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‘I can see good tone’ - Suzuki’s tonalisation exercises

2021-09-17T11:42:00+01:00

With musical examples, Helen Brunner examines how Suzuki’s tonalisation exercises are used to create a beautiful sound on the violin. From the September 2021 issue

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    Ask the Teacher - Mark Bjork

    2021-09-15T12:30:00+01:00

    The Suzuki teacher trainer and violin pedagogue advises students on how to keep the attention of a class, and emphasises the importance of repetition

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    Shinichi Suzuki’s international acclaim

    2021-09-14T11:21:00+01:00

    Casals, Galamian and Menuhin are just a few great string players who have expressed their admiration for the violin pedagogue, as illustrated by William Starr

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    How to practise a piece – 3 stages of learning

    2021-09-14T09:25:00+01:00

    Junior Guildhall violin professor Ivo Stankov continues his series on how to practise efficiently and effectively with tips on approaching new pieces

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    5 simple exercises to use when teaching young children

    2021-09-13T13:47:00+01:00

    Suzuki teacher Edward Kreitman shares important musicality exercises to incorporate into lessons with young beginners, in this extract from the September 2021 issue

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    Bringing the Suzuki Method to the UK

    2021-09-10T11:04:00+01:00

    In the 1960s and 70s, the Suzuki Method was already making waves around the world. Caroline Heslop writes about Helen Brunner’s challenge to bring the teaching method to the UK, in this extract from September 2000.

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    Suzuki’s ambassador: Helen Brunner

    2021-09-09T11:44:00+01:00

    After encountering Suzuki’s teaching in the US, Helen Brunner was convinced it should be brought to the UK. That the task should fall to her seemed a matter of destiny, she tells Caroline Heslop, in this article from September 2000

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