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The Saxophone is a very versatile and expressive instrument. It is played in jazz ensembles, pop groups, saxophone groups, wind bands and orchestras. It comes in many sizes although the alto is the most common. Lessons can be taken from the age of about 10, provided the child is strong enough. Saxophones are gorgeous to look at, heavy to hold and with lots and lots of keywork, fairly easy to damage. Reeds too are easily damaged but fairly cheap.
The Fife is an excellent introduction to the flute. The fingering is very similar, as is the mouth position (embouchure) but the fife is smaller, lighter and considerably cheaper than the flute. The flute really is the best instrument of all! A wide range of sounds,- bright, lively, joyful, to melancholy and haunting. Opportunities to play in orchestras, jazz groups, chamber groups and flute choirs. Like all woodwind instruments the keywork is delicate and flutes need to be treated with great care. Every 2-3 years flutes should be serviced to keep them working at their best.
The British Flute Society www.flutewise.com A really good club for young flute players - lots of interesting things! ................................... Learning to play a musical instrument is one of the greatest gifts you can give your children. Research has shown that children who study music show improvements in their mathematical skills. This is because it helps children think in terms of patterns and pictures and to consider a problem on a different level. This is the basis of the so-called 'Mozart Effect'. It gives them confidence, teaches discipline, co ordination, relieves stress, helps them to appreciate and understand their emotions. It teaches the satisfaction of working to improve, and seeing the achievement. Most importantly they will have a skill which they can share with other musicians of all ages, and that will last them for the rest of their life, for like riding a bicycle you never forget how to play an instrument.
The most important contribution that you can make as a parent is to sit with your child while they're practising for at least ten minutes every day. Only by doing this will they make real progress. Young children are generally not able to structure a practice session on their own and your input and encouragement is vital. Find a time in the day that suits both you and your child, when you are both relaxed and you can give your child your full attention. I have found that before school often works best as it is far easier to maintain the routine of this time than after school Usually teachers will use a note book to write comments and suggestions, and to list specific practice items, so make sure that you are aware of what is to be worked at. Make this a regular routine, like brushing teeth, and expect this to carry on for years. Ask other members of the family, particularly any siblings, to respect this practice time and not to disturb you.
Exams can be really encouraging steps in a child's learning of an instrument and they need to be positive experiences. There are several examining boards, each with their strengths. Typically an exam contains: 3 pieces, 2 performed with a piano accompaniment, one solo Scales and arpeggios Sight reading Questions on the 3 pieces Ear tests (clapping, singing, recognising musical features etc.) The cost of the exam varies depending on the grade, from £21 for Initial (pre grade 1) up to £54 for grade 8. There is also the cost of the piano accompanist, between £12 and £23. Music for Children: Introduce your young child to nursery rhymes and songs, such as This Old Man, The Grand Old Duke of York, or rounds like Frere Jacques. Get them to sing along - children follow by example, so don't be embarrassed! Sing in the car, in the bath - wherever. Enthusiasm is everything - vocal quality is irrelevant. Encourage them to make up their own songs, perhaps using rhyming words.
Take your child to a music shop and enjoy looking at the instruments, as well as the fun products like stickers, mugs, posters and so on. Listen to as much live music of different styles as you can with your child - a town band, buskers, or a local concert. Make sure that the music is of a sensible duration though, otherwise boredom will set in and they won't want to go again. Maybe just the first half of a concert is enough. Follow the teacher's advice when it comes to exams. It is not helpful to put your child in for an exam before they are ready. Hints: Don’t have the television on or any other sound source in the background when your child is practising.
Don’t compare your child’s progress or level of achievement with that of other children: children develop at different rates. Don’t treat your child as a circus animal. They may not relish playing to family and friends at your request. Some subtle tactics may be needed here!
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Cornwall College St Austell Callington Community College Fowey Community College Glasney College | Penryn Cornwall UK PENRICE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Cornwall College Archbishop Benson CofE Primary School Bodmin Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 1BN Telephone: 01872 273185 Fax: 01872 262280 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.archbishop-benson.cornwall.sch.uk Headteacher: Mr P Sell Brannel School Cape Cornwall School Falmouth Community School Helston School & Community College Liskeard School & Community College Mounts Bay School Penair School
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