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How to be a successful sax student

The best student is the one who is able to be his own teacher and learn from his own...

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The Talent Code by Danny Coyle

Here's my book recommendation: The Talent Code by Danny Coyle I advise all students, teachers,...

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Hot Tips for Playing Single Reed Instruments

Greetings to all woodwind players! I'd like to share with you a little known fact about single...

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The Art of Practice

At every stage of musical education, from the first moment we pick up an instrument to the end...

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  • David Zucchi Putney, SW15 Gold Member

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    I have a great deal of experience teaching a variety of styles and instruments. Whether you are new to your instrument and music in general, preparing for examinations, or just playing for fun, I will work with you to achieve your goals!
  • Jac Jones Walthamstow, E17

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    I have over 15 years teaching in schools and privately,. As an active performer i bring this experience to encourage pupils to engage and prepare in all areas of performing, and have successfully prepared pupils for graded exams through to grade 8.
  • James Marsh Highgate, N6 Gold Member

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    I am saxophone teacher from Highgate and an Alexander Technique teacher teaching in central London and Highgate
  • Robbie Fearon Moseley, B13 Gold Member

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    I am a freelance musician and B(Mus) Hons Jazz graduate teaching Clarinet, Saxophone and Music Theory in Birmingham. I can teach ABRSM grades as well as in a variety of musical styles. I teach all ages and abilities with enthusiasm and understanding.
  • Emily Jones Central Brighton, BN1 Silver Member

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    I am an highly experience Flute teacher based in Brighton. I am also a qualified primary school teacher.
  • Samuel Evans Plumstead, SE18 Gold Member

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    London-based multi-instrumentalist and tutor.
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Saxophone Articles

  • Cutting down the amount of information

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture When first practicing scales i find students always have problems with the amount of information they can take in. I have learnt from other teachers to lessen the amount of information by splitting scales into bitesize chunks. The simplest way to do this is to chop a scale in half. If we are in...
  • Getting Into Good Habits on the Sax

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture I believe the most effective way to learn an instrument is to keep good habits when practising. If students hold good habits from the beginning their progression will be much more efficient. One way to achieve this is to always play the Saxophone with a very strong and full sound. Every time you...
  • Music Exam Nerves Editor's Pick

    Richard Mulhearn Saxophone Teacher (Paisley) Picture It's quite natural to feel some nervousness before an exam or a performance. It proves that playing music means a great deal to you and that you're aware of the challenge that you are about to face. Start thinking of this nervousness as a positive emotion.... easier said than done perhaps, but...


  • What's Your Story? Part One: Sound Editor's Pick

    Saxophone Teacher (Twickenham) Picture WHAT'S YOUR STORY? PART ONE :SOUND Making a sound with your saxophone which pleases you is the first, and probably the most important, step in your journey into the world of jazz improvisation. Without it, you end up fighting every note you play, so that the flow of notes formulating your...
  • Starting out on the Sax

    Saxophone Teacher (Brighton) Picture When students come to me I really only ever make one suggestion. Come with a song that you want to learn. It can be daunting, when first starting out, to see how you're ever going to make this complicated piece of plumbing ever make a sound, let alone one that sounds musical. Having a goal is...
  • On becoming a Musician

    Eddie Croft Saxophone Teacher (Liverpool) Picture The first thing to remember on becoming a musician is that you already are one.  It's not a matter of collecting something from outside of yourself; it's a matter of letting go of what might be in the way. You need time and space. Then breath slowly in and out and the music will come. It's been...