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The Mozart Horn Concertos

As horn players, the Mozart horn concertos are the bread and butter, and an essential part of...
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A Mindful Approach to Playing the French Horn

Have you ever felt frustrated after a long practice session where things just seemed to get...
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French Horns and Film Music

The horn is often referred to as an "endangered species," meaning it is not a popular choice of...
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Breathing in Brass Playing

A discussion of some of the causes of bad breathing techniques/habits in brass playing. The...

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  • Dave Kendall High Wycombe, HP12 Gold Member

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    Whether you're a child or adult wanting to work toward exams, improve technique, add to your repertoire or simply take up a new instrument, I can provide you with fun and rewarding lessons!
  • Nicole Linning Fallowfield, M14 Gold Member

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    I am an enthusiastic and encouraging brass teacher who is extremely passionate about music and expanding people's musical knowledge. Please get in touch if you would like to learn.
  • David Pitts Gloucester Road, SW7

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    I am a freelance classical trombonist and teacher of all brass instruments.
  • Avelia Moisey Wing, LU7

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    Hello! I am a professional trumpet player with many years' teaching experience and enjoy helping students of all ages to learn from scratch &/or improve.
  • Sam Yates Rainhill, L35 Gold Member

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    Hi. I am a Horn player and teacher based in Rainhill, Prescot. I teach all brass instruments, piano and music theory. I teach at my home and I travel to most areas within the Liverpool and Greater Manchester areas plus further afield.
  • Ryan Hume Blackheath, SE3 Gold Member

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    I am a professional musician based in South East London who teaches and performs regularly as a trombonist. I am a young and enthusiastic educator who enjoys teaching students of all ages and abilities reach their musical goals.
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  • 'The Art of French Horn Playing' Phillip Farkas

    Huw Jenkins French Horn Teacher (South West London) Picture I recommend 'The Art of French Horn Playing' by Phillip Farkas. It is essential reading for any students of the French Horn. As relevant now as in the age it was written.
  • Beginner Brass: Where to begin?

    Fiona Bassett Brass Tutor French Horn Teacher (Cardiff) Picture Starting a brass instrument can be both exciting and daunting. To help you along your way I've added some links some useful books to explore which can aid your 1:1 lessons. My first recommendation is 'TEAM BRASS', a selection of books for either treble clef or bass clef brass instruments (I...
  • The Mozart Horn Concertos Editor's Pick

    Timothy Doyle French Horn Teacher (North West London) Picture As horn players, the Mozart horn concertos are the bread and butter, and an essential part of our repertoire. The Concerti were written for Mozart’s friend and horn player, Joseph Leutgeb. The works are very difficult to perform on the natural horn of the period, requiring lip trills, much...

 

  • Best Seat in the House: Horn Bumping Explained Editor's Pick

    French Horn Teacher (North London) Picture Bumper Horn: As the Horn Fellow, this is a role I’ve often assumed when playing with the Sydney Symphony this year. I wonder from time to time what audiences think I’m doing, sitting at the front of the horn section, yet hardly ever playing. Even other musicians will ask me what this role really...
  • Beginning to play a brass instrument

    Helena Jacklin French Horn Teacher (South West London) Picture First of all, you need an instrument! If you are still in school the music department may have an instrument that they would be able to lend you, so it is really worth asking first! For those that aren't in school or whose music department is not equipped, it is always worth googling second hand...
  • Listening to a variety of music

    French Horn Teacher (North London) Picture I thought I would write about my listening interests, since I don't think anyone should be afraid to be truthful about what sort of music they like listening to! Even though my degree at Guildhall is classically-based, I have never listened to that much classical music. As a horn player I am...