Musical Education for Blind Children
(doctorate work - a manuscript)
My doctorate work of 1972 was the culmination of a period during which I was involved in the specifics of the musical education of pupils in elementary schools. In this thesis I summarise my experiences. I elaborate facts about the environment in which potential musical talent can be developed without any specific. The characteristics involving the development of musical abilities, and especially skills, relate on the one hand to an environment in which sensitivity to tones develops. On the other hand, problems arise in the practice or study of music.
The work consists of two parts - theoretical and practical, based on the above-mentioned viewpoints.
The work was not published.
Contains: 204 pages
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