Contents are Principles of Study and Guidance Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations Shinichi Suzuki Lightly Row Folk So ng Song of the Wind Folk Song Go Tell Aunt Rhody Folk Song O Come, Little Children Folk Song May Song Folk Song Long, Long Ago T.H Bayly Allegro Shinichi Suzuki Perpetual Motion Shinichi Suzuki Allegretto Shinichi Suzuki Andantino Shinichi Suzuki Etude Shinichi Suzuki Minuet 1, Minuett III from Suite in G Minor for Klavier, BWV 822 J.S Bach Minuet 2, Minuet, BWV Anh II 116 from Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach J.S Bach Minuet 3, Minuet BWV Anh II 114 Anh III 183 J.S Bach The Happy Farmer from Album for the Young, Op 68, No 10 R Schumann Gavotte F.J Gossec This title is available through SmartMusic....
|Title||:||Suzuki Violin School: Violin Part, Vol. 1|
|Number of Pages||:||564 Pages|
|File Size||:||581 KB|
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Suzuki Violin School: Violin Part, Vol. 1 Reviews
Great starter booklet for anyone learning the violin. I have been on and off with picking up this instrument and have had more than a couple of instructors and most of them use this particular booklet. It's a great way for a beginner to soak their feet. I love how easy each exercise is explained without going too detailed in the approach as well.
This is definitely the book for beginners. My child has been playing the violin for over 7 years and still refers back to it and uses it to brush up on her skills. We play the CD in the car because repetition is key. She will also play along with the CD. This was the best deal on the book. It's a must have
Suzuki Violin School Volume 1 is an excellent way to start your child playing violin. The pieces are well known, part of the common repertoire, and you can play them with your child or accompany your child with the duet book that covers many pieces in Suzuki Violin School Volumes 1 and 2. Get the CD for sure if you do not play violin proficiently yourself, enlist the help of a qualified instructor and you are in for much joy listening to some beautiful music over the years. Suzuki books nicely ground your child in technique and offer very logical and natural progression with music both lyrical and rhythmic. I bought Volumes 1 and 2, and the duet accompaniment, and can highly recommend them!
To the parents of children undertaking the violin, be advised. The detractors that have reservations about the Suzuki method/book are missing two basic facts a) your child will learn how to play the violin (beautifully with some effort), and b) that this is really the only method that directly addresses the daunting task of teaching a string instrument to a child with pre-reading or early reading skills. Like it or not, agree with it or not, this is the method that your teacher will more probably than not adopt. It really does work; I have seen a string orchestra, taught by Suzuki, performing the Bach Concerto for 2 Violins in which none of the performers was over 12. Lest you read other reviews and be tempted to pass on Suzuki for some more "conventional" method, give this book and a good teacher a try, and be amazed at the skills that your child displays.
I like this edition because the 2nd violin part is on two pages, rather than 3, like other editions. It's not combined with the first violin part, so there are no page turns. Some festivals or exams require original parts, so this edition is very helpful.
Couldn't be happier.
This book had everything my daughter needed to practice her violin and learn music and more songs notes chords everything words it's a good practice violin book
get this for your upcoming violinist. The songs are short - but they emphasizes technique and my 8y.o. does not get bored!