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James Plattes

Quick Overview of the Suzuki Violin Method

November 23, 2010 at 2:08 AM

I have designed and posted a website dedicated to giving prospective students and parents a quick overview of the Suzuki violin method.  In this site, I have compared and contrasted traditional violin teaching methods with the Suzuki method.  It's a five minute read and it can give parents a resource to quickly learn some of what's involved in the Suzuki method.  The address is:

http://www.suzukichild.com

It is my hope that this can be a valuable resource to parents of young violinists, and parents considering violin lessons for their child.  Hopefully this site presents an unbiased overview of these two violin learning approaches.   While searching the web, I found that it's hard to find this kind of concise information about the Suzuki violin method.

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