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25 hours of Videos of Dr. Suzuki from 1976

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http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/Arts/subcollections/SuzukiAbout.shtml

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16 minutes Twinkle Lesson

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15 minutes advanced lesson

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Bow exercises, circle bows and upside down bow

Book One student on Perpetual Motion.

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Videos

It is proving to be a very useful tool for me to watch these videos and then follow through with the main points in lessons. I really enjoy studying this way! I can’t do it for every student but I’m doing it as often as I can.

I wish I had some good editing software that could change these videos into a dvd that is playable on the dvd player (not windows media player) after I cut them into bite sized pieces. That is frustrtating. I have heard that Final Cut pro is good but it looks like it is only for Apple (alas… I’m a windows girl). Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 looks wonderful too but maybe too high powered for what I need… Does anyone have a suggestion? Shareware or under or around $100? Thanks muchly in advance!

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