Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 62
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

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12£--August 27, 1972 Sumta? Gasette-Mml h»rl«lon, WMI Vlralnl* Quotable Quotes: Tow Could Hardly Breathe in There' .IK.VV \VKST\V(X)I) .MRS. BYRON COON MRS. .MAMIE KISKNHOWER MRS. ELURIDGE CLEAVER Talent Not Necessary For Flavins; Instrument By AP Newsfcalures Myths and misconceptions about music lessons are depriving millions of young people of the chance to "enjoy" playing a musical instrument, according to an innovative music educator. "People--especially parents of young children--seem to lip.np on stubbornly to outdated notions about music." said Dr. Robert Pace of Teacher's College. Columbia University. For instance, many parents think a child needs "a certain amount of musical talent" to play an instrument. "This is a gigantic falsehood," said Pace. "Any child who wants to play an instrument for his own enjoyment tan--regardless of any so- called 'liilent.' Now, we're talking about youngslers who want U) enjoy music and play for their own pleasure." Dr. Herman H. Slavman. University of Illinois professor and member of the American Music Conference's Educational Advisory Council, exposes another myth: the youngster has to start with the piano. "There's no doubt that the piano is an excellent instrument for the beginner." says Slayrnan. "But it is not the only instrument. "A youngster should play the instrument that he wants to play and that might be the guitar, clarinet, drums or double bass." Both Pace and Slayman agree youngsters don't necessarily need a weekly private lesson. "There are many advantages to group lessons. The kids are with their peers- learning with them and from them. They progress faster and grasp things better. Moreover, group lessons are less costly for parents." Needlecrah Ideas 722 535 72:2-- C.AV C l l K V K O X - l . O O K A F G H A N is marvelous as a car robe, at h o m e or v a c a t i o n house. 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