1 edition of Hearing, feeling, playing found in the catalog.
Hearing, feeling, playing
|Statement||edited by Shirley Salmon|
|Series||Forum Zeitpunkt, Zeitpunkt Musik, Forum Zeitpunkt, Zeitpunkt Musik|
|LC Classifications||MT17 .H43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||2010560161|
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Hearing, Feeling, Playing: Music and Movement with hard-of-hearing and deaf children (Zeitpunkt Musik. Forum Zeitpunkt) Paperback – Febru by Shirley Salmon (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Shirley Salmon Page.
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Get this from a library. Hearing, feeling, playing: music and movement of hard-of-hearing and deaf children. [Shirley Salmon;] -- Overview: The theme of this book is presented in chapters covering basic principles in theory and practice.
Three individuals with a hearing impairment report on their development, experience and. Books shelved as hearing: El Deafo by Cece Bell, Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing by J.
Anthony Seikel, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Wha. Hearing – Feeling – Playing Music and Movement with Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf Children. 17,0 x 24,0 cm, S., The theme of this book is presented in chapters covering basic principles in theory and practice.
Three individuals with a hearing impairment report on their development, experience and personal approaches to music.
Hearing - Feeling - Playing is a wonderful resource for music teachers and therapists who work with children with hearing loss. Working with students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can be challenging for those of us used to relying on the auditory sense when making music.
The last book for music. For example, many clairaudient people learn best through hearing. So you may enjoy listening to a book on Audible rather than reading a book.
You can hear animals. Hearing animals doesn’t mean they start talking like Mr. Ed, instead, it’s like blocks of thought that pop into your mind. Here’s an example. Comment: Ex-library book so expect library stamps or stickers found throughout. Pages are intact and the overall condition is acceptable.
Some highlighting / underlining / writing may be found throughout. Marking this book as "Acceptable" as the edges/ pages/ cover show noticeable signs of wear/5(3). Music making, dancing and singing with hearing impaired children may sound strange and paradoxical for some, however the possibility of "hearing, feeling and playing" for these children has been Author: Shirley Salmon.
(shelved 1 time as hearing-impairment) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Hearing-feeling-playing: Music and movement with hard-of hearing and deaf children. Reichert Verlag Weisbaden: Forum Zeitpunkt. Paperback PP. (In: Musicworks. Journal of the Australian Council of Orff Schulwerk.
Volume 15 No. 1, ) This wonderful book, with a foreword by Dame Evelyn Glennie is an addition to literature that. Buy Hearing, Feeling, Playing: Music and Movement with Hard-Of-Hearing and Deaf Children (Zeitpunkt Musik.
Forum Zeitpunkt) by Shirley Salmon, Evelyn Glennie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Shirley Salmon. Hearing is a comprehensive, authoritative reference work covering both the physiological and perceptual aspects of hearing. Intended for researchers and advanced students in the field of hearing, it reviews major areas of research in addition to new discoveries, including active mechanisms in the cochlea, across-channel processes in auditory masking, and perceptual grouping The first recorded book I ever listened to was Moby-Dick, read by Frank Muller, which had me enthralled for almost all 21 hours and 20 minutes.
Anna Karenina, read by either Davina Porter or David Horovitch, is also a spellbinder at 38 hours and 5 minutes (Horovitch) or 36 hours and 8. Hearing History is a long-needed introduction to the basic tenets of what is variously termed historical acoustemology, auditory culture, or aural history.
Gathering twenty-one of the field’s most important writings, this volume will deepen and broaden our understanding of changing perceptions of sound and hearing and the ongoing education of our senses.5/5(1).
Hearing – Feeling – Playing Music and Movement with Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf Children Ed. by Shirley Salmon Foreword by Dame Evelyn Glennie 7 × 24 cm.
p., pb. 90 ( -0) forum zeitpunkt ∙ zeitpunkt musik. These chapters contain many major shifts for Auggie, who is on his way to a new level of maturity over the course of this bildungsroman.
One of these is his attitude towards his hearing aids. Auggie has spent his entire life worrying about what others will think of his appearance, and rightfully so. When he puts on the hearing aids, however, he.
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She kept replaying the last hearing. “It’s like a broken record that I cannot stop playing!” Anxiety is such a common condition for lawyers, yet rarely is there room to talk about the Author: Jeena Cho. Hearing a song you love when it’s playing from elsewhere is a reassuring, isolating experience: you feel solitary and cared for at the same time.
I started violin as a college sophomore and finished Suzuki book 1 in one semester. The trick is not to depend solely on the hearing sense, but also on developing kinesthetic awareness, listening/feeling for resonant notes on the fingerboard of your bowed string instrument, and developing a feel for how much weight you need on the bow arm to.
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