Finding Site Content

The main content of this site - the musical pieces and instructional materials - do NOT APPEAR - on the site. Rather, files containing this content appear at the ends of the pages that contain these materials. You can view, download, or print this content by clicking on the names of your selected files. Simple instructions for obtaining this content are contained under the View, Print, Save tab at the top of each page of this site.

The present page focuses on finding the content that you want to view. Once you have identified your area of interest by clicking on a link at the top of any page, you will find material relating to that link. At the bottom of the selected page, you will find files of the materials that you are interested in. Each file name provides a brief description of its content. Each file name is also provided with a series of codes that provide additional information about the content of the file. Simply click on the file to view it. You will also find the title and codes in the header of each page of the opened file. Each file has a prefix code and one or more version codes describing the type of content in the file. These codes are all designed to help you find the content that you are looking for. These codes are described below.  

File Name Prefixes
LS - "Lead-Sheet Format" - Notation includes standard chord symbols, song text, and notes for the melody.
PG - "Prep, Grand Staff" - Preparatory materials for learning to play. Includes sheet music songs at the prep level.
RC - "Repertoire Collection"
RP - "Repertoire Piece"
RT - "Readers Grand Staff on a Timeline" - Identifies files of RT sheet music. 
## - Two digit number following the prefix, sometimes used to sequence files in the desired order.

File Name - Version Suffixes - Appear following the file name and the "v" (for version).
-v - Version
3C - "Three Color" Notation - Natural Notes - White; Flat Notes - Black; Sharp Notes - Gray - standard RT notation.
5F - "Five Fingers" - Notation is limited to 5 finger groups (in beginner's instructional materials).
5FC - Five-Finger Color Groups Identified by Color - 5-Finger Groups of notes have distinctive colors separating the groups.
BS - "Bass Staff" - Notes limited to bass staff.
Cds - "Chords" - Includes notes for triad chords in the octave below Middle C.
CS  - "Chord Symbols" - The notation includes standard chord symbols.
GS - "Grand Staff" - Notated on the 11 line grand staff (as contrasted to the standard piano staff that has extra spaces between treble and bass staves).
LS - "Lead-Sheet Format" - Notation includes standard chord symbols, song text, and notes for the melody.
OC - "Octave Group Colors" - Each note is colored with the color of its octave group (in beginner's instructional materials).
TS - "Treble Staff" - Notes limited to treble staff. 
VMI - "Vocalized Melodic Intervals" - Coded for beginners and visually impaired students.
Wks - Unit contains a worksheet.

In the file listing:
TITLES IN ALL CAPITALS - (PG-00)  These are section titles. They have no content.
Titles with no content - (PG-50)  These are simply spacers used to separate sections of the list.

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