Instrumental Sight-Reading Development

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Publisher : Stella Tartsinis

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Page : 15 pages

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Instrumental Sight-Reading Development outlines strategies to improve sight-reading. Besides the strategies discussed, this guide organizes how to approach sight-reading, and how daily sight-reading practice improves the speed of learning music.

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