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How to Listen

When was the last time you listened to music? I mean, really listened? In our contemporary urban...
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Practise the classical guitar tremolo

I'm sure many of you will have heard the beautiful guitar piece by Tarrega entitled Recuerdos...
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The Importance of Listening

We, as musicians, need to spend many hours practicing our instruments and developing our...
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Are graded examinations essential?

Graded instrumental exams provide a stable learning process for a lot of pupils. The carefully...

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    I am Vinnie and I love music. Sharing my passion with my students is very rewarding. I have a MA, 10 years experience of teaching and am a very active musician. Most of my students reach a distinction in their grade exams :-) I also like lemon cake.
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    Hi, I am a London based Guitar Teacher, Session musician and Artist. It would be an honour to teach you Guitar. I have been playing since I was 13 when I took guitar lessons for a few years and I have been playing ever since!
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    Hi! My name is Adam and I am a guitarist with over 20 years playing and recording experience. I am a patient and enthusiastic teacher with a passion for music, learning and teaching.
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    Hello, my name is Ian and I am a guitar teacher offering one to one lessons in Chichester. I use up to date teaching methods, using the songs you want to play as a way of learning. The guitar is a fun experience that everyone should be able to enjoy!
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    Welcome to my profile! If you like the guitar and want to learn how to play it from a professional musician, then you came to the right place! For more information about my music project, please visit my website.
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    I believe that, as a teacher, my role, is to nurture a passion for music in my pupils. Together we can achieve an excellent standard of music making together, with solid technique, passionate musicianship and a hard work ethic.
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  • Body mapping in guitar playing

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture Body Mapping The following is a brief introduction to Body Mapping. Without illustrations and videos it is difficult to give many examples, but future articles could elaborate on this. Body mapping is a new concept in music education and with few practitioners in the UK still relatively...
  • Reasons Why You Don't Progress and How You Can

    Classical Guitar Teacher (North West London) Picture Are you Struggling with your Guitar Playing? Are you bored always playing the same songs? Do you want to improve quickly but you don't know how? Are you a beginner and want to start playing and have fun from the first lesson? Are you a Med - Advanced Guitar Player looking to improve a...
  • RSI, the musician's enemy, and how to deal with it Editor's Pick

    Classical Guitar Teacher (North London) Picture RSI. Three letters that can send shivers down any musician's spine. An affliction that can cause slight problems to your playing or can stop you from playing music altogether. A scary thought for those that live, breathe and can't think of anything else they'd rather do or could possibly do. It...


  • 'The Bible' - Frederick Noad's Solo Guitar Playing

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Derby) Picture Frederick M Noad, Solo Guitar Playing, Book 1 This book is quite simply, The Bible, when it comes to learning classical guitar. I learned from this book as have untold thousands of other students young and old alike. It gives a terrific grounding from the very basics, starting out to advanced...
  • Teaching the Fundamentals of Fingerstyle Guitar

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Cardiff) Picture   Teaching the Fundamentals of Fingerstyle Guitar     Many musicians perceive teaching the fundamentals of a musical instrument to consist of making students read black dots on lines, and learning the technique of a well matured player of high standard.  The truth is, for instance, when...
  • Why play scales and arpeggios? Editor's Pick

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Birmingham) Picture To many students, scales and arpeggios are seen as a chore; the boring bit before playing something more interesting, or just a necessity for an exam.  This would be entirely missing the point! Warming up In the same way as footballers will stretch their muscles to warm up before playing a...