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Kimberly H offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Kimberly H


...On a personal note, I was married in 2010 and had my first child, a boy, a year later. I live in Northfield but commute up to the Eden Prairie/Chanhassen area for lessons every Monday. ... Read More

Robin M offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Robin M


...Since achieving my degree in teaching kindergarten through 12th grade education, I have worked in Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, and High School settings as well with the elderly. ... Read More

Byron D offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Byron D


...When all technique is based on these instinctive movements then the expression is released. Your creative potential is unlocked. This kind of playing conveys a natural musical authority because it is completely based on your own musical impulses. ... Read More

Kseniya K offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Kseniya K


...My goal is to help you to understand the instrument, answer your questions, help you to be consistent with practicing, prepare for orchestra auditions, and in a long way to further motivate in pursing music lessons.... Read More

Marissa E offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Marissa E


...I have been teaching for over three years and have greatly enjoyed sharing my passion with students. A consistent practice schedule and help from parents is essential to the success of any musician, especially young musicians, and I highly encourage this.... Read More

Dawne E offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Dawne E


...I teach all styles of music for both strings and piano and have had very successful students young and old. Specifically for violin, I teach the Dounis method for more advanced students preparing for auditions, scholarships etc.... Read More

Brenna B offers violin lessons in St Paul , MN

Brenna B


...For beginners, particularly children, I use the Suzuki method due to the emphasis on learning the instrument before learning how to read notes. I do this in part because, regardless of method, listening to experts play pieces that you are working on is a big part of string playing, and the Suzuki method has become standardized enough that the beginner and intermediate pieces have readily available recordings.... Read More

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Chord Substitution

...with both A and E minor 7th chords. The notes in common between chords here are highlighted in red:     ii7 for V7 substitutions-   Composers and songwriters often toy around with substituting the dominant 7th chord with the ii7 chord of a major key. In the key of C major, the dominant 7th chord’s notes are G-B-D-F and the minor second’s are D-F-A-C. This substitution is a great way to subtly defy the listener’s expectations because of the strong and predictable relationship between the V and I chord:     Diminished 7th for Dominant 7th-   This chord substitution is a great way to deliver... Read More

Piano Keys Chart for Beginner Piano Students

...a set of three. On the full keyboard this pattern repeats seven times, hence the seven octaves. Once you know the note names for the 12 keys shown above you’ve learned the entire keyboard!   Accidentals and Enharmonics You may have noticed that some notes have a b or a # next to the letter name. The b represents flat notes and the # represents sharp notes. Music moves in steps going up or down in pitch. When talking about steps, especially in relation to scales, we talk about half steps and whole steps. Sharps and flats raise or lower a note by ... Read More

Suzuki Performance: An Approach to Playing for an Audience

...blends with the idea of cars, hence the ‘highway’ concept.) Keeping your eyes on the Kreisler highway helps keep your bow from yawing sideways on the strings. It also keeps you from being distracted by the puppy trotting into the room, or a sibling using Legos in the corner of the teacher’s studio. Other tips your teacher may give you for a good Suzuki performance are along the lines of ‘practice until you can’t mess up.’ Will you get to do a dry run of your performance? Ask the teacher. If she doesn’t tell you this ahead of time, then you can ask: how ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for the Saxophone: Thinking in 12 Keys

...ears and some people rely more on logic. When I say “logic”, I mean specifically relying on thought more than on your ear. In the case of playing in 12 keys, that would usually mean thinking in terms of scale degrees (in the C scale C=1, D=2; in the F# scale F#=1, G#=2, etc.). In my opinion, it’s most effective to use a combination of both of these methods. People that rely too heavily on their ear can be extremely limited, as they haven’t learned about thinking in 12 keys. What happens when they have to play “Giant Steps” or “Cherokee” at quarter note = 300? Nobody’s mind ... Read More

Cremona Violins: Innovative and Artistic Instruments

...three exams every year, by the restorer and curator of the Stradivari Society. That way, the Society can assure both the lender and the borrower that the instrument has been kept in the best of care. And the number of famous musicians who have been a part of the program is quite impressive – Gil Shaham, Hilary Hahn, and Sarah Chang are just a few of the names on the list. Frequently, the musician who owns or plays the Cremona violin (or viola or cello) leaves his name with his instrument: the Ex-Gingold Stradivarius, for example, was played by Josef Gingold, ... Read More
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Jazz Exercises for the Saxophone: Thinking in 12 Keys
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