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What is the point of being a musician?

If you suffer from pre-show nerves, like so many other performers, you might benefit from asking...
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Dalcroze: Supporting Instrumental Learning

Emile Jaques-Dalcroze initially achieved fame as a composer. He was of French Swiss origin and...
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Emile Jaques-Dalcroze - extract

Emile Jaques-Dalcroze   Emile Jaques was born in Vienna in 1865 of French-Swiss parents...
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An Introduction to the Kodály Method

The Kodály method is a child centred approach to learning music. It has three essential...

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    I teach piano, theory, music history, music appreciation, vocal and chamber music coaching and accompanying.
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    I offer friendly and informed tuition, with a background both of academic music (BA from Cambridge) and performance (Masters from Trinity Laban Conservatoire) and eight years' teaching experience in schools and privately.
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    I always expose my students to the most efficient methods of teaching I have experienced. I believe that no matter how advanced you are, the main goal is to find clever solutions to technical challenges so they don't affect your joy of music making.
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  • What to Listen For in Music

    Anthony Esland Musicianship Teacher (Hemel Hempstead) Picture A book that might help the intermediate student understand music a little better is Aaron Copland's 'What to Listen For in Music', published by Signet Classics. It's a wonderful insight into classical music by a master composer of the 20th century and is written in an approachable, easy-going...
  • Importance Of Supporting A Student’s Creativity

    Janet Grab Musicianship Teacher (North West London) Picture On the importance of supporting a student’s creativity in musical interpretation. Victor Hugo, one of the best-known French writers once stated, “music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” At first glance, maybe only few people will deny this....
  • Stage Fright and Music Making

    MMus & MA Yannis Manolis Musicianship Teacher (East London) Picture Prepare for a performance! The time has come! You have practised your score, you polished your shoes, you are so happy to perform!! But something is wrong? We all can recognise stage fright! The feeling of frozen hands, of trembling feet and dry mouth. Can we live without it? Even the greatest...

 

  • A Tailored Music Education

    Aidan Glover Musicianship Teacher (South East London) Picture I remember as a seven year old, asking my parents if I could learn the violin. A peripatetic teacher had performed in our school assembly and about 8 pupils from my class signed up. After two terms there were only two of us left attending the lessons. What happened to the other 6 kids who were...
  • Musicianship According To The Kodaly Approach

    Maggie Boyd Musicianship Teacher (North London) Picture History of the Kodaly “method”The Kodaly (method) is really a music teaching approach which was originated in Hungary by a composer called Zoltan Kodaly, who was best friends with Bartok. They were collecting folk song material from their Hungarian compatriots while the European wars were...
  • Online Lessons.

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Musicianship Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture Online Lessons I am sitting comfortably, at home, with my computer.  It's how we all live.  Isn't it?  What you are looking for is a comfortable environment and a friendly teacher.  Online lessons provide both of those.   I have been teaching online since I was on teaching practise.  My...