The landmark/intervallic approach is a way of teaching beginning keyboard students how to read music. Instead of learning and drilling the name of each and every note, on each and every line and space of the musical staff, students learn and drill only certain "landmark" notes.
Intervals are the distance between two notes on the staff and the keyboard. Once the student can read and easily recognize certain landmark notes, they are taught to read intervals near those notes, both above and below.
Often, students who have learned with this approach more readily recognize patterns of notes, and are faster and more fluent at reading music, than students who were taught to read each individual note at a time.
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