Braille Music Manual

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Creative Ensembles For Beginning Musicians, First Series (Print And Braille)

Creative Ensembles for Beginning Musicians, First Series, is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This instructional course-curriculum is a collection of 25 trios for readers of music at the beginning level. The book follows the progression of concepts as presented in Richard Taesch's An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see separate entry). These trios can be played on keyboard, sung, or performed on a student's primary

How To Read Braille Music, 2Nd Edition

How to Read Braille Music, 2nd Edition, by Bettye Krolick, is a manual for teaching music braille for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This book gives an overview of braille music, and explains the music braille symbols most frequently found in elementary through intermediate-level music. It is written at a fifth grade reading level and is suitable for both children and adults. This edition has 44 pages and was published in 1998. OPTIONS: This manual is available in braille, print,

Introduction To Braille Music Transcription (Models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00)

Introduction to Braille Music Transcription, models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00, by Mary Turner De Garmo, is a manual for teaching braille music transcription for music students and musicians who are blind or have low vision. It is the text used by those studying to become certified music braille transcribers in the U.S. It gives detailed transcribing lessons with examples and exercises. The book is available in a four-volume braille edition (6-75960-00) or a 300-page, one-volume print edition (

Introduction To Music For The Blind Student, Part I (Print And Braille)

Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This is an instructional course-curriculum in music fundamentals, music reading, sight singing, theory, and ear-training using the Braille Music Code as the medium. Print music is considered secondary, and is included for the convenience of the sighted teacher or tutor. It is possible for a sighted or blind musician to administer or to study this wor

Introduction To Music For The Blind Student, Part Ii (Print And Braille)

Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part II is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This is an instructional course-curriculum in music fundamentals, music reading, sight singing, theory, and ear-training using the Braille Music Code as the medium. Part II builds on the braille music reading skills developed in the first four Phases of the course presented in Part I (see separate entry). Part II contains: PHASE FIVE-A The Circle of

Introduction To Piano For The Blind Student, Part 2

An Introduction to Piano for the Blind Student, Part 2 is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. A piano companion course and supplement for An Introduction To Piano For The Blind Student, Book 1, Graded Studies, this course requires functional knowledge of the braille music code presented in An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see entry) and in An Introduction to Piano for the Blind Student, Book 1 by Richard Taesch.

Introduction To The Piano For The Blind Student: A Course In Braille Music Reading, Book 1

An Introduction to the Piano for the Blind Student: A Course in Braille Music Reading, Book 1, by Richard Taesch, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This piano course is designed for the student who already has fundamental knowledge of the braille music code in general. Those who pursue the piano as a primary instrument must develop the skill of playing two parts at one time. Braille music presents music for two hands in bar-over-bar piano

Jazz & Contemporary Chord Symbol Reading For The Blind Pianist

Jazz and Contemporary Chord Symbol Reading for the Blind Pianist is a Braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Subtitled "How to Read Braille Chord Charts in Live Performance," this instructional course-curriculum by Richard Taesch follows the progression of concepts as presented in An Introduction to Music for the Blind Student, Part I (see separate entry). While it takes two hands to play piano, one hand can be used for basic chord structures,

New International Manual Of Braille Music Notation, Cd-Rom Edition

The New International Manual of Braille Music Notation, CD-ROM Edition, is a manual on braille music for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This CD-ROM includes the full text of the print edition. This reference work, compiled by Bettye Krolick, explains the braille music signs and rules adopted as the international standard by 16 countries in the World Blind Union. The book provides detailed explanations of how specific musical situations are handled in the music braille code. It has

Primer Of Braille Music (Models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, & 8-01360-00)

The Primer of Braille Music, models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, and 8-01360-00, by Edward W. Jenkins (1960 with 1971 addendum), is a manual for teaching music braille designed for students who are blind or have low vision. It teaches braille music in 30 lessons with braille music reading exercises. The braille edition (6-01350-00) includes both the original 1960 text and the 1971 addendum. There are separate print editions of the 1960 text (8-01350-00) and the 1971 addendum (8-01360-00).

They Shall Have Music

They Shall Have Music, by Dorothy Dykema (1986, 62 pages), is a manual for teaching music braille to students who are blind or have low vision. This is a reprint of one of the earliest manuals for teaching music braille. This print book is filled with helpful tips regarding the unique needs of blind piano students, and gives alternative methods for teaching blind musicians.

Who's Afraid Of Braille Music?

Who's Afraid of Braille Music? A Short Introduction and Resource Handbook for Parents and Students, by Richard Taesch and William McCann, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Available in Braille or print, this book explains the braille system for music notation, and shows how to read, write, play, and sing music in braille. Lessons and assignments are included.

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