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Sarah W offers violin lessons in Jacksonville, FL

Sarah W


...Classical. Its the most challenging and full of emotions ... Read More

Todd T offers violin lessons in Jacksonville, FL

Todd T


...I like to use a common sense approach with a foundation in music theory to develop the whole musician. I will encourage note reading but will give harmonic context for the singer or keyboardist looking to improve versatility. ... Read More

LaChelle B offers violin lessons in Jacksonville, FL

LaChelle B


...I am a professional level violinist who has been playing for almost ten years. I started my internship in my junior year of high school as a middle school orchestra assistant and I have enjoyed teaching ever since. ... Read More

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Viva la Vida Chords for Beginner Guitar (Coldplay)

...British alternative rock band, Coldplay, recorded the song Viva la Vida for their fourth album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends released in 2008. The song was written by all of the band members and it was released as the second single from the album. Today we’ll learn an easy arrangement of the Viva la Vida chords on acoustic guitar.   Coldplay began their career in the late 1990s as one of the many post-Britpop bands. They quickly emerged as one of the most prominent modern bands in British popular culture and their sound was described as melodic pop with “distorted... Read More

The Benefits of Classical Voice Training

...of pursing singing in college (and eventually as a career). They wisely suggested taking classical singing lessons to help create a strong technical foundation so that I could potentially learn to sing anything I wanted, whether it be opera, musical theatre, pop, or jazz.   I didn’t go into these new voice lessons with the expectation of becoming a classical singer, and my voice teacher never forced that idea on me. Rather, over the course of a couple of years of consistent lessons, I fell in love with classical music and eventually decided that I sang my best when performing ... Read More

Listening to Jazz: A Beginner's Guide

...You can see the piano player signals it’s the end of his solo, something we can see in the video, but should also be able to hear.   4:14 – Trumpet solo begins, drummer goes back to hi-hat, piano player plays chordal textures, intensity drops but not as low as beginning of piano solo. Trumpet uses tons of motivic material, something that Roy Hargrove is a master of.   4:32-4:41 – Listen to this several times. Trumpet is playing great motivic material and leaving space in between for the piano player to respond.   5:07-5:19 – More of Hargrove’s masterful motivic development ... Read More

Flute Embouchure: Developing Your Best Sound you produce notes that are farther and farther apart, there shouldn’t be a noticeable change in sound quality as you change notes. Start again with your best note, playing it as long as you need to in order to form your embouchure to make your ideal sound. Now, instead of moving only a half step, jump a whole step. Play this note until you can match the quality of your first note. Move slowly between the two notes to practice making the adjustments in your embouchure as smooth as possible. When you feel you’ve mastered these two notes, go back ... Read More

How to Write a Song

...and an intense sense of wonder and possibility.   There are common-sense exercises and tools out there for people interested in learning how to write a song. You don’t need to be a virtuoso musician to be a successful songwriter, but, (in my opinion) knowing how to play at least a few chords is hugely helpful in the process of constructing a song from the ground up and really knowing your way around a musical idea. Software like GarageBand is great for folks who don’t know how to play an instrument, as long as you’re creating and arranging original music (in ... Read More
Viva la Vida Chords for Beginner Guitar (Coldplay)
The Benefits of Classical Voice Training
Listening to Jazz: A Beginner's Guide
Flute Embouchure: Developing Your Best Sound
How to Write a Song

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