• In this euphonium lesson the teacher works with the students to develop good breathing from the start of the lesson.

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher encourages a confident buzz from the beginner stages. This helps to develop a st...

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher uses simple call and response to develop articulation, offering advice on reduci...

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher uses simple demonstration to model the sound for students. Encouragement and mod...

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher takes some time to ensure that the students play with good valve technique from ...

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher encourages the students to 'feel' what happens when they breathe correctly. Help...

  • In this euphonium lesson the teacher develops range to G. There is a focus on posture and breathing as key components...

  • This teacher has instilled breathing as a fundamental part of every lesson.

  • Singing in whole class teaching offers everyone the chance to engage in the lesson.

  • Whole class lessons provide an excellent opportunity for children to learn the context of pieces they will begin to l...

  • Often in whole class teaching, we are required to teach with a more staged approach than we would in small group less...

  • This teacher questions the class on note lengths relative to the piece they have just played.

  • This Rhythm game is an excellent assessment for learning tool. The teacher can see visually if the class are beginnin...

  • See Rhythm Game for the first stage of this learning game. In this short clip the teacher extends the level of challe...

  • Working with larger groups can unveil some simple problems in the pedagogy of how to approach giving instructions.

  • In this group brass lesson the teacher uses a backing track on a repeated cycle to stage the preparation for performa...

  • Group teaching offers a excellent opportunity to contextualise learning.

  • In this group brass lesson the teacher introduces Frere Jacques in stages.

  • The outcomes of simple part playing. Rounds are an excellent way to first introduce this to students.

  • In this Year 6 brass group lesson, it is possible to observe the conditioning of the group.

  • The voice is the most portable instrument we have.

  • This brass group was introduced to the beginning of Swing Low Sweet Chariot.

  • In this advanced trumpet lesson, the teacher takes the student through a warm up which will be later linked to the ma...

  • In this advanced trumpet lesson, the teacher takes the student through a warm up which will be later linked to the ma...

  • In this advanced trumpet lesson, the teacher uses a technique of matching the pitch, before professing to harmonising...

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