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Chording- Spooky Nursery Songs
Take those common nursery songs, and make them sound spooky with a few piano chording tricks.
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Students that have a basic piano experience will learn how to quickly change a song into a minor key, to make it sound “spooky”. A simple, colour coded, system will be used to fast track the learning process. We will then apply this to few different nursery songs, and possibly even a chord chart. Students will not be proficient at chording after this one lesson, but they will be able to experience the joy of adding chords to a song, and changing the “feel” of it. **Students should have a...
Students will learn add a left hand accompaniment to a song, and change a song from major to minor.
I have been a music teacher for over 20 years, both as a private and group teacher. I have taught multiple ages how to read music, and use the skill to further their music learning journey.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Music, Stories, Money, and More! Engaging Teacher for a Learner’s Journey
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
219 total reviews
277 completed classes
I have a varied background of teaching children in multiple settings. From life skills and stories to preschoolers, to music for all ages, to homeschooling and entrepreneurship. I am a life long learner who loves to see “the light go on” for my...