|Length||30 / 60 minutes|
|Start Date||Throughout The Year|
|Term||4 Lessons/1 Month or 12 Lessons/3 Month or 24 Lessons/6 Month|
|Genre||Traditional, Folk, Pop|
Bağlama is a string musical instrument used in Turkish traditional music. It is an acoustic instrument with seven strings. The Bağlama is a very in-demand instrument.
We will offer you many new and exciting musical opportunities. The Farabius Academy of Music offers one-on-one instruction and group sessions on multiple Turkish instruments. All students are taught basic instrumental technique, posture, technical exercises, and playing Turkish repertoire.
Each online lesson takes place between one teacher and one student for either 30 or 60 minutes. For children's sessions, parents can attend their child's classes.
Our goal is the development of our students to their highest musical level through private lessons. Creating the correct foundation for technique and appropriate repertoire is of utmost importance. Our amazing tar faculty takes care of utilizing elements of different teaching methods that work best for each student. Beginner students start with the fundamentals, like holding the instrument and mallet, finger placement, reading music, rhythm, and learning simple songs. Intermediate and advanced students continue to progress with increased proficiency in techniques and significant Turkish repertoire. Our Bağlama curriculum covers the following subjects:
Levels / Ages offered:
The Farabius Academy of Music provides online private Bağlama study at all levels and ages. Students in private study can learn with no prior experience, all the way to extensive professional experience, and we will ensure you have an enjoyable experience.
We offer different levels of teacher experience and qualification so that we can adequately provide for the wide range of learning styles, difficulty levels, and ages who seek Bağlama study with us.
Selecting repertoire is one of the most challenging and important tasks that we take on in the development of our students’ musical educations. Students at all levels will be given a selection of repertoire from multiple eras of music (Traditional and Folk) to study and perfect.
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