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Saxophone: The Versatile Singer

The saxophone is a fascinating and exciting instrument with a variety of roles to fill in...
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Adolphe Sax 1814-1894

It is believed that the first step towards the invention of the saxophone was when Antoine...
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Music: Hidden Benefits Above and Beyond the Sound

Most people love some music whether listening or playing and whether classical, pop, jazz, rock...
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Hot Tips for Playing Single Reed Instruments

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  • Adam Summers MMus Chorlton, M21 Gold Member

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    Hello. My name is Adam and I have been an avid music lover my entire life. I am am passionate music teacher with 10 years experience. I hope to answer any questions you have below but please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have any.
  • Theo Travis Finchley Central, N3

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    Hello. I am an experienced Flute/ Saxophone and Music Theory teacher based in Finchley, North London, offering one-to-one lessons in classical/ jazz to students from total beginner to post Grade 8. All ages are welcome above 8 years old.
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    I am currently studying a Master of Performance in Clarinet at the Royal College of Music in London. Before this I studied in Barcelona (Spain) with Joan Enric Lluna, one of todays leading clarinetists. I have been teaching for about 6 years now.
  • Lewis Borland West Greenwich, SE8 Gold Member

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    Im a highly experienced performer and player but also an experienced and passionate educator wanting to pass on my knowledge in a fun and enjoyable way!
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    An experienced musician across classical and jazz music, I take pride in catering lessons to the individual and their personal aspirations - as well as always keeping music fun!
  • Michael Pearce West Greenwich, SE13 Gold Member

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    Clarinet, Saxophone & Music Theory Teacher based in Central / SE London. Masters graduate of Royal Academy of Music. Take a look at my profile and feel free to get in touch!
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  • Analysing Saxophone Solos

    Tom Barford Saxophone Teacher (East London) Picture Transcribing an improvised solo is great for ear training, gaining harmonic knowlege, learning about phrasing, the pacing of a solo, interation with the rhythm section and for many other things too, so I thought I'd use this article to compare Joel Frahm's solo on "I Mean You - Live at Smalls"...
  • The Sound of the Saxophone

    Alice Leggett Saxophone Teacher (North West London) Picture What's the first thing you hear when someone speaks? It will always be their voice. Then after that, you (subconsciously) focus on their choice of words, pronunciation, language, phrasing etc. I believe that the exact same thing applies to any musical instrument, which means that the sound and...
  • A Funny Fable: The Smiling Organism Story

    Evgeny Strigalev Saxophone Teacher (West Central London) Picture Once upon a time there was a plastic table in the middle of my room. Then the dog jumped on it and started barking. It barked because it was happy to be on that table. Then 4 people came and asked the dog to jump off the table. The dog didn't move. They started shouting at the dog. The dog...

 

  • Breathing With The Saxophone

    David Ingham Saxophone Teacher (Norwich) Picture If I asked you to describe, 'How do you breathe?' would you be able to? It is something we do automatically thousands of times a day, so why should we think about it? It is essential to start to cultivate a good technique from the very first lesson. Bad habits can make playing a musical...
  • Saxophone: The Versatile Singer Editor's Pick

    Daniel Ehrlich Saxophone Teacher (North London) Picture The saxophone is a fascinating and exciting instrument with a variety of roles to fill in musical ensembles. It can be a lead voice in a jazz combo, part of a thick saxophone section in a big band, the main texture in hip-hop, a classical concerto soloist, or in chamber music settings. The...
  • Saxophone Sound Production

    Lewis Borland Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture This is an area of the saxophone I have lots of interest in and am always trying to enrich myself with more information about it. I find this method the most interesting:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAuTOifbalA The main principles for a good saxophone embouchure and for a good sound...