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Bonnie C offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Bonnie C

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...I moved to Arizona in 1987 to accept a teaching fellowship at ASU West while completing my Masters degree. I then accepted a position as the Director of Guitar Programs at Glendale Community College. ... Read More

Gerry D offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Gerry D

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...I started playing acoustic folk styles in 1962 and added 60's rock and more as time went on. I joined my first rock band in 1965 and have now played all styles of rock, blues, folk, country, bluegrass, jazz, and contemporary Christian and worship music. ... Read More

Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Andrew W

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...I have been playing guitar for 14 years, primarily combining shred guitar techniques with jazz chord inversions and jazz theory. I have studied jazz guitar as well as recieved an Associates in Music. ... Read More

Rob D offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Rob D

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...I believe that music is a way for people to express themselves on a deep, energetic level; that it is Life expressing through us as well, and that it is an essential part of Life itself.... Read More

Taylor P offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Taylor P

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...I was initially self taught and in later years took classes and lessons from notable touring musicians to broaden my theoretical and technical knowledge of the fretboard.... Read More

Ben M offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Ben M

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...Pay attention to motor coordination and their ability to have a focused attention. I would say that most children can start piano lessons as early as age 5 or 6, but you as a parent will have to enforce the idea of practice, make them stick to a schedule.... Read More

Eric M offers guitar lessons in Glendale, AZ

Eric M

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...My teaching style is very hands on. This is a combination of the Montessori method and Berklee method. Music is like a language. Everyone learns at their own pace and the best way to learn is to DO.... Read More

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Recent Articles from the Musika Blog

Blank Space Chords for Beginner Guitar (Taylor Swift)

...& 6 are the Em chord, Measure 7 & 8 is the G chord. Bridge: An 8-measure section that’s kind of a rap section (rhythmic vocal part over percussion). This is also referred to as the Breakdown (meaning that the band drops out except for the drums and percussion).   Once you become familiar with chord charts, you’ll never want to go back. It’s just easier to see where you’re going when you have a map. And, it’s especially helpful when you’re not familiar with the song or there’s a section of the song that you don’t remember (Bridges and Interludes are notorious... Read More

Basic Music Theory: A Guide to Keys, Chords, Progressions, and More!

...is the one found in the first two notes of the theme from the Star Wars films. Other famous intervals include the minor 2nd found in the Jaws theme, the Tritone found in the theme from The Simpsons, and the Perfect 4th found in the Wedding March. Don’t worry if you don’t know what these interval names mean yet. All you need to know for now is that relationships between notes are called intervals, and that these intervals have special names. When you start to listen to music critically, you’ll begin to pick out intervals once you learn what they sound like. ... Read More

The Truth About Elementary Music

...generally the prerogative of schools to have music as an elective course, and within those contexts many students can only choose one music and/or art elective. This means that many students will not continue music after the last year of their elementary music education, which is generally fifth or sixth grade. Because of the current educational climate, music teachers are tasked with the great responsibility of perhaps being students’ only music teacher… ever! As an elementary music educator, I strive to not only promote musical literacy in my classroom, but also provide a myriad of positive musical experiences that encourage students to be ... Read More

Elements of a Song

...on guitar or piano, but it’s often better to hint or reference chords with a riff or baseline. Whether your chords are right up front or a little more subdued, they contain the genetic makeup of your song, so choose wisely, they’re one of the more important elements of a song. If you’re looking for ways to add more creativity to your song, consider using extended chords and different chord voicings. A simple choice to play a G6 instead of a G major could add a completely new and complex character to the music you’re writing.   Low End   The low end ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for Saxophone: Intermediate Studies in 12 Keys

...on the next chord. It’s much more pleasing to the ear to connect to the next chord via half or whole step. There are many common resolutions, the most common being 7-3 and 3-7. In the example below, I’ve illustrated both of these resolutions. Notice how there is very little movement and no leaps between notes, as there were with the digital patterns. It may not sound interesting on its own. If you can either get someone to play the chords on the piano or find a play-along of “Autumn Leaves”, this exercise will be much more effective. With the ... Read More
Blank Space Chords for Beginner Guitar (Taylor Swift)
Basic Music Theory: A Guide to Keys, Chords, Progressions, and More!
The Truth About Elementary Music
Elements of a Song
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