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The Use of the Ear in Music and Its Importance

When learning an instrument for the first time there are numerous areas of musicality that are...
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Sigurd Rascher - History of the Saxophone

Sigurd Rascher (1907 - 2001) was a pioneer of the saxophone, bringing to life the sound and...
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Contemporary Specialism: Saxophone

Contemporary Specialism – Saxophone Expressive and Technical Resources of the Instrument  ...
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Knowing your audience and flexibility

As a classical saxophonist I believe that knowing your audience is vital. Considering the vast...

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  • Lisa Devlin Sydenham, SE26 Gold Member

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    Friendly and enthusiastic clarinet and alto sax teacher in South East London. My approach is tailored to each student's learning objectives - whether that's playing for fun or preparation for ABRSM exams - or maybe a bit of both! 100% pass rate.
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    London-based multi-instrumentalist and tutor.
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    My name is Rafael. I am an experienced saxophone/music theory teacher based in Edgbaston with convenient location for anywhere in West Midlands. I'm a patient and motivational tutor and I'm happy to teach childrens and adults of any age.
  • Josh Wakeham Central Southampton, SO14 Gold Member

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    Are you a beginner looking to pick up the saxophone for the first time? Are you coming back to the saxophone after years without playing? Are you an experienced player looking to explore improvisation? If so, I can help.
  • Damon Oliver Northfields, W13 Gold Member

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    I have been playing Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute professionally in London for four years whilst studying at the Royal College of Music. I endeavour to give my students the best tuition possible and aim to help them improve exponentially.
  • Max Johnson Clapham Common, SW4 Gold Member

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    Hello, My name is Max and I teach the Saxophone and Clarinet. If you want to learn either instrument with a relaxed and patient teacher don't hesitate to contact me. As a performer I have played at Ronnie Scotts and The Dorchester Hotel.
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  • Wilhelm Franz Ferling's Etudes

    Classical Saxophone Teacher (Oxford) Picture When learning an instrument, it is important that the student works on etudes as well as just pieces. One of the best sets of etudes for saxophone is: Wilhem Franz Ferling (Mule): 48 Studies op. 31 for all saxophones (Quarante-huit Etudes pour tour les saxophones de Ferling) I recommend these...
  • Sigurd Rascher - History of the Saxophone

    Saira Clegg Classical Saxophone Teacher (Stockport) Picture Sigurd Rascher (1907 - 2001) was a pioneer of the saxophone, bringing to life the sound and style that Adolph Sax wanted. Born in Germany, Rascher spent some time playing as a classical saxophone player in Berlin before moving to Scandinavia in the mid 1930s. Shortly after the outbreak of WW2...
  • Recommended Reading for the Sax

    Classical Saxophone Teacher (Manchester) Picture I would recommend reading 'Playing the Saxophone' by Rob Buckland and the corresponding YouTube clips. They really are fantastic!

 

  • Buying Your First Saxophone

    Classical Saxophone Teacher (Birmingham) Picture For anyone who is interested in learning the saxophone, choosing the right saxophone can be a difficult process. What saxophone should I buy? Is that saxophone right for me? Is it going to be good enough? When starting to learn the saxophone everyone recommends starting on Alto. This is due to...
  • Helpful Resources For The Saxophone

    Classical Saxophone Teacher (East Central London) Picture Here are a few recommendations in regards to saxophone books:Beginner (Grades 1-2): Andy Hampton: Saxophone BasicsIntermediate (Grades 3-5): Paul Harris: Improve Your Sight Reading Grades 3-5Advanced: (Grades 6-8): Paul Harris: Improve Your Sight Reading Grades 6-8
  • Buying A Saxophone

    Classical Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture Buying your first saxophone can be a daunting and confusing prospect. There are a lot of choices, and sometimes it is hard to make the right decision. The best thing to do is to go to a music shop and talk to someone who knows about saxophones! Don't buy a cheap one straight off ebay, as these...