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Clarksville, TN

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This course can be set up as a home-school credit or simply to help you understand how music works. All music in its basic form is a set of patterns. Learn how to hear and understand these patterns to improve yourself as a musician.

About Gabriel
My name is Gabriel. I have been playing and teaching for over 30 years both piano and Voice, Theater, Songwriting and so much more. As a Music Major and Christian Education major at Johnson Bible College I not only learned the skills needed to be a musician but also how to teach what I had learned.

As a Student you will find that learning to play and sing can be fun and easy. I always make my lessons enjoyable and I add humor, games and other instruments to enhance your learning experience.

I am both a musician and song writer. I have a great time teaching and work great with both Children and adults. I love it when working with people and that "Light" comes on when they realize "I really learned something." I live for those moments.

I have worked with students of all levels. I even work with children with special nee
ds. So no matter what you would like to do with your music, play for enjoyment, compose music, sing, for church or professionally I can help you get there.

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The lessons I teach are fun and educational. No matter who you are I am able to teach you.
I do not teach traditional piano. Why? Because most people are unable to play this style due to issues with eye hand coordination. The Method I teach "Chord Percussion Style" teaches a strong foundation in piano basics backed by a Strong Music Theory base. I have yet to find anyone who has not been able to learn with this method.
For voice I teach natural voice as opposed to Head Voice. This allows the student to learn to sing in a solo or group setting. You will be amazed at the difference a few adjustments can make in your voice. So as you continue your lessons with us you will see constant improvement.
On top of Voice and Piano I can help you learn to write your own music. Using the theory that you use you will learn to start to piece music together.
Guitar lessons start with Rhythm Guitar and then move into solos, scales, Barre chords, "Shredding" and more.
Drums we start with basic drumming techniques and move into rock, Latin and more beats and fills.
Theater and performance classes include audition prep, career path and we help you set up a portfolio including a resume and headshots for any auditions.

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Keyboard - Roland Weighted Keys
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Bongos
Guitar
Digital Recording
Drums

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I teach Chord Percussion Style which is based on the use of chords and strong piano fundamentals and mixed with in-depth Music Theory and percussion technique. Super Fun for all ages!
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John H. February 22, 2018
· Speaking Voice · In studio
Great
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Cara D. January 8, 2018
· Singing · In home
Instructor was very knowledgeable and friendly. It helps to have a song you want to sing and bring it to the first lesson.
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Abdiel August 4, 2017
· Drum · In studio
Mr Gabriel is very patient and understanding. He is willing to work with your schedule and my son absolutely loves his lessons
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Gabriel H.

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About Charis B.

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Woodstock, IL

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music theory is covered in the most subtle ways and more in depth when needed. How to build a chord, invert it and play, understanding major and minor keys

About Charis
I have a B.S. in Music Education. I have worked with several disabled students patiently guiding them, finding creative ways to make music accessible to them. I believe it is not about me or the parent, but the student. I work with children of all ages believing that we can find a way that works so that in a few months you see results. Anyone can learn to sing or play but not everyone is going to enjoy it without the right approach and teacher. I don't want to hear a student say that the teacher didn't listen to me, they wouldn't entertain my ideas.
In my studio I have a studio piano and a keyboard. We have monitors and microphones and the ability to record. I encourage the composer to the pop music player, from the classical artist to the Broadway singer.
Currently, I have several students that compose their own music, helpi
ng one of those students to become a copyrighted artist.

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For the child I have had the most success with the Bastien method and for the Adult pianist I usually use Alfred's method books. I constantly have access to musicnotes.com to download any current or older hit in addition to the method books. I want you to learn to note read and then to play by chords. I never want the student to lose their creative, artistic ability. They should feel welcome at all times to add input to the lesson. I want you to have fun learning and find the ability in you to make music. Please contact Takelessons if a time does not suit your availability. I may be able to work something out.

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I own my music studio w/ piano, seating for parents. I have vocal equipment, microphones and monitors

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I will have a music bingo game with me and whatever else is needed to supplement the lesson

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I teach any style and method that is needed,but prefer Bastien, feeling it doesn't drag the information out. I teach note reading and playing classical music to playing by chords and learning how to split the voicing
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Darla Mills August 23, 2017
· Flute · In studio
excellent lesson
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Olivia H. August 18, 2016
· Piano · In home
The lesson would have been better if I were not so nervous and played better.
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Nikolas October 9, 2015
· Piano · In studio
Charis vas excellent...
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About Elisa B.

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Music theory section added in the end of the lesson. Using theory work books. Note names, note values, music terms etc. to increase ability to read and perform music and to gain deeper understanding about music in written form.

