Braille Music and Its Problems, What the National Institute for the Blind Has Accomplished: A Record of Fifty-Seven Years of English Effort
This fascinating history of braille music and its development offers a detailed and nuanced view into the challenges and successes of efforts to create accessible musical notation for blind and visually impaired musicians. The book focuses on the pioneering work of the National Institute for the Blind in England and provides a valuable resource for anyone interested in braille music or the history of disability rights.
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- Publisher: Hassell Street Press
- Publish Date: Jul 18th, 2023
- Pages: 28
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.25in - 0.49lb
- EAN: 9781019360842
- Categories: • Social Work• Instruction & Study - Theory