Contributions of teaching methods for the development of piano sight-reading
Keywords:piano methods for sight-reading, teaching strategies in music
This article presents an analysis of piano methods of sight-reading, which were elaborated by nine significant authors of piano pedagogy. Piano sight-reading is understood as a specific competence that requires high cognitive and physical performance. For its full development, reading at first glance requires specific practice, which evolves the integration of a multitude of aspects. Some of these aspects are subject of the analysis that the article offers, such as: reading notes, technique, rhythmic training, repertoire, other tooth. It is concluded that the acquisition of a competence in piano sight-reading is not only achieved through the study of the instrument or the performance of pianistic works, but requires a specialized pedagogy for its full development.
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