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Telephone: 07964 695527

Email: jerry@moorenotes.co.uk

‘…..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 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

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

Lynda

Alto Saxophone, Nytebeat

‘Wake Up’ is just wonderful. You must get it published ….. very reminiscent of Britten’s Playful Pizzicato from his Simple Symphony’ 

Sarah

Professional Musician, Stamford Independent School

‘Thank you for sharing your Ballad for Piano and Violin worked really well with the students at school. It is really lovely music. I particularly like the cheeky modulations’ 

Sarah

Professional Musician, Stamford Independent School

‘The chorus melody for ‘Makes Me Feel Alive’ (song for various choirs) is so catchy, it’s been circling around in my head all day’ 

Chris

Professional Musician and Flute Teacher

‘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

‘It’s lovely (‘I Believe’, violin duet). I particularly like the way you’ve shared the melody between both violin parts. The 2nd violin gets really fed up if they don’t get to play the tune sometimes’ 

Sarah

Professional Musician, Stamford Independent School

‘Rain is such a beautiful song (song arranged for various choirs). I love the melody and lyrics, and the way you build up the lines towards the end is delightful’

Sarah

Professional Musician, Stamford Independent School

(‘New Day’, song arranged for various choirs) ‘It’s so uplifting…. that’s definitely another super song to suggest to the MD of our choir.’                                                                                                              

Sarah

Professional Musician, Stamford Independent School

‘Makes You Happy (primary song) would be lovely for youngster children using one part or more’.

Amanda

Wakefield Music School

‘New Day (primary song) would make an effective end of term song, particularly for Year 6 with its positive message’. 

Amanda

Wakefield Music School