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April 19, 2015 - PRLog -- The innovative Strings Along method is based on our natural ability to learn by engaging with master musicians so you learn naturally and quickly playing with the best.  Learn as you watch, hearing and actually play with great musicians.  Playing together you will naturally adjust the tone of your notes, your rhythm will swing with the professionals and your timing will fall in sync with the great musicians on the Strings Along team at http://StringAlong.com.  Your playing level will naturally improve quickly as you practice the songs piece by piece.

Each piece in the Strings Along repertoire offers learning points that will develop a well rounded musician.  Each piece has from 5 to 10 variations of practice videos.  All songs are recorded with the full accompaniment: Early violin offers a harp, guitar or violin duet accompaniment.  Intermediate offers string quartet or violin - cello duet pieces.

It’s an extraordinary opportunity to accelerate your learning and increase the pleasure of playing music together.  Don’t practice alone, play in a duet or quartet!  Music was always meant to play together and now the digital age gives you unlimited access to master players, in your home, any time.

As a member, you will receive numerous videos for each piece that assist your practice on many levels.  First listen, watch and play with the full accompaniment. This gives a feel for the piece and how the parts work best together.  The up close videos will help you catch every nuance of the master musicians.  As you learn the piece, the accompaniment will carry you through until you have assimilated the pieces’ framework.

The second set of videos have the violin playing their parts alone.  You can concentrate on your part specifically and learn all the finer details.  Now you can hon exactly your part.  Practice matching the video will give a measurable gauge to work to and motivate.

The third series of videos are the minus your part practices.  You are now fully in the duet or quartet as a participant.  The videos show the other musicians but not your part.  You play the violin and have the support of the other players to motivate  and correct as the pieces flow without embarrassment, free to repeat.  Practice in your own home, on your own schedule as often as possible.  Practice the measures where you need most help.  No pressure with Strings Along.

The Strings Along Method leads a student to better playing and more fun. The student will naturally self correct making the teacher and parents’ jobs easier and more pleasant.

Meet the master musicians, who bring the Strings Along concept to life. Highly trained Suzuki violin teachers, concertmasters, professional performers, composers and innovators.  Where else can students play with this level of accomplishment for $10/month?

The Suzuki violin Method, named after its founder Shinichi Suzuki,   This method is the result of  Suzuki observations of how children learn to speak. He noticed that children speak very easily and accurately their native language, even with the accents and intonations of their region. He felt that it showed a certain natural disposition. From birth, children are immersed in mother language. Suzuki concluded that if the children were regularly immersed in a musical atmosphere, they would develop their aptitude for music.
Children do not first learn the alphabet or grammar, but directly try to talk at once, with some considerable success. To learn to speak, Suzuki has identified three criteria: the environment, motivation and practice. Visit StringsAlong.com to enroll your kids for online violin training today.

Child’s environment – Suzuki violin method
The environment or surroundings that the child will copy or imitate plays a crucial role.   Babies when born absorb everything within their grasp.  The child wants to imitate whatever he or she sees.  They seek stimulation.  Eventually, their capacities gradually develop and they learn to master control and finally manage to utter first words.

Goto StringsAlong.com to find out more about Early Violin online video lessons using Suzuki Violin Book 1 & 14 supplemental beginning pieces and Suzuki Method Violin, learn the nuances of violin play along videos.

Check us out to find more information about Intermediate Violin Play Along Lessons. Play with master musicians in a duet or string quartet.

Child’s motivation – Suzuki violin method
The motivation grows exponentially with acquisition of skills.  So providing a rich environment provokes enthusiasm in students and the joy of discovering new skills and feeling the success.

Practice – learning via violin play along videos
Practice is crucial in any craft, especially so with development of musical acumen.  We believe that by emulating master musicians from the beginning, the learning curve is accelerated and self esteem and all the attributes that come with success, are increased rapidly and sustained over years.

In conclusion, learning the native language is based on the power of adaptation and assimilation quickly and naturally in a rich active environment. Students environment, exposure and their education will have a decisive role.  If you want your child to enjoy the chance at being the next Bach or Mozart, Look at StringsAlong.com to find out more about Early through Intermediate Violin online video lessons & play alongs with Suzuki Method Violin teachers, learn the basic principles of violin with play along videos.

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