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Fiddling Demystified – Donna Hebert – Friday, July 9th, 2021 – 10:30AM-11:45AM

Does it frustrate you to learn a new melody with your left hand only to have to unlearn it and then RE-learn it with your right hand in order to bring any style to the piece? Me, too! I flipped it over and now I teach rhythm first. This also embeds chord changes into the learning process, while the use of voice to learn melodies shortens the learning time. Join me for a walk-through of this sensible way to synthesize your by-ear and sight-reading interpretations. I demonstrate tunes from different harmony patterns and time signatures, with handouts in three clefs. Especially recommended for teachers.

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