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Ballad Solo Accompaniment (White Key Solo) Ballad Solo
Accompaniment
(White Key Solo)
Vocal Workbook Vocal Workbook
Ballad Solo Example (White Key Solo) Ballad Solo Example
(White Key Solo)
Open Any Door Open Any Door
Blues Solo Accompaniment (Dots) Blues Solo
Accompaniment
(Dots)
Musical Games Musical Games
Scale The Wall To Musical Creativity
Traditional Scale Variations for Children
Young students have difficulty understanding scales so we have created a ‘scale game’ to facilitate learning these complex theories. The game is called Dots and the White Note Solo. Parents with talented young children are required to do music with the student, not send them to another room to practice with no involvement. After the child reaches the age of 8, usually he or she can be sent to practice without parental supervision.
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Scale The Wall To Musical Literacy
Four Point Program for Beginners
  1. Instrument
  2. Freeze
  3. Improve (Scales)
  4. Note Reading
Dan Whitley and his associate teacher Keith Knighton invite you to our…
Young Artist Corner
Violin comes as closes to the sound of the human voice as any other instrument. These…
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Scale The Wall To Reading – Music or Text
Let’s Read in Tempo
A magnificent compliment to language learning and remedial reading!
This linguistic approach to regular reading is used with young boys (mostly) that either cannot or will not read music because their eyes dance so much from either TV, or video games, or other attention deficit challenges. We read the notes to a metronome, then we read the words to a metronome, and then we record to background music. These simple exercises are…
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City Journals article
“Whitley continues to give the gift of music to the community” | Jun 15, 2018 12:04PM | Published by City Journals Staff | By Christy Jepson christy@mycityjournals.com
It all began in 1981 when a young 8-year old boy, Danny Whitley, begged his father to teach him to play an instrument. It was an earnest plea — Danny wanted to be like his dad and be with his dad during the short amount of time he had to live.
At age 6, Danny was diagnosed with brain cancer. After what they thought was a successful initial brain surgery, the cancer returned two years later. It was then that Danny was given only a short time to live and he wanted nothing more than to follow in his dad’s…
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Covid-19 Social Distancing
During social distancing we are teaching in person or online (facetime, skype, duo, zoom); 1/2 hour lesson per hour with groups limited to 5 students by invitation. In person lessons: wear masks, 1 student & family member allowed to assist w/assignments/take notes. Lysol wipes available. Please confirm your schedule with me. Thanks, Dan Whitley (Caitlin, Jon, Dr. Bowden) 801-918-7740 danwhitley@gmail.com
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