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Alexis E offers violin lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Alexis E


...My music therapy training gives me a unique approach to education enabling me to tailor all of my students lessons to their personal goals and needs. I enjoy teaching a variety of styles, from classical to contemporary, as well as giving my students performance opportunities to really be able to challenge themselves. ... Read More

Siarra R offers violin lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Siarra R


...I performed in solo competitions regularly, as well as forming my own quartets, duos, and trios of various styles (from bluegrass, to contemporary, to classical). By the time I was 17 I decided I wanted to try teaching, and realized swiftly that I loved it as much as performing. ... Read More

Tori R offers violin lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Tori R


...After graduation, I continued to maintain my home studio where I taught individual lessons, and I also taught elementary orchestra for Chandler Unified. Since having my 2 kids, I teach from home exclusively, and I play in various chamber groups throughout the Valley. ... Read More

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Viva la Vida Chords for Beginner Guitar (Coldplay)

...more percussive feel and will help you create the bouncy groove that makes people tap their feet, bob their heads, and shake their booties. Fret the chord as you normally would. Then, after you strum, release the pressure of your fret-hand without letting go of the chord position. The trick is to maintain contact with the strings as you pulse. Open chords are tricky to pulse because of the open strings. But, keep at it and you’ll find that it’ll quickly become one of your go-to techniques.   Chord Chart I’ve included a Viva la Vida chords chart, which is a simple road map... Read More

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...and rests to help get you started. We’ve added in arrows and beat numbers to help you learn. Remember to rest completely when you see a rest symbol:     When you’re ready, move on to this tougher exercise:   Knowing exactly where the main beats of a measure are is more than half the battle in being able to read rhythms and understand strumming patterns. It’s a good idea to have a pencil out to mark exactly where the beats fall in songs with music notation.   Practice With a Metronome   Once you’ve got a pretty good idea how to read ... Read More

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Basic Saxophone Maintenance: Caring for Your Instrument

...although it does require a bit of troubleshooting to get it perfect. “__ key isn’t working”: If any other key isn’t working, it’s best to take it to your teacher to look at. The saxophone is a complex instrument consisting of a bunch of separate mechanisms. There could be a loose screw, or a bent rod, or a torn pad, etc. Cheaper saxophones tend to have more problems than more expensive saxophone, based on the quality of materials they’re made of. If a key isn’t working, take it to your teacher before bringing it to a repairman. It may be an easy ... Read More

Listening to Jazz: A Beginner's Guide

...In spoken language, which do you think is more important: the ability to read or the ability to communicate?   In my own personal experience, since moving to New York, I’ve read very little music. A huge majority of my gigs are learned by ear. Listening to jazz and other music in a very focused way is necessary to my livelihood.   There are varying degrees of listening to music, but for the sake of this article, I’ll break it down into two categories: active listening and passive listening. Passive listening is what people do most of the time. They turn on ... Read More
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