American Suzuki Journal 43.3

Cover picture by Sandra Davis

Published May 2015

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American Suzuki Journal 43.3

Features

Songs My Mother Taught Me

Songs My Mother Taught Me

Columns

Chair's Column

Chair’s Column

Canoeing Down the Kreisler River

Canoeing Down the Kreisler River

Paco de Lucia – Passion to Inspire Young Players

Paco de Lucia – Passion to Inspire Young Players

Teaching & Learning

Viola Teacher Training for Violinists

Viola Teacher Training for Violinists

Adding Bass to Your Program

Once there was a wonderful orchestra. It had mostly violinists divided up into two sections, but also plentiful violists and cellists. Each member had thorough training, since they had all started at a very young age, and they could technically… Read more ▶

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The Basics of Search Engine Optimization for the Private Studio Teacher

The Basics of Search Engine Optimization for the Private Studio Teacher

Truly by Ear

Truly by Ear

Teens and Motivation: A Quick Overview

Teens and Motivation: A Quick Overview

Metamorphosis from Student into Artist Teacher, Part III: Unique Challenges Young Teachers Encounter, Time Management, and Cultivating the Suzuki Phil

Metamorphosis from Student into Artist Teacher, Part III: Unique Challenges Young Teachers Encounter, Time Management, and Cultivating the Suzuki Phil

Viewpoints

Attitude in Suzuki Studios

Attitude in Suzuki Studios

News From Here & There

Suzuki Talent Education Edmonton: 50th Anniversary

Suzuki Talent Education Edmonton: 50th Anniversary

Theory Olympics

Theory Olympics

Student Spotlight: Violin Students Bring Joy to Japanese Nursing Home

Student Spotlight: Violin Students Bring Joy to Japanese Nursing Home

Stories, Poems & Tributes

Letter to Katie

Letter to Katie

Where Love is Deep: A Sad Finale, Well Played

Where Love is Deep: A Sad Finale, Well Played

In Memoriam: Dorothy Walker

In Memoriam: Dorothy Walker