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Closed for music

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Visiting my local woodwind instrument repair shop I was saddened to hear that they will be closing in the summer. This I am told is caused by fewer children learning traditional instruments alongside the decline in instrument provision in schools.

Where instrument learning is provided by the school the parents are usually expected to foot the bill and for many this makes having lessons prohibitive. Government funding over the past three years has been declining and music is fast becoming the preserve of those people who can afford it.

This is combined with the problem that it is frequently no longer considered fashionable for children to learn instruments such as the french horn, bassoon and tuba.

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a beautiful autumn Norfolk morning

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It’s a beautiful autumn Norfolk morning with the mist rolling off the fields.  I’m in the mood to talk about music.  You might think that sounds strings and harps but today it means trombones!  Fields – hunting – horns – trombones – I got there somehow, so please read on. tutti has nearly 300 pieces of sheet music for trombone or bass trombone.

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