If you use digital downloads for your suzuki recordings, you can slow them down for practice with the Anytune app (iphone users). If Anytune isn’t supported on your device, check out this subscription service: Suzuki Accompany

iTunes

  • To download from iTunes, open the iTunes Store app. Search for “suzuki violin book #”. Download the William Preucil recording. It contains both violin and piano tracks as well as piano only tracks.
  • Book 9 & 10 don’t have an official recording. See my suggestions below.

Amazon

Suzuki book 9 & 10

No official recording for suzuki violin books 9 & 10 allows students to choose from their favorite artists. Students can compare styles between various artists by listening to various recordings. This helps students to develop their own artistic style.

Feel free to download any version of these concerti. I have not included links, only names, not listed in any order. You can find copies in iTunes and Amazon.

Book 9| Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major

  • Hilary Hahn
  • Itzhak Perlman
  • Anne-Sophie Mutter
  • Joshua Bell
  • Noa Wildschut
  • Henryk Szeryng
  • Pinchas Zukermam

Book 10 | Mozart Violin Concert No. 4 in D Major

  • Jascha Heifetz
  • Itzhak Perlman
  • Anne-Sophie Mutter
  • David Garret
  • Nathan Milstein
  • Pinchas Zukerman

Suzuki Evergreens

At the age of nine, Takako Nishizaki became the first student to complete the (then new) Suzuki method, which her father Shinji Nishizaki helped to develop and subsequently taught. She has recorded seven cds featuring the suzuki repertoire, some in their original forms. You can find the recordings on both Amazon and iTunes.