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Kasey K offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Kasey K


...I've had great sucess and am well traveled when it comes to music. From symphonies to quartets, jazz ensembles to rock bands, I've done it all. I'm a recent Texas transplant and I really excited to begin working! ... Read More

Shabria R offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Shabria R


...I have been playing viola for almost 20 years and each day I grow more and more passionate for my instrument. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and began my musical studies on viola at the age 4. ... Read More

Joanna S offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Joanna S


...I often ask them if they are ready to move on, or if they want to spend more time working on specific pieces or exercises. This helps them become more confident in their skill, and keeps them from feeling overwhelmed. ... Read More

Josh H offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Josh H


...I had around 20 students I taught on a weekly basis ranging from the ages of 4 to 60; the majority being on the younger side. However, I think its never too late to learn an instrument!... Read More

Abigail M offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Abigail M


...It is important that each student progresses at their own pace, so I craft custom lessons for each of my students, making sure that whatever their ability level, they are learning to have a passion for music.... Read More

Marcela C offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX

Marcela C


...Quality over quantity: If you practice a passage 20 times, and out of those 20 15 were not accurate, let's say out of tune or just not clean, then you wasted your time my friend.... Read More

JENE W offers violin lessons in Arlington, TX



...Acknowledging and celebrating even the smallest wins is what brings the most joy in my tutoring sessions. Progress is kept and measured via video logs that are shared with the student along their music journey.... Read More

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...devices that provide tension and drama within the sonic story of a piece of music. Composers don’t use accidentals in music, rather they write melodies and chord progressions that sound good or interesting to them. We can use various music theory ideas like accidentals to explain what they’ve done and perhaps why they made the choices they made.     Put What You Know Into Practice   Now that you know how accidentals operate within music, try analyzing different pieces of music and see if you can identify notes that are played outside of the key. This shouldn’t be difficult, because all you’ll need to do is look for flats, sharps, and natural signs.... Read More

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...Dm chord on beat 1 of the next measure. Add a percussive strum on beat 2 Switch to the Bb on the “and” of 2. Add a percussive strum on beat 4. Aim for keeping a steady rhythm throughout.   Basic Fingerstyle Technique   I’m Not the Only One is perfect for beginning fingerstyle players. The right hand is notated as follows: P = Thumb I = Index M = Middle A = Ring   I find that using a pick to strum the chords can be a little too harsh sounding for the mood of this tune. For that reason, I suggest ... Read More

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...great understanding of Music Theory, particularly in relation to harmony. Each chord is not its own entity; chords are not isolated or random. There are pre-dominants, dominants, and tonics. Jazz musicians understand this because they have to. This is a necessary part of being a great improviser.   With the digital pattern exercises, we were treating each chord as its own thing. Practicing digital patterns can feel like a tedious process and doesn’t sound very inspiring or interesting, but it’s a necessary first step. You need some understanding of vocabulary before you can begin to understand syntax. After understanding each ... Read More

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...should expect a lot of frustration and uncertainty in your practice if you ever decide to take it seriously. Take some time and ask yourself what it is you expect to get out of writing music. Your intention might just be the thing that sustains you through the ups and downs of songwriting. Practice will make you better, but there’s never a guarantee that your efforts will get what you want if your intention is to make money or to attain notoriety or acclaim from writing songs. If you love writing music, then the process of writing a song will be ... Read More
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