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Carolann F offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Carolann F

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...Community Academy of Philadelphia- Creative Expression Teacher: 1 year, 200 students. I currently teach a 7th and 8th grade Music based Humanities course. In this course, I am currently teaching my 200 7th and 8th graders how to play the ukulele using current and past pop, rock, rnb, and hip hop tunes. ... Read More

Michael B offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Michael B

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...This is why students who know what they want to get out of their instrument in advance will have an advantage. For those without a specific style or songs they want to master it's just a matter of finding out what inspires them which I can help them do through various styles of music and repertoire. ... Read More

Scott B offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Scott B

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...I find a balanced approach to studying technique, sight reading, theory and the students favorite songs to be the best recipe for keeping motivated and engaged. Beginning students will use Mel Bay's Modern Guitar Method (Book 1) to get into the basics of these elements down, while learning basic voicings of the most common chords that will allow them to dive into playing some of their favorite songs almost immediately.  Lessons for more advanced students will be tailored to their individual needs, and can cover anything from improvising, to songwriting to learning complicated solos and advanced guitar techniques. ... Read More

Jason S offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Jason S

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... I encourage all my students (no matter what age) to record their own performances and/or music, during both lessons and practice.  I believe that both studying and creating music helps develop a greater passion overall.... Read More

Eric G offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Eric G

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...Music has gotten me to travel all over the world, and perform many different styles of music with great artists from many different backgrounds and for that I am thankful.... Read More

Robert C offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Robert C

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...Being a multi generational musician, it's important to me to teach this great artform and pass it down through generations. I also like to let my students know that "music lasts a lifetime." Because, if my students practice the material five days a week, for a minimum of 30 minutes, their skills as well as confidence will grow.... Read More

David P offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

David P

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...I like to make sure the learning environment is stress free and nonthreatening. I believe the psychology of music is dynamic. My goal is to get teacher and student to always be sensitive to the affective attributes that music has on the listener and the performer.... Read More

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...your right hand won’t have too much work to do either. Here are some links:   Sheet Music Piano Notes Visualization   Lynyrd Skynyrd: “Sweet Home Alabama” (1974)     This classic came to us from the southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1974 as part of its second album, the aptly named “Second Helping.” It reached #8 on U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and ironically, it peaked higher (#6) in Canada—it did have to compete with the likes of Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, and Paul McCartney after all (among others).   The song was not without controversy, but ... Read More
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