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Marianne P offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Marianne P


...No question is questioned. We enjoy exploring the Language of Music and the requirements of their instrument. Additionally, I have developed a method for addressing Performance Anxiety that has proven effective in any performance situation. ... Read More

Chad H offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Chad H


...Having had the experience of putting in a lot of practice during the week, only to be too tense and nervous during my lesson to play well, I try to make my lessons a place where students can feel calm and relaxed. ... Read More

Aleksandr T offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Aleksandr T


...My teaching experience began in 2010, I have taught children from the age of six to eighteen, beginners to advanced players. I liked to focus on developing: 1) Right relaxed hand/fingers 2 ) Playing with separate hands (to master non legato and then legato 3) To master how to produce beautiful tones and intonation by touching keys 4) Experience different styles of music (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern) ... Read More

Blossom P offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Blossom P


...meticulous,methodical,organized,industrious,enthusiasm especially when it come to providing learning activities to dealing with people especially children in a friendly and professional manners.... Read More

Jenni L offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Jenni L


...I began my music career in Germany when I was 8. Since then a day has rarely gone by where, if I had a piano, I did not practice it.... Read More

Lyra C offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Lyra C


...My teaching experience stems from 5 years ago, where I would share whatever knowledge of music i could with those around me. In those five years I have made it my duty to make myself a resource to all musicians around me.... Read More

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...start again with the middle C note. Skip a whole step and you’ll get D. Skip another one and you’ll get E. From there, move up just a half-step and you’ll get F. Skip three more individual whole-steps to get G, A and B and one more half-step to get back to C. Practice building major scales by trying this pattern out on different keys around the piano.   To build all natural minor scales, you’ll use this pattern:   W-H-W-W-H-W-W   Remember, these formulas construct major and minor scales not just on the piano but in all of music.... Read More

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