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Andre M offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Andre M

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...I have toured all over Europe, the US, Panama, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Australia, among other contries. In NY, Ive taught privately as well as in schools. I have also lead workshops and clinics all over the world. ... Read More

Ryan D offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Ryan D

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...That said, there should be a basic interest present. I expect each of my students to have an idea of why they want to play music. Ideally each student should be listening to music and know what he/she likes or dislikes. ... Read More

Summer L offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Summer L

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...I strive to tailor each lesson based on the student's goals and interests and to expose the student to new musical ideas and styles. Lessons will be laid-back, encouraging, and enjoyable, and will help the student progress at a comfortable pace. ... Read More

Brianne F offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Brianne F

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...I am also music curriculum writer working for a small program that teaches classroom music.Currently I teach high school group piano but also have PreK-8 experience teaching general music using the Little Kids Rock Guitar Curriculum... Read More

Dylan D offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Dylan D

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...We've worked with several distinguished record labels and have toured internationally extensively. I am able to teach many different genres, techniques, and skill levels. My approach to music theory can help you to develop a more organic and intuitive approach to playing music!... Read More

Peter K offers guitar lessons in Yonkers, NY

Peter K

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...My name is Peter and I am passionate musician and teacher living in the the Lower Westchester, NY area. I graduated Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Performance for guitar.... Read More

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...a major pentatonic scale.     Minor Pentatonic Scale:           Minor pentatonic scales are also just versions of their minor scale counterparts with a few scale degrees removed. If we remove the 2nd and 6th scale degrees from a natural minor scale, we’ll get a minor pentatonic scale.   Before you make an attempt at soloing, create a warmup for yourself where you play these scales on every fret of the guitar to the steady click of a metronome, and do your best to not pause between scales. This will help you memorize these scale shapes and hone in your attention to... Read More

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...why you’ve decided to be a music teacher! After your application is submitted, a school may require an interview. This is your chance to talk about how excited and eager you are to work with kids and develop their musicianship. Also keep in mind that you’ll likely need to audition to be admitted to a music education program, since you will be a member of the music school and the education school. Take a deep breath and enjoy performing—this is why you want to teach music, to give students the opportunity to perform and share their musical gift.   After you’ve ... Read More

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...loudest of the drums. This is because metal wires (called snares) are stretched across the bottom drum-head, rattling when the top drum-head is struck. A snare drum used in a drum kit usually measures 13 or 14 inches in diameter. Besides striking the drum-head, many players will click the rim with their sticks. This is called a rim-shot. Snare drums are also widely used in marching bands. The second most used drum is the bass drum, or kick drum. The bass drum sits on the floor and is struck with a foot-operated pedal. Its primary function is to keep time; unlike the other drums, it does not have a set pitch. Bass drums vary in size, but the general measurement is 20 inches in ... Read More
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