Integrating a lens at the bottom for scanning sheet music and a speaker to turn into sound, the “Read the Music” also features a reference dot to scan various size of sheet music and a metronome function to help the visually impaired learn the rhythm of songs while playing musical instruments, as it produces regular tickling sounds at different settings by marking the music time.

Intro to the Piano for the Visually Impaired If you are new to the piano this is the course you want to start with. This course is suitable for students ages 11 and up. In this all-audio beginning course you will learn: The names of the notes, on the piano including the Sharps & … Continue reading "Piano Courses" Luckily there are many different music oriented technological tools and resources that a teacher can call upon to bring visually impaired students into the world of creating music. In general though, teaching a blind person to be a musician often requires that you think about teaching music in a different way than you would with a sighted person. Feb 20, 2006 · I haven't heard of any sites that offer "large print" sheet music but it should be fairly straightforward to enlarge at the printing stage. There are a lot of sites that offer free sheet music. How badly impaired is her sight? Does she read braille? Please email me if I can help further: [email protected]