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Evelyn H offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Evelyn H

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...I use the Faber Faber Piano Adventures series, and I also use the Music Tree as well. I enjoy other methods but mostly use them as supplementary material. ... Read More

Conan M offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Conan M

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...For wind instruments, I use the Rubank method books for exercises and whatever band method book is used in the student's school. ... Read More

Jacob S offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Jacob S

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...For piano, I much prefer starting out with basic fundamentals, but not to any specific method, in contrast to brass. I haven't found a method I particularly like, or think is effective, so I usually teach my own method, which is very responsive to what the student needs, while still getting in the basics. ... Read More

Jeanne K offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Jeanne K

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...When I teach teenagers or adults I usually start with Alreds Basic Adult Piano Course Book, as well as a music theory book that is suited to the student.... Read More

Peter B offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Peter B

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...To this end, as we look at songs, techniques, etc., I like to continue to remind the student that everything we do incorporates the basic knowledge that we've acquired.... Read More

Yolandi C offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Yolandi C

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...Therefore, I like to record my students quarterly for a few minutes within a lesson to show the mass amounts of improvement they will accomplish.  It will be my pleasure to work with you. *SPECIAL SHOUT OUT TO MISS ALLIE ON PIANO!... Read More

Frederick G offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Frederick G

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...As I tell my students, the mind is the true instrument. Once they know what the symbols on the chart mean, where their hands have to go, and how a song is supposed to sound, they will have no trouble making music.... Read More

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