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The Asia-Pacific Journal | Japan Focus. Volume 14 | Issue 16 | Number 4 | Aug 15, 1. Selections from Nurtured by Love. Suzuki Shin'ichi. Translated by. Nurtured by Love. A. What does the Suzuki Method offer that is different to other methods? A safe and loving environment that provides your child with care and. As a new "Suzuki" parent, I was so delighted to discover Dr. Suzuki's book and philosophy - that anything can be learned. The Suzuki method is not so much.
He is definitely near the top of the list of people I would like to meet that have already passed on. This potential is tapped depending on their learning environment and training. Critical Pedagogy and Children's Flow: Shinichi Suzuki was an incredible man! Welcome back.
I have a completely refreshed perspective now and I encourage anyone to re-read this new translation. Jul 13, Brenda Cregor rated it it was amazing.
I wept! Shinichi Suzuki was a special soul. This book made a better parent out of me. Not only did Suzuki lay down his theory for teaching music to young children, he coupled this "science" with love.
Certainly, these are the most important experiences a parent could ever share with their child, moments of pure emotion coupled with the support of budding talent. I could read again and again I never get tired of reading this book.
Changes my perspective on life, and increases self-motivation every time I read it. Nov 16, Stacy rated it liked it Shelves: Mix up a good helping of false modesty, with a dash of tall tale, a whole lot of optimism, and a dollop of insightful truth and you will turn out this strange little book. I must disclose that I come to the table already jaded.
I occasionally refer to myself as a victim of the Suzuki method. Thank you Mr. Suzuki for my horrendous and ongoing inability to sight-read much of anything. I jest sort-of , but seriously this is a major and well-known handicap in the Suzuki method. That being said, read Mix up a good helping of false modesty, with a dash of tall tale, a whole lot of optimism, and a dollop of insightful truth and you will turn out this strange little book. That being said, reading this book clarified an awful lot.
Well geez. I am not sure all the American moms enrolling their two year olds in violin are on the same page as Mr. Suzuki here. I think they are expecting a different outcome and may want their money back if they find out. Call me crazy, but something has run amok.
Organizationally, the book is rambling and rather chaotic. But once adjusted to it, it kind of works in a way. It is as if Suzuki is just sitting with you, reminiscing. And everything comes out in whatever order it pops into his mind.
Included in this ramshackle pile of thoughts are occasional bouts of biography, endless name drops, some highly questionable stories wolf-girls, I am looking at you , some pipe dreams, some things that are just plain wrong, and quite a few lovely, lovely ideals. He never directly addresses this. But it seems to be there bubbling under the surface throughout the book.
I had a moment of clarity while reading. It just hit me and came together. Suzuki was Japanese. He lived in Japan. He lived through and beyond the WWII era. Of course I knew these things. But I had never thought about them as a whole.
Here is a perfectly normal, seemingly kind, thoughtful, artistic person who found himself and his nation very much on the wrong side of history. How must that feel? Is it just me or was Mr. Suzuki just trying to repair the broken? If one wants to put a nation back on the right track, where better to start than the children?
He just wanted the ugliness to go away. He envisioned a world peace brought about with an army of toddlers sawing on tiny violins. I mean, I can see his point. It could work. It is kind of genius actually. Anyhow, this is an odd book and difficult to categorize. I found it rather enlightening and largely irritating all at once.
For those familiar with and interested in the Suzuki method and willing to put up with a little chaos, this will be strange. But it is a quick read and you get an idea of who Suzuki was or wanted to be and why he did what he did. Like, you mean motorcycles?
Jun 19, Michelle rated it it was amazing. Having come from a home where music was mostly always around and having had formal piano and violin lessons and a father who always played guitar, which I never really quite understood After my kids grew, my son moved out and left his acoustic guitar, I decided, I need to begin putting more music in my life and wondered if I could possibly learn guitar well. I have had some stumbles due to taking care of my mother, after she passed last year, I finally got back at it and some things I wanted to Having come from a home where music was mostly always around and having had formal piano and violin lessons and a father who always played guitar, which I never really quite understood After my kids grew, my son moved out and left his acoustic guitar, I decided, I need to begin putting more music in my life and wondered if I could possibly learn guitar well.
I have had some stumbles due to taking care of my mother, after she passed last year, I finally got back at it and some things I wanted to understand I have figured out quite well, I am progressing, I have fun and wonder to myself why I did not become in love with this instrument years ago!
Yes, I admit, I am in love with the guitar, I could talk guitar all day. One thing I have begun really focusing on is music theory related to learning the fret board. After reading this book, it demonstrates that a lot of the fear of learning was instilled in my mind young, we hear, terms like "musical", "talented" and I never felt I was any of those things. This book has really enlightened me into how to install training of music from a very young age and it is very much like how children learn language.
Need I say as a speech language pathologist, I loved reading about how Suzuki had that light bulb moment when he understood, if children can become fluent Japanese by 3 years old or any native language they can learn to play by 3 or 4. Reading comes later, just like language, if you are not a fluent speaker, reading is not going to be easy to learn. I love the developmental phases, he understood! This may not be the current thought, but there is so much of this I agree with by implementing the love of music and the instrument through listening and attending, every new parent should read this book.
