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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 Keys, PHASE FIVE-B Flat Key Signatures, PHASE FIVE-C Reading in New Keys, PHASE SIX-A Adventures in Music Reading, PHASE SIX-B Simple and Compound Time, and PHASE SIX-C Advanced Reading and Modulating Keys. Two appendices include a detailed set of "Theory Examinations" and an "Index of Braille Signs." A standard subject index is also included. A separate volume of Lesson Exercises contains dozens of new exercises in the form of single-line melodies, duets and canons. New braille signs include: Fermata, word sign, dynamics, tempo and mood headings, compound time signatures, sixteenth note values, special endings and directions, accent signs, Dal Segno, metronome markings, doubling of accents, tenutos and staccatos, nuance signs, note grouping, tenuto signs, and fingering for the left hand.
Notes: This course is by Richard Taesch. ** The purchase price listed is for two print volumes and four Braille volumes. The print set and the Braille set are also available separately.
This product record was updated on February 23, 2009.
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Dancing Dots1754 Quarry Lane
P.O. Box 927
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 19482-0927
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