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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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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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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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    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 prepare more advanced students for the upper grades and in preparation for music college.
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    I'm keen to hear from anybody interested in learning trumpet or Jazz & improvisation. These can be one off lessons or regular weekly lessons. I will try to be as flexible as possible so please get in touch to discuss possible lessons & availability.
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    I am a freelance musician from London. I teach all brass instruments and am always happy to tailor my teaching to whatever the need of the student, whether they are looking to take ABRSM/Trinity exams, or simply have fun!
  • Patrick Dodds Southgate, N14 Gold Member

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    I've been a student of the trumpet for the last 25 years, and have been studying teaching brass for 10 years+, observing and learning form the greatest brass players around. I am confident I can help you achieve what you want from your playing.
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    Specialising in online tuition for International Baccalaureate, A-Level and GCSE History. I'm here to help you with all aspects of your studies, from revising content to preparing for exams, and everything in between!
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    I am a freelance classical trombonist and teacher of all brass instruments.
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  • 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 (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...
  • 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...