Suzuki pioneer John Kendall's recollections of events in his life and career. 130 page softcover book with over 50 photographs.
"The appropriateness of 'peripatetic pedagogue' to describe my career can best be understood by glancing at the maps in the endpapers of this book, where my travels, both national and international, are recorded. Indeed, a colleague once called me 'the Marco Polo of the Suzuki Method'. Another thought 'Johnny Appleseed of the Suzuki movement' might be appropriate. Fortunately, no one has yet designated me 'the Genghis Khan of the violin world', although the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun once described me as a member of the 'American Strange Teachers Association'" - John Kendall
Table of Contents
Preface Prologue: The Year 1917 Chapter 1: Converging on Kearney Chapter 2: The Acropolis Bricks and Mortar Chapter 3: Characters in Kearney Chapter 4: Childhood Adventures and Musical Beginnings Chapter 5: Dust, Eggs and Water Chapter 6: Oberlin College and the Beginning of World War II Chapter 7: Drury College Chapter 8: The War Years Chapter 9: Muskingum College Places I have Practiced Chapter 10: Japan and the Talent Education Movement Chapter 11: Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Chapter 12: Life at Toadwood Scrubs Do-It-Yourself Epilogue
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