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Trusted teacher: The course that I propose is BILINGUAL FRENCH / ENGLISH, as well as 2 BOOKS. Age and musical taste are not restrictive when in the program, you can with qualitative daily work (not quantitative) quickly observe your progress. Here the pleasure of playing music is put forward. The kind of music you love most will be the focus of the course, their codes and secrets will be the focus of our study, that's what I want to share with you. We can do technical lessons and simply learn together how to play one or more songs of your choice or mine, enrich your game with this approach and your repertoire! (For example, We can re-arrange the pieces and make them more original by approaching the system (CAGED), and enriching their chords, resulting in new positions, new techniques and new sounds, using arpeggio techniques rather than strumming for 4-chord pieces, voicing and fingerstyle techniques, in short, expanding the instrument's playing fields and playing skills to keep progressing in your game and improve your rehearsals ...) If you make a request, this program is obviously accompanied by the pleasure of learning more in theory and being able to directly apply new knowledge on its instrument and identify its common or rare use in the pieces discussed in class. In this case, the theory is translated to be accessible to anyone, both for those who are connoisseurs and for those who discover everything from absolute zero. The exercises, songs, and theoretical explanations offered throughout the program are organized in an order of progressive difficulty. I wrote and produced 2 books of my method to learn the guitar and the music, that I sell to accompany my course and your apprenticeship in the best conditions and so that you can continue the course even at home and to review etc ... . There is ONE BOOK OF COURSES containing all the theoretical and practical program of the year, as well as a BOOK OF EXERCISE on the ranges and the modes that you can obtain directly. You can find here an indicative list of objectives that I propose in my theoretical program, which can of course adapt to your request. The general theoretical objectives of the course: --- Tuning / tuning and knowing his guitar: * Standard Tuning * Drop Tuning * Open Tuning * Adjust the optimal tension of the strings * Adjust the shaft axis * Adjust the action of the strings * Choose the strings adapted to the style of play / tuning * Change his strings -Know his chords: * Triads: Fundamental State & Inversions * Tetrads: Fundamental State & Inversions * The chord progressions of the Range * Arpeggio techniques (tapping, sweep, 1/2/4 fing.shape, etc ...) --- Know his scales and his modes * The Mode of the Major scale * 3 Modes of the Minor scale: Natural / Melodic / Harmonic * Modes of the Pentatonic range: 5 positions * Modes of the Blues range: 5 positions Etc ... --- Technique to the Pick / Plectrum / Tab / Pick (Electric Guitar): * Alternate Picking * Fast Picking / Tremolo Picking * Hybrid Picking * Palm Mute * Natural Harmonics * Pinch Harmonics * Artificial Harmonics * Shredding * Tapping * Sweep Picking * Legato Picking --- Strumming / Hand Picking (Acoustic Guitar) * "SnareDrum" percussion on the guitar * Arpeggios pinched with 4 fingers + thumb * Rasgueado (Flamenco Technique) * Generic Strumming * Fingerstyle Picking * Two-finger picking + Legato for fast melodies (eg a solo) -Play the metronome * exercises on click * practice on song riffs -Learn his favorite songs * without thinking about the difficulty, nothing is impossible with the right methodology -Improvise * choose ranges and positions * to place oneself rhythmically, to finish on the judicious notes -Theory of Harmony * Understand harmonization and its practice -Theory on the Melody -Theory of Rhythm
Guitar · Music composition
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Ryo - Mitte, Germany16€
Guitar · Music theory lessons · Music composition
Qualified Teacher of Electric/Acoustic Guitar/Theory and Composition gives lessons specializing in the musical genre of worldfusion. Techniques taught on electric guitar: rhythm and lead, staccato (alternate picking, economy picking), legato (hammer on, pull off, hybrid picking, bend, strum, palm muting, whammy bar (hard rock, blues, far eastern-middle eastern vocal lines, tapping, sight reading, chords, arpeggios, sweep picking, Ebow, Bottleneck Slide, alternate tunings. Usually most students are interested in integrating and using these techniques to personify non-European music on the electric guitar, both on an equal temperament and non equal, as the electric guitar can "play" in both worlds equally. Finally, I use embodied self-awareness techniques (body scan, breathing awareness, etc.) which are found in Alexander's Technique and Mindfulness Meditation practices, thus helping to improve the student's technique and musicality on their instrument. Why would someone prefer you? My specialization is the electric guitar in the