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Matthew H offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Matthew H

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...I leave the door for communication open, and often ask my students questions. This serves to help them gain their own personal insight on thier progress, and to further develop their independence as a musician. ... Read More

Megan S offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Megan S

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...I am always sure to set realistic goals and recognize accomplishments while still maintaining a disciplined atmosphere. By trying to recognize what inspires each individual, it is much easier to tailor my teaching to their wants and needs. ... Read More

Greg K offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Greg K

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...I have had the pleasure of performing in several different countries and thoroughly enjoy teaching music. I graduated from Baldwin-Wallace University Conservatory of Music. I then received a full assistantship to Youngstown State University to complete my Masters degree in cello performance. ... Read More

Danae A offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Danae A

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...I have been teaching for over 15 years and I love watching students grow in their musical abilities. I get so excited when the passion comes out of them into their playing.... Read More

Brianne C offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Brianne C

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...I am a patient teacher and encourge students to work at their own pace. If we need to spend more time on a certain concept or technique than one lesson allows, we will.... Read More

Erin M offers violin lessons in Akron, OH

Erin M

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...While there, I was also awarded the Graduate Student Instructor position and taught several courses. I am now a member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and enjoy playing professionally as well as teaching from my home in Lakewood, Ohio.... Read More

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...practical for use in bebop music.     Scale Construction   The theory behind the bebop scale seems simple enough. Add an extra note, a passing tone… But someone had to come up with it. And it wasn’t some forward-thinking genius musical scientist who theorized the existence of a bebop scale and then eventually discovered it. It was probably several people at once who just intuitively figured out that it’s an effective scale. Or not even a scale. They just figured out that certain chromatic passing tones worked well over certain chords while improvising. All it took was basic logic (and a lot of playing)... Read More

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...players. For this scale, start by playing the 6th string open and then play the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th frets with your left hand index, middle, ring and pinky fingers. Repeat this process on each string until you reach the 1st string 4th fret, and then come down the neck of the guitar doing everything you just did but in reverse. If you’re playing this scale correctly, your left hand will remain in the same position during the entire scale. This is a great way for guitar students to build up strength, dexterity, and flexibility in their left hand.   Learning how to ... Read More
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