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Clarinet Breathing For Beginners

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Learn an instrument: you'll never be lonely

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The Importance Of Mindful Music Listening

At a time where music is abundantly available at the click of a button it has never been easier...
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Motivation, And Playing The Music, Not The Notes!

This article is about two things: 1, motivation; 2, playing the music (not the notes)....

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    I love meeting and building a rapport with new students. Each person is so different in their experiences and outlook, so I find it incredibly enriching to be able to meet each student at their level and work together to move forward.
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    I am an experienced Music teacher with professional performance experience who can employ a variety of learning strategies in order to help you succeed. I can teach and coach you for exams, or purely for your own enjoyment. The choice is yours.
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    A big hello to all clarinet and saxophone enthusiasts.
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    I am a Nottingham and Derby based musician and teacher for both Clarinet and Saxophone. I perform regularly all over the region and have a private teaching practice. I can tailor your lessons to suit your needs, location and availability.
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    I am a freelance trombonist with lots of enthusiasm for performance and teaching. With lots of experience, I intend to pass on the qualities I've learnt throughout the years onto all my students and ensure they enjoy making music.
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  • Motivation, And Playing The Music, Not The Notes!

    Robert Hamer Clarinet Teacher (Twickenham) Picture This article is about two things: 1, motivation; 2, playing the music (not the notes). Motivation One of my first teaching posts was as a peripatetic teacher in a Convent in Berkshire in the late 1970s. On my first day a 13-year-old student Judith (name changed for reasons of confidentiality)...
  • Gaining Confidence With The Clarinet

    Jasmine Tipper Clarinet Teacher (Croydon) Picture Between the ages of 8 and 10, these are probably the most difficult years to start a wind instrument, other than recorder. At first, we all think it's impossible, but if we have someone to keep pushing and encouraging us to get past that first barrier then we might just make it. That's where...
  • The Clarinet

    Nelson SS Clarinet Teacher (North West London) Picture The clarinet is a member of the woodwind family. Made of Grenadilla or Coccobolo wood the cyclintrical instrument produces a sound by vibrating the reed on the mouthpiece which happens when one blows air into the instrument. Invented around 1690 the instrument didn't become well known until...

 

  • It's Okay..

    Samantha Christopher Clarinet Teacher (Colchester) Picture ears, streaming down my face; so many tears. As an eight-year-old, trying to overcome one of the most difficult challenges of clarinet playing, I could not imagine ever being able to get past 'the break'; it seemed impossible. I would try and try, but nothing except squeaks would ever come...
  • Brahms' Clarinet Quintet

    Charlie Dale-Harris Clarinet Teacher (St Albans) Picture After Brahms finished his second string quintet aged 57 there was a period when he struggled for creativity; his efforts to compose more symphonies and other works had failed. It was the clarinetist of the Meiningen Court Orchestra, Richard Muhlfeld, who changed this. After hearing him, Brahms...
  • Clarinet Reed Adjustments For Beginners

    Leslie Craven Hons ARCM Clarinet Teacher (Newport) Picture This is an extract from the method in my book "Instant Help for playing and teaching The Clarinet" available as a download from my website www.lesliecraven.co.uk where the ATG system, the worlds simplest and best selling method for making these adjustments can be purchased. The ATG is also...