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Judyta M offers piano lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Judyta M

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...I have been teaching the saxophone since 2008, to both kids and adults, beginners and advanced players. I always like to incorporate music theory and aural skills into my lessons as I believe those subjects are a must in becoming a well-rounded musician. ... Read More

Shirley H offers piano lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Shirley H

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...A lesson starts with warm-up and theory assignments being graded. Then proceeds to Songs and review of new material ending on any questions that may be asked. ... Read More

Michael S offers piano lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Michael S

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...I am a unique teacher who realizes that not every student is the same, or wants to learn the same type of music in the same way. ... Read More

Natalya S offers piano lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Natalya S

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...My teaching experience is ever 20 years and dates back to my college days, is has always been my passion as I love working with kids. I taught piano,singing and musicianship privately at several schools in Ukraine and Dubai,guiding many students through successful exams and concert performances.... Read More

Lauren T offers piano lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Lauren T

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...Through experience, I have specialized in teaching to the students needs. I believe that students should be involved in setting goals and deciding what direction their lessons will take.... Read More

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...from church renaissance music and labeled “the chord of the devil.” A tritone is found in the opening melody of the theme song from the show The Simpsons, and it’s an integral part of the dissonance found in diminished and dominant chords. The distance between a C and F# is a tritone.   Perfect 5th (P5) Seven half-steps above root- Theme from the Star Wars movies   Perfect 5ths are the most consonant interval for a reason that can be explained through science. When you play a root note and a 5th above it in unison, it sounds hollow because... Read More

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...make you more frustrated.   Choose Realistic Pieces Remember to choose realistic pieces of music to learn from. This may mean learning Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star before you learn anything else. It also may mean playing that song to the point where you can barely stand to hear it anymore. Everybody has to start at the beginning. Unless you have some strange ability to play the violin that science hasn’t really figured out a way to explain yet, you’re probably going to have to start with learning your scales, learning a few simple songs, and trying to master them. One way to think of this that may make it ... Read More
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