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Nick S offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Nick S

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...For beginners I do tend to use the Hal Leonard series, but am not limited to just books.  I custom fit teaching styles to every individual need. ... Read More

Mickey G offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Mickey G

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...For beginners I like to start with using John W. Schaum's Music book as well as helping them to learn basic music theory in order to be able to keep time and know how to read music.  I help them to know their music scales so that they know them by heart when playing music.   I also inspire my students to join recitals in school as well as encourage them to practice daily as well as play with others. ... Read More

Nathan B offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Nathan B

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...I am a seasoned musician with a background in muisc starting at the age of 10 when I learned to play the guitar. At the same time I was learning percussion and drums in grade school. ... Read More

Katie N offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Katie N

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...My teaching style is an active andopen learnig environment where I enjoy fostering creativity while reinforcing the discipline required of learning an instrument. I like to see studentsadvancing in performancewhile learnig the fundamenals and basics of musictheory.... Read More

Shannon F offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Shannon F

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...Singers learn to embrace their own voice, not one that is formed through imitation or poor concepts. If you would like to sing as freely as you speak then contact me and let's get to work.... Read More

Joseph O offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

Joseph O

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...Though I feel it is important that each student progress at a pace that it is comfortable for them, I expect each student to put forth the effort.... Read More

John P offers voice lessons in Tampa, FL

John P

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...As I previously mentioned above,I show each student as much as they can pick up.I can show a student just about anything they want to learn,but its really about how much they practice at home that determines their ability.If the student practices a lot we move much quicker and it becomes more fun and challenging.Music is endless and you can never stop learning.they are proving more and more every day how music affects your brain.When you just listen to music,you use every part of your brain.Few things do that.When you play music you are using even more of your brain.... Read More

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...me so____ long to find out, and I found out   (Solo) B—       “1979,” by The Smashing Pumpkins   It only takes a few seconds of listening to “1979” to hear why The Smashing Pumpkins are widely recognized as being one of the most important bands in modern music. During the 90’s, this Chicago-based band took heavy grunge music and expanded it into gorgeous, sprawling songs that are dreamlike in nature. “1979” is one of the best intermediate guitar songs to learn, because it features challenging rhythms and interesting chord shapes up the neck of the guitar. For this song, you’ll need to... Read More

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...be talking about a few music theory terms in this article. If you’re new to that sort of stuff, please check out my other article about music theory for songwriters on the Musika blog.   Start With Chords   Before you think about things like verses, choruses, and intros, get out your instrument and play around with a few chord progressions. This sort of experimenting is how you’ll find out what key and tempo your song will be in. Recording yourself during this process is a good idea so that you can go back and expound on your ideas later. Once ... Read More
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