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Learn to Master Ledger Lines

Learn to Master Ledger Lines

Learn to Master Ledger Lines WKMT Blog has prepared a post with which you would learn all about these famous lines on your music scores: How to read ledger lines   When it comes to reading ledger lines, all the piano students start to stress themselves out. Whenever the piano teachers choose the pieces for their student’s programmes, they know very well the…

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Do you really know Fur Elise?

Do you really know Fur Elise?

Do you really know Fur Elise? Fur Elise full Analysis Among piano tutors, this is the piece that by far is more requested to play by their piano students. So let’s have a look to the full analysis WKMT has prepared for you as piano tutors on the link above. According to musicologists, it has been one of the favourite…

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The Minor Scales: The Pianist Toolkit

The Minor Scales: The Pianist Toolkit

The Minor Scales: The Pianist Toolkit https://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/post/minor-scales All piano students have to play many scales, but lots of confusion happens when it comes to major scales.  For the piano teachers, it is very common to start with the harmonic scales as they are the ones that are asked in the ABRSM syllabus and many believe they are the easiest to start…

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Atonal music in focus by WKMT

Atonal music in focus by WKMT

https://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/post/atonal-music (Link to the full article on WKMT Blog)   New music is always challenging to digest, especially if the main focus on this style is NOT the tonic chord, which has dominated all the music discourse of Western Europe and from quite a long time, the world for approximately 400 hundred years! Among the many styles of music, one…

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Mock Exam’s System at WKMT

Mock Exam’s System at WKMT

At WKMT, we know how challenging exams can be for the students, regardless of the age or level. Preparing them for this event should be a positive and enriching experience for all, that is why we elaborated a process that ensures their success taking the stress out of the equation. To ensure the latter, the preparation of the ABRSM or…

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Students’ Report System and Lesson Plan

Students’ Report System and Lesson Plan

INTRODUCTION    An educational plan is the elaboration of a general outline, specifically organised to achieve the objectives you want to make. The teacher must always keep in mind to avoid improvisations, optimise the use of time and guide and direct through the weekly report planning an indispensable tool for decisions-making before the following session. The WKMT lesson plan divides…

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The Ergonomics of Piano Playing

The Ergonomics of Piano Playing

https://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/post/how-to-sit-properly-on-the-piano Before starting to play a single note, piano students should be very aware of the importance of a correct posture. Poor posture can range from short-term muscle aches to more long-term severe muscle and joint problems. It is paramount that every piano teacher is aware of addressing this issue from the very beginning of the training, and keeping a close eye on…

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We are welcoming new students from Uley, Harbottle, Nairn, Sapcote, Beccles, Chaceley and also Bruton

We are welcoming new students from Uley, Harbottle, Nairn, Sapcote, Beccles, Chaceley and also Bruton

This week -20.06.2020- we are very excited to see we are already visible in Google for students looking to take piano lessons in Uley, Harbottle, Nairn, Sapcote, Beccles, Chaceley and also Bruton.  We are looking forward to welcoming new teachers to our big school family. WKMT-UK offer support and structure to those teachers delivering piano lessons in the UK and…

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Piano Online Face-to-Face Lessons Modality

Introduction WKMT is one of the most successful piano studios based in London since 2010. It provides a sequenced system of learning through tailored-designed syllabi matching the standards of the most acclaimed European Conservatoires.  Learning Outcomes 1- Adopt a suitable position of the body towards the instrument. 2- Develop progressive independence of hands and fingers. 3- Gradually acquire a degree of…

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