Charles Mathews BA, MA, MMus Accompanist

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Based near Nottingham, I am a very experienced accompanist, offering my services to choirs, exams, auditions and performances, churches, dance classes and more.

I have worked extensively with the leading ballet schools and companies in the UK, played for singers and instrumentalists of all styles and calibres, and also accompany weddings and funerals on the organ or piano.

My ususal fee is about £30 per hour depending on the individual requirements. 

I am friendly and professional, and will always make sure I put people at ease. 

Please get in touch if you think I can help

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  • Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
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Did You Know Piano Facts


Temperament is both the process and result of making slight changes to the pitches of a pure musical scale, so that the octave may be conveniently divided into a usable number of notes and intervals. In the history of Western music's 12-note octave tradition, there have been several, fundamentally different forms of temperament applied to the developing keyboard. Music suffers when performed in a tuning that is different than that which the composer used in its creation.

Well Temperament Keyboards

Well Temperament Keyboards may be tuned so that all keys are musically usable, but contain varying degrees of the "wolf". This is the tuning used in this recording. Between the Early Baroque and Romantic eras, the popular tuning was something between Meantone and Equal Temperament. This era was a brief, transitional stage in temperament history, but considering the music composed during this period, its importance cannot be overlooked. This style of tuning is called "Well Temperament" following the use of the term by J.S. Bach. The term refers to a genre, rather than a specific temperament, as there were many Well Temperaments in use between 1700 and 1825.