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The importance of singing for ear training

Through my teaching and playing experience, I have come to the conclusion that ear training is a...
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Learning to practise

One of the most fantastic experiences I've had with relation to my musical career has been...
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Sight Reading Tips

Sight reading should not be a daunting prospect if you get used to following the checklist in...
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Practice Recommendations

Practising a little and often is better and easier than trying to do a few long practices. Try...

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    I am a professional Trombonist with 6 years of experience teaching brass privately, in schools and for Hounslow Music Trust. My lessons aim to inspire and motivate students to reach their full potential in a relaxed environment.
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    Hello and a warm welcome to my page. I am an experienced teacher of all brass instruments, theory and academic music lessons, teaching students of all ages and abilities.
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    Hi! I am a freelance musician and teacher, specialising in trumpet and cornet. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me!
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  • 4 Point playing/practice plan

    Cornet Teacher (East London) Picture Breathing: Good breath control is the most important part of all types of brass playing, it contributes towards a players tone, range and clarity. Tonguing: Having a clear production to the start of every note is essential, there are three different types of tonguing, these are; single double...
  • Learning to practise

    Heather Fury Cornet Teacher (Northampton) Picture One of the most fantastic experiences I've had with relation to my musical career has been studying at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki for one term. There I learnt one of the most useful things I could have; how to practise well. I think that in 12 years of playing the cornet it was only until...
  • The enjoyement of the instrument

    Cornet Teacher (Sheffield) Picture I have been a player, teacher and conductor now for many years and I still feel a huge sense of achievement when a pupil achieves a set goal or ambition. I have always to set out and recreate what I had as a player / performer and that was a fun and stimulating learning environment. Without...

 

  • The importance of singing for ear training Editor's Pick

    Rowan Porteous Cornet Teacher (Gloucester) Picture Through my teaching and playing experience, I have come to the conclusion that ear training is a good three quarters of what makes a good musician. I often find that when a student has a problem with a particular phrase or section of music, it is not so much a technical problem with the...
  • Sight Reading Tips Editor's Pick

    Cornet Teacher (Inverness) Picture Sight reading should not be a daunting prospect if you get used to following the checklist in the order below. Do one sight reading exercise every day and you will soon become much more confident in tackling music without the help of your teacher. SIGHT READING CHECKLIST Tackle sight reading in...
  • Practice Recommendations

    Cornet Teacher (Croydon) Picture Practising a little and often is better and easier than trying to do a few long practices. Try to get in to a routine where you can set aside some time at the same time every day and stick with it!