American Suzuki Journal 36.3

Cover picture by Rodney Farrar

Published July 2008

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American Suzuki Journal 36.3

Features

Panda

Panda

Rodney's Fabulous Adventure: Honoring Dr. Suzuki in Japan

Meet the Cavani Quartet

Watching the Leader

Watching the Leader

Columns

Chair’s Column

Close Your Eyes and Visualize

Close Your Eyes and Visualize

A Different Way to Tune Your Guitar

A Different Way to Tune Your Guitar

For Many Years to Come

For Many Years to Come

Suzuki in the Schools Teacher Training Program Up and Running

Quotations from the Master

Quotations from the Master

Life Lessons on the 401

Life Lessons on the 401

Enjoying Pianissimo

Enjoying Pianissimo

Teaching & Learning

Working with the Autistic Student

Working with the Autistic Student

Unbeatable Teamwork

Unbeatable Teamwork

A Teacher's Teacher

A Teacher’s Teacher

Who was Dr. Haruko Kataoka? What is Piano Basics?

Who was Dr. Haruko Kataoka? What is Piano Basics?

Summer Thoughts...or...How am I going to keep my child practicing for 2 or 3 months?

Summer Thoughts…or…How am I going to keep my child practicing for 2 or 3 months?

Program Ideas from Dave

Program Ideas from Dave

Viewpoints

Networking through Facebook

Networking through Facebook

Latin America

Second Annual Costa Rica Suzuki Festival

IV Latin American Suzuki Teachers’ Conference

XXIII International Suzuki Festival

Lima, Peru January 5-24, 2008 Over 200 teachers and 400 students attended this successful event held in Newton College in the capital city of Peru. The SAA teacher trainers were Marilyn O’Boyle, Nancy Lokken, Nancy Hair, Virginia Dixon, MaryLou Roberts, Doris Koppelman… Read more ▶

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ASJ 36.3, page 75

News From Here & There

New Chapter Welcomed

Annual Meeting & New Board Members Welcomed


ASJ 36.3, page 8

Stories, Poems & Tributes

SuzukiPiano Premieres Piano Pieces

SuzukiPiano Premieres Piano Pieces

The School for Strings

The School for Strings

My First Piano Recital

My First Piano Recital