Really anyone interested in music and music development could benefit from it. Feb 15, Alanna Truong rated it really liked it. This has been on my reading list for a long time, and I had to read it for my Suzuki Piano Course, so I finally got to it!
I thoroughly enjoyed the first three quarters! The last bit made me cringe a bit with his ideals of State enforced education, though well intentioned.
But definitely worth the read, and it enlarged my own philosophy on music, which was very much already heading in the same direction. To summarize: Music isn't learnt and practiced primarily to make great musicians, but rather This has been on my reading list for a long time, and I had to read it for my Suzuki Piano Course, so I finally got to it! Music isn't learnt and practiced primarily to make great musicians, but rather to make us better human beings.
Suzuki talks often about how only a small percentage of his students become professional musicians, but they ALL learn proficiency, and how to play with beautiful sound, and benefit from the habits and exposure for life.
Especially when started at a young age, music has soo much to offer, from character formation, to exposure to great music and other noble human beings and ideas, and more. His own late introduction to studying music is also very inspiring, especially to me as an adult learning a new instrument, and trying to further develop my own childhood piano skills.
Sep 06, Andrea Ortiz Boyer rated it it was amazing. I read the hardback 8th edition published in with a copyright of One of the most moving stories was of a girl who was partially paralyzed who learned to play the violin and was able to heal from her paralysis. Suzuki speaks of his vision for each child, " he will become a noble person through his violin playing.
He sees in children the abilities of seeking the good, the true and the beautiful. And he thinks that children, from birth if possible, should be surrounded by the finest of those ideals.
The finest musicians to listen to, the finest haikus to experience. I went on an unexpected trip through the ideology of Shinichi Suzuki. I am richer for the experience. My son's violin teacher is teaching the Suzuki method and requires the moms to read this book.
I read it over the weekend. It was not bad! He tells some experiences he had teaching some of his students and how we was able to even come up with some of his methods. It is interesting to think about how many decades it has been since he started his methods and even since this book came out!
Not too bad!! Jun 23, Stephanie rated it really liked it. A very inspiring book! Suzuki was an incredible educator with a grand vision to educate children to have noble hearts as well as becoming great musicians.
Feb 09, Ben Moore rated it really liked it. Pleasantly surprised by this book. Quick read but a good one. Aug 30, Mandy rated it really liked it.
I enjoyed the book - enjoyed learning about me Suzuki, he is a true artist. I really buy into what he is teaching-kids learn best in an environment of love and that talent is something we develop. Even those who are not naturally musical can be great musicians.
Susan Bauman, a Suzuki violin teacher trained by Shinichi Suzuki in Japan, gives sever- The fundamental ideology is based on the al examples to explain the connection between assumption that originally all humans are born the Mother Tongue method and Japanese spirit with considerable high potential for developing or Zen Buddhism in her book In Search of the themselves… This wonderful ability of learning Japanese Spirit in Talent Education.
She says, is developed by the environment. This is character ki training. But I know that what I conceive is possible, There are also some common misconceptions and I believe that one day the human race will about Suzuki teaching.
Suzuki-trained students do not read music. Suzuki created ideals in music education Suzuki-trained students play like robots. Conclusion Too rapid progress through the materials Talent Education was revolutionary in mu- without careful groundwork and reinforcement sic education. Most aspects of tion and support. Technically, students can learn how to play the Too early transition to reading, with conse- instrument very easily and have fun with that. In quent abandonment of stress on beautiful tone my opinion, only problem could be the misuse and correct playing.
Teacher should not Underestimating the importance of the es- apply this method without games, enthusiasm sential spirit of the teacher-student-parent tril- and patience.
In public school system Suzuki Method may Another problem in Americanized Talent not work because of big number of students in Education mentioned by Barbara Barber, a Su- classrooms and lack of parental support. As far zuki teacher as follows: Children concretize in the United States each fall. They with lack of stimulation could not be success- are always inspiring performances for students, ful; therefore, the method does not work. I think parents and teachers.
Suzuki constantly emphasizes BIG doors for both music teachers and students. Let us put our Why should not we awaken Turkey? Selected Barber, Barbara. Fall Oxford University Press. A Comparison. American Suzuki Journal, 22, 1, Barrett, Carolyn.
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July Zen-on Music Company. Music Educators Journal, 83, Mc Spadden, Joseph. December Suzuki Changed My Life. Spring Suzuki sey: Speaks About Education. American Suzuki Journal, Kataoka, Haruko. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book Details Author: Shinichi Suzuki ,Waltraud Suzuki Pages: Paperback Brand: Alfred ISBN: Description This book is the cornerstone upon which to build any Suzuki library.
In it, the author presents the philosophy and principles of Suzuki's teaching methods. Through the examples from his own life and teaching, Suzuki establishes his case for early childhood education and the high potential of every human being not just those seemingly gifted.
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