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‘…..a lot of us were stressed out about improvisation but I think the way you did it was great when you’re really not confident, as we weren’t singled out’  Fran, Ten Sax player (Kirklees Jazz)

'Really enjoyed the experience of working with you on new piece. Felt that we (the band) were making a contribution to your music'  Trev,  Baritone Sax player (Farnley Tyas Jazz Group)

'An exciting and different sounding piece'

Amanda

Musical Director/Alto Saxophone, Honley Dance Orchestra

'The classes have helped to take an idea and turn it into a fully formed song'

Parent

'The pieces you write are really enjoyable to play and work really well'

Trev

Baritone Sax Player , Farnley Tyas Jazz Group

'Blow Away The Blues' has a great swing feel and catchy melody. A great way to introduce part singing and 12 bar blues classroom work, ideal for my Year 5s

Amanda

Wakefield Music School

I thought JT Blues was a really catchy tune, not difficult to sight read and were very enjoyable to play for the first time. We will practice this and include playing it in our future gigs

Lynda

Alto Sax, Nytebeat

'The song writing workshop was a really useful way to learn about techniques used in music'

Parent

'I enjoyed playing the new pieces and thought they would be a good inclusion in our March dance gig'

Tony W

Ten Sax, Nytebeat

'Makes You Happy' would be lovely for younger children using one part or more

Amanda

Wakefield Music School

Really good tune .... we really enjoy playing something that's different

Dave

Ten Sax, Farnley Tyas Jazz Group

'My son has really enjoyed attending the song writing workshop and now feels much more confident when he plays in his own rock band'

Parent

‘An explosion of Afro beats and catchy melodies, Jerry Moore’s ‘Africa’ keeps toes tapping and provides a refreshing contrast to our big band set’.

Amanda

Musical Director/Alto Saxophone, Honley Dance Orchestra

'New Day' would make an effective end of term song, particularly for Year 6 with its positive message

Amanda

Wakefield Music School