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Robert F offers piano lessons in Peoria, AZ

Robert F

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...Ive been teaching professionally for over 35 years. I'm able to teach a variety of music styles, including: Classical Jazz and Pop. I am comfortable working with students of every age, and work especially well with younger students. ... Read More

Michael P offers piano lessons in Peoria, AZ

Michael P

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...My experience is 45 years. I've taught hundreds of people. Performing over 2000 gigs, I can teach you everything I've learned. You WILL have Fun and accomplish all that you want. ... Read More

Natalya S offers piano lessons in Peoria, AZ

Natalya S

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...All children are different and are progressing at their own pace.Most important for me is to see that they enjoy making music at any level. Another important thing for me is to remind my students to practice with a good posture and poise.This will ensure that they look as a performers and enables them to practice and perform for much longer periods of time. ... Read More

Karen M offers piano lessons in Peoria, AZ

Karen M

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...I also regularly read and attend lectures, conferences, seminars and master classes to always improve my teaching skills. I have been teaching piano and music theory since 1983 and have played professionally.... Read More

Mengyu L offers piano lessons in Peoria, AZ

Mengyu L

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...The most important thing for me is to see my students could find their favorite pieces and develop a passion for music, that's the basis for them to progress at their pace.... Read More

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...the one with the sharps.           Once we’re at the key of G, we’ll add one new sharp for every new key on the circle. Every new key will retain the old sharp we’ve already added. The new sharps that we’ll add are located a half step lower than the note that defines the key signature. For example, starting with the key of G, we’ll add in a note of F#. Then moving on to D, we’ll keep the F# we added and we’ll add a new C#. We’ll do this all the way down till... Read More

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... The Altered Scale   When we listen to, study, or discuss music from a compositional or improvisational standpoint, we frequently talk about a technique called “tension and release”. What this refers to is a method for developing variation in music. It’s an approach to create interest in order to prevent a piece of music, or an improvised solo, from potential monotony; to keep music from being boring. “Tension and release” can be applied to music melodically, harmonically, and rhythmically. A few examples of variation, or polarities, that create “tension and release” are: loud vs. soft (dynamics), high vs. low (range), dense vs. sparse, consonance vs. ... Read More
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