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Breathing Exercises for Brass Players

I often get asked "What is one thing that I can do to improve my playing overall, that doesn't...
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Principles of Teaching Essay 2013

"I find teaching beginners really dull. The pieces are so easy and don't demand any real...
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How To Love And Care For Your Brass Instrument

The cleanliness of brass instruments is really very important. Regular cleaning keeps the...
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An Insight Into 'The Suzuki Method' For Trumpet

I thought I would take this opportunity to give a short insight into the world of the Suzuki...

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  • Helena Jacklin Greenford, UB6

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    Hi! My name is Helena Jacklin and I'm a french horn player!
  • Mr Peter Horsfall Potton, SG19

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    I'd be most happy to hear from you if you would like private lessons with me at my home studio in Potton, Central Bedfordshire. I teach all students from beginners to advanced, including in preparation for music college.
  • Verity Jacklin North Finchley, N12

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    I am a professional trumpeter based in Finchley with a fun and positive approach to teaching. I am passionate about both teaching and playing, and I aim to enthuse and encourage my students.
  • Clare Haddow Dunfermline, KY12

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    I am an experienced musician in the Fife area. I'm happy to work with players of any age or stage.
  • Brian Kirkby Mincinglake, EX4 Gold Member

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    Whatever the reason that people choose to learn a musical instrument, I am happy to guide and help them, the emphasis always being on encouragement and enjoyment.
  • James Atashroo Central Sheffield, S10 Silver Member

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    My name is James Atashroo, I am a freelance brass musician and teacher based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
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  • Which brass instrument is for you?

    S Peneycad Trumpet Teacher (Hemel Hempstead) Picture  Which instrument is for you?  Trumpet The Trumpet is the highest instrument in the brass family, and was recently featured playing the fanfares in the Royal Wedding. It is often used in film music, and can be heard playing the main tune to Star Wars, Jurassic Park, and James Bond.   Cornet...
  • Practise The Trombone? How?

    Michael Thomas Trumpet Teacher (South East London) Picture I am often asked "How do I practise?". There are multiple answers to this, I'm going to just cover the basics. Little and often It is better to practise 5 minutes every day rather than 35 minutes once a week. Your mind will be in difference places on different days of the week (Monday you might...
  • How I found the Trumpet

    Matt Gough Trumpet Teacher (Glasgow) Picture I first started playing trumpet when I was 8 years old. I come from a very musical family and it wasn’t expected of me to learn an instrument but my enthusiasm towards music was certainly encouraged. My mum plays the cello and so I investigated the strings family a bit by playing violin for a...

 

  • Patience And Perseverance With The Trumpet

    Mr Peter Horsfall Trumpet Teacher (Stevenage) Picture When practising trumpet or cornet, as with other brass instruments, it is important to develop the necessary patience and perseverance that will enable you to bear the fruits of your labour! It will inevitably take weeks, months and indeed years for your technical abilities to develop to their...
  • Practising The Trumpet

    Christopher Clark Trumpet Teacher (Cambridge) Picture Music has the power to enable anyone to feel good. Trumpet is one of the most versatile instruments, an instrument that is capable of crossing any stylistic or cultural boundary. The gifts of studying music include: -creative problem solving- controlled concentration- developed motor skills-...
  • Trumpet Practice - Thoughts On Routine

    S Peneycad Trumpet Teacher (Hemel Hempstead) Picture It is important as a brass player to be practising and playing regularly - similarly to an athlete, days off can mean that muscles become weaker and less flexible. In my final lesson with Paul Cosh at the Guildhall, Paul asked me if I had any thoughts about how to keep up my practice after...