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  • Timothy Warren Central Southampton, SO18

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    Hello, I am a freelance trumpet player living in Southampton. I am very enthusiastic about playing and teaching brass instruments and theory. I teach students of all ages and ability and strive to get every student to reach their potential.
  • Kenny Letham Dunfermline, KY12 Gold Member

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    Hi. Thanks for looking at my profile. I'm a friendly and enthusiastic music tutor based in Central Scotland. I work throughout the country as a private instructor, conductor and performer.
  • Tim Anderson Muswell Hill, N10 Gold Member

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    An experienced brass teacher, specialising in French Horn. Tim is currently general brass teacher at Fulham Prep School, and has taken many students through from their first note to Grade 8, one of whom is now studying at the Royal College of Music.
  • Becky Pepper Ling Forest, NG18 Silver Member

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    I am Becky, a brass teacher living in the East Midlands and willing to travel.
  • Sam Yates Rainhill, L35 Gold Member

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    Hi. I am a Horn player and teacher based in Rainhill, Prescot. I teach all brass instruments, piano and music theory. I teach at my home and I travel to most areas within the Liverpool and Greater Manchester areas plus further afield.
  • Ryan Hume Blackheath, SE3 Gold Member

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    I am a professional musician based in South East London who teaches and performs regularly as a trombonist. I am a young and enthusiastic educator who enjoys teaching students of all ages and abilities reach their musical goals.
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  • Tenor horn

    see Althorne. The tenor horn (British English; alto horn in American English, Althorn in Germany; occasionally referred to as E♭ horn) is a brass instrument
  • Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings

    Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31, is a song cycle written in 1943 by English composer Benjamin Britten for tenor accompanied by a solo horn and a
  • Baritone horn

    instrument with a bore that is mostly conical, like the flugelhorn and alto (tenor) horn, but is narrower than the conical bore of the euphonium. It uses a wide-rimmed
  • Natural horn

    horn and wrote for natural horn. Benjamin Britten's Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, though written for the modern horn, makes notable use of the
  • James Gilchrist (tenor)

    concert he has performed among others, Benjamin Britten's Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings with the Manchester Camerata and the Northern Sinfonia, Elgar's
  • Horn section

    who play the "French" horn, and in a British-style brass band it is the tenor horn players. In many popular-music genres the term is applied loosely to any
  • Tenor saxophone

    clarinet, tenor saxophone and piano. In concert bands, the tenor plays mostly a supporting role, sometimes sharing parts with the euphonium, horn and trombone
  • Nocturne (Britten)

    written for tenor, seven obbligato instruments and strings. The seven instruments are flute, cor anglais, clarinet, bassoon, harp, French horn and timpani
  • List of compositions for horn

    Bjelinski Horn Concerto Sonate for Horn Arthur Bliss Rhapsodie für Mezzosopran, Tenor, Flöte, Horn und Streichquintett Davor Bobić Concerto for Horn, Strings
  • Horn (instrument)

    instruments actually have descended from the saxhorn or the tuba. The tenor and baritone horns, amongst other sizes of instruments used in British brass bands