Piano Guided Sight-Reading (By Leonhard Deutsch) (1950).pdf
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Piano GUIDED Sigh t Re ading A Ne v Approach to Piano Studv by LEONHARD E EUTSCH NELSON-HALL COMPANY CHIC AG O Acknowledgements For the constructive criticism and final editing of my manu script I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to Miss Lillian Cooper, New York City. For the patient reading of the first drafts and helpful suggestions my thanks go to the late Mrs. Sophia Steinbach, New York City Miss Ruth Norden, New York City and Mr. Mrs. Horace Champney, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Finally, I have to thank Crown Publishers for the last retouches. For their adherence to my ideas abroad and in this country I thank my former Vienna colleagues and co-workers Dr. Alexander Klahr, New York City Mr. Victor Popper, Evans ton, Illinois Mrs. Maria Treuer, Yellow Springs, Ohio and Dr. Margaret Wolf, Brooklyn, N. Y. I feel greatly indebted to my wife, Mrs. Danica Deutsch, for her most active support of my work from its very beginning. She also assisted me in applying experiences from her own field, including her study of left-eyedness, to the psychological and emotional problems of my students. LEONHARD DEUTSCH Table of Contents Foreword xi The Story of the Sight-Reading Method 3 The Problems of Sight-Reading 13 What is the correct way to practice sight-reading 14 How is the ability to practice sight-reading in this - man-ner developed 15 What is the effect of sight-reading.....