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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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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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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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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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  • Sam Miles Woodwind Teacher Central Cambridge, CB1

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    When teaching, I like to create a friendly yet productive atmosphere where the pupils can learn at their own rate but also be challenged in a suitable way. I encourage musicality and creativity in lessons, whatever genre, to build a love for playing.
  • Daniel Ehrlich Crouch End, N8

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    Hello! I'm a young, enthusiastic saxophonist/clarinetist and composer from a classical and jazz background who's ready to teach any musical skills you want to throw at me.
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    Please call me for a chat, i would be delighted to help you if i can on your saxophone journey.
  • Campbell Murray Motherwell, ML1 Gold Member

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    Professional Guitar/Saxophone Tutor with over 30 years playing experience, Mobile service available in Motherwell, Bellshill, Mossend, Law Village, Carluke, Hamilton, Airdrie, Coatbridge, Wishaw, Newarthill, Uddingston, Lanark. Lanarkshire.
  • Svaya Gravesend, DA12

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    I am experienced, professional saxophone and piano teacher working with all ages and abilities.
  • Kate White Central York, YO10

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    I am a Clarinet, Saxophone, Piano and Music Theory tutor with 25 years' experience. I teach all ages, levels and musical styles in the York area.
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  • Improvisation!

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture Improvisation is a unique learning experience where people can interact as a group, experience new music and ideas, and where people can meet new musicians to play and form musical relationships now and for the future. There are many tunes to be learnt with contrasting musical styles including:...
  • The Importance of Confidence

    Saxophone Teacher (Halifax) Picture One of the most common problems I come across in my pupils is lack of confidence. For example, panic at the thought of a solo and feeling uncomfortable when playing in front of others. For the most part I say JUST DO IT, but I have found that the book Mind Over Matter: A Handbook for Musicians...
  • Transcribing Jazz

    Saxophone Teacher (Birmingham) Picture In this article I will begin to discuss one of the most important tools for an aspiring Jazz Musician; Transcribing. The oral tradition of jazz has always been important; learning from other musicians is a highly rewarding, engaging and exciting process. The late Jazz pianist Mulgrew Miller said...

 

  • Stuck In A Practice Rut?

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture It is very easy to get stuck in a practice rut. Either you are not practising effectively or you can not face practicing at all. It happens to us all and is difficult to turn the corner, especially with an exam or performance looming. There are some simple steps to take. Get your teacher to...
  • Difficulties Facing The Adult Learner

    Saxophone Teacher (Reading) Picture There is an enthusiasm one sees in young children that is unparalleled in older people. Regardless of the discipline, the majority of children approach new endeavours with a fresh-faced innocence one inevitably loses as the reality of life's pressures takes over. Putting this attitude to one...
  • Improvising........aaaagghhh!

    Saxophone Teacher (North London) Picture It isn't necessarily the case that not being an improviser makes for a lesser experience for an instrumentalist.One can derive and give the utmost pleasure from interpreting the works of others,however I do occasionally hear classical musicians bemoan the fact that if the music isn't on the page...