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I'll teach you the essential fundamentals of playing technique that make it so important in learning this behemoth of an instrument. Harmony, bass lines, soloing, thumb position, bowing, learning songs are also covered.
You will learn posture using French or German bow. You will be guided by me through method books and use supplemental materials I create for you to advance. You will learn some jazz styles and how the bass works in a rhythm section. You will learn about chord progressions in songs. I've been teaching upright for 5 years. You will learn to make the bass sing as a solo instrument. Most of my students have gone on to play in jazz combos and trios. I want to be your next instructor.
I played upright bass for WSU in Detroit in their Lab 1 Big Band
My current upright knowledge is mainly in jazz and not orchestra.
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