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Eric T offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

Eric T

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...I want to take you in the direction that you want to go. The approach is very hands on, you with your instrument. Music is endless so its important that we focus on direction and goals. ... Read More

Brad A offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

Brad A

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...I find things for them to practice that they enjoy. I have found that if they enjoy the lessons they will be motivated to practice, and they will continue to make measurable progress on their instrument. ... Read More

Samantha H offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

Samantha H

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...Frustration is not my teaching goal for my students. My ultimate goal is to provide my students an engaging and fun way to build the musical tool belt they need to play whatever kind of music they like -- independently. ... Read More

John P offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

John P

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...After that you will continue to learn as you create, study with share with other artists. The curriculum we will use will consist of hand-written sheets I've created to explain basic theory and guitar fretboard knowledge.... Read More

Alison D offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

Alison D

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...So many students give up lessons because they were put on a boring, systematic track that left them with a sour taste in their mouth when it came to lessons (who really likes practicing, right?) I always find ways to make students excited for each lessons, even though it means they'll have to work hard.... Read More

Riley V offers guitar lessons in Olathe, KS

Riley V

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...My background in music and teaching spans a diverse set of styles, and I try to encourage students to broaden their musical horizons by introducing them to music they may not have otherwise heard.... Read More

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Motivating Students

...your lesson that gets your student thinking differently about their instrument. Even doing something as simple as changing the order of what you do in your lesson can have a positive impact on things. Maybe this week you skip the warmup with your vocal student and talk about song lyrics instead. There’s no one way to effectively motivate students, but apathy is your enemy, so make an effort to constantly be doing something new and fresh.   The most important thing   The most important thing about music lessons is, well, the music itself. I know that sounds so obvious, but it’s an easy... Read More

Types of Effects Pedals for Guitar

...effects pedals. The way in which a guitarist uses effects pedals together dictates the sound their pedal board produces. Now that you’re up to speed on what effects pedals are and where they came from, let’s chat a bit about what each pedal does.   Distortion No effects pedal has influenced modern music more than the distortion pedal. Entire genres of music including metal, punk, and grunge rely entirely on the massive, unyielding sound of the distortion pedal. Blues guitarists pioneered guitar distortion by turning up their vacuum-powered amplifiers to screeching loud volumes which effectively distorted the sound. In 2017, some amps are built ... Read More

The Songwriting Process: Finding Your Voice

...due to its sophisticated approach to form, melody, and rhythm.       Form   A song’s form has a huge impact on how it will sound because it dictates how and what musical ideas are presented. Popular songs almost always feature verses that grow into larger, more expansive choruses, but there are plenty of options for adding other sections like intros, interludes, bridges, tags, and endings. Intros are great devices for introducing instrumentation, melodies, and the general tone of a song. In many cases, the intro of a song will feature the same chord structure as the song’s verse or chorus, but that ... Read More

Parts of an Opera: A Quick Beginner's Guide

...which parts of an opera the duet fits into.     Larger ensemble numbers such as trios and quartets take place in opera as well, usually for the sake of the plot. Listen to “Dieu qui fit l’home à ton image” from Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet, for instance, or explore the love triangles in Bellini’s operas (you’ll find plenty of trios there). “Ah! taci ingiusto core” is a famous trio from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, and you can enjoy the “Al suon del tamburo” trio from Verdi’s La Forza del Destino as well.   We hope you have enjoyed our exploration ... Read More

History of the Flute: Antiquity to the Middle Ages

...men during athletics. However, these pipes were most likely reed pipes, and not true flutes. The first true depiction of a flute in Rome is from 169 AD. Stamped on the face of a coin from the Syrian town of Caesarea, the flute shown is even a transverse flute. Etruria Though in general Etruria was less developed than the rest of the Ancient World, it’s actually where one of our clearest and earliest depictions of the flute comes from. The history of the flute in Etruria starts with a relief on an urn from an Etruscan tomb depicting the head and shoulders ... Read More
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