Children Learn to Play Music by Listening


Children can learn to play an instrument before they even start school. That’s the philosophy of the Suzuki method of teaching music. The child first learns to play music by hearing it, rather than reading musical notes. VOA’s Deborah Block watched the progress of some kids taking violin lessons in Alexandria, Virginia.


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