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Frederick C offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Frederick C


...Once the notes are know without thought, they will have knowledge of how music is taught in the industry and from lesson plans like Hal Leonard's Essential Elements. ... Read More

Lou D offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Lou D


...For beginning students I try to start with the essentials. It is important for young children to become familiar with the instrument, the proper way to hold an instrument. ... Read More

Kenny R offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Kenny R


...I am very easy to work with and incorporate FUN into my lessons. My primary goal is to see my students enjoying music and liking what they are doing. ... Read More

Sun K offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Sun K


...My specialties/Genres Taught are classical, music theater/Broadway, Jazz, traditional folk songs, church music, Disney. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music!... Read More

Harry W offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Harry W


...As they broaden their knowledge they can take on their favorite pop songs as well as challenging classical pieces and even figure out songs they hear on the radio to play by ear.... Read More

Chun-Ting C offers voice lessons in Woodbridge, VA

Chun-Ting C


...Using techniques rooted in Classical music can enable the student to be able to sing, play or even compose other style of music. I have found that combining the style that the student loves and classical music will motivate them and enable them to be more productive.... Read More

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...back to sub-saharan African musical traditions. Appropriated in New Orleans, It borrows heavily from jazz and Afro-cuban musical ideas.   Funk’s influence on popular music is more apparent than ever in the songs being written and released today. Let’s talk about some examples of syncopated rhythms that are found in popular music today.   “Pumped Up Kicks,” by Foster The People   There was absolutely no way you could avoid hearing this cryptic pop hit after it was released in 2011. This song’s syncopation is mainly found in the hook of the guitar line.   “Money Trees,” by Kendrick Lamar   Known for his impeccable knack for poetic... Read More

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...let’s move on the 3-octave major scale shape. Like the blues scale we just covered, this scale can be moved and adapted to be played in any key on the guitar. If you run out of room up the neck of the guitar, simply play all the notes you can before descending or adapt the scale into a 2-octave major shape. You can borrow notes from this scale to write riffs in major keys.       Modes   All scales are actually defined as modes in music. In our recent article about basic scales, we talked about what modes are and how to ... Read More

Mastering the Cello Repertoire: Twinkle Variations, Dvorak Concerto, and What Lies Between

...step of the way is an invaluable part of the process.   The following section is a condensed catalogue of beginning, intermediate, and advanced pieces from the cello repertoire that students will likely encounter. Keep in mind that this is by no means a comprehensive list, but rather, a snapshot of key pieces that virtually every cellist will play. This collection of works can also serve as a listening guide to spark the interest of young cellists, demonstrating how their hard work will pay off in the future. Beginning Cello Repertoire Twinkle, Twinkle Variations (Suzuki Book 1)   ... Read More

Piano Technique: The Importance of Good Playing Habits

...favors one hand or finger without thinking about it. The Hanon method is a book of 240 intricate exercises that can do a great deal of good for a student wanting to evenly-strengthen their hands and fingers. Strong, flexible fingers are everything when it comes to playing the piano, so it’s massively important that a piano student learns how to play with proper fingering from the very beginning of their lessons.   Posture   Before a student sits down to play, they should set up their piano bench in a way that suits their height and build. Proper posture is ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for the Saxophone: An Introduction to Playing in 12 Keys

...a half step. I’m not sure why. Maybe it fit the vocal range of the singers slightly better? Now, the drummer didn’t need to transpose, the guitar players tuned their guitars down a half step, as did the bass player, and the keyboard player could program his keyboard to play down a half step automatically. As the only pitched, acoustic instrument in the band, I was not able to tune my saxophone down a half step. It was the knowledge, ability, and experience I have playing in 12 keys that allowed me to succeed on that gig. Point being: even if ... Read More
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Writing Guitar Riffs
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Piano Technique: The Importance of Good Playing Habits
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