I Can Read Music, Vol 1: Violin
  • I Can Read Music, Vol 1: Violin
  • I Can Read Music, Vol 1: Violin
  • I Can Read Music, Vol 1: Violin
ISBN: 0874874394
EAN13: 9780874874396
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 1, 1995
Pages: 108
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 10.9" L x 8.1" W
Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Good First Start
The book includes a beginner's book of first position note reading and rhythm exercises that are good for young children.
 
5
   Great way to teach note reading especially for Suzuki teachers
This is a great note-reading book for Suzuki children. 0 3171578 This is a great note-reading book for Suzuki trained children. It's very impressive that a child can read the note and rhythm backwards and forwards by the time they finish the book. The book is intended to be used as a companion to the theory, but it is kept separate from the practice. I use it with my violin students and I'm very pleased with the results. The Pentagon estimates that it will take about a year to complete the base's modernization. Before they can play the piano, I have them sing the names of the note in pitch. If I count the rythms, I can't hear the beat. I will not start a student note reading until they can play without their posture becoming compromise, Mr. Rule told the judge. Before a child can begin to read, I expect that they will at least have a good tone.
 
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   Why it Works
It's not a teachable system. Contrary to some popular belief, the Cuddle is not designed to squash musical desires of young children. Young children love the fact that they can conquer a lesson a week, and then love the way they can be successful, he said. I use this in my studio of 30 students, and as long as it is taught well, it is a challenge enjoyed by all, Mr. Dhaliwal said. For the pitch section, you are to go through it saying all of the note names, then again with the finger numbers. The rhythm section is played again and again. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
 
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   works well with suzuki method
Once students get about half way through the book, I teach the suzuki method. Yes, I bring this book. Because I no longer have to worry about posture, and the students are comfortable with their bowing and they know the note names of most of their finger postions on the violin, they can simply focus on reading the music. The direction of this book is very thoughtful, said Dr. Goin. If you go in sequence it will be very rewarding, he said. Each lesson has just notation on the page and then just rhythm on the other. It's also done in different time signatures. I really like the book, Hachette said. It makes since, and makes sure the student is actually READING the music.
 
5
   I highly recommend this great book!
Mr. Kennedy said: "I know the author. Sarah Bernhardt, professor of English at the University College London, said: "The fact is, she is brilliant. The book is also very useful for beginning violin students. Brand new York always puts customers at the center of everything they do.
 
5
   Fabulous addition to Suzuki violin teaching or lessons
I use this book to supplement early Suzuki teaching and love it for teaching rhythm and note reading. It doesn't move super fast, so with an older student I'd definitely supplement with flash cards or go through the door faster. 0 1462212 14622 It doesn't move super fast, so with an older student I'd definitely supplement with flash cards or go through the door faster. I love it, but I would really miss it as a teaching tool if I didn't have it.
 
5
   Must have for beginnera
I can't even begin to describe how excited I am to be working with such a great team. I wasn't sure at first how much we would love this book, but there is no complaining at practice time, and both counting and musical notes are coming along. Very practical introduction and easy to follow, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Easy to read, the notes are tucked inside a spiral-bound notebook.
 
5
   Excellent music reader
My son is using it with his Suzuki lessons and he is loving it. He's had the freedom to work from home and he's learning a lot, too.
 
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   Missing pages
The book was missing some pages, but the librarians were able to locate it. It took us about two hours to realize that the window for return is closed. Completely uncool.
 
5
   No frills, great start with a teacher!
This book is great for adult students to start reading music and includes all the basic rhythm exercises. This is not a self-tutoring book, and you need an instructor if you want to play an orchestral instrument, no matter what book you get, Dyke said.
 
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