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Lea K offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Lea K

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...Whistler. Music theory is taught using the Master Theory Series by Charles S.Peters and Paul Yoder. Additional Etudes that focus on Bowings, and Double Stops are taught to the more advanced student. ... Read More

Nicholas D offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Nicholas D

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...Most importantly, learning violin should be fun.  In my lessons, my students will find a variety of rhythm games and activities.  I am not just teaching violin, but music as a whole. ... Read More

Nick P offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Nick P

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...I bring an easy-going but focused demeanor to lessons to allow my students to comfortably assimilate the principles of violin technique and develop a love for playing music. ... Read More

Maria R offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Maria R

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...While practice helps, practice never makes perfect... it makes permanent. It is up to the teacher to make sure that the student has all the tools to succeed!... Read More

Yaegy P offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Yaegy P

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...Then, we start with warmups such as open strings and scales. Then, we delve into the homework assigned. Depending on the level of readiness, we might move on or work on some more details such as sound quality or intonation.... Read More

Alyssa B offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Alyssa B

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...I am a focused and enthusiastic instructor who's driven to challenge students while providing a positive and enjoyable experience. I am a violist first and foremost with eleven years of training, in addition to studying piano for thirteen years and violin for five.... Read More

Julia K offers violin lessons in Yonkers, NY

Julia K

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...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! I strive to find an individual approach to each student and it's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace.... Read More

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5 Reasons Why You Should Take Summer Music Lessons

...is the right time for practicing   At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what season you decide to take up music lessons as long as you’re taking the time and energy to develop basic skills on your instrument. Summer music lessons are ideal because of the long days and extra free time, but summer only lasts for a few short months. I recommend getting into a routine of practicing at least three times a week if you’re trying to learn a new instrument. Music lessons will only be effective if you take the time to develop your... Read More

Classical Music in Cartoons: Disney’s Fantasia

...collaboration and trial and error, the three leaders of the project arrived at the following program for Fantasia:   Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach: In Leopold Stokowski’s words to Disney, “The Toccata starts off with three phrases which are like the playing of immense trumpets to call you to attention. For that reason, this composition is a wonderful selection with which to begin your picture.” Nutcracker Suite by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The programmatic nature of Tchaikovsky’s holiday season masterpiece provided a perfect way to feature classical music in cartoons. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Paul Dukas: It was only fitting for ... Read More

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...in first position but will include more arpeggiated melodies with faster rhythms and occasional slurs in a variety of major keys.   Theme From Witches Dance: Paganini (Suzuki Book 2)   Solidifying their skills, students will begin to encounter extended fingerings within first position and more demanding bow technique. In addition to quick string crossings, this next level of cello repertoire will include both slurs and hooked bowings. Students will also start to see accidentals (non-diatonic pitches) and dotted rhythms in their music. Minuet in G: Ludwig van Beethoven (Suzuki Book 3)   In the final stages of introductory cello, ... Read More

Intro to Jazz Bass Technique

...by a pattern. Learn the few variations for an interval shape and you can play any chord or scale directly without music. Here’s a few examples of what I mean (I’ll use the electric bass for the example but it applies to the acoustic bass as well):   Open E string – octave E on the same string at the 12th fret Open E string – octave E on the A string at the 7th fret Open E string – octave E on the D string at the 2nd fret Open E string – octave E on the G string at the ... Read More

Recording a Demo at Home

...are going to burn through money and time until you’re frustrated and overwhelmed. Although the process of recording a demo at home is incredibly time consuming, it can be among the most fun experiences of being a musician so long as you go into it with adequate preparation.         Know exactly what you’re going to record and how I’ve wasted countless hours trying to decide whether I should be recording one song or another. If you’re undecided on what you should or shouldn’t be recording, you’re likely to find yourself starting songs, scrapping them, starting other songs, and wasting hours ... Read More
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