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Featured Piano Teachers Near Escondido, CA

Lori B offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Lori B


... I have operated my private independent piano studio in the San Clemente, CA area for more than 35 years. ... Read More

Steven B offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Steven B


...The motor skills of playing piano or guitar are on the automatic pilot if you are going to sing on top. It is so rewarding to me when I hear students discovery, playing piano and singing, or playing guitar and singing their favorite song! ... Read More

Matt S offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Matt S


... I'm very comfortable teaching young kids as well, although sometimes lessons need to be shortened (but more frequently) for optimal progress to be made. 30 minutes, 2 times a week, would be a much more progressive and fun schedule for the little people:) ... Read More

David R offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

David R


...I had started teaching music to my fellow peers in high school as a school project, and since then have been teaching privately to all ages and skill levels, as well as afterschool arts programs and guitar shops around San Diego.... Read More

Ruben M offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Ruben M


...Along with the act of teaching and the enjoyment of music, Im a huge fan of tasty food, learning new things, and exploring the world around me.... Read More

Emily B offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Emily B


...I provide a warm and positive learning environment for students. I believe students learn best when they are unafraid to make mistakes or try new things, and are rewarded for their efforts.... Read More

Gary B offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Gary B


...I believe students should gain a limited orientation to the world of music to identify current artists, genres, and the structures of musical styles popular today. This is accomplished by introducing a play list for listening and learning.... Read More

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...  In late June, there’s a national average of about 15 hours of daylight per day. Compare that to early January’s meager average of nine hours of daylight per day and you’ll get another really good reason why you should take summer music lessons. Daylight is proven to increase our productivity and capacity for learning, so the extra hours of daylight during the summer will do a lot in the way of helping you to focus, learn, and thrive in your music lessons.   But even aside from the extra hours of daylight, the summer just seems to be the... Read More

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...of your daily warm-up routine. Long tones help warm up the instrument and, long-term, they help to strengthen your embouchure. You want to start in the middle register of the saxophone. You want to do this because the notes in the middle register (G to G) are the easiest to play and they put the least amount of exertion on the reed. To benefit the most from long tones, you want to pay attention to what you’re doing. If you’re not paying attention, if you’re just “phoning it in”, your instrument will get warm, but you won’t get the maximum benefit ... Read More

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...continuous phrase in a descending 5-note scale (Sol-Fa-Mi-Re-Do in solfege), beginning in the middle of the vocal range and moving either up or down by half step, depending on the singer’s preference.   Ex: A4 – G4 – F#4 – E4 – D4 (Sol Fa Mi Re Do) Chromatic Scales A chromatic scale consists of a series of notes that move entirely by half step. For example, an ascending 5-note chromatic scale beginning on C would include: C – C# – D – D# – E. Chromatic scales are tricky to keep in tune, and since ... Read More

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...perspective into their thoughts, views, and ideas. Understandably, this can leave a songwriter feeling vulnerable and sometimes hesitant. If you’re foreign to the lyric-writing process, I suggest writing something ridiculous to start. Writing something silly is a low pressure way to hone in your writing skills. Once you’re ready to write something more serious, take the time to find out what’s meaningful to you. Pop music lyrics aren’t just about love. Religion, death, money, politics and geography are topics frequently covered in Pop music. Jot down your ideas and start setting some words to music.     Not every songwriter is a lyricist! ... Read More
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