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Jazz Music
Trusted teacher: Passionate about music since childhood, I offer piano lessons, depending on your level, and music that you like! While creating a repertoire, we will work the ear, the rhythm, the technique, and if you wish the sound palette * ... I focus on practice, improvisation, and the relationship between you and your instrument in order to have fun on your piano. Okay, but what are we doing? The basics: - silence, pulsation - harmony (scales, chords, intervals) - rhythm (binary, ternary, swing, shuffle) - the sound (technique, nuance) - the coding of the English chords (A = la, E- = E minor, etc.) - the musical culture and the different ways of listening to music A choice: - improvisation (learning to play without partition, becoming able to play with anyone, anytime) - group music in general (the modern keyboard, the different roles of the instruments in a group) - jazz (standarts, swing, notions of harmonies and improvisation) - rock, funk (notions of groove, rhythmic placement, search for sounds, pentatonic scales and frequent modes) - sound effects (reverb, delay, wah wah, phaser, distortion, etc.) - music games for children The instrument remains a tool to make music, so we will work to become a MUSICIAN (with the help of a piano). Any age, any level (to be evaluated during the first class) -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------- * The sound palette is a metaphor for evoking the "instrumental colors" in music. example of Rock palette: bass / drums / guitar / vocals example of Jazz palette: saxophone / double bass / piano The advantage for the keyboard player is that he can change his sound. There are many sounds other than the acoustic piano (Harpsichord / Clavinet, Organ / Electric Organ, Fender Rhodes, Synthesizers ...) -------------------------------------------------- ----- My influences (in bulk): Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, George Duke, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Red Garland, Funkadelic / Parliament, James Brown, Prince, George Benson, John Scofield, Hendrix, Zappa, Stanley Clarke, Al di meola, Paco de lucia, Bob marley, Jackie Mitoo, Kenny Garett, Bill Evans, The Brecker Brothers, Return to Forever, Mahavishnu, Led Zep, Dire Straits, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Mills, Robert Hood Carl Craig, Aphex Twin, Tadeo, Jeroen Search and many more !!!
Piano · Jazz music
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Félix - Paris$32.94
Trusted teacher: While creating a repertoire, we will work the ear, rhythm, technique. I focus on practice, improvisation, and the relationship between you and your instrument in order to have fun on your bass. Okay, but what are we doing? The basics: - the silence - harmony (scales, chords, intervals) - rhythm (binary, ternary, swing, shuffle) - the sound (technique, nuance) - the coding of the English chords (A = la, E- = E minor, etc.) - the musical culture and the different ways of listening to music A choice: - improvisation (learning to play without partition, becoming able to play with anyone, anytime) - group music in general (the modern bass, the different roles of the instruments in a group) - jazz (standards, swing, notions of harmonies and improvisation) - rock, funk (notions of groove, rhythmic placement, search for sounds, pentatonic scales) - music games for children The instrument remains a tool to make music, so we will work to become a MUSICIAN (with the help of a bass guitar). Any age, any level (to be evaluated during the first class) I preferably receive at home, or at least near my home (Paris EST). Having a busy musical life moves are to be avoided as far as possible. Do not hesitate to contact me for further information! Additional Information: It is important for your teacher to match you musically (unless otherwise, if you want to fill in gaps, or discover a new genre). That's why I present myself in a few lines, so that you get an idea of ​​the kind of bassist that I am: I started bass more than ten years ago, I first discovered the instrument alone (self-taught training). I later played in several Rock formations. Rock I was interested in Funk (style in which the bass plays a key role). I then became more and more interested in improvisation and therefore Jazz music. I took two years of classes at the Conservatoire du 9ème arrondissement in Paris before joining the IMEP (formerly American School of Modern Music). Currently, I play in several bands: a jazz / funk band and a jazz / rock band. My influences (in bulk): Jaco Pastorius, Weather Report Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, George Duke, Miles Davis, Funkadelic / Parliament, James Brown, Prince, George Benson, John Scofield, Hendrix, Zappa, Stanley Clarke, Al di meola, Paco de lucia, Bob marley, Marcus Miller, Kenny Garett, Bill Evans, Lettuce, Brecker Brothers, Return to Forever, Mahavishnu, Led Zep, Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, The Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Munir Hossn, Matthew Garrisson , Hadrien Feraud, Ron Carter, Linley Martha, Maceo Parker, Paul Chambers, Mike Stern, Bob Berg and many more!
Bass guitar · Children's music · Jazz music
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Cours flûte traversière Classique, Jazz, Bossa, Salsa, Samba, Afro, Latin, Fusion (Paris)
Nicola
Nicola a en très peu de temps nettement amélioré mon son à la flûte. En plus d'être excellent flûtiste et pédagogue il est très polyvalent, du classique au jazz et de bon conseil en MAO. Je recommande à fond.
Review by ALEXANDRE
Cours de Batterie à Paris Montparnasse sur batteries acoustiques (Paris)
Dominique
Wonderful, experienced teacher. Great pace, techniques. Well-equipped acoustic studio. Strongly recommend.
Review by NIKITA
Paris Cours Particulier de guitare basse tout niveau tout style Diplômé IMEP Paris College of Music (Les Lilas)
Félix
Sympa et détendu, idéal pour bien débuter et apprendre en toute sérénité
Review by SYLVAIN