[Menvi-discuss] Music Theory Question
ccooke228 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 3 22:43:49 EDT 2019
Hi. So glad to hear your teacher chiming in here. I think being able to produce your own music scores, especially if you are going into music education, is really crucial. Not only do you want to produce your own assignments, but in future teaching, it is wonderful to be able to write your own music. That is exactly what I did with an antiquated notetaker that could produce braille music, 30 years ago. So, my recommendation would be for you to have your personal copy of Dancing Dots or at least be able to use it so that while you are in school, you can produce scores for your instructors.
Sacred sheet music for small ensembles:
> On Jun 3, 2019, at 7:27 PM, Leslie Costello via Menvi-discuss <menvi-discuss at menvi.org> wrote:
> I was Reahna’s high school music teacher. She knows how to read braille music fluently, but I always could read her braille music. I never thought about having her produce print music for assignments so I think that is definitely a question. Getting the Goodfeel Is suggested for the music teaching staff, and I know shes hopeful for a quality music transcriber, and to get her textbooks in music braille...but the production herself for non-braille people is where I get lost trying to help her so hopefully these and other suggestions will help her (and me).
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>> On Jun 3, 2019, at 9:45 PM, Bill McCann via Menvi-discuss <menvi-discuss at menvi.org> wrote:
>> Hi Briana,
>> As you may know, Lime Aloud is a component of the GOODFEEL suite of accessible music technology. Lime Aloud delivers the talking score feature but the GOODFEEL component automatically transcribes your Lime score into the equivalent braille music. So if you are reading music in braille or even if you plan to learn to do so, the GOODFEEL suite might be what you will want to request.
>> Bill McCann
>> Dancing Dots
>> Tel: +1 610-783-6692
>> Dancing Dots
>> 1754 Quarry LN
>> Ste DD
>> Phoenixville, PA 19460-4620
>> From: Menvi-discuss [mailto:menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org] On Behalf Of Reahna Robinson via Menvi-discuss
>> Sent: Monday, June 3, 2019 6:24 PM
>> To: This is for discussing music and braille literacy
>> Cc: Reahna Robinson
>> Subject: [Menvi-discuss] Music Theory Question
>> I’m going to college for music education, and I received an email about accommodations for Music theory. In the email, it says, “If you have any special tips or suggestions or requests for your music theory instructor in the fall (whoever that may be), I’d welcome them. I do not have any personal experience working with blind students, so this will definitely be a learning experience for me.” On to my question. What technology do you wish you would’ve had when you took music theory? What do you wish your instructors would have known? I was thinking of mentioning the braille music transcriber I use and lyme aloud from Dancing Dots. What other technology should I bring up? I have a meeting with the office of disabilities tomorrow, and I don’t want to miss anything when requesting accommodations for music classes. Thank you.
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