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Once per week
learner per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Instruction will be tailored to the developmental needs of the student. Lessons will focus upon the Seven T's of Brass performance: 1) Tone (sound quality) 2) Tonguing (articulation) 3) Timing (rhythm) 4) Tuning (intonation) 5) Technique (coordinated facility/dexterity) 6) Trajectory (building of range, phrasing, and musicality) 7) Tenacity (staying with it until it stays with you) Lessons generally follow this pattern: 1) concept review, 2) playing the assignment from the previous lesson,...
The goal of one-on-one lessons is to steadily increase the achievement of the Seven T's of Brass performance as listed above. This comes through a variety of exercises, short melodies, and longer pieces of music recommended by the instructor, the student's school band director, and/or the student's own choice. The PREREQUISITES ensure the student is ready for high school level studies. Students who do not meet these criteria are encouraged to contact the teacher for options.
Assignments for skill development are given after each lesson. The student is expected to practice 35+ minutes a day, 5 days per week, including requirements for the school music program. The student will record self-performance through the SmartMusic online program for the teacher to track the student's progress. SmartMusic will not be required for the first few lessons until the student's parent(s) decide to continue lessons.
1) An instrument in good working order (valves/slide and tuning slides move smoothly, water key corks do not leak) 2) Appropriate lubrication for the instrument (valve oil or slide oil/slide cream) 3) Band method books most recently used in class 4) Music stand 5) Rag for collecting moisture from the water key 6) Pencil and notebook with pockets or paper in a binder (for writing down assignments and keeping printed materials) 7) SmartMusic subscription: $40 per year (Not required for the first few lessons, see above)
Assessment is two-fold: 1) performance during the lesson with noticeable progress; 2) student recordings through SmartMusic between lessons. SmartMusic gives immediate feedback to the student each time music records on the program. The teacher gives an interactive assessment during lessons. Reports of student progress may be requested by the student's parent-guardian monthly.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Burt the Brassman
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
35 total reviews
76 completed classes
I am a musician and educator from Lubbock, Texas. I have been teaching school music, private lessons for over three decades. Music has allowed me to travel to 40 states and 3 foreign countries. I have performed in diverse settings, including...