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Sarah W offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Sarah W

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...Understanding how to read music and music theory are very important when learning any instrument. Student will be able to play any and all kinds of music if note reading has been taught. ... Read More

Allison M offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Allison M

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...A Suzuki trained violinist myself, I use the Suzuki method as a foundation for all studies and supplements various forms of traditional methodology into my teaching. I regularly utilize the Franz Wohlfhart etude studies and Harvey Whistler position books. ... Read More

Erick V offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Erick V

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...I have been teaching privately for three years. In my time teaching I have learned that the fundamentals of playing an intrument is one of the biggest obstacles to overcome. ... Read More

Todd T offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Todd T

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...I enjoy working with students of all ages. I have travelled around the world singing in a variety of groups including classical, opera, gospel, pop and many other styles.... Read More

Jimmy B offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Jimmy B

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...My methods are widespread from conventional and modern methods using a combination of note reading, Improvisation using the Larry Carlton method and the Oscar Peterson Piano methodology.... Read More

LaChelle B offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

LaChelle B

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...I enjoy teaching and I want my students to enjoy learning from me. I have a huge passion for music making and I am willing to accommodate students as best as I can and assist them to do the best they can do.... Read More

Alyssa J offers violin lessons in Hialeah, FL

Alyssa J

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...All of my students can expect to participate in the hundred-day practice method, which requires practice each and everyday (even if it is just scales or review).... Read More

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...“Mezzo Forte” or moderately loud. The Mezzo dynamic marking helps to add nuance and control into a piece of music. Think of it as the brakes on a car. Playing anything with too much or not enough volume or power could ruin a piece of music. The Mezzo dynamic marking helps to inject thoughtful moderation into a musician’s performance.   CRESCENDO   The term “Crescendo” has jumped off the music stand a found a wider use within the American vernacular, but for musical purposes, it simply refers to a section of music that gets gradually louder. This dynamic marking is ... Read More
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