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The musical edification of the young protégé should always, and without exception be entrusted to the experienced and qualified professional teacher. It is a sad indictment of our culture today that something as important as the continuance of our musical heritage through the lineage of our children is vandalised by incompetent teachers from the classroom to the private music room. So it is imperative that this is pointed out at the onset to the serious inquirer, for bad tuition at the beginning of a child’s musical education can, and does have serious consequences later in life. For the serious student, lessons should always be conducted on a one-to-one basis, and class tuition should be avoided at all costs. Furthermore throughout my own professional career I have firmly adhered to the belief that is held by many distinguished teachers that once the services of a good expert have been procured, there is no need for further input from any other source, the true pedagogue will be capable of instructing and of seeing to every musical discipline required by the young aspirant.
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As an author Gerald Manning has written three books, (1) Watch The Conductor (2009): a book of reminiscence, which attempts to give a brief summation of some of the great conductors the author has been privileged to play under: (2) So You Want To Play The Violin (2009): for parents with gifted children and mature adults who wish to pursue serious study on the instrument: (3) In Pursuit of Perfection; The Great Luthiers (2010): a history of the great violin makers craft dedicated in emulating the old masters in the pursuit of perfection. All three volumes are available at myebook.com. A devout and practising Christian Gerald Manning was confirmed at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, the 23rd of March 1957 by the Lord Bishop of London.The Lord Bishop of London confirmed a devout and practising Christian Gerald Manning at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, the 23rd of March 1957.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1466307374