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Braille Music Introductory Course

This introductory course into Music Braille is designed to give vision support teachers an overview of music transcription.
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Workshop
Course Code
CPE24BLVM
Start Date
24 June 2024
Time
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Course Information

This event will run 4-6pm AEST both in-person and online on the 3, 11 17 and 24 June, 1 and 22 July. You can view the recordings and 'catch up' if you'd like to join after the start date. Recordings are made available 24 hours after each session.

This introductory course into Music Braille is designed to give vision support teachers an overview of music transcription. Participants should have a Grade 5 AMEB level of understanding of music as this course will not go into learning of print music notation. The course is designed to teach basic music braille code over a series of lectures and apply that knowledge to formatting single line melodies, with and without words, piano music and simple orchestral scores of 3 to 6 lines. This is a practical based course and participants will have the opportunity to work examples during class and receive immediate feedback.

Participants will need: Perkins brailler and paper and manuscript paper

On-line participants will need: access to Duxbury or equivalent, music notation software like MuseScore (free program) or manuscript paper (images of work can be sent). Worked samples to be emailed in.

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