DDaneskovic

About DDaneskovic

-Teacher of guitar, solfeggio and subjects of music theory in  Music school „Stevan Mokranjac”, Negotin, Serbia

- 2013. obtained the title of Graduate musician - guitarist on Academy of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia 

- 2005. obtained the title of Graduate music pedagogue on Faculty of Music Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

- 2003. obtained the title teacher instrumentalist-guitar teacher Higher music school, Niš, Serbia

- 1 year of experience like Guitar instructor in Creative Course of guitar in organization of Guitar Art from Belgrade. The course consists of lectures in the group and is intended for beginners, children from 12 years of age and adults. The course participants was taught both classical and popular domestic and the international rock music.

- 2 years of experience like guitar instructor in Rockschool with brand name "Let's Rock" in Negotin with headquarter from London

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DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 3 days ago • comments: 6
Posted a new Comment on Four critical aspects for any successful guitarist:
"Yes, that is true and that is not strange for easy classical peaces. I think my old teacher was talking about Adelita from F. Tarrega, and good perform we..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 5 days ago • comments: 6
Posted a new Comment on Four critical aspects for any successful guitarist:
"Very well-made instructions and tips here about making progress in playing instrument even for older guitar players as I am. Motivations and goals in our..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 6 days ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "What are your own songwriting and composition processes?":
"You are right @josephlopez. We all probably know that composing process is similar to improvising, but we are not always free in our professional life and in..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 2 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Show your Guitar Skills / post a cover or own composition ! ":
"In technical aspect is perfect. This guitarist is actually playing with his instrument and composition (Jason Backer altitudes) reminds me of great works of..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 2 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Pierre Bensusan":
"Interesting point here, so maybe low tension strings will help me use rest stroke on steel strings. Also dropped tuning will make lower tension on steel..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 2 weeks ago • comments: 2
Posted a new Comment on What You Dont Know About the BB King Scale:
"Great...I never new that there is some kind of B.B. King scale. These licks sound perfect, almost as a King of Blues (B. B. King). A lots of guitar players..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 2 weeks ago • comments: 1
Posted a new Comment on Painkiller by Judas Priest Guitar Lesson Play That Riff #6:
"Great lesson...Very quality sound and video production...Also video is very instructive for students who like this kind of music...Please Sinker, keep on..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 3 weeks ago
@ddaneskovic is now following @tomguitar
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • 3 weeks ago • comments: 6
Posted a new Comment on 5 Great Improvisation Tricks to Improve Your Skills:
"Very practical advise, thanks...I have noticed in my improvisation process that inspiration is very important thing. Sometimes when I do not have any good..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • one month ago • comments: 8
Posted a new Comment on 1, 2 & 3 Octave Pentatonic and Blues Scales:
"Very interesting scale pattern. It is always useful to practice scale that we all know in some other method or pattern. One great music teacher (I think it..."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • one month ago • comments: 2
Posted a new Comment on How To Create A Song From An Idea:
"These are very useful tips about songwriting by Tomasso. I started to think in different point after reading notes about songwriting from Tomasso in general...."
DDaneskovic
 
@ddaneskovic • one month ago • comments: 1
Posted a new Comment on You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To - Backing track - Playalong - Jazz Samba - 172 bpm:
"Great music indeed..."
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