Dyslexia in Greater Detail.
The Positive Angle.
Where to get Help.
Music as Communication.
The diagnosed Dyslexic Child.
The Undiagnosed Child.
How Should I Know That They were Dyslexic?
Anomalies in Auditory Function.
Silence – The Framework for Music.
The Concept of "up" and "down", singing.
Rhythm, Preparation for Aural Examinations.
Interpreting The Printed page.
Vertical and Additional Horizontal Lines.
Rests, dots and Accidentals.
Tracking. Balance and Posture.
Gross Motor control.
Co–ordination for Pedalling.
Fine Motor Control.
Motor Response to Rhythmic Symbols.
Broken chords and Arpeggios.
Memorizing The Architecture.
Sight Reading (1–10).
Materials for Writing Music.
The reproduction of Musical Symbols.
The Notebook for Practice.
Planning a Lesson.
Evaluating The Lesson.
The Relative Values of Other Instruments Beside The piano.
Examinations and Performances.
Dyslexic Musicians and The future.