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Wider Music Listening

I feel it is really important when learning any instrument to listen to and absorb as much music...
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Learn an instrument: you'll never be lonely

You don't have to be a professional musician to enjoy the benefits of music-making with...
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Breathing for Woodwind Players

The playing of wind instruments, as the name suggests, is dependent on the use of and control of...
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Clarinet Fundamentals, by Reine Wehle

Reine Wehle, a most highly regarded orchestral clarinettist throughout Germany and professor at...

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    I am a professional sax and clarinet player with over 26 years experience of playing with orchestras, wind ensembles, jazz ensembles, function bands, and big bands.
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    I have been teaching since 1998. Originally I lived in Hampshire, and worked in this are and also in Dorset for many years as a peripatetic instrumental teacher before moving to Herts in 2003.
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  • The Importance Of Mindful Music Listening Editor's Pick

    Aidan Pearson Clarinet Teacher (East London) Picture At a time where music is abundantly available at the click of a button it has never been easier to immerse ourselves in a wide range of genres and to develop our listening skills as musicians. But how much attention do we really pay to the sounds being played out to us? If ‘listening’ were...
  • Always music – never just notes

    Patrick Davies Clarinet Teacher (South West London) Picture There is  a big difference between performing a piece of music, and just playing the notes printed on the page. We as musicians need constantly to be aware of this – from the day we first pick up the music to the day we are playing it from memory for the twentieth time: a composer notates...
  • Wider Music Listening Editor's Pick

    Daniel Czwartos Clarinet Teacher (South West London) Picture I feel it is really important when learning any instrument to listen to and absorb as much music as possible, across many genres and styles. There are several reasons for this, firstly as wind players we have a very wide range of sounds and colours available to us and ideally we want to have a...

 

  • Slow Practising

    Baldvin Tryggvason Clarinet Teacher (North West London) Picture Slow practising is the key to gaining perfect control over your instrument. This works for any instrument. It allows your fingers to achieve even and controlled movement. At first, slow practising is the worst. It's time consuming and it's hard to keep focus throughout your practice. You might...
  • 'Music To Me'

    Natalie Tompkins Clarinet Teacher (Watford) Picture This was written a little over 5 years ago by me. I had to write a blog whilst completing my teaching degree which would eventually help me write my own philosophy on Music Education. It's a little colloquial and by no means academic, but whilst reminiscing over it it felt like just the piece of...
  • Importance of versatility in woodwind playing Editor's Pick

    Damon Oliver Clarinet Teacher (West London) Picture In the current world of music it is becoming more and more apparent just how important it is to be a versatile musician. It is of paramount importance to study and understand as many genres of music as possible, including the modern genres of today as well as learning the history of more...