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    I think that perceiving rhythm is a lot more...

    I think that perceiving rhythm is a lot more complicated than just counting or tapping your foot. IMO, the student needs to really understand what the overall rhythm is that is repeated throughout...
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    I think a lot of pros forget how hard it is to...

    I think a lot of pros forget how hard it is to transcribe when you are just starting out. I like to begin with just my ear, and then later like to confirm what I thought I heard with software....
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    Just teach them a few basic chords (E,G,D,A) and...

    Just teach them a few basic chords (E,G,D,A) and find some easy music that they can sing to with those chords. Beatles music might be easy for them.

    And whatever you do, constantly praise a young...
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    When you jam or practice, try singing or scatting...

    When you jam or practice, try singing or scatting simultaneously the notes you are playing on your instrument. It will cause you to become more 'engaged' with your licks. Then maybe try singing a...
  5. Well, if you are looking for an easy music genre...

    Well, if you are looking for an easy music genre for your new trio, why not try some blues standards? Improvisation in American music probably started with the blues. And many jazz bands will...
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