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Author Topic: New Piano Fingering Font Suite - Teaching Aid  (Read 5267 times)
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« on: August 03, 2011, 12:58:21 AM »

Just like to let everyone know about a teaching aid I've created to help my students:

The Piano Fingering and Theory Font Suite is a versatile set of fonts which allow for the visual notation of shapes, fingerings and note names on a graphic piano keyboard in an intuitive way. The Font was developed out of a need to notate  technique fingerings, fingerings for beginner players as well as showing different chord shapes and spellings for use in theory instruction.
 
I've attached a manual.

For more information visit:

http://www.tristandurie.com/Piano_Fingering_Fonts.html

* PianoFingeringFontGuide.pdf (88.67 KB - downloaded 45 times.)
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