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Anthony T offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Anthony T


...For begining student I typically start with a book called Essential Elements. I supplement some of the things in the book with other literature and hand written exercise to help enhance learning experience. ... Read More

Wayman M offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Wayman M


...My beginners generally start with the "All For Strings" series to obtain the basic elements of violin playing. This curriculum provides students with virtuallly every phase of beginning through intermediate string study. ... Read More

Nathan B offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Nathan B


...This process takes time, and I prefer to work with new students consistently and regularly during the first few months to establish a relationship, discover their individual passion for music and find their unique learning style. ... Read More

Adeline B offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Adeline B


...I was part of the Mclean High School Philharmonic Orchestra and held leadership positions all four years. I have had a lot of orchestral and chamber music experience as I was a first violinist in the American Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in 2017 and now am a first violinist in the Mannes Orchestra and created my own piano trio, The Apollo Trio, my junior year of high school.... Read More

Alan A offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Alan A


...There must be a learning triangle that involved the student, parent(s) and the teacher. If any parts of the communicative triangle are compromised, learning will be difficult.... Read More

Wang L offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Wang L


...I also like to combine some of classical and modern music(like pop music, anime music) for my students, It could help students be motivated to practice and continue to learn.... Read More

Rebecca B offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Rebecca B


...I aim to set a positive and encouraging environment for every lesson. This being said, I try to inspire my students to do their best and to work hard to achieve their goals.... Read More

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Easy Ear Training: Tips for singing Harmony it will help speed along this process. Overtime you will begin to know them like two plus two. The melody starts on the 5th note of the chord. The fifth note of the G chord is D. OK, you have two options now. One can either sing the I which is G or the III which is B. Listen here Audio Sample So, from here you can follow the melody line as it changes by singing either the I, III, or V note of each chord. Typically the melody will fall on the I, III, or V of each chord. As a harmony singer you need to sing one of ... Read More
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