Pick Up & Play with Mel Biggs: Let’s Get Started! GC MELODEON / DIATONIC ACCORDION COURSE Pay In One

(1 customer review)

£200.00 for 1 year

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Learn how to play GC (sol/do) diatonic button accordion* in this online course from expert teacher Mel Biggs

Suitable for: absolute beginners, re-starters and strugglers

*aka melodeon, button accordion, trek harmonika, accordèon diatonique

Description

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With over 100 minutes of expert teaching spread over 68 bite-sized video tutorials, Mel gets straight to the point with her foundation skills which will get you playing confidently with both hands! With your new-found skills, Mel will walk you through the process of learning a simple English tune using The Mel Method!

PLUS…

Personalised feedback from Mel on your progress at the end of the course

‘Helping Hand’ tutorials throughout the course for more detailed guidance on certain topics

Private Facebook group for course members for help and support

 

1 review for Pick Up & Play with Mel Biggs: Let’s Get Started! GC MELODEON / DIATONIC ACCORDION COURSE Pay In One

  1. Roger Watson

    This is a course which in my opinion shows great respect in three important ways: It shows respect for the melodeon, by treating it from the outset as a complete instrument with two ends and two rows of treble buttons. By starting with the left hand, it emphasises the importance of using the whole range of the instrument’s properties and states that this is not just another way of belting out tunes. It shows respect for the learner, by allowing him or her to choose the pace of progress and the nature of feedback from the teacher. The progression of repertoire matches the student’s growing confidence and everything is kept clear and simple without becoming patronising at any point. It shows respect for the music by the choice of tunes and it demonstrates the nature of traditional music, by introducing tunes through their basic structures and encouraging the student to master these before adding variations and embellishments. This allows each player to develop an individual take on any given tune, in line with generational, regional and personal variations which are so essential to any living tradition. If I were starting now, this is where I would start from.

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