Music Lessons by Timothy Seaman

Get music lessons from a professional with 15 albums of his own and supporting roles on many other albums.

--- Hammered dulcimer (all levels); flute, pennywhistle, folk guitar, mountain dulcimer, psaltery, autoharp, ukulele (beginner to advanced beginner levels)

Lessons on weekdays: any open time from 9 am to 8 pm. (Daytimes are best.)

Flexible scheduling: lessons can be a week apart, or two weeks, or more.

Personalized Plan: tailored according to the goals and needs of the student. Lesson length may be scheduled for a half hour, an hour or even two hours when distance or other factors are a consideration.

First Lesson Bonus Time: at least 15 minutes extra at the first lesson to make sure plenty of material is covered.

Topics: Each instrument has its own introductory methods with certain books and videos Timothy recommends. He carries two hammered dulcimer guides for sale, providing two different approaches that can be studied simultaneously to enhance student skills and expand options.

Rates: $20 per half hour; $40 per hour; etc.
Online music lessons via SkypeTM can be pre-purchased here.

Timothy's additional specialties:

  1. Musicality --- Discover how to be expressive with music in its phrasing and voicing --- to make your instrument sing!
  2. Scale and chord theory --- Learn the basics of how music is built and how a melody, chords, and rhythm relate to that!
  3. Arrangement, improvisation, and composition --- Timothy wants to show you how easy and rewarding it really is to create your own music!

Rental dulcimers: Timothy has small, good quality hammered dulcimers for rent if needed.

Timothy welcomes phone calls or e-mail if you’d like to consider a lesson or more on hammered dulcimer, flute, whistle, mountain dulcimer, bowed psaltery, or guitar.

Still have questions, send an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., fill out the Contact page, or call 757-746-8899.

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