I am having trouble seeing the notes clearly when I read; it isn't that the notes are blurry or anything like that, I can see fine up close (reading, etc.) but a C becomes an A and vice versa, also the same with B and D. My teacher says I need to go to the eye doctor and get music glasses; she says, and I agree, the distance you read from when the music is on the stand is an odd one, way further than you hold a book at when you read. I measured it and it's right at 24 inches for me. So I want a pair of glasses that will from that distance make the notes about twice as large. Have any of you done this? Do I just go to the eye dr. and say what I just said here? Do I take my stand, violin and music for a true frame of reference when I do go? Thanks!
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