The Right PDF Music 

                        The Right Price 

                                                      Right Away

              Music for BRASS        Music for WINDBAND

               Music for VOICE         Music for SCHOOLS

New music you will love to perform and your audience will love to hear. Choose it today and rehearse it tomorrow !

Listen to all my music on soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/jeremydibbmusic

‘At Peace In The City’ performed by the Washington Saxophone Quartet

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‘At Peace In The City is a very good work and the group was very pleased to play it. We send a collective thank you for the music and look forward to adding it to our concert repertoire’. Rich Kleinfeldt  Washington Saxophone Quartet  ——————————————————————————————————————-

How playing an instrument benefits your brain

How to be an outstanding music teacher

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an extract from PROVENCE by Jeremy Dibb – performed by Jaguar Land Rover band – conducted by Dave Lea

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Latest Title      Little Suite for young string players                         by guest composer Dr. Robert Ramskill

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Songs for Assembly

‘I think the songs are beautiful and I can’t wait to start work on them’.  Helen Cowlan Assistant Head and Arts Leader, Hornbill School, Brunei Garrison, Brunei 2014

Show Me The Way for children’s choir ——————————————————————————————————————-

The Young Instrumentalist  

The perfect start for beginners in whole class instrumental programmes as well as early instrumental lessons.  The Young Instrumentalist is built around songs to sing and then play, with differentiated parts, supported by a lively backing track.

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Sonata for brass ensemble by Dr. Robert Ramskill

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Excalibur for trombone choir   

‘We have enjoyed your Excalibur. The combination of rhythmic drive and noble thematic lines makes for a terrifically satisfying piece.’  Peter Ellefson and the Northwestern University USA trombone choir.                                                                                                                          

   

One Response to

  1. I WISH I HAD GONE INTO TEACHING. I DID SUB A LITTLE AND IT WAS REWARDING FOR BOTH THE STUDENTS AND MYSELF. WHY?
    I taught from a musician’s point of view, not out of the book. We did follow the guidelines, but… It did not offer ear training; something that is most important in a singer or musician’s growth. I had them in my hands and taught from a professional’s point of view.
    If I retire from the Post Office, I will definately go back to teaching.

    Erik Hans Vagen New Jersey t/a NJ Live Musiicians LLC

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