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Gohar - Giswil31.78Fr
Trusted teacher: Italian (italiano [itaˈljaːno] (About this soundlisten) or lingua italiana [ˈliŋɡwa itaˈljaːna]) is a Romance language. Italian, together with Sardinian, is by most measures the closest language to Vulgar Latin of the Romance languages. Italian is an official language in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City and western Istria (in Slovenia and Croatia). It formerly had official status and is still widely spoken in Albania, Malta, Monaco, and in some parts of France (especially Corsica, Nice, Savoie), Greece (Ionian Islands and Dodecanese) and Montenegro (Kotor), as well as in former Italian East Africa and Italian North Africa regions where it plays a significant role in various sectors. Italian is also spoken by large expatriate communities in the Americas and Australia. It also has official minority status in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Romania. Many speakers are native bilinguals of both standardized Italian and other regional languages. Italian is a major European language, being one of the official languages of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and one of the working languages of the Council of Europe. It is the fourth most widely spoken first language in the European Union with 69 million native speakers (13% of the EU population) and it is spoken as a second language by 16 million EU citizens (3%). Including Italian speakers in non-EU European countries (such as Switzerland and Albania) and on other continents, the total number of speakers is around 90 million.Italian is the main working language of the Holy See, serving as the lingua franca (common language) in the Roman Catholic hierarchy as well as the official language of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Italian is known as the language of music because of its use in musical terminology and opera. Its influence is also widespread in the arts and in the luxury goods market. Italian has been reported as the fourth or fifth most frequently taught foreign language in the world.
Italian
Computer generated music · Transverse flute · Children's music
(1 review)
Jules - Lausanne78Fr
Trusted teacher: How to learn to sing? To sing just and well? To answer these complex questions, I was interested in phonatory mechanisms, with speech therapists and phoniatres, I studied singing with a dozen singing teachers, I participated in many Masterclasses and trained myself in different institutions: first at the conservatories of Vaulx-en-Velin and Mâcon, then at the Regional Conservatory of Montpellier, and finally at the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne where I am currently studying with Leontina Vaduva. It is first of all through passion that I want to convey what I have learned. This is felt, according to the words of my students, in my way of teaching that reconciles the rigor of art and the pleasure of singing. In my pedagogical approach, I clearly separate the vocal technique and the art of singing, that is to say the management of an objective mechanism, physical and physiological, of sound production (articulation of the language, management of the pressures subglottic and supra-glottic to achieve a pneumo-phono-resonantial balance), and the shaping of this sound to achieve musical beauty (make a beautiful "legato" line, tempo variations, nuances, etc.). ). When I start with a new student, I first make a diagnosis to determine the range of voice, the level of resonantial passages, and check the health of the larynx (tone, endurance, flexibility). The typical course begins with vocal technique exercises and ends with the work of a musical piece. I adapt my course according to the needs of each one (for example, I can start with a Feldenkreis or Alexander technique exercise, relaxation, breath, or a physical warm-up), but also according to the desires and tastes of the student (the technical part will last more or less long).
Opera · Singing · Voice (music)
(1 review)
Christophe - Kehrsatz69Fr
Jazz music · Bass guitar · Double bass
Trusted teacher: -Learn to Play Piano: Ages of students:4-9 years old Lesson length: 30-60 Minutes Lesson schedule: One class per week A great age for learning how to play the piano. Lessons feature music reading, ensemble playing and singing - with an emphasis on having fun! Ages of students:10 to adult Lesson length: 60 Minutes Lesson schedule: One class per week An internationally regarded piano lesson for all levels age 10 to adult. An emphasis on hands-on learning to helping students of all ages learn to play and enjoy the piano. -Music Wonderland Lesson: Ages of students: 3 year olds Course length: 30 Minutes Lesson schedule: One class per week Parent participation: Required Listening Ability: As this is a most significant period of aural development, a rich and varied array of listening activities develops sensitivity and listening ability and enables students to perceive music's power to vividly express images and emotions. Social Development: Because of the importance of the parent in the life of a child this age, interaction between parent and child is an important focus in the lessons. Also, through the lessons children develop the basic skills of relating to others Keyboard Experience: Children experience sound through the keyboard and are introduced to the fun of keyboard playing. Appropriate to this stage in their physical development, initial playing activities engage the use of large motor skills. Cultivation of the Imagination: Recognizing the significance of fantasy, play, and the imagination in the learning of children of this age, the activities, textbooks, and music are filled with suitable colorful, playful imagery, sounds, and subjects. -Junior Music Lesson Ages of students: 4 and 5 year olds Lesson length: 60 Minutes Lesson schedule: One class per week Parent participation: Required (participation enables parent to be an effective "at home" learning partner) Hearing: Listening to wonderful music helps children: ♩ Develop emotional sensitivity ♩ Develop an ear for music ♩ Feel and express music in time rhythmically Singing: Children love to sing! Singing develops: ♩ Self expression ♩ Correct tempo, rhythm, and pitch ♩ Understanding of note names Playing: Performing songs introduces children to the joy of expressing music by themselves. Playing also helps students: ♩ Get familiar with the five-line staff and keyboard ♩ Express music with both hands Creating: Junior Music Course experiences cultivate children's: ♩ Musical creativity ♩ Sense of harmony *Lessons in English, Chinese and Germen
Music theory · Children's music · Piano
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Piano & music coach, keyboards and introduction to computer-assisted music (Nyon)
Markus
Markus is teaching my 9year old daughter the piano and she is happy how things are going. Markus is very friendly and patient and my daughter enjoys the lessons and is learning new pieces and new techniques. Thank you Markus for your effort.
Review by DORIS
Learn or improve your french with a professional teacher (Wommelgem)
Gohar
Gohar is a very friendly, thorough and patient teacher. She goes beyond her role to ensure a successful understanding of the subject. I recommend her if you want to learn or improve your French!!
Review by JESSICA
Saxophone learning lessons for everyone! Sharing music together! (Zürich (Kreis 1) / Lindenhof)
Kay
Kay in an awesome passionate teacher, I'm glad and feel lucky I'm studying with her. In very short time I can feel lot of progress.
Review by HENRIQUE