Suzuki: Violin School Volume 1 (Part)

Books | Violin

Publisher: I.M.P.
Composer: Shinichi Suzuki
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

The Suzuki philosophy is based upon the idea that children can learn music in the same manner they do their native language, through repetitive listening. This listening is then followed up with 1) Individual Instruction with a trained Suzuki teacher 2) Group lessons on a bi-weekly / weekly basis 3) Parent Involvement 4) Encouragement. Students begin lessons as early as two years old and through repetition of small and enjoyable steps begin building a music vocabulary.

ISBN: 9780874871449
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 07 April 2000
No of pages: 31
Language: English, French, German, Spanish
Catalogue No: IMP90021
 
     
       
         

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          5
          The Suzuki method is excellent for starting young children on the violin. The tunes are lovely and build the skill and confidence gradually, and the CD helps them to understand what a beautiful sound is really like. Well recommended - if you can find a good teacher!
          Dave - (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
          5
          Suitable for beginning adults (me) and children. At the start of the course it forgoes traditional FACE notation and used 01234 fingering so you pick up tunes easily which is great for confidence, it is important to use the CD as you can hear the melody and tone you are aiming for.
          Eve - (Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom)
          5
          The Suzuki method is excellent for starting young children on the violin. I know - I have 3 boys who each started aged 4! The tunes are lovely and build the skill and confidence gradually, and the CD helps them to understand what a beautiful sound is really like. Well recommended - if you can find a good teacher!
          Dave - (Sheffield, United Kingdom)

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