Shinichi Suzuki, his speeches and essays by Shinichi Suzuki

By Shinichi Suzuki

Dr. Suzuki's writings and addresses, a few of which aren't in most cases to be had, are accrued the following to offer his philosophies at the mom Tongue strategy and the schooling of youngsters with the Suzuki process.

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Sterne focuses on the tacit race, class and age implications behind the ‘nonaggressive’ surface of these practices, unveiling the political and ethical dimension below the aesthetic surface of Muzak. Serena Facci’s essay, ‘An Anthropology of Soundtracks in Gym Centers’ (Chapter 8), focuses on the way the global diffusion of reproduced music has changed the use (for some, the abuse) of music. Through case studies on the music played in fitness centres in Italy, she combines ethnographic fieldwork and ethnomusicological approaches to discuss how and why some repertoires are chosen on the basis of the time of the day, the types of customer and the kinds of sport.

Part I Histories This page has been left blank intentionally Chapter 1 Caliban’s Ear: A Short History of Ambient Music Lawrence Kramer People today are awash in music from radios, television, elevators and supermarkets. It is possible that the pervasiveness of music may lead to more hallucinations. The New York Times, 12 July 20051 The hallucinations in question are exaggerated forms of ‘brainworms’ – music stuck in the head. Scientists, the Times story reports, are currently investigating the strange phenomenon of an outbreak of ‘musical hallucinations’ among older people who have lost some hearing.

In what sound-world did they hear it? How, in that world, did it matter that it was music that they heard, whether figuratively or literally? What, in that case, did the music, the musicality of music, (come to) mean? The questions are posed of a liminal figure in liminal spaces and could hardly be posed otherwise. Liminality, too, is an acoustic issue; what is more liminal than the ear? So the questions are posed of Caliban, roaming an island that is no longer his except for its ambient music and its later echoes; of James Agee, caught between the metropolis and the backwoods in a dark time; and of myself, passing through the Bluebeard’s Castle of New York’s Pennsylvania Station to the sounds of disembodied Brahms and Mozart.

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