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Suzuki Violin School

Author: Shinʼichi Suzuki
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780874871456
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The Suzuki Method(R) of Talent Education is based on Dr. Shinichi Suzuki's view that every child is born with ability, and that man is the son of his environment. According to Dr. Suzuki, a world-renowned violinist and teacher, the greatest joy an adult can know comes from developing a child's potential so he/she can express all that is harmonious and best in human beings. Students are taught using the "mother-tongue" approach. Suzuki Violin School materials include: Violin Parts (Vol. 1-10) * Piano Accompaniments (Vol. 1-10) * Cassettes (Vol. 1-3 performed by Shinichi Suzuki, Vol. 4-8 performed by Koji Toyoda) * Compact Discs (Vol. 5-8, performed by Koji Toyoda) * David Cerone Performs Suzuki Violin School (Cassettes & Compact Discs, Vol. 1-4) * David Nadien Performs Suzuki Violin School (Cassettes and Compact Discs, Vol. 1-4). Suzuki Method Core Materials available for piano, violin, viola, cello, string bass, flute, harp, guitar, and recorder. This title is available in SmartMusic.

Violine F R Dummies

Author: Katharine Rapoport
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9783527704682
Size: 49.74 MB
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Die Violine zählt zu den populärsten Musikinstrumenten. Es ist aber auch das am schwierigsten zu erlernende. Mit "Violine für Dummies" lernen Sie alles Wichtige, um bald kleine Melodien spielen zu können: von der richtigen Haltung der Violine und des Bogens über die Grundlagen von Harmonielehre und Notenlesen bis zum Spielen von kleineren Stücken. Dem Buch liegt eine CD mit Übungen und Stücken zum Nachspielen sowie Videoanleitungen bei.

Versuch Einer Gr Ndlichen Violinschule

Author: Leopold Mozart
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Known principally as the father of the famous Mozart, Leopold Mozart was a distinguished musician and tutor in his own right. Though he wrote little for his own instrument, he did write the Violonschule in 1756, a work revised several time in Mozart's lifetime. It was still being published as late as 1817. This treatise followed the Italian school, and Tartani in particular, though the historical chapters are much broader in scope. Its greatest claim to fame, though, is that it provides a window into the early instruction of Leopold's famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus.

Fingerboard Geography For Violin Volume 1

Author: Barbara Barber
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457428500
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String pedagogue Barbara Barber has developed an intonation system which teaches string players the layout of the fingerboard and takes the guesswork out of playing in tune. In Violin Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, "Finger Marches" establish the 1st finger "home base" note on all four strings. Finger Pattern Exercises -- 12 color-coded patterns -- develop quick, precise action in the left hand without the need for fingerboard tapes. Fingerboard Geography Exercises teach note names, distances and intervals for all the notes in 1st position. No Fear Shifting has students sailing effortlessly all the way to 8th position on their first day of shifting. Violin Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, concludes with dozens of Practice Suggestions for pieces in the Suzuki® Violin School, Volumes 1-4, but can be used as a daily warm-up routine and complements perfectly any beginning violin method. The book includes 4 pull-out color-coded Finger Pattern charts.

Step By Step

Author: Kerstin Wartberg
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780739047699
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The Step by Step series is a collection of exercise books/CDs for violin based on the Mother-Tongue approach. From the very beginning, it will provide a solid foundation in instrumental technique for Suzuki and traditional approaches in private lessons or group settings. The focus is on teaching correct, child-appropriate practice habits that range from listening, singing, and dancing to playing music. The ideas presented, including information for parent and practice tips should stimulate daily practice and also make it more effective. Includes new piano arrangements by David Andruss. This volume is the Complete Version based on Suzuki Violin School, Volume 3, and includes the Violin Exercise Book in English with the CD. Pages: 56

77 Variations On Suzuki Melodies Technique Builders

Author: William Starr
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457405082
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These variations on standard Suzuki melodies were written to have specific technical challenges such as vibrato, double stops, finger action, bowing techniques, shifting, harmonics, and positions. Students find great enjoyment in playing the familiar tunes in these more difficult versions.

10 Teachers Viewpoints On Suzuki Piano

Author: Gilles Comeau
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457490200
Size: 68.40 MB
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This book offers a rare opportunity for teachers to benefit from the knowledge and experience of ten master teachers. In his or her own words, each contributor discusses the Suzuki philosophy and how it can best be put into practice. The subject is addressed in a logical fashion, moving from the theoretical to the practical, with contributors' ideas set out so that readers will find a range of opinions on any particular aspect of the method grouped together. 10 Teacher's Viewpoints on Suzuki Piano covers issues of interest to all piano teachers, such as the importance of listening and review, supplementary repertoire, when to introduce reading, and how to bring out students' musicality. In addition, the contributors offer concrete ideas for developing technique and planning lessons.

Shinichi Suzuki The Man And His Philosophy Revised

Author: Evelyn Hermann
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457403538
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Shinichi Suzuki has been described as a humanitarian as well as an educator and musician. While a young man, he observed that children absorbed their spoken language based on their environment. This led him to adapt his teaching of music to the same method, that which is called the Mother Tongue Approach. Through listening to the sound of music, very young children soon imitate the tones they hear. Suzuki believes that talent is not inherited, but is a product of environment, and that every child can perform music just as he has learned to speak, if the proper teaching approach is used. Revised in 1995, The Man and His Philosophy contains many new photos, some of them depicting the many "firsts" in the Suzuki world, such as Dr. Suzuki with his first students, plus much more. This is a complete history of the Suzuki movement, in words and pictures, from its beginnings to the present day.