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More Than One Way To Skin A Cat

There is always more than one way to skin a cat. A little boy came to see me two weeks ago for...
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10 Reasons To Learn A Musical Instrument?

1. Learn a new universally understood languageWherever you go in the world, if you meet a...
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Music Theory Advice

Music Theory seems daunting for us all at the beginning. However believe it or not it is one of...
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Analysing a Piece - The Magnificent Eight?

Analysing a piece of music can seem daunting at first, and it can be tempting to approach the...

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  • 10 Reasons To Learn A Musical Instrument?

    Yuval Shalson GCSE Music Tutor (Harrow) Picture 1. Learn a new universally understood languageWherever you go in the world, if you meet a musician you will have a common language. You don't need words to communicated when you can make music together. It's a privilege to learn a new language whilst also learning a new skill. 2. Improves...
  • From World Music to Opera!

    GCSE Music Tutor (South West London) Picture The GCSE Music Syllabus offers a vast variety of music to study, from world music to jazz, popular, classical, opera and baroque genres. This eclectic syllabus requires tuition from an open minded music educator who likes to listen to a variety of music. Just being classically trained is not...
  • Classical Music Terms Unravelled (or unRavel-ed) Editor's Pick

    GCSE Music Tutor (Bromley) Picture The terminology preferred by classical musicians is, on the whole, pretty blackly humorous. To classical music fans this may come as a surprise, as classical music’s image has never married with its reality. To the general public, orchestral players appear to be sedate, stiff-backed gents in...

 

  • Music Theory Advice

    Ian Mayes GCSE Music Tutor (Portsmouth) Picture Music Theory seems daunting for us all at the beginning. However believe it or not it is one of the most fun and rewarding aspects of music. Without music theory as a musician you will hit certain walls that you can not pass without learning even some basic theory. Some good books to read...
  • Garageband Composing Program

    GCSE Music Tutor (Brighton) Picture GarageBand is an excellent composing program. I have been using it for 3 years now and find that it is excellent for people of limited ability right through to GCSE and beyond. There are loops that you can click and drag to start your piece, maybe a drum beat or a baseline. Then you can plug in...
  • More Than One Way To Skin A Cat

    Joanne Armitage GCSE Music Tutor (Leeds) Picture There is always more than one way to skin a cat. A little boy came to see me two weeks ago for his piano lesson. This was only his sixth lesson and he had been making excellent progress. He was clearly musical, keen to learn and practising hard. His enthusiasm was such that he had been...