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Balanced Practice on the Trumpet

Any musician has to be able to balance out their practice time to really get the most out of...
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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 achieve more from your trumpet practice

This is a system I have devised to help musicians achieve better results from their regular...
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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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  • My 3 Fundamentals For Trumpet Playing

    Daniel Walton Trumpet Teacher (North West London) Picture Here are a few pointers I think are important when playing the trumpet. BreathingA relaxed breath is key, this reduces tension in the exhale. Relaxing the jaw and tongue hugely helps relax the entire body and mind. A lot of confusion can come with being told to take a BIG breath, this can lead...
  • An Insight Into 'The Suzuki Method' For Trumpet Editor's Pick

    Connor Clarke Trumpet Teacher (East London) Picture I thought I would take this opportunity to give a short insight into the world of the Suzuki Method, a Japanese process of musical education pioneered by Dr. Shinji Suzuki. One of the fundamental aspects of the Suzuki Method is that any child can learn. A common misconception in music education...
  • The Value of Learning to play a brass instrument

    Sounds Musical Trumpet Teacher (Twickenham) Picture Although there is some truth in music learning being easier when we are young, it is also fair to say that it really is never too late to learn The skill of playing a musical instrument or singing can be developed by all of us, whatever stage of life we are at. Musical intelligence is available...

 

  • Benefits Of Playing In Ensembles

    Chris Bearman Trumpet Teacher (North London) Picture One of the key parts of playing music, and the most enjoyable for the majority of people is in a group with other musicians. Whether this be in duets with friends or all the way up to full size orchestras, playing with others is rewarding and one of the best ways to improve. The first time a...
  • How To Love And Care For Your Brass Instrument Editor's Pick

    Rob Morgan Trumpet Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture The cleanliness of brass instruments is really very important. Regular cleaning keeps the instrument in top condition and saves you money in the long run. It is never a good idea to eat food and in particular confectionery or consume soft drinks before and during playing. The sugars and other...
  • Trumpet Practice - Thoughts On Routine

    S Peneycad Trumpet Teacher (Oxford) 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...