Dani L Pagador
axs.brl at gmail.com
Fri May 31 04:51:47 EDT 2013
In the LimeAloud tutorial, there's a section on how to write a lead sheet,
with Lullaby of Birdland as an example.
NLS also has fake books and a collection of Popular Music Lead Sheets that
are downloadable through Bard; click on the Music Collection link, and do a
search for fake books; for the PMLS look for the link that says Popular
Music Lead Sheets By Title, By Issue Number.
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Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 5:01 PM
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Subject: [Menvi-discuss] Leadsheets
Next semester I will be taking Functional Music Therapy Skills, one of my
music therapy courses in which I will learn 40 songs to start building my
repertoire. A lot of the course focuses on reading and writing leadsheets.
As I have never learned to read braille music leadsheets, and my professors
agreed that it would probably be easier and more practical for me just to
learn the songs by ear and not deal with them at all, we have come up with
accomodations for working around reading the sheets. One of my professors
has already recorded about half the songs I'll need to learn and has
dropboxed them to me way in advance so I can start over the summer as the
other students are doing.
However, I was looking over the syllabus and noticed that it mentioned there
would be leadsheet writing assignments. I didn't know about that when I
discussed accomodations for the course while I was still at school, so I am
trying to brainstorm best approaches for this. I have Goodfeel, and could
learn how to write leadsheets in Lime if it's possible and practical to do
so. If not, then are there any alternatives anyone can think of that would
be reasonable ideas for accomodations? Any suggestions would be
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