Interessant !

Overzicht van de vingerzetting in de verschillende posities :  overzicht posities


Too many notes (blog)

Not too many notes – too many words! I bet you thought I was going to talk about teachers talking too much. Nope, In my opinion, we don’t talk enough to our students. But that’s an issue for another post. Here, I want to discuss the problem of parent prolixity: how it affects the learning process and what we teachers can do to help the well-meaning parents afflicted with it.


Tips voor Suzuki-ouders

Dagelijks oefenen, is dat nodig ? Hoe pak ik het aan ?
Help, mijn kind heeft geen zin om te oefenen !
Wat zijn de voordelen van vroeg starten met muziek ?
Waarom is het nodig dat ik als ouder aanwezig ben in de lessen ?

Een interessante samenvatting vind je hier (in het Nederlands) : how to get your child to practice…without resorting to violence


How playing an instrument benefits your brain (YouTube)

“When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. What’s going on? Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians’ brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout.”


Notes from a Suzuki Mom : The “Twinkle” year (Blog)

“Today our blog post comes from Aparna Asthana, a Suzuki mom and dedicated parent. Her son Rohan, who was born prematurely, struggled early on with speech and with fine motor skills. Aparna writes about her drive to teach Rohan the violin, their long struggle with the Suzuki method, and Rohan’s eventual delight in making music.”


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