When choosing which brand is right for you it ultimately depends on the level/style of player you are and what you want from your flute as well as how much you wish to spend! Here’s a guide to a few of my favourite brands based on our most popular selling flute categories here at Normans
Post by Kerry Haines
I was asked to play test the Nuvo student flute which is made from plastic! – a bit of an alien concept to me. However, I’m always keen to try new things!
Purchasing a clarinet isn't something you do every day and it can be an expensive purchase so it's worth doing some research and getting it right. In this guide I will focus on clarinet jargon, frequently asked questions from customers, advice to online purchasing and my personal clarinet recommendations for beginners and intermediates.
Shopping for your first clarinet is not easy if you have no prior experience. Read our helpful article with tips and recommendations of beginner clarinets.
It can be daunting choosing a clarinet. There is a huge range of models and prices vary. Here are some things to consider when buying your first clarinet.
Choosing the right clarinet reed is important because, in conjunction with the mouthpiece it is what produces the clarinet’s sound! In this article you can find the answers to the questions: what type, what brand and what strength?
After 20 years Yanagisawa have finally released a new range of Alto Saxophones. So what are they and what are the differences from the previous models?