Hear our History

When STE started in 1964 there were no recordings of the Suzuki materials available in North America. Dr. Thomas Rolston made this record of the first few pieces of book one so that families would be able to do their listening.
We hear Dr. Rolston introducing the pieces and talking to the boys and girls who were listening to the record. Also notice that Go Tell Aunt Rhody was then called Lullaby.
Listen and enjoy hearing our history!


The B side of this record is called for Mama. Dr. Rolston covers some of the beginning exercises that all students need to do before they can play the first pieces in the Suzuki Violin Method Vol. 1.