Video-Sammlung Nr. 6: Über das Unterrichtskonzept von S. Suzuki

Category: 8. KOSTENLOSE Video- & Audio-Einspielungen

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Shinichi Suzuki: "LET US WORK TOGETHER!"
 


This is a BRIEF EXCERPT from a film of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, teaching at the first European Workshop in Denmark in 1981, when he was aged 83.

In his speech he explains what he expects of future teacher generations.

"LET US WORK TOGETHER
to achieve continuous development and increasing perfection of our ideas!"

The greater part of this film material was contributed by Tove Detreköy and the Danish Suzuki Institute. In 2009 Kerstin Wartberg made this film for her teacher trainees and all interested Suzuki teachers.

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Musical Concept:
Kerstin Wartberg, Exercises from STEP by STEP

Tonalization in G Major / The Bell Song
Shifting Exercise / Marionette Dance in Third Position

Violin: Rudolf Gaehler
Piano and Piano Arrangements: David Andruss

HERE you can download the piano parts.

 

 

Quote by SHINICHI SUZUKI


This video includes a key phrase from SHINICHI SUZUKI'S book “Nurtured by Love”.

A living tree brings forth buds;
on each branch blooms lovely flowers.
It is the splendid course of nature.

Man, I believe, should follow Mother Nature
and bring forth FRUIT.

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The music in this video is from "My Trio Book" by Kerstin Wartberg
It contains all the pieces from Volumes l and 2 of the Suzuki Violin School, arranged for three violins.
https://en.germansuzuki.com/?page_id=189
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The sheet music of this song (arranged for 2 violins & cello) and many other pieces can be downloaded from the Online Media Library.

 

 

“The Philosophical Foundation of the Suzuki Method”, Part II: “Back to the Roots”
 

During the 7th European Suzuki Teachers Exchange Convention in Germany one of the conference lectures was about
“The Philosophical Foundation of the Suzuki Method”
This video shows an excerpt of part II with the title: “Back to the Roots”

The philosophical foundation of the Suzuki method is closely related to some aspects of the philosophy of nature which is concerned with understanding the underlying principles of all processes in nature and in all creation.
Here, Suzuki formed his personal ideas about the meaning and purpose of life. He applied his conclusions to the subjects of Education and Art and developed his teaching method. This aims at giving an opportunity to teachers, parents and children to experience daily their own process of growing and maturing, thereby playing themselves an active part.

 

Spanish Version: Los fundamentos filosóficos del método Suzuki
 

 

Deutsche Version: Mutter Natur - Gedanken von Shinichi Suzuki
 

 

 


Shinichi Suzuki in Denmark, Part 4: Finger flexibility
 


"LET US WORK TOGETHER
to achieve continuous development and increasing perfection of our ideas!"
Shinichi Suzuki
This is a BRIEF EXCERPT from a film of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, teaching at the first European Workshop in Denmark in 1981, when he was aged 83.

The greater part of this film material was contributed by Tove Detreköy and the Danish Suzuki Institute. In 2009 Kerstin Wartberg edited the film material for her teacher trainees and all interested Suzuki teachers.

 


EDUCATION THROUGH MUSIC
 

Learning to play a musical instrument is the best way to encourage, cultivate and continuously improve many positive characteristics.
Shinichi Suzuki's guiding principle was "Character first, ability second".

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"Paganini Motion" by Kerstin Wartberg

Violin: Rudolf Gaehler
Piano and Piano Arrangements: David Andruss


 

 

 

Essential Lessons I learned from Dr Suzuki
 


Suzuki's Teaching Concept by Kerstin Wartberg Introduction / PART 1 July 2017 Recordings from STEP by STEP

Violin: Rudolf Gaehler

Piano and Piano Arrangements: David Andruss
https://en.germansuzuki.com/?page_id=174

Bruch ADAGIO

Violin: Rudolf Gaehler
Organ: Tobias Kunst
Arrangement for Violin, Organ and Harp (ad libitum): Kerstin Wartberg