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Suzuki Piano School, Volume 1

Revised Edition

By Dr. Shinichi Suzuki

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Suzuki Piano School, Volume 1 (Revised Edition). For piano. This edition: Revised. Piano - Suzuki Method. The Suzuki Method Core Materials. Learn To Play and Technique. Beginner. Instructional book. Fingerings and introductory text. 31 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.0473S).

ISBN 0874874734. With fingerings and introductory text. Learn To Play and Technique. 9x12 inches.

Additional materials, available separately, for Suzuki Piano School, Volume 1 include: Compact Disc (AP.0896, AP.0497, AP.0461), Cassette (AP.0330, AP.0466, AP.0276, AP.0901).

  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations  Composed by S. Suzuki
  • The Honeybee  Composed by Traditional
  • Cuckoo  Composed by Traditional
  • Lightly Row  Composed by Traditional
  • French Children's Song  Composed by Traditional
  • London Bridge  Composed by Traditional
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb  Composed by Traditional
  • Go Tell Aunt Rhody  Composed by Traditional
  • Au Claire De La Lune  Composed by J.B. Lully
  • Long, Long Ago  Composed by T.H. Bayly
  • Little Playmates  Composed by F.X. Chwatal
  • Chant Arabe  Composed by Traditional
  • Allegretto 1  Composed by Carl Czerny
  • Good-bye To Winter  Composed by Traditional
  • Allegretto 2  Composed by Carl Czerny
  • Christmas-Day Secrets  Composed by T. Dutton
  • Allegro  Composed by S. Suzuki
  • Musette  Composed by Anonymous
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Anonymous
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    Beginner
  • December 24, 2008 great for beginners!

    This book really allows beginners to use their left hand more independantly. A good start to classical music.

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  • 4

    Anonymous
    Location:
    South Carolina
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 29, 2008 Great Buy

    This was recommended by my daughter's piano instructor. So far so good.

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  • 4

    Luis Alcazar
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    Lima-Peru
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • May 10, 2007 Luis Alcazar

    I recommend this piano lesson.

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  • 5

    Andria
    Location:
    Chicago
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • March 16, 2007 Good Revisions

    I have taught Suzuki piano lessons for many years and I find that this revised edition has been well done. The songs have been better arranged on the pages making for easier reading. Since students in the Suzuki Method are learning by ear during the first year, this ease of...

    reading helps the parent. The larger note size also helps parents who are just beginning to read music. All the Suzuki Method books assume the teacher has taken training courses. There are no explanations of new techniques for each song, nor pictures of examples to follow. This is not a "teach yourself" kind of method. You would want this music only if you or your child is taking lessons from a teacher using the Suzuki Method.

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  • 5

    Olivia Schmidt
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    Beginner
  • February 24, 2007 Suzuki for Learners of All Ages

    The first time I used this product, I was five years old. This early start with Suzuki taught me to play by ear. Nine years later, I returned to Suzuki. My technique had slacked, but I appreciated Suzuki's injury prevention and tone improvement more than I would have when...

    I was younger. These experiences made playing more effective, beautiful and enjoyable. That is why I would recommend Suzuki above all other methods, for both young and older learners. This method does require a lot of patience for teachers and parents as well as the student. For example, the student is required to listen to the pieces daily. Obviously, though, learning becomes easier after the correct habits form. My only concern is whether a student should learn to play by ear before learning to read music (according to Suzuki method). I don't know from experience how well this works, because I learned how to read music before.

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