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The Musical Sound:
Melody, Rhythm, Harmony
The Esthetic Laws
Melodic & Harmonic Intervals
Major, Minor Keys
Eolic, Harmonic, Melodic Minor Scales
The Staff and Musical Signs
Harmonic Relation between Chords
Root position, 1rst., 2dn. and 3rd inversion of Chords
Majors, Minors, Dim, Aug., Dominant 7, Major Seven, Minor Seven, Six/Nine, Suspended, Augmented, Sharped & Flatted Chords
The Art of Melodic and Rhythmic Music Reading
About Raymond (Remi)
I am a qualified multilingual Music Instructor.
I have performed as a guitarist with several orchestras, musical groups, bands and as classical guitar soloist I have given numerous recitals and concerts.
I have worked as a Music Educator at the Social & Pedagogic Academic Institutes teaching pedagogic & didactic principles to teachers and at the same time I have been teaching classical and popular guitar at all levels
I wrote two guitar methods "MELODIC GUITAR" for beginners from 7 years of age and up, which has been translated from Papiamentu into the English and Spanish languages and "MELODIC GUITAR 2" which has been translated from Papiamentu into English.
Although my music background is classical, I play and teach popular music, which I appreciate.
Just to mention a few famous guitarists who's styles appeal to me: Carlos Santana, George Benson, Paco de Lucia, Julian Bream.
I also teach electrical and acoustic guitar, bass-guitar, piano/keyboard, ukulele, Venezuelan & PR cuatro, songwriting and music theory.
Music is an International language; a way to express inner feelings!
And Teaching it, is my passion!
*** Lesson Details ***
Studying with me will be more than moments of instruction and learning.
In addition to acquiring musical knowledge and technical skills, each class is really a musical experience.
The dynamic during class is focused on making music and in having fun, developing new technical skills and reaching your goals!
The Students will be constantly experimenting with various aspects of music: the Melody, Harmony, and Rhythm. I will be at all moments musically accompanying the student, developing his or her musical hearing pitch, musical aesthetic values, creativity, and artistic expression.
I offer quality Music Lessons!
*** Studio Equipment ***
A Studio equipped with comfortable chairs, desk, keyboards, guitars, white board, music stands, amplifier,
Parents can sit in on lessons
*** Specialties ***
Classial, Popular and Latin Music
All lessons must be cancelled with at least 24 hours notice, without exception
· Ukulele · Online
· Ukulele · Online
· Piano · In studio
Raymond (Remi) L.
Raymond (Remi) L.
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I will be teaching students how to read music. This involves reading rhythms and pitches.
· Drum · In studio
· Percussion · In studio
· Drum · In home
My goal is to be able to increase the knowledge of the student. Whether the student is a music major or not, I am here to help the student understand how to read music, such as, understanding time signatures, note value, clef reading, and meters. The student can also be tutored through memorizing major scales, minor scales, order of sharps and flats, modes, and chord qualities. Depending on what level the student is at, will determine the curriculum I create for the student.
My name is Marissa, and I play flute and bass guitar. I am currently a student at Florida State College at Jacksonville, and I'm majoring in Music Education. I have performed in many school-related concerts and competitions, but I also perform live outside of school boundaries. I teach students age 5+ and design lesson plans based on each individual student to maximize his or her success.
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I will help my students with the musical alphabet and basic notation to jazz chords and harmony, to analyzing classical pieces. Learning music theory can seem daunting and very difficult at times. But I will help each of my students find a way that makes sense to them!
· Singing · In studio
Harmonic progressions, basic intervals, analysis of music pieces and much more.
· Piano · In studio
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I met Dave in my music theory class at Ex'pression college. He's the reason why I'm making music today. I went from not knowing a thing about mu
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Thank you Julie for instruction and the pleasure of learning. :)"
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