Whether students are learning to read literature or music, the more they practice the skill, the better they become at it.
In an effort to increase the availability of high-quality music that is available to both blind students learning Braille and sighted students, I have developed collections that challenge and stimulate students of all ages.
I have also tried to provide more opportunities for piano students to play in ensemble situations.
It would be unacceptable for sighted music students not to learn to read notes, and I think the same standards should be in place for the blind.
Literacy is a powerful tool that should be available to everyone.
"Creative Ensembles for Beginning Musicians, 1st Series"
By Stephanie Pieck
Twenty-five trios in a wide range of styles and musical forms.
Perfect for recital performance or as supplementary lesson material.
This is a collection of trios suitable for beginning students of any age.
It can be played in many ways, including on multiple pianos or keyboards, or any combination of instruments or voices.
Whether your students are learning Braille music or print notation, it is excellent for improving overall pitch recognition, rhythmic accuracy and counting, as well as sight-reading and group performance techniques.
Listen to selections from this book by clicking on the title.
Available from Dancing Dots
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