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How Do I Practise Percussion Without Drums?

This is one of the most commonly used phrases by my pupils when I ask them if they've practised...
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Paradiddle Exercises

Paradiddles are valuable rudiments as they improve your sticking dexterity and help to solve...
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Percussion Ensemble for Young Players

No matter how you look at it, making music is a social activity. While practising may be a...
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Bored of playing on your own? Practise in pairs

Are you bored playing on your own? Do you wish practice was more fun? Then find a friend to play...

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  • Tom Daley Charlton Park, SE7 Gold Member

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    I am a freelance Percussionist, Educator, Timpanist and kit player based in London. I have a broad industry experience including orchestral (English National Opera), recording/film (Abbey Road, Maida Vale), world/jazz and pop/function music.
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    I'm a freelance music teacher and drummer/tuba player with 20 years experience and knowledge that I'd love to share with you. Get in contact - I promise you won't regret it!
  • Joshua Blackmore Central Cambridge, CB1 Gold Member

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    I am visiting Drum professor at the Royal Welsh College Of Music & The Westminster School. With 9 years experience teaching in state & private sector schools, I offer an all rounded and fun drum education with a clear focus on technique.
  • Paul Wood Central Cheltenham, GL51

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    I am an enthusiastic and committed teacher with many years of experience teaching a range of children and young adults from both primary and secondary schools to pupils studying at Sixth Form College, Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.
  • Nora West Greenwich, SE10

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    Hi, I'm Nora, a German and percussion/drums/Marimba teacher from Austria.
  • Angela Hui Holborn, WC1R Gold Member

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    I am a very passionate person and I enjoy teaching and music-making very much. I can teach all ages and levels on percussion. Please feel free to get in contact and discuss with me your aspirations in Music and Percussion!
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  • How Do I Practise Percussion Without Drums?

    Tom Daley Classical Percussion Teacher (South East London) Picture This is one of the most commonly used phrases by my pupils when I ask them if they've practised this week. As a young boy and first starting out I only had access to a drum kit at home, but every week at my lessons I'd get to play on instruments such as the timpani, marimba and vibraphone....
  • Percussion, pitch and musicianship

    Classical Percussion Teacher (South West London) Picture Coming from a family of musicians in South Wales, I have been in an amazing position where music has been all around me my whole life. Many people believe the most naturally talented musicians come from backgrounds like mine but I don't think this has to be the case. In my family I have...
  • Best Percussion Books To Purchase

    Classical Percussion Teacher (West London) Picture I have written a short bibliography of percussion books that I believe are useful towards helping your playing. Tuned PercussionGeorge Hamilton Green - Instruction Course for Xylophone - Very good for two mallet playing. Think about getting the xylophone solos as well if you are a more advanced...

 

  • Learning a Musical Instrument

    Classical Percussion Teacher (Paisley) Picture Learning an instrument should be fun, but students should also be aware of the hard work they need to put in to get the best out of learning an instrument. Even if students don't aspire to be an orchestral player, learning orchestral repertoire allows for their technique and technical...
  • Percussion Ensemble for Young Players Editor's Pick

    Classical Percussion Teacher (South East London) Picture No matter how you look at it, making music is a social activity. While practising may be a solitary undertaking, we do it so that ultimately we might get the chance to play with and for other people in an orchestra, pub session or any of the innumerable settings that call for what the famed...
  • Bored of playing on your own? Practise in pairs

    Classical Percussion Teacher (Birmingham) Picture Are you bored playing on your own? Do you wish practice was more fun? Then find a friend to play duets with and help each other enjoy playing once more. Not only does playing with others increase all round performance skills (sight reading, blending of sounds, increased playing sensitivity) it...