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Music For The Blind

"Lessons for over a dozen instruments demonstrated and explained totally 'by ear' in everyday language. No music, no Braille, no hard to learn system. Just great music instruction. The number of 'Intro to' courses has reached a dozen and the 'by ear' song lesson list keeps growing from it's current 500+ mark. Almost all of Mr. Brown's offerings are available through the National Library Service as well."

Brown, Bill

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Posted by: Haba Ismail on Sat Oct 08, 2011 at 2:02 p.m.

The set up of the instructions and guidelines to this system of teaching an individual with disabilities to play an instrument is great. It is easy to follow and easily learn from.

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