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I've always been a pretty good whisler, to my parents' detriment, so at 10 years old, they enrolled me in recorder private lessons, twice a week. I played the Soprano recorder for 4 years, then the Alto recorder for 2 years. Thanks to these lessons, I was always the best student at school in all my music classes.
When I was in high school, I used to write down my favorite songs on a music sheet to be able to play them with my recorder, like the song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and the theme song of "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly". At universities, I performed solo in front of large audiences at different cultural festivals.
It's important to stick to the beat, so my recorder lessons always begin with a clapping drill to get into the rhythm, before focusing on classical music, then ending with a fun modern piece like the theme song of a cartoon. Clients must bring their own recorder, and are encouraged to practice at home 20+ min/day.
(I'm happy to drive to your home in Eugene or Springfield,
instead of a lesson at my home near Chavez school)
(music students must be of similar level)
(when siblings attend the same lesson)
Check out my performance: (coming this fall)