About Elisa
Violin Teacher's Certificate - Sibelius Academy, Finland
Suzuki Teacher Training - Marylhurst University, OR

Classical and Suzuki options - starting Suzuki students as early as 3 yrs old. Teaching Suzuki Books 1-11.
Beginners, intermediate and advanced levels
I am using classical method books including Kayser, Wohlfart, Kreutzer, Mazas, Dont and Paganini Caprices with students looking for more rigorous studies and more advanced skills.
Keeping music and technique in balance - Learn how to enjoy performing - Find your own highest potential - Fall in love with music

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I am friendly and like to inspire my students to find their own best potential. Suitable challenges are fun and needed to keep the personal progress going on. "No suffering in my studio!" means that the process of learning needs to be enjoyabl
e but at the same time I am asking the students to give their best effort. Setting frequent goals in form of group classes and recitals keeps us in full sail and teach us to enjoy the act of playing both alone and in front of friendly audience.
I teach both classical and Suzuki methods. I like to keep my students musically well fed and encourage exploring music reading and music theory next to practical skills. I stir my students toward high standard personal level in their studies, an ingredient from Finnish cultural climate.

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Suzuki method and classical method, fiddling, beginning jazz, improvising
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Julia V. January 7, 2019
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Elisa strikes that rare balance of being both kind and professional - you are comfortable yet know you will be progressing to a high level.
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Rachel September 18, 2018
· Cello · In studio
I have taught myself a couple of instruments but decided I wanted an instructor to learn cello. I've learned SO MUCH from Elisa, she's helped me understand parts of music that had never "clicked" with me despite 6 years of band in middle and high school.

I highly recommend Elisa!
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Sherry M. May 26, 2018
· Viola · Online
I just completed my first lesson with Elisa. I felt so good at the end of the lesson. As an adult learner, I am often uncomfortable with my beginner skill levels and end up feeling embarrassed and apologetic when working with a teacher (silly I know). But she did not make me feel this way at all.

She quickly assessed where I was with my playing and identified quick and easy technical practices to enhance my technique as well as took in my own personal goals. I feel super motivated to practice and look forward to my next lesson with her. I'm so glad I found her!
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About Itai G.

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Jamaica Plain, MA
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Learn how chords and chord progressions are constructed and improve your playing and composing by understanding what you are hearing.

About Itai
Itai graduated from SUNY Purchase with a BA in Studio Composition in 2007, and from Hebrew College with a Masters' Degree in Jewish Education in June, 2016. He has been working in after-school, Hebrew school, camp, and other supplementary educational settings for over ten years. Itai's Hebrew students are either studying for their bnei mitzvah, maintaining their conversational Hebrew, or learning for the purpose of competence of services or Torah study. His piano students have ranged from five-year olds just starting, to young children learning Classical pieces, to teens learning to play the songs they like, to adults working on their songwriting and improvisation. Lessons will accommodate the student's goals. Itai's strengths are improvisation, music theory and ear training, and accompaniment of popular songs - rock, theater, pop, folk,
etc. As a musician, Itai writes songs, composes music for communal singing, improvises, and plays in a Klezmer band. Aside from tutoring, Itai works as a songleader, teaches at the Hebrew school at his synagogue, growing a new outdoor Hebrew school, and occasionally teaches at an outdoor education program.

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Miles February 5, 2019
· Piano · In home
Itai was fantastic. Reliable and knowledgeable. I had been through many teachers to find one as good as Itai. Also very flexible with what I was interested in learning.
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Gracie H. October 29, 2018
· Hebrew · Online
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Zachary H. August 29, 2018
· Hebrew · Online
This first class was great. We had some small problems with the camera and voice, but that had nothing to do with Itai. My son was excited when class was over. He is looking forward to his next lesson.
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About Speedy B.

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I teach applied jazz theory to guitar players and all other instruments accept piano. You must know how to play your instrument and know you basic scales. From there we take you into a wonderland of melody making patterns, scales, and an understanding of jazz theory that you didn't even know existed. This is the thrill of a life time when you hear notes that you already know extending over the chords like silk threads from a golden treasure. You will love this study.

About Speedy
I have been teaching music for over fifty years. I have taught many professional teachers and students over the years. I have played professionally in Many Classical and Jazz groups. My quick start method gets beginners playing music right away.
I studied classical violin from Don Samuleson, Professor at Western Washington College during my Junior High and High School years. I also studied from Lamar Barus at Ricks College and Paval Farcus at the University of Redlands and from Leslie String of the Redlands Symphony.
I studied Classical guitar from Seko Sessoko a Brazilian guitar player and Jazz guitar from Studio musicians Howard Roberts, Joe Pass and Horace Hatchett.
I have played violin in the Bellingham Junior High School Orchestra, the Bellingham High School Orchestra, the Ricks College Orchestra, the University of R
edlands College Orchestra, the Riverside Symphony, the Palomar Symphony, and the North Coast Symphony in San Diego. I am currently playing with the Timpanogos Symphony in Highland Utah.
I played guitar with the Woody James big band and with the big band and hall of fame orchestra. I've played classical guitar for weddings and dinner parties. I played guitar with the variety band "Sound Investment" and other rock, blues and jazz bands
My theater performance experience includes play violin for Annie, Hello Dolly, Chess, Cinderella and more. I also played guitar in theater performances of Les Miserable, Man of La Mancha, Hairspray, Marvelous Wonderettes, and Catch Me if You Can.
My studio, The Speedy Beers Music Studio is a highly professional studio equipped with computer, recording equipment and video lighting and camera for making highly professional videos.
I teach all styles of music on the guitar and violin including classical, jazz,rock, blues, country, folk and fiddle. I have a strong back ground in applied music theory that works for all instruments.
I have a Bachelors degree from the University of Redlands and I have studied privately from some of the best teachers in the world.
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Troy December 23, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
Speedy is patient, knowledgeable, and very talented. This was my first lesson with him and his encouragement and positive feedback helped me solidify my desire to learn.
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Gary D. January 4, 2018
· Guitar · Online
Speedy is very competent and is a great teacher, he will take me on a musical journey, thanks
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Hope December 19, 2017
· Violin · Online
Speedy is a very patient & knowledgeable instructor to my super active (not always attentive) 8 year old. He has been making many improvements.
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About Rachel C.

