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...the very first thing i do when i meet a new student is ask them what they like and what they know before i continue any further. if i can approach the subject of disciplined performance with an instrument to someone who knows nothing about how to even sit still, i might have to get through to them some other way. the real first step they must take from me is understanding the core twelve notes and how they chromatically loop. then i show them how the notes interact with one another as chords, establishing mental connections of harmony and disharmonious frequencies. this is all assuming i'm teaching a child. for adults, i more so approach the question of "what and who are you planning to play for" as the subject in mind. they must be aware that music is a serious and all-encompassing life decision. they have to maintain strict discipline to learn at their age, especially to keep up with the youth who have lived knowing the information for much longer and will be in competition with them if they so choose to be in practicing business. ... Read More
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