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eBook Suzuki Recorder School (Soprano Recorder), Vol 2: Recorder Part download ISBN: 0874875544
Author: Alfred Music
Publisher: SUZUKI (September 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1985 kb
Fb2: 1238 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Subcategory: Music

This is book 2 in a multi volume series

This is book 2 in a multi volume series. There is an excellent fingering chart in book 1 and if a student learns everything in book 1 including the tone and technique page following Come Lovely May there will be much less need for the fingering chart when starting book 2. Understand. Suzuki music school programs are intended to build on each other. The books are intended to be used in correct sequence. The CD is played "at speed," meaning, the recording artists play according to the metronome markings for each piece.

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Published by Alfred Publishing.

In addition, there are accompaniment part books that go along with this material.

Publisher: Alfred Publishing. In addition, there are accompaniment part books that go along with this material. Table of contents: The Flowers Are Sleeping (Folk Song).

Published by Alfred Music (A. 553S). This book really needs to be used with a teacher who is familiar with the Suzuki Pedagogy and can lead the student to a fine technical ability.

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Comments: (2)
Gietadia
Very good except it does not have any fingerings chart at all, NONE. so the idea evidently is that you MUST have a teacher or go get your own fingering chart. Not like most beginner /intermediate books. AND, the CD for this book is very fast, you need to have a slow downer feature on your computer. on the good side the tu, du , ru are written out under the notes which no other books have.
Kagaramar
This is book 2 in a multi volume series. There is an excellent fingering chart in book 1 and if a student learns everything in book 1 including the tone and technique page following Come Lovely May there will be much less need for the fingering chart when starting book 2.

Understand. Suzuki music school programs are intended to build on each other. The books are intended to be used in correct sequence. The CD is played "at speed," meaning, the recording artists play according to the metronome markings for each piece. The CD IS NOT YOUR TEACHER. The CD is for "ear training," for setting the pace and sound of each piece in your mind long before you learn to play it.

I love Suzuki music training. I started the violin school when I was 4, added piano school at age 10. I'm in my 30's now and picking up the recorder program. This way of learning music, listening to it, learning to play by rote, practicing everything you know before you work on the new material - this works for me. I've seen it work for many children and adults. But if you don't want to put in the commitment to start at the very beginning and teach your ears as much as you teach your fingers, well, you should probably move on and learn from a different program.