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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBay...
Selling Electronic Keybords in eBay to be used in MUSIC IN COLORS and SUZUKI methods.

How This works:
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- For babies:
There is no age to start learning!
Even infants and toddlers can familiarize with the music and its instruments. Indeed, studies show that the Color/Note association helps to develop cognitive skills even in the first months of live.

- Ages 4+: Starting to understand the printed score.
Play with the written word in an adequate manner bridges sensory-motor experience and the appearing of representative and/or symbolic thought.

The kid will associate the colors in the staff with the keys in the keyboard intuitively with minimum assistance from parents or teachers.

- Ages 7+:
The fact that the notes were always properly positioned in the staff (following the standard notation) allows the kid to initiate the second phase in the method with minimum adult assistance. This phase in nothing but a replacing of the "Color association" with the standard score as we know it (ie. a symbol association based on position of the note in the staff).

Parents and teachers will only need to "blacken" the notes from the staff in order to initiate this second phase.

For further information about these methods, please visit the following site > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_m...

http://www.youtube.com/user/aliceaabigail23

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/ElJVXu3xuik&amp;rel=0&amp;fs=1" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/ElJVXu3xuik&amp;rel=0&amp;fs=1</a>


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/8KvFXrgMDbY&amp;rel=0&amp;fs=1" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/8KvFXrgMDbY&amp;rel=0&amp;fs=1</a>


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« on: February 13, 2009, 03:55:54 PM »

Dear All,

Here is a baby learning to play the piano based on the Suzuki method.

Enjoy.

- Ayesha

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« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2009, 01:44:44 AM »

thanks, Ayesha.

But strange, I've never seen references to color coding piano keys for Suzuki.  If anyone knows of a source which shows this method used by Suzuki, please let me know, thanks!

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« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2009, 03:03:02 AM »

Dear KL & All,

I just emailed the woman that originally posted the videos requesting more information about "Music in Colors" method and "Suzuki" method (and if color is referenced somewhere).  I will keep you posted.

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« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2009, 03:09:07 AM »

Dear All,

After looking at the ebay link, I found the following:

NEW IN BOX Kawasaki Electric COLORED Piano (manufactured by Kawasaki Motors Corp, USA)
Microphone
Song Book (Note: coloured scores are not included in this book but can be easily printed following these instructions)
3 AA Batteries

FEATURES:

37 COLORED Keys following SUZUKI Method:

   C (do) --> Yellow
   D (re) --> Grey
   E (mi) --> Blue
   F (fa) --> Red
   G (sol) --> Green
   A (la) --> Brown
   B (si) --> Orange

16 musical instruments (Piano, Flutes, Violin, Trumpet, Xylophone, Oboe and MORE!)
16 Rhythms
4 Drums Sounds (Bass, Snare, Side Stick and Hi-Hat)
22 Demo Songs
Record and Playback
Sing Along Microphone
Two Speakers
Song Book Included


REGARDING THE "MUSIC IN COLORS" and "SUZUKI" LEARNING METHODS:

The Suzuki approach was developed in Japan by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki in the mid 20th Century. He believed that every child, if properly taught, was capable of a
high level of musical achievement. His philosophy was that if every child has the inborn ability to learn their native language, then they also have the
ability to learn and become proficient on a musical instrument. Begin children early and excite their own inborn joy of music.
The musical initiation is a major challenge for educators, and even more if your intention is to cover the learning of the basic concepts of height and
duration of sound. This explains why only a much smaller percentage of students enjoy the benefits of a music education practice, systematic and progressive.
This is a method that stems from the observation the author makes the world of children, and from that look sensible, takes the elements that capture the
interest of children to reformulate the initial musical education.
From the perspective of the game and creating partnerships that demolished whole difficulty of teaching and learning of music, ensuring that all children
will wake up the interest and taste for musical practice and gradual understanding of the concepts, elements and symbols of themselves their language.
This keyboard (unique in the market) was specially designed following the
guidelines of SUZUKI and MUSIC IN COLORS methods:

Rule One: The musical scale is represented in colors:

  C (do) --> Yellow
   D (re) --> Grey
   E (mi) --> Blue
   F (fa) --> Red
   G (sol) --> Green
   A (la) --> Brown
   B (si) --> Orange

Note: The tonalities of C and B varies slightly to represent the
beginning and the end of the scale.

Rule Two:
Notes in the staffs and scores should be represented with the same colors
used for the keyboard.
The printed score must never be confused with music itself; the kid
should naturally understand that it is nothing but a symbol of it.


How This works:

- For babies:
There is no age to start learning!
Even infants and toddlers can familiarize with the music and its
instruments. Indeed, studies show that the Color/Note association
helps to develop cognitive skills even in the first months of live.

- Ages 3+: Starting to understand the printed score.
Play with the written word in an adequate manner bridges sensory-motor
experience and the appearing of representative and/or symbolic thought.
The kid will associate the colors in the staff with the keys in the
keyboard intuitively with minimum assistance from parents or teachers.

- Ages 5+:
The fact that the notes were always properly positioned in the staff (following
the standard notation) allows the kid to initiate the second phase in the method
with minimum adult assistance.  This phase in nothing but a replacing of the
"Color association" with the standard score as we know it (ie. a symbol association
based on position of the note in the staff).
Parents and teachers will only need to "blacken" the notes from the staff in
order to initiate this second phase.

