Archive: January 2018

Meet our pPal…Kate

Meet our pPal…Kate

Kate Greenall, Social Media Manager Kate has been part of the WMG team since 2010 and is the friendly face behind all our social media accounts, so be sure to say hi! Kate began playing the clarinet aged six and went on to study at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. When not

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Here Bass Lick

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See You Again

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Shape of you Bass Lick pBone

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Something Just Like This

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That’s what I like

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Meet our pPal…Keith

Meet our pPal…Keith

Keith Dye, U.S. Educational Consultant Keith has been part of the team for 13 months, and is a trombonist based in Texas who was a public school band director for 20 years. In that time Keith has directed many bands as well as being a professor of music education and administrator at Texas Tech University

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – How to assemble the pBone trombone

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – How to assemble the pBone trombone

Unpacking of a pBone! In this lesson, Liam Kirkland shows you how to assemble your pBone for the first time.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Basic precautions to take with your new trombone

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Basic precautions to take with your new trombone

In this lesson, Liam points out a few things to watch out for with your new trombone – how to care for it and not damage it.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – How to take apart your pBone

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – How to take apart your pBone

Packing up your pBone! In this lesson, Liam shows you how to dissassemble your pBone.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Learn posture and how to hold your trombone

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Learn posture and how to hold your trombone

Liam shows you the proper posture for trombone playing and how to hold the trombone correctly.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Learn how to hold the trombone slide

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Learn how to hold the trombone slide

In this video, Liam tells you all about the trombone slide and demonstrates how to hold it properly.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Breathing in trombone playing

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Breathing in trombone playing

Breathing is one of the most important parts of Trombone playing. In this video, Liam demonstrates how to breathe correctly.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – first note

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – first note

Following up on last lesson, Liam shows you how to play your first note on your tombone.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Practice buzzing on the mouthpiece

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Practice buzzing on the mouthpiece

A great exercise for learning to breathe and blow in the trombone is to practice using the mouthpiece. Liam shows you how it’s done.

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pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Practice playing long notes on the trombone

pBone stripes Liam Kirkman – Practice playing long notes on the trombone

In this video, Liam practices playing long notes with you.

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Start Stripe 2 – Continue your musical journey

Well done, you have completed Stripe 1. Continue here. pBone owners can get a further 25% discount to Stripes 2, 3 and 4 by entering the code JIGGS25.

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Philadelphia Elementary Schools Buzzing in Largest WMG USA Partnership

Philadelphia Elementary Schools Buzzing in Largest WMG USA Partnership

Nearly 150 elementary schools in the School District of Philadelphia will be pioneering pBuzz in classrooms, enabling thousands of Philadelphia children to explore the benefits of playing instruments as part of WMG’s largest partnership in the US. Frank Machos, Executive Director of the Office of The Arts & Academic Enrichment in Philadelphia, recently announced a

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Meet our pPal…Phil

Meet our pPal…Phil

Phil Doyle, Financial Controller Phil began working at Warwick Music in April 2014. He has worked in finance for 27 years, and during this time has worked in a broad spectrum of industries – however the manufacturing of plastic instruments has to be one of the more unusual things he has accounted for… Phil looks

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