Classification of high and low achievers in a music sight-reading task 5

@inproceedings{REINH2005ClassificationOH,
  title={Classification of high and low achievers in a music sight-reading task 5},
  author={A REINH and M RDKoPIEZHANOvERUNIVERSITYOF and D UNIVERSITYOF and G E R M A N Y J I I N L E E H A N Ov E O Rt M U N D},
  year={2005}
}
  • R E I N H A, R D Ko P I E Z H A N Ov E R U N I V E R S I T Y O F M, +1 author O Rt M U N D, G E R M A N Y J I I N L E E H A N Ov E
  • Published 2005
K E Y W O R D S : music performance, music reading, performance analysis Sight-reading (SR) is a skill which is required by all musicians. It is not only of particular interest for musical occupations such as the piano accompanist, the conductor, or the correpetiteur, but is also one of the five basic performance skills every musician should acquire. McPherson (1993) defines these