Learn music with Suzuki's Talent Education

A quick way to gain optimal rhythm skills

Designed for children, Eurhythmics is an excellent approach for adults and children.

Based on the principle that each child is born with an inherent ability to learn a musical instrument and succeed at it. In contrast to the belief that he is either born with a proclivity for music study, Suzuki's Talent Education program is a straightforward approach to "ability development." Suzuki's belief is also called the "Mother Tongue Method," as Suzuki's approach parallels a child's ability to learn language.

Knowledge is not skill. Knowledge plus ten thousand times is skill!
—Suzuki


Talent Education

A student approaches lessons and practice in a way that either fosters its success, or not. There are no shortcuts. You cannot simply compare a student who practices five minutes a day with another who practices an hour a day. The student who practices five minutes a day does not gain ability in the long run; a student who practices an hour a day, in a conscientious way, develops superior skill without fail.

People either become experts at doing the right thing, which is seen as a fine talent, or they become experts at doing something that is wrong and unacceptable, which is seen as lack of talent. Depending upon these two things — the amount and quality of the practice — superior ability can be produced in anyone.
—Suzuki


Learn Music Through Practice

Through listening and repetition, each child learns to speak in his native language. A child learns to speak by listening to many as 70 repetitions of a word, phrase or sentence in a given time period. The child must “repeat, rework and reiterate” to ultimately make that word his own and move on to the next. A child does not likely understand the benefit of this repetition, but in time proudly learns each word.

People either become experts at doing the right thing, which is seen as a fine talent, or they become experts at doing something that is wrong and unacceptable, which is seen as lack of talent. Depending upon these two things — the amount and quality of the practice — superior ability can be produced in anyone.

How to beat rhythm problems in music

I know that the most joy in my life has come to me in my violin.
—Albert Einstein


Music is the poetry of the air.
—Jean Paul Richter 


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