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Kimberly H offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Kimberly H

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...I try to strike a balance between music lessons being serious and being fun. I expect my students to practice almost every day and I expect that the parents will be part of keeping them accountable for scheduling that practicing. ... Read More

Jesse K offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Jesse K

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...I have played classical, jazz, rock, reggae, and funk music on stages around the world. Currently I can be found gigging several nights a week around the Minneapolis area's finest venues, such as: the Fine Line, Famous Daves, and the Dakota. ... Read More

Steve H offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Steve H

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...A priority of mine is to emphasize both note reading and playing by ear. Rock guitarists often do not read very much and learn to copy recordings, while students on band instruments often focus heavily on reading and do not learn to play expressively without sheet music. ... Read More

Kelly B offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Kelly B

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...I have toured with various groups and recorded several albums. I am constantly learning new things on the guitar and mandolin. I am classically trained but also study various forms of popular music.... Read More

Louis P offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Louis P

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...I began taking classical lessons on piano at age six, and later upright bass at eight (guitar being a venture on my own accord that began somewhere in between).... Read More

Raphael P offers guitar lessons in St Paul , MN

Raphael P

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...I am straight-forward with my students. I address the issues right away and reference the correct methods. I will explain the answer until the student understands. I will take my time to explain the issue and get creative until we both are on the same page.... Read More

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Beginning Jazz Piano: Getting Started with Chords and Lead Sheets

...spots around the keyboard.     Now let’s go through how to build Diminished chords. Go back to Middle C and build a C Minor chord. With your pinky, move down to a Gb. The interval between C and Gb is a Tritone, and it provides the dissonance you hear in diminished chords. All Diminished chords are built off of a formula of the root-minor 3rd-Tritone (which is six half steps away from the root). Try playing Diminished chords at different spots around the piano.   Extended Chords   Once you know how to build basic chords, you’ll need to understand extended... Read More

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...the ii-V-I progression wherever you can find it (which will be many places). I highly recommend using the digital patterns, the common resolutions, and a combination of these two approaches over several jazz standards. For starters, I recommend playing over the blues, any rhythm changes (“I Got Rhythm”), “Autumn Leaves”, “How High the Moon”, “Solar”, and, if you’re looking for a challenge, “Cherokee”. These tunes are filled with ii-V-Is. “Cherokee” hits seven keys in one song.     Another way to practice the digital patterns and common resolutions over the ii-V-I progression is to run through the ii-V-I progression in ... Read More
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