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Nicholas E offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Nicholas E

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...My job is to make the student love and eager to play music. That has - hands down - been the best method to encourage students to practice their instrument in my experience. ... Read More

Jonathan E offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Jonathan E

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...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing my students' develop a passion for music. I like to let students develop at their own pace. Realistic goals are set, and we work to meet them with each lesson. ... Read More

Nicholas V offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Nicholas V

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...My methods used all depend on the student. I like to assess the students intentions with the instrument as well as their skill level before creating a unique lesson plan to help them progress efficiently while still enjoying the same eagerness to learn as they did in their first lesson. ... Read More

Taylor C offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Taylor C

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...I try to make my lessons as fun as possible so the child grows up with music as a fun, artistic outlet.  For students who already have knowledge on their instrument or who are adults, I aim to find what the student is interested in, and adjust my instruction accordingly.... Read More

Jordan T offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Jordan T

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...The first thing I do when teaching a student is to learn what musical goals and aspirations the student may have. Then, depending on age and experience, I build a custom program for the student, which may include using various books, resources, and even materials which I have created.... Read More

Megan G offers piano lessons in Denver, CO

Megan G

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...Music can lead to better grades in school, higher memory retention, and an improved sense of discipline and responsibility, but I believe that that all stems in the fun factor that music provides.... Read More

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...how the rhythm is organized. If you’re new to trying to play by ear, it’s a good idea to start with music that features conventional time signatures (4/4, 3/4, etc). Your main goal here should be to find where the strong beats are. Are the beats grouped in fours? Then the music you’re listening to is probably in the time signature of 4/4. Are they grouped in threes? Then you may be hearing music written in 3/4 or even 6/8 depending on the speed and feel of the music. Try to determine the tempo (speed) of what you’re listening to so you... Read More

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...I had a brother at Khe Sahn Fighting off the Viet Cong E They’re still there, he’s all gone B He had a woman he loved in Saigon | E | E | E | E | I got a picture of him in her arms now B Down in the shadow of the penitentiary Out by the gas fires of the refinery E I’m ten years burning down the road Nowhere to run ain’t got nowhere to go [Chorus] B Born in the U.S.A., I was born in the U.S.A. E B Born in the U.S.A., I’m a long gone Daddy in the U.S.A. ... Read More

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...of alternate changes written. I’ve written out a few examples of other rhythm changes progressions. I’ll go over some alternate changes for the ‘A’ section, followed by the ‘B’ section:     This is the progression used above, for comparison’s sake.     This example shows where you can place a passing diminished chord. The first two bars are a very common substitution. The sixth bar uses the same passing diminished chord that we went over in the blues to get from IV to I. I changed the fifth bar to a ii-V. Virtually any time there is a dominant ... Read More

Tips for Keeping Your New Year's Resolution to Learn an Instrument

...better. When you’re juggling an already busy schedule, picking a time and setting it aside helps make practicing a habit. It also helps with fighting procrastination! Sit down once per week and plan when you’re going to practice during the upcoming week. Write it into your calendar or planner so that it’s part of your daily schedule and you can’t avoid it. If you don’t keep a written or digital calendar, try setting alerts on your phone or computer. Do Mental Practice Sitting down and formally practicing your instrument is the main way to improve, but mental or informal practicing is also a useful tool. If you commute to work ... Read More

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...Have you ever tried to sing harmony and didn’t know where to start? Did you feel awkward when you had a hard time finding your starting pitch? Singing harmony can be tricky at first and can often make a musician feeling vulnerable. It takes a little practice and a little patience but once you can start singing harmony it’s a very powerful tool you can use in your bag of tricks as a musician. Everyone has a voice and I feel everyone can learn to sing at some level. Now, if you’ve been playing music for awhile learning to sing harmony won’t be as hard as it seems. You’ll begin to ... Read More
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