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string methods1.1 - String Methods 15 February 2007 Suzuki...

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String Methods 15 February 2007 Suzuki Method vs. the Traditional The typical starting age for the Suzuki method student is about 2 or 3 years old. It is believed that this age period is the best time to begin teaching with this method. This method uses passive forms of leaning with the beginning steps involving only watching and listening before they even begin playing. The child is exposed to an almost constant recording of the music he or she will be begin to play and famous composers that are most played and well known. Eventually this music will become like a second language. Every aspect of the recorded pieces is memorized. Until the musical memory is developed to a certain degree, a student will not be allowed to actually read music. They need to reach a certain understand of musical understanding. In addition to listening to the music, the students will observe performers while they play. This technique is continuous throughout the training of playing a string instrument. The Suzuki method is
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