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Barbara A offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Barbara A


...I love Faber and Faber for piano. I have several very young students doing the series for preschoolers. These materials are supplemented with Keith Snell's literature books. ... Read More

Josiah J offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Josiah J


...Music lessons are not math class. It is first important to discover what the student is interested in learning. I balance the learning of material that the student is interested in with excercises and other concepts that I know to be important for any musician. ... Read More

Eric N offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Eric N


...Next, I need to know what level guitar player they are. If Im teaching a beginning guitarist, I will typically spend a majority of the lesson utilizing fun methods to build basic technique. ... Read More

Kayla T offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Kayla T


...Because of my extensive classical and jazz training, teaching beginning all the way to advanced students was a pleasure.I have found that every student has their own learning style and that it is my duty as an instructor to adapt to their particular learning style.I pride myself on being a versatile, engaging and personable instructor.... Read More

Timothy M offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Timothy M


...I have taught adults as well as old as 65. Most of my students have wanted to learn non classical music like modern top 40, Mo-Town, Blues, and Jazz.... Read More

Erin W offers guitar lessons in St Louis , MO

Erin W


...My success in teaching has come from helping the student to see the joy and pride that comes from attaining goals they might not have believed possible.... Read More

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...Rigoletto.     Wagner took this trend even further in the latter half of the 19th century, as his operas and arias post-1850 were largely through-composed. If you listen to Parsifal, for instance, you will hear original music at every turn rather than a constant revisiting of previously-sung material.   Parts of an Opera: The Recitative   Recitative refers to the parts of an opera in which a performer imitates the rhythm of the spoken word. Recitative passages are usually sung on a repeated note or just a few notes, and there is no melody. Furthermore, the singer doesn’t repeat... Read More

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...When choosing your first drum set, there are a few things to consider, and some points that can easily be overlooked, but it doesn’t have to be difficult! Here are a few simple guidelines to help you make a decision you won’t regret. What’s in a drum set?   When choosing your first drum set- especially if you’re considering buying used- it’s important to be familiar with its components. The most essential elements of the drum set- for all music that uses it- are the snare, the bass drum, and the hi-hat (for brevity’s sake, I’ll leave explanations of each of these instruments to other posts). ... Read More
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