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Suggested Reading for Sound Recording and Mixing

I have been teaching myself about music technology mostly by reading music magazines, using...
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Self-study for undergraduate music students

Self-study is the most important aspect of learning an instrument or academic subject. In a very...
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BBC Proms the new Glastonbury?

The BBC Proms is, I think, the grandfather of all festivals. I have attended various concerts in...
Key Stage 3 Music

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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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    I am a friendly and dynamic teacher with love of music at the heart of my teaching but I am not afraid to push my pupils. I try to teach in a way that leads my pupils to explore, take risks and develop their playing independently.
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    Hi! I'm a French horn player and teacher based in Manchester. Inspiring people to enjoy and make music is something I love to do. Please feel free to contact me no matter what age or standard.
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    I chose cello as my voice because it is the most natural instrument to communicate music - I will be happy to share my knowledge and experience with you to achieve the ability of expressing yourself using the closest sound to a human voice.
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    I am a composer, singer, producer, songwriter & sound designer with 10 years of experience in the ad & film world. I'm very sensitive to people's needs & I'm very diverse and patient in my approach to working with people & getting great results.
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    I am a professional freelance musician based in North West London. I am enthusiastic, friendly, and have helped many students achieve good results whether studying towards exams, auditions, or learning for fun.
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Music Articles

  • The role of emotions: The summarizing effect

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture The six different memories The six different memoriesThere are six different memories used by pianists to learn their pieces. The most used ones are five. These five are: The memory of the name of the notes The memory of how the music looks in the paper -photographic memory of the score. The...
  • Possibility and Creativity in Early Years

    Lewis Murphy Musicianship Teacher (South East London) Picture The seemingly infinite capacity of a child's imagination is something that most people take for granted. We have all at one point admired, or attempted to decipher, their strange and colourful drawings, or been moved by their improvised songs, and it is perhaps because of this natural creativity...
  • The Kodály Method

    Abi Hardiman Musicianship Teacher (South East London) Picture The Kodály method of teaching is the best I have come across so far. I was always put off by the dusty, non connected method of western teaching in schools. Reading notes is ideal for some, but can be incredibly daunting and sometimes very boring for others. By using solfége (do re mi fa so...

 

  • What is Music?: Music's role in quality education

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Musicianship Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture There is an hierarchy of subjects in school, with the STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths - at the top, languages, the Arts then Gym Class.  The question, "How would you get a job in that?", may steer student's away from subjects in which they are naturally more...
  • Encouraging Students to be themselves.

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Musicianship Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture My research is, "Was I taught that and did I listen?" Teachers have personalities. Students have personalities. Knowing how the Student prefers to learn, retains Student motivation. My subject is Music, yet all Teachers benefit from understanding personality. A Parent said - just...
  • The Benefit Of Practical Musicianship

    Alison Louise Musicianship Teacher (Tonbridge) Picture One of the most useful and under-utilised subjects for teaching musical instruments is that of practical musicianship. I discovered the ABRSM Practical Musicianship exams when a piano pupil chose to take one of these exams rather than a music theory exam. Unlike a music theory exam,this subject...