Studying Suzuki® Piano: More Than Music: A Handbook for Teachers, Parents, and Students

Pirmais vāks
Alfred Music, 1999. gada 20. dec. - 276 lappuses
A comprehensive coverage of what the Suzuki approach embodies, this book should be considered a requirement in the home of every piano teacher and student. Eight of the 14 chapters lay the foundation for understanding Suzuki's Mother Tongue Approach, its procedures and its benefits. The authors have given their ideas of what it takes to be a Suzuki teacher, how to structure an effective lesson, what to cover in those first lessons and how to do it. Using more than 400 musical examples, the teaching points and the interpretation of the seven volumes of music are presented. In addition, some alternate fingerings are suggested and places where the Suzuki edition departs from the original edition are noted.
 

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The Suzuki Philosophy
1
Preparing To Be a Suzuki Teacher
13
Helping Parents Help Their Children
24
Motivating Students
34
Structuring an Effective Lesson
46
Technique
54
Circle of Fifths
58
Note Reading
64
Studying Volume Three
127
12
133
Studying Volume Four
141
13
146
16
153
Studying Volume Five
157
17
160
Invention No 1 in C MajorJ S Bach
166

Celebrate the correct hand position
76
Common Problems of Beginning Students
81
Teacher helping child move wrist
90
Long Long AgoT H Bayly
100
Studying Volume Two
108
18
168
Studying Volume Seven
208
Bibliography 244
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