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During the past ten years a "Suzuki Explosion" has taken place in the musical life of the United states. More than 100,000 children, aged three and up, have been taught to play the violin, piano, cello, and flute through the method conceived by Dr. Shinicki Suzuki. Their facility has amazed most observers. They have demonstrated musical skills, improved learning ability, a During the past ten years a "Suzuki Explosion" has taken place in the musical life of the United states. More than 100,000 children, aged three and up, have been taught to play the violin, piano, cello, and flute through the method conceived by Dr. Shinicki Suzuki. Their facility has amazed most observers. They have demonstrated musical skills, improved learning ability, and a deeper relationship with their parents, teachers, and communities. Their talents stand as tributes to the Japanese violin master who is one of the giants in the field of early education. In this book, Dr. Suzuki and many of his leading advocates in the United States explain the philosophy, psychology, and procedure that characterize his method. The Suzuki Concept contains photographs, musical examples, and charts and diagrams that show how Dr. Suzuki's humane and successful principles may be applied to early education in music and in many other fields. --- from book's back cover


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During the past ten years a "Suzuki Explosion" has taken place in the musical life of the United states. More than 100,000 children, aged three and up, have been taught to play the violin, piano, cello, and flute through the method conceived by Dr. Shinicki Suzuki. Their facility has amazed most observers. They have demonstrated musical skills, improved learning ability, a During the past ten years a "Suzuki Explosion" has taken place in the musical life of the United states. More than 100,000 children, aged three and up, have been taught to play the violin, piano, cello, and flute through the method conceived by Dr. Shinicki Suzuki. Their facility has amazed most observers. They have demonstrated musical skills, improved learning ability, and a deeper relationship with their parents, teachers, and communities. Their talents stand as tributes to the Japanese violin master who is one of the giants in the field of early education. In this book, Dr. Suzuki and many of his leading advocates in the United States explain the philosophy, psychology, and procedure that characterize his method. The Suzuki Concept contains photographs, musical examples, and charts and diagrams that show how Dr. Suzuki's humane and successful principles may be applied to early education in music and in many other fields. --- from book's back cover

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    This book addressed a lot of my concerns about the Suzuki method successfully. I learned about some bad habits I have in my violin playing that I didn't even know were bad habits, so that was good for me. This book convinced me that next year Christmas, maybe a violin would be a good present for then 2 1/2 year old Peter...

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