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Help With Songwriting

If you are someone who enjoys writing songs but hasn't really found their process yet then this...
Songwriting

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Twelve Songwriting Secrets For Success!

Never written a song before but always wanted to? The best songwriting tip I can give you is...
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Songwriting: Inspiration is everywhere

It does not matter where the inspiration for a song comes from: - It can be a squirrel in the...
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Choosing The Right Acoustic Guitar

What options do you have when choosing an acoustic guitar? A difficult choice to make when...

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    Learn to play the clarinet/sax from a friendly, experienced and qualified teacher! Whether you're discovering a musical instrument for the first time or are an experienced musician wanting to brush on your skills I would be glad to help you out.
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    Hello and welcome to my Tutor Pages site! If you are interested in taking up singing lessons then please don't hesitate to contact me. I am a friendly, kind singing teacher living and working in and around Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
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    Patience and being understanding are probably my best qualities for being a teacher. That's not just what I think but a number of my pupils and pupils' parents have told me so. A sense of humour in the right situations can also be productive. Lots of people are good musicians but not all of them have the patience to teach people who struggle with the subject. I know from personal experience from when I was a child that the more someone shouts at a person who is trying hard but finding something difficult, the harder it becomes for that person to do well. That doesn't meant that I will be too soft with anyone messing about but am understanding towards those who are keen but not naturaly gifted in music.
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    Build your confidence; learn to explore & play with your singing & acting in a safe & experienced environment. I am a professional working Singer & Actress & enjoy working with pupils at all levels.
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    You've been wanting to learn to play guitar or come back to it for a while now but don't know where to start? Learn what you want to play with a tailor made programme based on your taste, your pace and your time. First lesson free.
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    Modern fun vocal Tutor providing the most up to date vocal techniques and know-how all genres and all ages and abilities Lessons are bespoke delivered with laughter and fun, to get the most out of the voice in a safe and correct way
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Songwriting Articles

  • Help With Songwriting Editor's Pick

    Naledi Herman Songwriting Teacher (Edinburgh) Picture If you are someone who enjoys writing songs but hasn't really found their process yet then this article may be useful to you. Some songs come naturally and other songs may take months or even years to finish! It is a labour of love and often a solitary experience, so it can be useful to search...
  • Twelve Songwriting Secrets For Success! Editor's Pick

    Laura Duckworth Songwriting Teacher (Harrow) Picture Never written a song before but always wanted to? The best songwriting tip I can give you is to...start writing songs! Even if what comes out sounds awful at least you have a starting point. Writer's block happens when you judge every idea (see Tip 4) so in the end you stare hopelessly at a...
  • The Era Of The Laptop With Songwriting

    Ben Moorhouse Songwriting Teacher (East London) Picture Today, the idea that someone sitting in their bedroom in front of their laptop could write, record, and produce a hit single does not seem very surprising at all. The charts these days, are full of young musicians, who have created their own sound; meshing beats, synths and melodies into songs...

 

  • Popular Music In Our Brains

    Christina Karpodini Songwriting Teacher (East London) Picture Some of the most important songs in popular music history are songs that we all know. Songs that get stuck in our heads for days, months and for sure we remember them after many years. Some people call this phenomenon as the “ear worm” that get in our ear and does not let as stop listening to a...
  • What type of music do you write?

    Lara Eidi Songwriting Teacher (East London) Picture Pigeon Holes. I remember going back to school two years ago as a Masters Student at the Guildhall School of Music, eager to flesh out all that London had to offer in the world of Jazz. I had already started a career as a singer-songwriter and contemporary singer as a 20 year old in Bonnie...
  • Creative visualisation

    Songwriting Teacher (Slough) Picture As an artist, singer, songwriter and musician I feel privileged to have been able to experience life on stage and off, both centre stage taking all the attention and in the background providing the backdrop to another artist's creative expression. After 11 years involvement in the music industry...