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Single, Triple, Double Tonguing

1) "Single Tonguing",

Play in cut time.  Use the syllables “Tee - Tee - Tee, Ta - Ta - Ta, Tu - Tu - Tu, Da - Da - Da, Du - Du - Du, Thu - Thu - Thu, Lu - Lu - Lu, and Hu - Hu - Hu (breath attacks).”  in the order given for now (you will later be able to mix and match the order as needed).  Make su…

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Do I have to pratice? Ahh Miss really? How long did you say I should PRACITCE?

I get a lot of students that ask me that question all the time. "How long did you say I should PRATICE? Do I have to practice? What, practice everyday? Ah why Miss?

How do you practice? Some people say to practice for 1 to 3 hrs, others say to practice for 30 to 45 mins. I would say for students ag…

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Steps to a good practice

7 steps to practicing a piece on piano:
1. Always check on what Key Signature you are in, rather you are in a Major key or a Minor key, also    make sure to check to see if you have any flat’s (b), sharp’s (#) or natural’s.
2. Next would be what Time Signature you are in, rather its 4…

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Pratice for kids

1st: Check what Clefs you are in. Rather in Treble Clef, Bass Clef or both.
2nd: What Time Signature you are in, 4/4, 3/4 or 2/4?
3rd: What Key Signature you are in, "C Major, G Major or F major."
4th: Count your rhythm/Clap the rhythm.
5th: Do Right Hand "RH" first then Lef…

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