It’s on the Tip of My Fingers: Techniques for Memorization Texas Music Teachers Association Convention 2005 Dr. Dawn Harmon McCord, Presenter Music Music Everywhere . . . . . . But not a sound to hear. Multimodal Musical Experiences Auditory Visual Cognitive Affective Motor Memory
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. . . But not a sound to hear.
…actively involve the student in the learning experience.
This is the first step towards facilitating memorization.
Could you help them discover this information in ways
other than lecture? If so, they will own the parameters
of the repertoire.
Is this piece:
Robert Schumann: Frightening from Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15
Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata in A Minor, K. 149; Longo 93
W. T. Skye Garcia: Cat Walk
Susan Ogilvy: Toccatina
Martha Mier: Morning Dew
Set your imagination free.