In this Vlog I run through my five top tips for safer brass playing during COVID.
In this Vlog from Grant Golding, Grant walks us through using the famous Post Horn Gallop.
Now that we are returning to work, play and education, it feels good to be on the pathway back to the resumption of a more normal education generally and brass playing specifically. However, Covid is still here and we must remain vigilant as restrictions are slowly lifted. A key[...]
One thing that lockdown 3.0 is giving me is the chance to start engaging with content that I've been aware of but never previously put the time aside to properly absorb.
Every January the world's music industry comes together in the glorious trade show/conference that is NAMM. We at Warwick Music have been attending NAMM from the first year of pBone in one way or another and it has become part of our annual pattern of work...until 2021!
As Covid has tightened its grip on what is normal in UK society yet again during “lockdown 3.0”, of all the instrument families, brass playing has found this new normal particularly challenging. A variety of reports have not achieved a clarity about what is best practice for[...]
An expert brass player makes changing notes sound and look so simple but when you pick up your instrument as a beginner things can feel very different and quite confusing...so how do trumpet players do it?
We have received quite a few enquiries about our choice of key for the pBugle so I thought I’d sit down and write a few words to share my thoughts on the subject.
Hello and welcome to “Learn to Play pBugle”! In this blog we will share everything you need to get started making music on the pBugle.
After the success of the ground-breaking and innovative brass training product pBuzz, feedback began to suggest that although trumpet-based teachers welcomed a simplified training instrument, they didn’t really feel an affinity with the pBuzz, seeing it as more of a “lower[...]