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This page has articles by staff and colleagues, plus external links to writings from other organizations. Our aim is to help Teachers and others doing research find essential information they need for working with a blind or visually impaired music student, as well as to benefit from the experiences of a variety of individuals who found their way into this field.

If your visit to our web site has taken you to this page first, we recommend that you also take a few minutes to look at some of the other pages available through the main home page to gain familiarity with the concepts mentioned here.

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Music Pedagogy for the Blind, by David Goldstein
Planning Piano Lessons for Your First Blind Student, by David Goldstein
Teaching for Tomorrow: Working with the Very Young to Develop Good Music Habits, By Richard Taesch
Keyboard Instruction for the Blind Student, by Daniel and David Simpson
Playing Music Despite Macular Degeneration, by Thomas A. Green
Music and Your Child: One Mom's Experience, By Jeanie Flowers
The Literacy Movement -- What Does Braille Music Have to Do with It? By Richard Taesch
Possible Sources of Funding and Other Information, by David Goldstein and Lori Blythe

External Links

RNIB England Music Site
Articles page from the MENVI Web Site

Contact Information:

National Resource Center for Blind Musicians
391 East Washington Avenue
Bridgeport, Connecticut, 06608
Telephone: 203-366-3300, extension 229
Fax: 203-368-2847
E-mail: info@blindmusicstudent.org

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