The Suzuki Method is similar to the process of childhood language development. Students watch models of violin and piano playing, listen to the Suzuki Method CD recordings of the music. They will learn, and take lessons together with their parents.
Suzuki Method materials are carefully sequenced to develop the ear. As well as techniques of playing the instrument. Although daily listening replaces note reading in this play by ear method, note reading activities are introduced right from the start. Separate from the instrument. Keeping reading and playing activities apart allows for focus on each area. This enhances the accuracy and the speed which the skills accumulate.
While Suzuki is ideal for the very young child. Older students also benefit from this Suzuki Method.
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