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Do You Really Know What You Are Practising?

Do you really know what you are practising? We all know that we have to practise in order to be...
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'Authenticity' in historical musical performance

You may say that I am a little bit biased when it comes to discussing rhetorical dialects and...
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Introduction to the Blues

Many people who listen to popular music nowadays do not realise exactly where the music comes...
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Learn Music Like a Language

Imagine you want to learn Spanish. You go to a teacher, and in the first lesson they teach you...

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  • Piano Book Recommendations For Beginners Editor's Pick

    Cathy Hawley Classical Piano Teacher (Stoke-on-Trent) Picture In order to play an instrument well, it is important to build a good foundation for the student's learning, ensuring that they fully understand the fundamentals of music and their instrument before they progress to more advanced material. Therefore, choosing the right book for a beginner is...
  • How To Learn The Piano?

    Havilland Willshire Classical Piano Teacher (Gloucester) Picture Playing the piano is fun. Hard work too, but nothing is achieved without that. The fascination of those black and white keys, when once the fingers know where to go produce such interesting sounds, can last a lifetime. For most players it is best to learn music you know you will enjoy, and from...
  • The ability to play a musical instrument

    Penny Mackay Harrison Classical Piano Teacher (Ipswich) Picture The ability to play a musical instrument is one of the most precious skills to have and to share with others. No matter at what age one begins to learn, the benefits are immense. A regular commitment to practice is incorporated in one's daily routine and soon practice on the chosen musical...

 

  • Playing The Piano Is For A Lifetime

    Jill Crooks Classical Piano Teacher (Derby) Picture Learning the piano can really be successful at any age, from the 3 year old to say for instance my eldest student is 79 years. A love of music begins with relaxed but organised and study based lessons. For young children the basics have to be precise, gently explained and steady progress begins....
  • Eurovision 2017: "A victory for music"?

    Dr Jonathan Walker Jazz Piano Teacher (North West London) Picture The Eurovision Song Contest exerts a strange fascination, even though the songs are usually formulaic and empty at best, and many are a penance to endure, but each country's offering is decked out in flashing lights, given overblown arrangements, elaborate costumes and frantic dance routines,...
  • The 'One Week' Challenge

    Classical Piano Teacher (Colchester) Picture A week is a very long period of time; in that span, any number of things can happen. Interestingly, it can take one-week for a young plant to sprout a single-leaf. It can also take about four weeks for a newly hatched caterpillar to transform into a butterfly, spending approximately one week at...