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Suzuki Bass School Piano Acc., Volume 2 (Revised)

VERLAG: Alfred Music Publications
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Kontrabass
The Suzuki philosophy is based upon the idea that children can learn music in the same manner they do their native language, through repetitive listening. This listening is then followed up with 1) Individual instruction with atrained Suzuki teacher 2) Group lessons on a bi-weekly / weekly basis 3)
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Spezifikationen
Verlag Alfred Music Publications
Instrumentierung Kontrabass
Produktformat Buch
Instrument Group Kontrabass
Erscheinungsjahr 2004
Genre Schule
ISBN 9780874873740
UPC 654979067627
Serie Suzuki Method International
Seitenzahl 20
No. ALF000374S
Beschreibung
The Suzuki philosophy is based upon the idea that children can learn music in the same manner they do their native language, through repetitive listening. This listening is then followed up with 1) Individual instruction with atrained Suzuki teacher 2) Group lessons on a bi-weekly / weekly basis 3) Parent Involvement 4) Encouragement. Students begin lessons as early as two years old and through repetition of small and enjoyable steps begin building amusic vocabulary.
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Songlist
  • 1. English Folk Song
  • 2. Etude [Suzuki, Shinichi]
  • 3. French Folk Song (In C)
  • 4. Goblin's Dance [Lyons, W. K.]
  • 5. May Time [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
  • 6. Minuet No.1 [Bach, Johann Sebastian]
  • 7. Moon Over The Ruined Castle [Taki, Robert]
  • 8. Rigadoon (Musicks Handmaid) [Purcell, Henry]
  • 9. Sakura (Japanese Folk Song)
  • 10. Shortnin' Bread (Folk Song) [Arr. Dixon, V]
  • 11. The Happy Farmer Op.68 No.10 (Album For The Young) [Schumann, Robert]
  • 12. Theme From Symphony No.1 [Mahler, Gustav]
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