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A Level Music: Achieving Your Potential

Most A Level courses involve combinations of the following: history/analysis; aural/ listening;...
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Piano lessons London at WKMT - Memorization Proce

Piano lessons London at WKMT 31.08.2016 - These steps summarize the entire memorization process...
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Please see my trumpet teaching article.

I am now focused on teaching trumpet and other brass instruments only. Please see my article for...
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Sequence for Violin and Piano by JJR

This month I was challenged to write a piece for violin and piano in just four days... When I...

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    A holistic approach to music-making is key: aural and theory are used to develop rounded flute playing, and importance is placed on context - seeing beyond the score. Lessons are fun and informal and students are encouraged to set their own goals.
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    "Without music, life would be a mistake." - Friedrich Nietzsche Lessons are available in English or German
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    I'm as passionate about teaching music as I am about playing and composing it. I hope to share that passion with you!
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    I am a highly trained professional vocalist and teacher based in South East London. I'm a passionate teacher and teach across any age range. Whether you're looking to improve your skills for fun or to pass exams, I can help!
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    I am a highly experienced music teacher, pianist and composer working in London. I enjoy teaching music to people of all ages and finding new approaches for each student. I have a 100% pass rate for all students entered into ABRSM exams.
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  • Sequence for Violin and Piano by JJR

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture This month I was challenged to write a piece for violin and piano in just four days... When I say four days, I mean finished, reviewed and score-handed in four days. This piece was meant to be the core of my lecture about composition technique. I will be premiering my piece together with my...
  • Please see my trumpet teaching article.

    Sounds Musical A-level Music Tutor (Twickenham) Picture I am now focused on teaching trumpet and other brass instruments only. Please see my article for trumpet teaching 
  • Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato 1st movement Summary This is an early work which already depicts the traditional sonata form. With irregularly sized phrases and a long episode separating them in the exposition, it succeeds to exhibit an appropriate but particular presentation shape....

 

  • Piano lessons London at WKMT - Memorization Proce

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Piano lessons London at WKMT 31.08.2016 - These steps summarize the entire memorization process as explained by Sebastian Colombo many years ago. He learnt it from Maria Rosa Oubinia de Castro, former student of Maestro Vicente Scaramuzza.   This process is aimed to strengthen all the different...
  • 'Thematic Connection' in Webern's Op. 6 no. 4

    A-level Music Tutor (North London) Picture …[A] thematic connection does not exist, not even within the individual pieces. I consciously avoided such connections, since I was aiming at an always changing mode of expression. The above comment on Webern’s Op. 6 orchestral set comes from a performance note written by the composer in...
  • Confidence with the listening paper! Editor's Pick

    A-level Music Tutor (Newport) Picture Pupils often find the listening paper the hardest part of the course and, as it is worth 40% of the final mark, doing well on it is important. No one knows about every style and genre so there will be some areas which are new and challenging. However, these two ideas will help: 1. Listen to the...