Tag Archives: music lessons

The Rhythms of Life

In the Rhythm Quartets series I have divided the rhythmic elements into simple patterns and as the series progresses have added new rhythmic cells to those from the previous books. Continue reading

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A little cello music

Do you want some different pieces to work at in the New Year?  The Cello Sessions Take 1 may just be what you need.  All the tracks are available to listen to at https://urbanskyline.bandcamp.com/album/the-cello-sessions-take-1 and you can order on the … Continue reading

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Percussive Christmas

All good wishes to all my percussive friends, followers, connections, bloggers and bashers. To all business acquaintances and colleagues have a bumper Christmas. Hope to hear from you all in the New Year when I will be putting together another … Continue reading

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Drummers and Percussionists, I need your advice

m  Friends, followers and connections give me some advice.  The National Association of Percussion Teachers is going through a change and would welcome views from all drum and percussion teachers as to how the association should work and what services … Continue reading

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Will policy changes make music education more elitist?

A few months ago I was asked to look at the cost of music examination and the audition processes in the UK and how transparent the charges were for an article in a newsletter for the National Association of Percussion … Continue reading

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