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Maximino T offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Maximino T

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...My approach to learning an instruments is to have the students learn to play by ear first before they can start learning to read music. I find that most students are able to progress quickly because it frees them to focus on the playing the instruments rather than reading notes. ... Read More

Sydney B offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Sydney B

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...Beginning students I will start off with songs they already love and enjoy. I believe there is a certain energy and passion in learning your favorite songs. ... Read More

Don N offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Don N

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...In addition, becoming a manager of a music school helped me immerse in the music education community. Attending conferences, networking with leading voices in the community has really helped me perfect my teaching method/structure. ... Read More

Gavino C offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Gavino C

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...This video explain perfetcly: https://youtu.be/f2O6mQkFiiw... Read More

Carlos A offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Carlos A

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...I am a passionate and hard working instructor who has a love for teaching music. I graduated from Musicians Institute with both an AA and BM for guitar performance.... Read More

Gust T offers guitar lessons in Orange, CA

Gust T

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...I prefer to create the lessons weekly, and use the idea of theory, harmony, melody and rhythm as a building block in order to enable a student to move at their own pace.... Read More

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...easiest instruments to play on the planet. If you’re looking for a starter instrument for a young child or just something fun to pick up yourself, the ukulele is going to be your best bet for a couple of reasons.   Operated in a similar way to most stringed instruments, the uke’s nylon strings are much easier to hold and press down compared to guitars and basses. In particular, children and even some adults struggle to learn how to play acoustic and electric guitars because it can take weeks or even a month or two to develop protective calluses on fingers, which are... Read More

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...concepts. But while many people know how to play the piano, few can answer “how does a piano work?” To find that out, we have to go back to the piano’s invention in 1700. How The Piano Was Invented   An Italian instrument-maker named Cristofori was responsible for creating the world’s first piano. The first piano was actually more of an adaptation than a completely new invention. He created the first piano by adapting a similar keyed instrument called the harpsichord. The harpsichord is operated with a keyboard just like the piano, but the two instruments couldn’t sound more different. Pianos sound incredibly dynamic and lifelike, while harpsichords sound one-dimensional, stale, and thin. Harpsichords generate sounds by a system that plucks strings ... Read More

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...refer to “pop” as a specific genre under the “popular music” heading. For the purposes of this article, I’ll use the term “pop” to denote music that made it to the Billboard charts. Billboard started charting music popularity statistics around the time rock and other similar genres of music were being established and popularized in the 1940s and 1950s. The role of the saxophone in pop music varies. If we want to go way back in time and define what popular music was, we could say church music was the popular music during the early Renaissance. Or we could say opera was ... Read More

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...so many other media used in the music classroom. As well as playing instruments, students in elementary music classrooms are singing, dancing, improvising, composing, learning about music history and theory, and creating music each and every day in different ways.   Instrumental experiences are often the most popular in our memories and among current students because they most closely resemble the music-ing we are familiar with, and they facilitate observable behaviors. If your child can play “Hot Cross Buns” on the recorder or play a scale on a barred instrument, the performance can be quickly judged as either “good” or “bad”. However, music ... Read More
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