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The Suzuki Method in Perspective
Talent Education is the name given to the new method of violin teaching introduced by Mr. Shin'ichi Suzuki. Shortly after World War II, Mr. Suzuki was concerned with the plight of Japanese children. Having studied in ...
Pedagogy Related to the Boy's Changing Voice
It was the original purpose of this paper to show how the sound and common sense practices of education could be adapted to maintaining the boy's singing voice and interest in music through the period of adolescence. ...
The Technique of Transcribing Music into Braille and Materials Available to the Blind Musician
It is the intent of the writer to discuss the method of transcribing music into Braille. There are several methods of transcribing music, the method of transcription being dependent upon the music and the instrument ...
The Significance of Shinichi Suzuki
Because it was felt that the ideas of Shin'ichi Suzuki are of significance to American string teachers, an attempt has been made to present the basic philosophy and contents of the approach. Included are reactions by ...