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Phillip G offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Phillip G

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...Every student has different goals in their music lessons. I aim to create a fun and safe learning environment that doesn't put unnecessary pressure on students. No matter what one teaches, the burden to learn ultimately lies on the student. ... Read More

Paolo R offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Paolo R

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...Lastly, I don't beleive there are any right, or wrong ways of teaching or going about music as long as an individual feels engaged and is hungry for the next tidbit ofknowledge. ... Read More

Gregg R offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Gregg R

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...I love music so much, that teaching it too is rewarding. I have the ability to customize my lessons for each student, as they sometimes process musical information differently. ... Read More

Alan U offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Alan U

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...My students take music at their own pace, and on their own terms. Whatever you want out of our lessons is what you will get, and though I expect regular improvement, I don't push students beyond their limits.... Read More

Marcelle C offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Marcelle C

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...Clapping the student Improvement of the natural skills Recognizing their own struggles Books and handbooks Different authors need to be used It is important to consult and follow several books and handbooks because of The different perspective each one is bringing to us.... Read More

Sam L offers guitar lessons in Worcester, MA

Sam L

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...I'm very nice and patient with students, but I'm also very sink-or-swim. For example, if a student is trying to play a melody they know, I won't simply write it out for them and have them recite it: I'll push them to figure it out themselves and develop their ear.... Read More

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...– is really the best way to iron a skill into your mind. And, it’s just good life experience. There’s nothing like reaching the second to last repetition, and bombing it, and starting over. Life lesson – if you can survive repeating this exercise over at age six, then you can probably survive other disappointments that happen later in life.   Scheduling… and Breaks… and Dangers Getting back to the daily practice theme, it is a good idea to have a set schedule for your practice time. For some families, practicing first thing in the morning is the best way to fit it all in. ... Read More
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