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Alanna W offers piano lessons in St Paul , MN

Alanna W

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...I have worked, in the past with students that were younger and those that are more advanced in age. I approach each lesson with the indiviuals focus in mind. ... Read More

Jacob A offers piano lessons in St Paul , MN

Jacob A

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...It is often difficult to choose just the right method book for each student. I most often choose the Alfred series for both beginner's and adults, as I like how in that series the student not only develops the necessary skills but also learns about how music works. ... Read More

Deanna D offers piano lessons in St Paul , MN

Deanna D

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...I love the art of communicating or telling a story through music. I am a professional performer and vocal instructor, and have sung on professional stages such as Mount Baker Theater's repertory theater and the Whatcom Symphony opera series in Bellingham, Washington. ... Read More

Caitlin P offers piano lessons in St Paul , MN

Caitlin P

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...I feel that listening to music thoughtfully is equally important when it comes to learning an instrument. It is my goal with every student to not just develop a passion for playing, but a passion for the language and art of music.... Read More

Tracy C offers piano lessons in St Paul , MN

Tracy C

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...I am very good at personalizing lessons to fit students' interests and needs. I feel it is important to allow each student to learn at his or her own pace.... Read More

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...other important elements of the song to be heard.   A Major 6th Interval: Dream pop band Beach House’s guitar parts rarely feature strummed chords. Their phenomenal 2010 song “Zebra” uses patterns of major and minor 6th intervals in an interesting way:     Stick To Conventional Tempos and Time Signatures   In addition to song forms, indie guitar music typically adheres to conventional tempos and time signatures. As opposed to math rock and metal, songwriters in the indie genre tend to use predictable rhythms as a vehicle for creativity in their music. You don’t find lots of examples of mixed meter or blazingly fast guitar playing... Read More

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...French Standard “Beau soir” by Claude Debussy “Après un rêve” by Gabriel Fauré   The English Standard “Sure on this shining night” by Samuel Barber “Love’s Philosophy” by Roger Quilter   The Operatic Standard “Ach, ich fühl’s” from The Magic Flute by W.A. Mozart (German) “V’adoro pupille” from Julius Caesar by George Frideric Handel (Italian) “Je veux vivre” from Romeo and Juliet by Charles Francois Gounod (French) “Fair Robin I love” from Tartuffe by Kirke Mechem (English)   The Singing-Actor “Deh vieni, non tardar” from The Marriage of Figaro by W.A. Mozart (Italian) ... Read More

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...in jazz and pop music. Again, this piano chord chart will look very similar to the C Major example above, just with the added B or Major 7th.     Major 6th Chords   These chords are a favorite among songwriters and composers because they are can be heard as both Major and Minor chords. For example, a C Major 6th chord is made up of the notes C-E-G-A, and an A Minor 6th chord is made up of the notes A-C-E-G, the same notes but in a different order (we’d call that a chord inversion in music theory). Major 6th chords are built ... Read More

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...in mind when transitioning into technical exercises. You’re not going to go straight into playing your most complex technical exercise at the fastest tempo possible. Forget about injuring yourself. You probably won’t even be able to do it. By easing into more complex exercises, you will have a better chance of ultimately being successful with your more complex material.   Examples of technical saxophone warm-ups can include playing through scales, arpeggios, intervals, etc. I’ve written out a few basic exercises that can serve as potential saxophone warm-ups. Once again, these are just examples. They can give you an idea of exercises ... Read More

Jazz Scales: The Whole Tone Scale

...The twelve bar blues progression in its simplest form is comprised of all dominant chords. I would suggest practicing a bunch of whole tone exercises over blues to get the sound into your ear. A harmonically altered version of the blues progression you can practice over would look something like: Also, there’s a very popular jazz standard called “Stella By Starlight” that specifically uses a dominant seventh with a sharp five chord. The first chord of the bridge (bar 17 of the form) is especially striking because of this, and it’s the perfect place to use the whole tone scale. I’ve written ... Read More
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