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Laura R offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Laura R

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...My goal as a music teacher is to provide music to as many individuals as possible. One of my greatest joys is witnessing the moment of musical understanding from students. ... Read More

Steven B offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Steven B

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...I explain to my piano, guitar, voice students in such a way that it really assists them in understanding the process of learning music. We gradually develop one motor skill after another motor skill. ... Read More

Joshua B offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Joshua B

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...After finishing three semesters of Modal Tonal music at Ventura Community College I started teaching part time for the next fifteen years. My longest student has been taking lessons from me for eight years! ... Read More

Brennan K offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Brennan K

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...I continued my studies with Berklee online courses on jazz improvisation, music theory, songwriting, and recording. My musical background includes playing in many different groups over the years;... Read More

Nicolas P offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Nicolas P

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...My last formal experience in my country was as a Music College teacher at Universidad de las Americas in Quito, Ecuador for the last 3 years prior to February 2016, when I decided to come to the USA.... Read More

Kevin Y offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Kevin Y

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...After introducing myself to a guitar, I realized I was also teaching others how to speak a diffrent language through music. Recently I have become a father, and my love for teaching has never been stronger.... Read More

Kenneth L offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Kenneth L

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...My focus with each student is to tune into them in a way that I can then assess their physical, mental and emotional abilities. I ask each student what they want to learn with their instrument.... Read More

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...are extremely soft and quiet. The dampening pads are always resting on the strings unless the piano’s sustain pedal is pressed down. This gives musicians the power to play notes is a long and connected manner.     These adaptations might not seem that important, but they absolutely had a role in changing music forever. Musicians, composers, and performers have been creating interesting music on the piano since its invention, and the musical possibilities this instrument brings are practically endless. Now that you can answer “how does a piano work”, we recommend finding an experienced teacher to help show you how to master this incredible instrument. For more articles about the world of music, check out the Musika Lessons blog.    ... Read More

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...inside of your mouth just above your lips, the way you would when saying the word too. Finding the ideal position for placing the flute on your lips and forming the embouchure can take some time, but be patient and work at it. When you’ve practiced enough, it will become second nature, and you’ll be able to feel in an instant when it’s out of place to create your best sound. Focus and Direction Although you want to keep your mouth relaxed overall, there is what James Galway describes as a balanced tension between your upper and lower lip ... Read More
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