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Music Is So Much More Than A Listening Pleasure

I remember when I was about 12, my friends Paul and Gary, the twins from across the road were...
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Music Courses for String Players

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The Benefits of Studying Music

There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to...
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Classical Music Today And Why We Need it

I have always believed there is something in classical music for everyone. Western classical...

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  • Piano Sonatas - Analysis: Hybrid Themes

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Piano Sonatas - Analysis: Hybrid Themes Piano Sonatas - Analysis: Hybrid Themes OVERVIEW Music from the proper classical period can seem simple from the surface but there is a lot of complexity hidden in its formal depths. The hybrids are built up combining 5 of the functions used in the...
  • Making Music With Rough Sleepers

    Cleo Savva Music Workshops Teacher (South East London) Picture After spending almost a year running a music studio in the basement of a substance use homeless hostel in Westminster, I have realised the importance of the rebuilding of self confidence and self worth to the recovery of rough sleeping substance users. Rough sleepers are a group of people that...
  • Gabriele Piozzi: An Italian Musician In Wales

    Simone Laghi Chamber Music Coach (Cardiff) Picture Gabriele Piozzi lived for several years in England and Wales, working as a tenor singer, teacher and pianist. Piozzi arrived in England in 1776, and during his stay in the British Isles, he published six collections of works for keyboard, strings and voices. His public career was relatively...

 

  • Technical piano issues - forearm

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Forearm Movement Definition and structureThe forearm movement is made of two very distinct stages -its positive and its negative movements-. The negative movement becomes its most important compound as it is paradoxically the one that requires the muscles to be enacted.StructureNegative...
  • The Benefits Of Chamber Music

    Francesca Gilbert Chamber Music Coach (North London) Picture The practice of chamber music can be very beneficial to students of all ages. Not only is it one of the most enjoyable forms of music making, it also encourages excellent musical disciplines such as listening, human interaction and diplomacy. In addition to this, playing music with others helps...
  • Practice Makes Music Perfect

    Susanna Fairbairn Musicianship Teacher (Slough) Picture It's taken me a long time to figure out how to practise. At home, all on my lonesome, without my teacher. In my opinion, this subject is not broached enough in the classroom, music lesson, or college. Why is this, when it is one of the most important aspects to progressing as a musician? I...