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Conor H offers guitar lessons in Jacksonville, FL

Conor H


...When the student progresses to an intermediate level, or in the event that they're already there, I will direct more attention towards improvisation, which targets the students imagination, improves ear training, and expands the students vocabulary of chord shapes and scale patterns. ... Read More

David W offers guitar lessons in Jacksonville, FL

David W


...One of the early lessons is the importance of practice. He saw for the first time my work ethic and commitment to daily practice. What I learned from the experience is the importance of demonstrating good music study habits and encouraging the students interest in music so that they can continue to grow and enjoy the guitar. ... Read More

Joseph M offers guitar lessons in Jacksonville, FL

Joseph M


...I have been teaching since college when I was 22. I have trained multiple band-mates from scratch. I continue my training on all my instruments and I am considering becoming a music professor at a university eventually and possibly. ... Read More

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...instruments such as piano and guitar, I would think this could be even more difficult with the harp. Anne: Yes, there certainly are fewer harp teachers when compared to many other instruments. I do teach online and have found many students this way. What is your favorite genre to play? Anne: I love playing all kinds of music, especially music that my audience requests, simply because I like the challenge. But I always come back to my original love of playing the kinds of music that was originally written for the Celtic Harp: Renaissance music, Early Music, and Celtic music. What other ... Read More
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