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Chuck M offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

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...I try to get to know my students in the first few lessons so I can be more sensitive to their personalities. This helps me choose the best teaching approach for them. ... Read More

Marianne P offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Marianne P

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...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

William A offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

William A

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...I encourage my students to give me honest feedback on the material that they are working on. I will often ask them if they like the music they are playing or if they have any specific requests. ... Read More

Aleksandr T offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Aleksandr T

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...I am a very patient, enthusiastic, and encouraging teacher who makes learning music interesting. My goal for students is to help them become well rounded musicians with a love for the art.... Read More

Lee E offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Lee E

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...One has to learn to let the students learn to be independent and properly pick up on the necessary techniques and methods on their own. I realize that this is the only way to truly instruct someone, as the instructor cannot play the instrument for the student.... Read More

Travis M offers piano lessons in Vancouver, WA

Travis M

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...I encourage students to bring songs that they are interested in learning, and also provide plenty of material to get them on their way to undersanding how to navigate both their instrument, and music.... 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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...piano in no time! Piano Keys Chart: The Keyboard   A full piano keyboard consists of 88 keys spanning seven octaves plus a minor third. While every pitch will sound different, the notes repeat in a series ranging from A-G. The distance between a note and the next time that note repeats on the keyboard is called an octave. So, for example, C-C is an octave. On the piano keys chart above, we’ve pulled out a section of the keyboard and labeled all the keys with their letter names. Notice that there are five black keys, broken into a set of two and ... Read More
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