Pamela Wedgwood first started composing because her students wanted to learn pop…and yet they weren’t always ready to play the full pop music they wanted to. So she started experimenting to create music that would inspire them to practice.
She’s also of course a fantastic teacher with a wealth of experience and in this episode she shares tips for everything from memorising to improving listening skills. You don’t want to miss this one – take a listen and get inspired.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- Why Pamela Wedgwood started composing for her students
- How she goes about composing new music
- How Pam gets students to listen when they’re playing
- Pam’s composing method for a new piece
- How to start a new composition from a title
- What students can learn from composing music
- The genesis of the Upgrade! series
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Have you used any Pamela Wedgwood books?
Has any of Pam’s music inspired your students? What’s your favourite piece?