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by Tim Miles,John Westcombe,T. R. Miles

  • Author: Tim Miles,John Westcombe,T. R. Miles
  • ISBN: 1861562055
  • ISBN13: 978-1861562050
  • ePub: 1658 kb | FB2: 1642 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 2001)
  • Pages: 200
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 354
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Read instantly in your browser. by Tim Miles (Author), John Westcombe (Author), T. R. Miles (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-1861562050. Chapter 2- how dyslexia can affect musicians Chapter 3- Dyslexia and musical development Chapter 4 through 19- Personal stories about Dyslexic Musicians Chapter 20- a multi-sensory approach to the teaching of musical notation.

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Music and dyslexia is of particular interest for two reasons  . Music and Dyslexia : A Positive Approach. Select Format: Hardcover.

Music and Dyslexia : A Positive Approach. This is a sequel to the highly successful Music and Dyslexia: Opening New Doors, published in 2001. Timothy R. Miles, John Westcombe, Diana Ditchfield.

This book is a sequel to the highly successful and insightful Music and Dyslexia - Opening . Dyslexia and Developmental differences (T. Miles). 2. Things that can go wrong (.

This book is a sequel to the highly successful and insightful Music and Dyslexia - Opening New Doors. It takes up some of the themes mentioned in the earlier book, including sight-reading and the problems of mastering musical notation. Music and Dyslexia - A Positive Approach increases understanding and imaginatively challenges the difficulties those with dyslexia and their teachers' encounter whilst positively urging all to enjoy music's pleasures. Section II. In and around the classroom.

Music and Dyslexia Opening New Doors. T. Miles Tim Miles John Westcombe. The book's message is one of optimism. Dyslexic musicians can succeed provided only that they are given sufficient encouragement and understanding. new books · special offers · used books. Availability as of the date/time indicated. Composers & musicians

It is now recognised that dyslexia affects people’s lives in all sorts of different ways. This book shows how some dyslexics can be highly gifted musicians. It is important, however, that they should not be put off from studying music just because - at least in the early stages - many of them find it difficult to read and remember the symbols of musical notation.

The foreword is by Baroness Mary Warnock. 10 of the 21 contributors to the book are themselves dyslexic. Each relates their personal experiences (whether as amateurs or professionals) and in most cases their eventual success. The other contributors are teachers or researchers who have wide experiences of dyslexic musicians of all ages.

The book’s message is one of optimism. Dyslexic musicians can succeed provided only that they are given sufficient encouragement and understanding.

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I found the stories in the book about individuals who cope with dyslexia and how dyslexia affects their musical abilities very interesting. As a retired public school music teacher, I found myself wishing that I had been more knowledgeable about this subject matter while I was teaching. However, I was pleased to find that many of the music activities I did use certainly were helpful for the dyslexic students. The chapter about multi-sensory approaches for teaching music reading was quite helpful to me at this point in time in my life, as I have two grandchildren that are very musical, but also must cope with dyslexia. I plan to use some of these techniques as they learn to play the piano or other instruments. I feel that all college students majoring in education in general and especially in music education should become very familiar with the problems that dyslexic students encounter in daily life, as well as in school. Consequently, I would highly recommend the reading of this book!
Akir
Do you play a musical Instrument but are struggling to learn how to read musical notation? That was the case with my daughter and myself for that matter, (But I don't play an instrument yet) After a year and a half of playing the Harp my daughter couldn't figure out the Theory part. It didn't hit me until I realized that after my helping her for the past 1 1/2 yrs. that I couldn't "get it" either. After searching the Internet for hours and hours I came to the conclusion that we both have Dyslexic Tendencies. This is the only Book that I could find on the subject. If you play an Instrument and you have difficulty learning to read music this Book has a lot of answers.
Here is the Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - The Manifestations of Dyslexia, its biological bases, and its effects on daily living.
Chapter 2- how dyslexia can affect musicians
Chapter 3- Dyslexia and musical development
Chapter 4 through 19- Personal stories about Dyslexic Musicians
Chapter 20- a multi-sensory approach to the teaching of musical notation.
Chapter 21- Gathering the threads
Appendix I- Recognizing the dyslexic child-notes for parents and teachers.
Appendix II- Checklist of dyslexic symptoms in adults.
I feel the first 4 chapters alone are worth getting the book for. Having someone explain Their Theory on Music and Dyslexia in a nutshell was very enlightening.
In Chapter 20- The Author has developed a method he calls 'Colour Staff' for learning to read Music. Interestingly enough I have developed my own variation of the same idea with using color.
After reading his idea and comparing it to mine, I like mine better. I created a 'Grand Staff' on a Word Processor and using Colored Notes I have been writing Music "In Color" for 6 Months. And guess what, IT WORKED! My daughter can read music now, and no longer has to memorize the songs she learns. I'm considering writing some sort of booklet on My Colored Notes Theory, and possibly a Web Site in the future...I hope this information helps you in your search for finding new ways of Learning to read Music. ....
Thabel
I was hoping this book would explain methods through which musicians are able to overcome their learning issues. Mainly a group of case studies, this book offers hope and inspiration to those who struggle in understanding and applying music theory and technique. However, the book was short on strategies and specifics in explaining how to "open new doors."
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