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Mary C offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Mary C

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...I like to have the student approach music with joy and curiosity. I like to keep the learning positive and help the students find their voice within music and find what motivates them intrinsically. ... Read More

Lisa T offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Lisa T

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...Upon graduating with a degree in music therapy, I began working as a music therapist on an inpatient psychiatric unit where I worked for 9 years with adults. ... Read More

Eric B offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Eric B

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...I start with the notation and how it relates to the instruments I teach. For the guitar and the Bass guitar I work from the segovia scale fingerings for both the major and minor scales. ... Read More

Amy F offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Amy F

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...My goal is for students to aquire and maintain music as a lifelong companion! The Simply Music method gets students playing songs from a variety of genres right from their very first lesson!... Read More

Emma H offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Emma H

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...It teaches you to conquer fears and express your feelings. Music is also grounding to those who need it. It is my deepest joy to watch students grow as artists and as people through their work.... Read More

Angel S offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Angel S

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...I have been teaching for almost 10 years, in Philadelphia schools such as Olney High School, Nueva Esperanza, AMLA Latin School for The Performing Arts, Taller Puertorriqueo, and Philly Music Lessons.... Read More

Alexi P offers piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Alexi P

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...I'm an award-winning singer and songwriter, but I LOVE to teach! My passion, more than anything else, is making sure that music is enjoyable and students gain a sense of confidence on their instrument.... Read More

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Soloing Over Blues Changes

...presented in this article, and then thoroughly practice the material, you should be able to play a convincing and interesting solo over the blues progression. The blues progression is usually the first “jazz progression” that a young musician learns. A couple of months ago, I accompanied a student recital for an area teacher’s studio. The recital had a bunch of young musicians ranging from age 5 or so to high school seniors. A bunch of the very young pianists were playing the blues and they didn’t even know it. It’s a popular and easy progression, making it a common tool for teaching and learning.... Read More

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...sing the exercise from Step 3 and Step 4 from A3 through your break one more time on an “Ee” vowel. As you sing each phrase, imagine someone squeezing your sides down near your hipbones (low in the torso) like someone would squeeze a plastic ketchup bottle. Using this engagement in the torso, your voice will have the support it needs to carry it through the break without causing any tightness or feeling of pushing in the throat. The sensation in the body while singing the exercise at this point will feel more similar to singing in head voice than in chest voice—this is exactly what you want ... Read More

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...unsure of the lead part. Simply make sure the lead singer knows what his or her line is and that way you’ll know where to begin. The second thing you need to know is what chord you’re starting on. This is vital for obvious reasons. Thirdly, you’ll need to know the I, III, V notes of the chord. Now, here is where it may get a little tricky. Lets take the song Amazing Grace. For this example we’ll be in the key of G. The I, III, V notes are G, B, D. They make a triad or a chord. It is very helpful to have all your major triads memorized ... Read More

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...the flute is less intuitive and therefore it is not an instrument that can easily be self-taught. I would recommend taking flute lessons. A good teacher should be able to teach you: Correct embouchure formation Proper breathing and posture How to develop a solid tone How to hold the flute How to clean your flute Fingerings for notes Different articulation Vibrato How to read music Music theory Musicianship skills How Much you Should Practice the Flute As with any instrument, the flute takes years to master. But consistent and constructive practicing will allow you to advance significantly. For beginning students, try to practice ... Read More

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...By Sarah Hucal A growing number of children and adults gathered on a grassy clearing at the northern end of Morningside Park, the thirty-acre stretch of green between 123rd and 110th Streets in Northwestern Manhattan. It was dusk on a Saturday evening, and residents of both neighborhoods could be seen chatting and laughing while holding either curious-looking musical instruments, or one of many oversized papier-mâché lanterns that appeared to have come straight out of the mythical world of Dr. Seuss. This was the Morningside Lights parade—the culmination a week of puppet-making workshops open to the community, organized by Columbia University’s Miller Theater and Processional Arts Workshop. With the theme ... Read More
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