musical idiom of worldfusion, i.e. the osmosis of elements of western popular music with non-European idioms and traditions. The art of music is structured on its 5 worlds: melody, harmony, rhythm, form and timbre. On a cross-cultural level, one can equate each of these 5 parameters with a musical culture and thus unlimited possibilities of original musical creation can arise. For example, imagine a musical composition or improvisation with Indian melody, jazz harmony, Greek rhythm, in ballad form with rock timbre. My teaching can be focused for anyone interested in learning ways to achieve similar musical combinations. Also, due to my studies in the sciences of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnomusicology, all technical and theoretical musical knowledge is also documented on a historical and cultural level based on selected scientific literature that I provide to the student. All in all, together we can explore its worlds: A) popular music (rock, pop, metal, indie, blues, progressive, world music, ambient, cinematic) B) western art music (medieval, Baroque Renaissance, Classicism, Romanticism, 20th century) C) traditional and non-European music (Greece, Balkans, Ireland, India, China, Japan and Indonesia, Africa and the Middle East) D) methods of embodied self-awareness (Mindfulness Meditation, Alexander's Technique) EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION Teaching private lessons (2014-present) Participation in music ensembles, bands and theatre performances as electric guitarist and composer (2014-present) National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - Department of Music Studies/ direction Ethnomusicology and Cultural Anthropology (M.A.) (2023) Counterpoint and Harmony (honors) from the Athens Conservatory (2021) Poetry workshop "Takis Sinopoulos Foundation" (2021) Mindfulness Meditation (2019-present) Alexander's Technique (2023)
Guitar · Music theory lessons · Music composition
Understanding music theory is essential when becoming a musician of any kind, as it deepens one's knowledge of how exactly music works. The more one knows about it, the better they can listen to, perform and write music. In the rich history of the subject, a clear narrative of evolution can be found that shows how music has arrived at the stage it is at today, all of which can be seen in the application of music theory and how it has changed over time. This is my biggest passion, and I would love to share my knowledge with any beginners wanting to develop/strengthen their musical competency or intermediates who want to focus on a specific aspect of classical or jazz and really understand how it works. As an introduction to myself: I have studied music theory and composition for a few years in various countries at various institutions (private lessons in Düsseldorf, briefly at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, and currently at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna), and have had experience in tutoring/teaching since I tutored math, history, and biology in school to friends of mine. I like to think my ability to teach comes from my parents, who are both teachers and whose passion for helping others learn definitely influenced me! I have experience with teaching children, where I helped many younger students with playing music when I was in high-school, meaning I know how to make learning a fun process for just about anyone. Music and teaching are two of my biggest passions, and I have been told that is quite noticeable simply upon meeting me, as my enthusiasm is very contagious. I guarantee that every student will receive their very own lesson plan catered exactly to what the student wishes or needs to learn, and what I believe the best way to learn it would be. Lessons could cover categories such as: - Learning music notation in all its different forms and how to read scores from solo instruments to extremely large ensembles (learning the skills of instrumentation and arranging as well) - Music history and the analysis of works from notable composers from any era of classical or jazz - Music theory essentials that are likely to come up on any music theory test such as four part writing, figured bass, any form of cadence, writing traditional melodies and countermelodies - Composition techniques used throughout history and how one can use the music of the past to influence the music of the future. The lesson plan will also be adjusted to make sure that learning is happening at a pace that works with the student. There can be regularly scheduled tests for the student in any of the different categories mentioned above in order to ensure that the student fully understands what is being taught. Music is one of the greatest things in the world, and I can safely say that being able to help others learn all the amazing components of music as I have is something I take incredibly seriously. I will make sure that whether after one lesson, ten, or twenty, you will come away from this knowing more than you did before.
