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Music Lessons Were the Best Thing Your Parents Ever Did for You
If your parents ever submitted you to regular music lessons as a kid, you probably got in a fight with them once or twice about it. Maybe you didn’t want to go; maybe you didn’t like practicing. But we have some bad news: They were right. It turns out that all those endless major scale exercises and repetitions of “Chopsticks” had some incredible effects on our minds.
Ability Development vs Inability Development
This article demonstrate the power of regular daily practice.
Peaceful, Productive Practice
Here is a straightforward list of things that are guaranteed to improve the quality of both the Parent and Child's time spent practicing. Print this out and stick it on a wall near where you practice!
John Spiby-Vann's Granny was inspired to write this short poem after watching John's mum, John and his cat practicing each morning. Read more...
The Parent-Child Relationship
In this article, reproduced from Suzuki Word magazine, Sharron Beamer explains the parent-child relationship that must be developed for a joyful and mutually beneficial Suzuki experience.
Dear Suzuki Parent
Sharron Beamer's article, from Ability Development magazine, provides advice to the new Suzuki parent.