For further information about these methods and its applications for babies,
kids and adults, please visit the following sites:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_method
http://www.musicaencolores.cl/musiceng/index.html

ABOUT ME:
I'm a musician. Please visit my website in Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/user/alfonsopablo

I have been using the Suzuki method with newborns and
advanced students. Now, my baby daugther (4 months)
is initiating her first phase in the learning procedure.
Please watch her videos playing with a similar colored keyboard:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/8KvFXrgMDbY&rel=1" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/8KvFXrgMDbY&rel=1</a>
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/ElJVXu3xuik&rel=1" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/ElJVXu3xuik&rel=1</a>

source > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130277750721

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Be sure to check out > http://www.musicaencolores.cl/musiceng/index.html for more information. 

- Ayesha smile

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« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2009, 03:22:09 AM »

That item has already ended, and there are no more. That's why we can't find any.

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« Reply #5 on: February 14, 2009, 03:29:25 AM »

Dear Nikki,

The posting is not about the keyboard, rather about the methods, especially Musica en Colores, which began in Chile in the 1960s. 

English
http://www.musicaencolores.cl/musiceng/index.html

Spanish
http://www.musicaencolores.com/main.html?src=%2F

I am waiting to hear from Mr. Alfonso Pablo to find if they will have any more of these custom-made keyboards available and when.

- Ayesha

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« Reply #6 on: February 14, 2009, 03:31:14 AM »

Oh, ok. Thanks

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« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2009, 02:31:51 PM »

I wish I could say something in favor of decoding octave (piano keys), but I can't!

If we color or code each note of an octave differently, we won't have any needs to place them on lines and spaces of Grand Staff: you may put them in one line and say the difference.

In order to develop music ear and memory we have to provide our kids with more powerful tool: ability to differentiate music notes based on their placement on lines and spaces of Grand Staff and see link between keys and notes on the fly.

People tried to use 7 or 12 colors in learning music for several decades with no results.

As it goes to Suzuki method: it also does not train eye site of young people to read music score. It decodes octave in Solfeggio syllables. Speech memory is the most established skill that kids have. By singing with comfortable syllables different melodies beginners memorize them and manage to play.

But they are in complete mercy of teachers to learn limited list of pieces and are not getting any freedom of being able to open the song that they like and read it.


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« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2009, 06:01:21 PM »

I had to read your post a few times (not because of your fault!), but finally I got what you were saying, and I think what you said makes a lot of sense (at least about the problem of color coding).

Can you explain how your Doremisoft software differs from this? If I recall correctly, you also use symbols that are put on the piano keys to correspond with the notes, isn't that right?

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« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2009, 07:40:03 PM »

I had to read your post a few times (not because of your fault!), but finally I got what you were saying, and I think what you said makes a lot of sense (at least about the problem of color coding).

Can you explain how your Doremisoft software differs from this? If I recall correctly, you also use symbols that are put on the piano keys to correspond with the notes, isn't that right?

All the previous approaches were decoding keys with no conjunction with lines and spaces of Grand Staff. Their motto is: we'll teach you how to play by ear (Suzuki) or muscle memory ('Method books' with hand's placement) - and you will figure out the rest!

Unfortunately, it does not work this way! You may not leave student in the middle of desert!

Grand Staff has at least 10 lines and more then 10 spaces (and they are not breaks between lines like in reading!)

We train and support eye site of beginners to read notation as it is.

We colored all notes on lines red ('girls') and all notes between lines blue ('boys') It helps even 2-3 year old kids to see the difference of placement.
We colored Treble Staff lines green and Bass brown - you don't have to spend hours to explain, what Treble or Bass means.
We provided straight and bold visual link between lines and spaces and piano keys.
We made a 'focus line' to support eye focus of beginners
We gradually modified Grand Staff from elementary to original.
We found animated ways to explain duration of music notes.

So, as you see, we use visual support to explain notation - not difference of pitch.


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« Reply #10 on: March 29, 2009, 02:38:12 PM »


I've found some book with little piano which used colors and numbers to called "do re mi fa..." scale,
but the order is diffrent that this:
   
 C (do) --> Yellow
   D (re) --> Grey
   E (mi) --> Blue
   F (fa) --> Red
   G (sol) --> Green
   A (la) --> Brown
   B (si) --> Orange

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I hope that different order will not disturb with music learning? My son at the moment cann't repeat the melody of simple song from this book but I think it's very easy to do (I've learned something yes )

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« Reply #11 on: March 29, 2009, 04:28:44 PM »

this is quite difficult for me to understand.

So does anyone or HH can tell me how to develop music ear and memory (for 2.5 years / 7 months)?? Thanks

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« Reply #12 on: March 30, 2009, 02:57:17 PM »

I would like to write the post about this in new topic

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« Reply #13 on: April 06, 2009, 09:40:43 PM »

Now, i'm all confused. Is the color coding method contrary to the Doremifasoft or do they complement each other?
Should we put symbols or colors on the keys?
Doremifasoft, I get puts codes, while the colors are more from the Suzuki method.Can you give a brief comparison Ayesha or HH?

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« Reply #14 on: April 07, 2009, 01:14:49 PM »

Now, i'm all confused. Is the color coding method contrary to the Doremifasoft or do they complement each other?
Should we put symbols or colors on the keys?
Doremifasoft, I get puts codes, while the colors are more from the Suzuki method.Can you give a brief comparison Ayesha or HH?

Soft Mozart (doremifasoft) is using colors to train eyes to determine lines and spaces of Grand Staff and read music. Colors in different other approaches try to color each key differently - it does not promote literacy and works poorely.

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