Source:The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, p.263 pages : (2022)
Keywords:(OCoLC)fst01167358, (OCoLC)fst01167457, (OCoLC)fst01736353, 20th century., bisacsh, fast, Humanism in music., Humanisme dans la musique., Instruction and study, Instruction and study., Japan, Japan., Japon., Juvenile, MUSIC / History & Criticism., Professeurs de violon, Violin, Violin teachers, Violin teachers.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-246) and index.No Ordinary Childhood, No Ordinary Environment -- Formative Encounters -- Enchanted Circles -- Berlin, the Golden City -- For the Sake of Beautiful Tone -- "No Such Thing as a Born Genius" -- Picking Up the Pieces -- The World Is His Stage -- "Suzuki Messodo"-In My Time."Shinichi Suzuki, of the eponymous Suzuki Method, debunked Western stereotypes about "authentic" classical performance while transforming music education globally. Yet as Eri Hotta shows, his movement was about much more than developing music skills. A committed humanist, he aspired to nurture the potential, musical or otherwise, in every child"--