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I'm happy to assist you with any of your music theory needs, including but not limited to; note reading, chord building, chord progression patterns, key signatures, modal scales, etc.

About Rachel
Hello there! I'm Rachel C., a bass player and singer on the stage who also enjoys playing and teaching all stringed instruments. I have a degree from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in Music Education. I've taught lessons for over 10 years and truly love working with eager students of all ages. It's never too early or too late to pick up an instrument and make music! I look forward to working with you!
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Madison January 31, 2019
· Acoustic Guitar · Online
Rachel was my first ever guitar teacher. But after about a year and a half with her I just got way to busy. To anyone that is looking for a teacher for any instrument I would defiantly recommend Rachel. She is such an amazing artist and just an amazing person.
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Jessica R. June 5, 2018
· Fiddle · Online
Rachel is amazing! I’ve been playing violin my whole life and have still learned a ton just from the first few lessons. Also love that it’s online so I can take lessons without driving anywhere, very convenient.
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Polly J. May 29, 2018
· Fiddle · Online
Rachel is patient and listened to me... I think it is a good match...
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Music theory is fun! Learn about the fundementals of music and how it works. Intervals, scales, chords, modes, modulations, SEVENTHS!!?.... These can be scary without a helping hand. Let me be your guide to Music Theory!

About Coby
Hi, I'm Coby and I love music!
I have been playing piano for over 10 years and I love sharing music with others.

Currently I am facinated with synthesizers and I'm open to teaching you all about them! I can also teach piano/keyboard, guitar, and bass. I can also teach/tutor music theory and composition.

I have a composition degree from Webster University and an AA from St. Louis Community College.
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Expect to learn about Counterpoint, Functional Harmony, Atonal Harmony, Set Theory, Jazz Theory, and Sheet Music Notation.
No previous knowledge of Music Theory required, but an open mind and access to sheet music and a pencil.

About Loren
Want to learn how to play bass ? Maybe your looking to up your production chops on Ableton? Maybe your curious to learn more about music theory or musicianship?
Hello My name is Loren, I have a Bachelors of Arts in Music Studies with an emphasis in Contrabass. I play and am able to perform on Contrabass, Elec. Bass, and Piano. I am well versed in a variety of music including jazz, classical, world music, and more. I enjoy discussing and teaching music and hope to share my passion with you. I enjoy incorporating technology into music via Digital Audio Workstations, Audio Interfaces, and Recording technology. I am here to help expand your knowledge and facility of music in general!
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Zen January 19, 2018
· Bass Guitar · In home
Top of the line for musicianship! Hands down the best bass instructor i've ever had.
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I have written for albums, film, video games, even virtual reality! I love sharing my knowledge of music and tailoring my lessons to your goals. I am a composer and studied at Berklee College of Music. I have a extremely well rounded understanding of music theory and musical styles. Whether you are a musician playing in a band, an artist wanting to better your arrangements, or you are a complete beginner, I am positive I can help you develop your musicianship and have fun at the same time! I am looking forward to starting lessons with you!

About Daniel
I am a video game composer, drummer, and bassist. I have a wide range of experience from writing music and conducting a small orchestra to being a drummer in a funk rock band. I studied film and video game composition at Berklee College of Music and have been playing since I was 13.

I believe that music lessons should always be providing practical knowledge. As a student of mine studying music theory, you can expect not only to learn but truly utilize the information. You will become more aware of what is going on when you hear music. My main goal is that you gain greater control over your creative process and develop your "inner ear". I deeply believe that knowing music theory is an amazing tool to have as a musician.

I love teaching music theory: from the very basics to the farthest reaching topics.
I started off my musical car
eer at 13 as a self taught drummer and have a foundation in rhythmic studies. I later received a formal education at Berklee where I studied composition and learned how to develop melodies and harmony. Furthermore, I am proficient in ear training, sight reading, orchestration and arrangement, music synthesis, and music technology. In a musical world where rules are broken and ever changing, I believe in building lessons around your interests and aspirations.

I am passionate about a wide range of different kinds of music. Here are some of my biggest influences: Red Hot Chili Peppers, David Bowie, Yoko Shimomura, Steve Reich, Frank Zappa, and Mahavishnu Orchestra.
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