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"The Music Lesson" by Victor Wooten

There's a saying that states "when the student is ready, the teacher appears". And so it was...
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Musical Ability & Musical Intelligence

The following is the abstract from an article I originally wrote in the British Journal of Music...
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Some Thoughts On Teaching

In the current educational climate in England there seems to be an emphasis on results....
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For all who play an instrument or sing

Harmony is not difficult if approached with an open mindset. If your composition does not sound...

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  • The role of emotions: The summarizing effect

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture The six different memories The six different memoriesThere are six different memories used by pianists to learn their pieces. The most used ones are five. These five are: The memory of the name of the notes The memory of how the music looks in the paper -photographic memory of the score. The...
  • Organising your piano practising

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Organising your piano practising remains the most critical challenge for any pianist. Practising music can prove to be a somewhat subjective matter. How should we practise? How long should we spend on scales? How to approach new the preparation of a new piece?   Setting up goals for our day is...
  • PIANO PRACTISING: HOW TO PRACTISE MORE EFFICIENTL

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture PIANO PRACTISING: HOW TO PRACTISE MORE EFFICIENTLY Not performing for long time-spams can prove to be detrimental to our artistic abilities. To be honest lacking time for practice is the worst enemy of any kind performer. Reaching the momentum once again can prove to be both very tedious and a...

 

  • Complete Piano Learning Cycle

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Complete Piano Learning Cycle It is not unusual to see how piano teachers misjudge the way they should approach tutoring piano beginners. There are three possible different results a teacher can obtain from teaching a piano beginner: The student can become a concert pianist The student can...
  • Some Thoughts On Teaching

    Ed Morris A-level Music Tutor (North London) Picture In the current educational climate in England there seems to be an emphasis on results. Standards. League tables. I totally understand the need to maintain high quality learning and teaching. The thing is...where is the fun, the excitement, the SPACE to really explore what you are learning?...
  • "The Music Lesson" by Victor Wooten

    Claire H A-level Music Tutor (Birmingham) Picture There's a saying that states "when the student is ready, the teacher appears". And so it was that Victor Wooten met the eccentric, mysterious, but to my mind endearing, Michael. Wooten was a young bassist in Nashville who wanted music to be his life, but was struggling with a number of issues...