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The Suzuki Violin Method

In post-WW2 Japan, musician Shinichi Suzuki developed a new method of teaching the violin - which would spread around the world.

In post-WW2 Japan, musician Shinichi Suzuki developed a new method of teaching the violin - which would spread around the world. Brothers Hideya and Toshiya Taida were two of the first students to graduate from the Suzuki Method.

IMAGE: Children of the Suzuki Method music school play the violin at founder Shinichi Suzuki's memorial concert in Tokyo on March 28, 2008. KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images

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