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Michelle G offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Michelle G

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...Lessons are uniquely tailored to the students' goals, be it to become functional with an instrument or to dominate at an audition. We will go through warm-ups that will place emphasis on technique, explore various methods so that the student may decide which one gets them the best result, and then work through the repertoire not only for proficiency, but also for interpretation, precise yet passionate phrasing, and of course, to discover the joy of performing/playing Music. ... Read More

Travis H offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Travis H

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...Developing good fundamentals is a big part of how I teach, students end up progressing faster with a solid grasp of the fundamentals. I also cater to what the student is interested in, and introduce repertoire that reflects what they would enjoy playing, in addition to the technical repertoire that I have students play. ... Read More

Spencer T offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Spencer T

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...For beginning students that have already been studying through a school program or are already working with instructional material, I am more than happy to jump in and tailor my instruction accordingly. ... Read More

Daniel C offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Daniel C

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...I use the Suzuki Beginning books for cello and double bass students. For guitar and bass guitar, I use Hal Leornard's Essential Elements. The easy-to-understand and interactive nature of the Essential Elements books make them a great teaching tool.... Read More

Gregory O offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Gregory O

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...My style is mainly classical/orchestral, but I'm also experienced in jazz, rock, and reggae. I love to perform, and I also enjoy teaching students from when they're first starting how to read and play music to continuing to get better as musicians.... Read More

Linda L offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Linda L

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...I require practice at least 4 days a week to ensure progress. For preschool age children, I use the Wunderkeys method. I seek to minimize frustration, encourage students to e-mail with questions, use games as a learning tool and assign pieces they like and pieces that are standard repertoire.... Read More

Joseph M offers violin lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Joseph M

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...Of course, that's not always the case and that is always fine too. Sometimes not everyone is riding the same wave. During our first lesson, we will discuss your goals.... Read More

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How To Sing And Play Piano At the Same Time

...play C and F major chords in one hand with half notes while singing the chord names in quarter notes. Feel free to experiment with different combinations of rhythms to sing and play with when you feel ready.       Now that you’ve worked on creating independence between your voice and hands we can add an actual vocal melody into the exercise. Singing over the same C and F major chords, you’ll now sing a simple 4-note melody. For these notes you can sing “Do-Re-Mi-Re” or any other syllables you prefer. Feel free to experiment as you gain confidence.   Vocal Melody (played over... Read More

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...often jump up and sing the high part. I’ve found it is a lot easier to sing higher than lower. And that’s because you can often get more volume when you sing high. Singing low you might have a hard time hearing yourself and you will need to use more breath for support One thing to help your harmony singing skills is to begin understanding and recognizing intervals. This will really begin to strengthen your ear! One trick is to match certain intervals with popular tunes. I will give just a couple examples here. Audio Sample There are many things to consider when singing harmony with others but I encourage you ... Read More

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...Intermediate Rhythm This is an intermediate rhythm guitar lesson for the song “Roll in my Sweet Baby’s Arms.” This will involve bass runs to each chord, hammer-ons and pull-offs, and a more in-depth look at the G-run. One of the best parts about this lesson is once your comfortable with the bass runs and places to insert the G-run, you can use these in other songs in the key of G. Here are a few things to focus on during this lesson. 1. Make sure you master the first two measures. It can easily be over looked but it will set the tone for the rest of the piece. People often mess up ... Read More
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