Music theory · Music composition · Jazz music
Learning music theory can initially appear to be a slightly tedious and intimidating endeavour. However, once you delve into the subject, you will soon discover that it can actually be an incredibly enjoyable and rewarding experience. Music theory serves as the fundamental building block for acquiring the skills necessary to play musical instruments proficiently or compose original music. Understanding the intricacies of music theory provides a solid foundation upon which you can expand your musical knowledge and abilities. It equips you with the tools to decipher the complexities of musical composition, enabling you to analyse and appreciate the various elements that make up a piece of music. By studying music theory, you gain insight into the underlying principles of melody, harmony, rhythm, and structure, which are essential components in creating and performing music. Moreover, learning music theory opens up a world of possibilities for musical exploration and creativity. It allows you to explore different genres, styles, and techniques, giving you the freedom to experiment with your own musical ideas. By grasping the concepts of music theory, you can better understand how different musical elements interact and complement each other, enabling you to compose your own unique melodies and harmonies. In addition, studying music theory enhances your ability to communicate and collaborate with other musicians. It provides a common language that musicians can use to effectively communicate their ideas, ensuring smooth and efficient rehearsals and performances. Whether you are playing in a band, orchestra, or any other musical ensemble, a solid understanding of music theory allows you to contribute meaningfully to the collective musical experience. Furthermore, learning music theory can also deepen your appreciation and enjoyment of music as a listener. By understanding the theoretical concepts behind the music you hear, you can develop a more discerning ear and a deeper understanding of the artistic choices made by composers. This newfound knowledge allows you to engage with music on a more profound level, enabling you to appreciate the nuances and complexities that may have previously gone unnoticed. In conclusion, while learning music theory may initially seem daunting, it is a journey that ultimately leads to a greater understanding and appreciation of music. By immersing yourself in the study of music theory, you unlock a world of creativity, collaboration, and musical exploration.
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Guitar / Bass / Ukulele / Theory (Brussels)
Lou-Indigo is hands-down the best teacher I have ever had the pleasure of learning music from. Having been taught by a number of music teachers for a variety of different instruments, I have experienced a range of different teaching styles and personalities, yet nobody has been able to keep me focused and captivated by music in the way that Lou-Indigo does. In the past, music lessons would always bore me, as I found that my perspective of music being an outlet of creativity would often be tarnished by previous teachers who took too much of a strict, structural approach to music. On the other hand, some other teachers would be too relaxed, often leading to me becoming frustrated by a lack of progress and direction. Lou-Indigo manages to skillfully combine structure, creativity and a relaxed atmosphere into a 60-minute lesson. I am the complete opposite of bored and genuinely look forward to every lesson. Instead of feeling drained after sessions, I feel inspired to learn more. In my opinion, Lou-Indigo does this by crafting just the right amount of challenge into each exercise, enough to give you a sense of progress and achievement, but not too much to make you feel frustrated or overly daunted. Furthermore, his clear explanation of music theory and guitar techniques, evidently backed by years of experience, gives you a deeper insight into music, uncovering the medium's potential for creative expression. I could not recommend Lou-Indigo more.
Clases de español para niños y adultos. Profesor nativo. (Bogotá)
Ana María
Ana is an outstanding Spanish teacher who has made my learning experience truly enjoyable. Her kindness and genuine care for her students create a supportive learning environment I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from such a wonderful teacher.
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Ukulele lessons! Time to pick it up and Let’s bang out♬ (Friedrichsfelde)
RYO SAN was very patient and had great skills in teaching ukulele from the start as I had no knowledge to play any musical instrument but this had been a dream. I recommend him as a great teacher. Thankyou RYO SAN