American Suzuki Journal 44.2

Published February 2016

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American Suzuki Journal 44.2

Features

Buffalo Suzuki Strings in South Africa: Searching for World Harmony through Music

Buffalo Suzuki Strings is no stranger to touring. Forever driven by Dr. Suzuki’s vision and the BSS dream of “world harmony through music,” Mary Cay Neal, founder of BSS and the BSS Friendship Touring Ensemble, has taken groups of students… Read more ▶

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Conference

We are Suzuki: Embracing the Vision

SAA 17th Biennial Conference Highlights Read more ▶

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Part 3: What do Suzuki studios look like?

Part 3: What do Suzuki studios look like?

Columns

Chair's Column

Chair’s Column

Experienced Artists Structure Clever Didactic Educational Symbols

Experienced Artists Structure Clever Didactic Educational Symbols

Dots, Stickers, and Tapes, Oh My!

Dots, Stickers, and Tapes, Oh My!

Pressure Tactics: How Classical Guitarists Handle Getting the Strings to the Frets

Pressure Tactics: How Classical Guitarists Handle Getting the Strings to the Frets

Teaching & Learning

Recruiting 101

Recruiting 101

Let's Talk About Practicing!

Let’s Talk About Practicing!

Pictures of Suzuki Parents

Pictures of Suzuki Parents

Lessons I Learned from Margery Aber

Lessons I Learned from Margery Aber

Viewpoints

Suzuki Institutes 101

Suzuki Institutes 101

Book Review

Review: Reading between the Lines

The process of learning to read music is a vital skill that Suzuki teachers instill in students. It is a progressive skill, which requires daily home practice paired with weekly attention at lessons. In the end, it is an essential… Read more ▶

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News & Information

Our Circle of Esteemed Friends: The SAA Honorary Board

Our Circle of Esteemed Friends: The SAA Honorary Board