Where we Teach in Jersey Shore PA:
Who we Teach:
What we Teach in Jersey Shore PA:
1. Basic Theory, like rhythm and time values
2. Interval identification or the “notes”
3. Track patterns of how to feel the intervals in the fingers, (blank)
4. The peripheral line exercise that keeps the eye on the page while reading music.
When the basic technique has been mastered lessons will consist of actual sight-reading; special and selected songs are sight read (played) in class with the teacher monitoring to make corrections and maintain consistency.
What you Need:
water and/or snack and tablature.
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