[Perform-talk] Music theory text

Amy Sabo amylsabo at comcast.net
Sun Mar 22 20:01:46 UTC 2009

hello brad,

welcome to the land of pad! i'm glad that you decided to join this list. i'm amy sabo and i'm from colorado but, i'm originally from michigan. i attend the university of colorado-denver where i'm pursuing a degree in communications with a minor in political science. but, it has taken me a long to finish due to many medical issues in my life.

as for performing arts involvement i'm a singer, a motivational speaker, and i also do media relations with a emphasis in internet radio. i'm glad that you found this list. as to your question i will forward it to the blind students list so they could also assist you on this.

as to rfbd, bookshare, and nls i would also seeing if the books that you are looking for are in a accessible format through the publisher. most publishers have etexts of their books for people to get. are you a student at the time or just looking for information?

well, that's all for now take care and please feel free to ask questions, give advice, and also have fun! this list for everyone in performing arts and it's the best way to have fun!

from amy

----- Original Message -----

From: Brad Dunse 

To: Perform Talk NFB 

Sent: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 14:44:23 +0000 (UTC)

Subject: [Perform-talk] Music theory text


A newbee to this list. I am looking for access to music theory books in 

either text/electronic format or sound recording, preferrably electronic. 

I've checked Bookshare and find nothing and NLS seems to be having an issue 

of some sort. I would like this to expand my own knowledge more on music 

plus eventually teach guitar techniques and theory. Thanks for any help.


Brad Dunse



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