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Recorder Technique & Ensemble Classes
The technique classes for the Recorder Course will take place at five distinct levels:
The grade levels above are those set by the Royal Schools of Music, Trinity College of Music or Guildhall School of Music. For those unfamiliar with the United Kingdom practical music examination system, please refer to the set music lists where the levels will become clearer.
All set works should be thoroughly prepared before the Course. It is assumed you can play the notes accurately at a reasonable speed both on the descant/soprano and on the treble/alto.
The purpose of these classes is to develop your musicality and knowledge of the art of performance as much as to improve your basic technique. Technical work will form part of each days teaching but only in so far as this helps you to realise what the work requires were you to perform it for others to listen to. Music is essentially an aural/oral tradition. We learn most from listening to professional performers playing music, whatever their instrument, and for this reason all our tutors are seasoned professional performers as well as being highly experienced and skilled teachers on their instruments. This is a course where the tutor is as likely to play to you as you are expected to play to your tutor.
There is one Ensemble Class level.
Generally, ensemble music is not as difficult as technique class repertoire and assuming you feel comfortable with the material set on any particular day, you are free to join the class. The set music for the ensemble classes is provided during the week.