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A Delivery of Trinity College Exam Materials!

Today I returned home to find a parcel on my doorstep.

A parcel that is a part of my research. It is like Christmas in my house when new music arrives. 346 more words

Learning For Teachers

Looking for Multi-Cultural Pieces? 10 Recommendations

Ten world music pieces for all levels recommended by Brian Hoskins, our WA ACDA multi-cultural perspectives chair

1. “Adiemus” by Karl Jenkins (SSA, Boosey & Hawkes). 827 more words

Summer Update, and Brass Trio Lists

I’ve been enjoying some much-needed vacation time this summer, complete with an extended hiatus from blogging. Although I haven’t posted any new content for the last several weeks, this time has not been spent idly. 587 more words

Area Horn News

Orchestra repertoire Christmas 2014!

Senior Orchestra members should take a look at this video, as this is the piece we are going to be playing (in its entirety!) for the Christmas concert this year. 16 more words

The Exam Repertoire

Reading the email, I felt the thump-thump of my heart – fast and monotonous and yet of unprecedented anxiousness and excitement. I scanned through the words and behold, I saw the 6 letter word – PASSED. 536 more words


Ten GOOD things about playing the cello

OK, I just want to set the record straight. Although Classic FM’s article 10 worst things about playing the cello made some good points, the cello IS a great instrument to play. 269 more words


Brandt Attema

Dale Truscott from The Eighth Position spoke with Dutch bass trombone virtuoso Brandt Attema ahead of his trip to Sydney in July 2014. Brandt is a member of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, the New Trombone Collective, the Netherlands Wind Ensemble and Duo AttemaHaring. 2,090 more words