5 edition of The Right Instrument for Your Child found in the catalog.
The Right Instrument for Your Child
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
5 Ways to Help Your Child Choose a Musical Instrument J by Music Lessons Frisco TX. Music plays a significant role in the development of children, and if the time ever comes that they desire to play an instrument, it can be an exciting time. However, you want to make sure that they are choosing the right instrument for the right Author: Music Lessons Frisco TX. Another benefit of choosing the right book is that it will provide you step by step guidelines that will make the learning easier. Even if you have never played the clarinet or any other musical instrument before, if you purchase a good guidebook, it will help you and make the whole learning process easier and quicker than your imagination.
This is a unique book - now in it's 4th, updated edition - which offers a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual child. Starting with the physical and emotional make-up of the child and using questionnaires and charts, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of various instruments/5(16). This unique book offers a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual child. Starting with the physical and emotional make-up of the child and using questionnaires and charts, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of various instruments.
An instrument repair expert will evaluate your instrument and make sure it is in good playing condition, and you can order your lesson book and any supplies you might need as well. Here are some links to help you and your child make the right choice in selecting an instrument. Get advice from your child's school music teacher. Make sure your child is interested in playing an instrument before you buy one. Don't spend lots of money on your child's first instrument - wait until you are sure they want to continue with it. Encourage your kids' passion for .
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An updated edition of the definitive guide to choosing the right instrument to unlock a child's musical potential. Offering a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual child, this unique book starts with the child's physical and emotional makeup, and uses questionnaires and charts to systematically explain the pros and cons of various by: 5.
Please do NOT purchase this book if you are looking for the right instrument for your child. Seek out a music store with a music teacher and have your kid try out different instruments. I am a music teacher and I read this book for the sole enjoyment of the politically incorrect stereotypes placed upon players of these different instruments/5.
The book works on the premise that you know your child, but not much about musical instruments. The book has various questions to answer about your child, such as physical, mental attributes, etc. It is very much like completing one of the quizzes you get in a magazine, where you answer a, b, or c/5.
This unique book offers a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual child. Starting with the physical and emotional make-up of the child and using questionnaires and charts, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of various instruments/5(20).
Did you know nine out of ten children could succeed in learning a musical instrument. This unique guide offers a practical system for selecting the right instrument for your child. Starting from the physical and emotional make-up of the child, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of the whole range of musical instruments.
Simple charts and questionnaires help parents and 5/5(1). The Right Instrument for Your Child book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This handbook outlines a system for parents and teache /5(4). This is a unique book - now in it's 4th, updated edition - which offers a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual child.
Starting with the physical and emotional make-up of the child and using questionnaires and charts, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of various instruments.
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Get this from a library. The right instrument for your child: a practical guide for parents and teachers. [Atarah Ben-Tovim; Douglas Boyd]. One way to test out whether this eagerness exists is to expose your child to the musical instrument before making a decision.
Some musical instrument sellers, like the Port Huron Music Center in Michigan in the United States, may even let children try out playing them to see if they like the sound it makes or the feeling of holding the instrument. Still, it is important to make sure your child is comfortable holding the instrument, as this will signal if it is really the right choice for him or her.
Their size. Some instruments are larger than others, so you’ll want to consider the size of your child regardless of age when figuring out what makes the most sense. For example, the cello. If your child tends to personalize and make the music his/her own, the saxophone might be the right instrument for them.
Violin The violin is a great beginner instrument as it is offered in a variety of sizes. In their book ‘The Right Instrument for Your Child’, Ben-Tovim and Boyd describe the type of person who is suited to just about every instrument that you can think of.
Whether orchestral, brass band, folk, pop or jazz they can tell you what type of person will be best suited to any particular instrument. This unique book offers a simple and practical method of selecting the right instrument for the individual ng with the physical and emotional make-up of the child and using questionnaires and charts, the authors systematically explain the pros and cons of various instruments.
In a style that’s conversational and accessible, The Music Parents’ Guide will make it easy for you to: Assist your child in picking the right instrument to play; Interact with your child’s music teacher in a way that’s constructive and productive; Remind your child that.
Your child may have some idea about what instrument he or she would like to play. It’s important that we do not force a choice on the child. Allow him or her flexibility. It might take several attempts to find just the right fit for your child. That’s where we come in and the reason you are reading.
We have broken down the most popular. Learning the keyboard is especially beneficial because it helps build a foundation for your child to choose a different instrument at a later age, should they want to do so.
For example, playing the piano allows children to play both the melody and harmony simultaneously, thus teaching important perceptual and musical skills. If your child has to physically struggle to play an instrument, even if they enjoy the sound, they will be less likely to enjoy playing that instrument.
Trying out different instruments With so much choice, the ideal is to try a range of instruments before deciding on, and purchasing, an instrument. How To Help Your Child Choose The Right Instrument audiobook, by Stan Munslow If your child is expressing interest in music lessons, the question you’re probably wondering is: Which instrument will be the best fit for my child so that he or she can get good at it and keep it for life.
This question is hugely important. Children benefit from music in so many ways — 36 percent. Music educators consider a child's body type and personality to determine the best musical instrument for them, while researchers tout the learning benefits.
This means you have to be available to collect your child in the middle of the day and take them for the lesson and then bring them back to school again, so it's quite a committment. I think I might order that "Right instrument for your child" book, as you can get it second hand for only a couple of quid.If you're not quite sure what instrument is right for you or your student, feel free to contact Santa Monica Music Center at () or Culver City Music Center at () Our knowledgeable and experienced staff are happy to field any questions or concerns you may have.
You can also contact us via email at the bottom of the page. There was a special kind of confidence that I saw in the kids who played musical instruments. They participated in band or orchestra and paraded around school with their shiny instruments as if.