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Joshua M offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Joshua M

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...I use my own method books alongside other pedagogical resources such as the guitar methods left by Carulli, Carcassi, Sor, Brouwer, and many others. ... Read More

Vincent S offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Vincent S

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...Teaching myself how to play the piano and gutiar. My father taught me methods of how to learn and thats what I use to teach. I gained more experience helping people write essays and do home work. ... Read More

Alex H offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Alex H

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...I am also a firm believer in technology as a tool to enhance music, and incorporate it into my work with notation software and performative technology (HCI). ... Read More

Mallory N offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Mallory N

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...I love being able to send students on their way for the day knowing that they put their best foot forward. Even if they did not come to a lesson prepared, being able to see growth in the small amount of time I'm with them is enough for me.... Read More

Deanna E offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Deanna E

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...My passion for music started when I was 3 years old and continued to develop through my years of study. I know the joy and opportunities studying piano and music afforded me and I cannot wait to share that I have love of music with my students.... Read More

Aliya G offers piano lessons in Winston Salem , NC

Aliya G

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...Results will vary depending on multiple factors. What pace the student is going, how often the student is practicing outside of lessons, how the student participates in the lesson, etc.... Read More

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...than one good chord/scale relationship. For example, the Cmajor(b6) pentatonic sounds good over a Bb13(#11) chord, and also sounds good over an Fminor(major7) chord, and also works over a G13sus(b9).   A useful exercise is to look at a chord and try to figure out which pentatonic scale, or pentatonic scales, would sound good over that chord. Eventually, you’ll be able to do this on the fly.   Scale Patterns   As for practicing pentatonic scales, you can practice them the same way you practice most of your other scales. Think about all your major scale exercises. You can practice pentatonic scales straight, in... Read More

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...be more fun and immediately rewarding. I’ve picked out some easy songs for you to learn in 12 keys. See how your brain works when learning these songs. Try using logic as well as using your ear so that you begin thinking in 12 keys. See which feels more comfortable, but keep trying both methods even after you figure this out. Examples Based on the Major Scale These first few examples are based solely on the major scale. The first two are easy songs everyone knows. The third one is a jazz standard. Many jazz standards, although the harmony may go through many keys, are melodically based on ... Read More

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...the more musical vocabulary they will develop.   Let’s go back to the three year old whose parents wish for him to begin piano lessons ASAP. Indeed, a child at this young age will not be able to play four octave scales in sixteenth note patterns, but he could be placed with a teacher who understands his current stage of cognitive development and focuses on foundational skills in music. This can be done through a number of ways, whether game based or purely exploratory. These early experiences provide an entry point from which young musicians blossom.   If you were to take ... Read More
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