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You are starting cello lessons with your young child and perhaps she or he is less than co-operative in the private lesson, or silly, or hyper, or shy and upset at Group Class-all things we have already seen this year and all perfectly normal to your teachers who have seen it all before. I am always asked by incoming parents how they will be able to tell whether their child will succeed with cello, especially in the early days as the child is settling into the routines of lessons, group and home practice. Parents are sometimes frustrated or embarrassed by their child’s behavior in these situations and the younger the child, the more he or she needs a few weeks to settle in. The flip side…

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