Do you believe that some people can sight-read and others can’t?

In How to sight-read, Paul Harris dispels this and other common misconceptions about sight-reading, presenting instead the idea of sight-reading as a technique that can developed and learned by anyone. He breaks down the fascinating science behind sight-reading as well as providing practical advice and exercises that can be incorporated into both lessons and practice.

The engaging activities in the book are supported by a unique accompanying web app enabling readers to improve key areas of sight-reading technique including rhythm, pattern recognition, and brain processing speed.

Written to help students, parents and teachers alike, How to sight-read challenges existing perspectives on sight-reading and presents an innovative new approach to teaching and learning this vital musical skill.

‘This book has elevated sight-reading practice to the next level, using a fresh, fun approach that blends solid vision, science principles, and 21st-century technology.’
Debra Grant BSc (Hons) MCOptom

‘Paul Harris has offered the concept that sight-reading is simply a technique that can be easily learnt by us all... This is a mustread for music students and teachers.’
John Hutchins, Director Junior Academy and LRAM, Royal Academy of Music