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More Able Than Dis: Accessible Music in America: Home

The purpose of this research guide is to serve as a storehouse for information on accessibility in music, specifically in the U.S. The hope is to provide direction for those in need of accessible options, encourage more development of accessible options, and allow those with specific needs to collaborate with others. Contact Tina Holmes-Davis for educational or equipment needs, assistance in finding resources, or to contribute to the guide. 

Adaptive Music U.S. based

Adaptive Music in Europe

Adapted Musical Instruments

Music Therapy sources

Dr. H-D

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Tina Holmes-Davis
Milledgeville, GA 31061
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In their own voices

This section is devoted to sharing the experiences  of some ambitious people with disabilities. These are not necessarily musicians, but all demonstrate the abilities and ambitions of people with disability when given accommodation.