Kadri Janan. lesson. August 27th , 2018.
You do need a little experience before you use these videos because though they are valuable lessons, they will not correct you if you are doing something wrong or tell you how to tune or if your Ukulele is tuned properly which is very important.
Pay a lot of attention to the safety of your hands if you are taking your lessons seriously. Be very careful and try not to hurt them. If you sustained a serious hand or finger injury see the doctor immediately and also inform him that you are playing the keyboard to make sure that the hand will keep its mobility.
6.) Each of us has the power to reduce, reuse, or recycle...be it by taking shorter showers, using energy-efficient light bulbs, taking cloth bags to the grocery store, or one of the many other great ways we can conserve. If the BP oil spill (not to mention other recent hurricanes, tsunamis, and fires) has taught us anything, it's that we need to take responsibility for our actions...and also be willing to make a change. We're well past the point of pointing fingers and blaming others. Every person on the planet must be willing to do their part. Our future...and our children's future...are depending on it!
4. Record yourself playing and listen back, at least once a month. Evaluate objectively and make a note of things you would like to improve. You will be amazed at how well you sound, and if you keep your past recordings, you can look back one day to see how far you progress!
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