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A Jazz Life

Dear All, As we are all aspiring to be the best teachers, students, people we can be I would...

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Music Exam Nerves

It's quite natural to feel some nervousness before an exam or a performance. It proves that...

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Developing a Good Sound

Having a great sound is one of the most important assets of a good sax player. The best way to...

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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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  • Samuel Evans Plumstead, SE18 Gold Member

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    London-based multi-instrumentalist and tutor.
  • Alice Leggett Harlesden, NW10 Gold Member

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    I am a passionate and experienced saxophone teacher who has honed a highly efficient and patient approach to music instruction. I am motivated and pro-active and enjoy working with people to reach their goals.
  • 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.
  • David Ingham Central Norwich, NR2 Gold Member

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    I like to teach in a relaxed,informal atmosphere, in which a student can enjoy the learning process through creativity, acquiring the correct technique to develop musically.
  • Greg Hearle Central Brighton, BN1 Gold Member

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    I am an experienced and enthusiastic teacher who is committed to bringing enjoyable learning to people of all ages and abilities. Whether you wish to play in a group or tackle graded examinations, I believe everyone can benefit from music.
  • Andy Hooley Central Horsham, RH12

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    I am a professional sax and clarinet player with over 26 years experience of playing with orchestras, wind ensembles, jazz ensembles, function bands, and big bands.
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  • Reviews of Saxophone Tutor Books

    Neil McGovern Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture Review of Learn As You Play Saxophone – Peter Wastall Method book 2012 edition  Peter Wastall’s beginner saxophone book to my mind has many strengths.  It explains many aspects of musical notation clearly and precisely.  In particular, there are very clear diagrams of beats and note...
  • Saxophone Students With Asthma

    Saxophone Teacher (Stockport) Picture Learning to play the saxophone is a very rewarding experience for children. For children who have asthma, learning to play the saxophone will benefit them a lot like it benefited me with my asthma. You find you are able to breathe more easily and have a stronger support system to the breathing...
  • Secrets of a BIG SOUND on the Sax! Editor's Pick

    Saxophone Teacher (East London) Picture The most important thing of any saxophone players arsenal that dwarfs all other attributes is sound. One can have all the technical facility in the world, but if a resonant sound is not present all is lost, because of course the first thing the audience hears when someone plays is the sound...


  • Which Saxophonists Should I Listen To?

    Mike Brogan Saxophone Teacher (Edinburgh) Picture The short answer is - as many as possible! Whether you wish to specialise in classical performance, want to become a jazz soloist, or a session musician, it is hugely important that you listen to as many different musicians performing in as many different styles as possible. Despite being a...
  • Advice for graded exams

    Saxophone Teacher (Birmingham) Picture Practicing before the exam It is important to work on every area of the exam so I would recommend finding a routine to your practice that incorporates all parts of the exam e.g. always start with some scales. I would write down everything that you need to know for the exam and keep referring...
  • Top-Tones for the Saxophone

    Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture Top-Tones for the Saxophone by Sigurd M.Raschèr is a fantastic book for both the beginner and advanced student. It works through important fundamental techniques from long note practice and breathing through to overtones and developing the harmonic range. I have used this book for years and...