Title: Teaching musicality to elementary school violin students through the Suzuki Method (abstract)
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Title: Teaching musicality to elementary school violin students through the Suzuki Method (abstract)
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Language: English
Creator: Franklin, Julie
Publisher: University of Florida
Publication Date: 2007
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Summary of Project Option in Lieu of Thesis
Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the
Degree of Master of Music in Music Education

TEACHING MUSICALITY TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL VIOLIN STUDENTS
THROUGH THE SUZUKI METHOD

Julie Franklin

December 2007

Chair: Russell Robinson
Major: Music Education


This study will focus on students at Duval and Metcalfe elementary school violin

programs. The students in the control group will be taught using the Suzuki Method in a

group lesson setting. The students in the variable group will be taught using the Suzuki

Method as well, with an emphasis on musicality including dynamics, and synchrony as

an ensemble.

Both public and private teachers will be interviewed to see if they have found a

significant difference in students who fully grasp the concept of musicality and those who

do not. Teachers will be asked to evaluate their students' progress from week to week.




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