[nfbwatlk] braille music code

Daniel Frye danielfrye at earthlink.net
Sun Aug 24 00:47:51 UTC 2014

Jennifer: yes, I believe that an electronic version of the music braille code does exist and can be purchased. I would urge you to check with the National braille press, before you purchase it in hard – copy braille.

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> On 23 Aug 2014, at 08:09 pm, Jennifer Gandarias via nfbwatlk <nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi all.  I am not sure if this question fits the requirements of this
> listserve, but you are the smartest group of people I know.  Please feel
> free to direct me, off the listserve, to other resources.  I have a print
> copy of the American Printing House's 1997 Music braille code.  I was about
> to order it in braille for my son so that he could teach himself music
> braille.  For him it would be more handy if it came in a downloadable
> version to work with Luc's ipad/brailliant combination.  Does anyone know
> if such a thing exists?  Please let me know before I spend a small fortune
> ordering braille volumes.  Thanks so much
> Jennifer Gandarias
> gandarias1217 at gmail.com
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