The concise Oxford dictionary of music

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Oxford University Press, 1980 - Music - 724 pages
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The new edition of this compact and practical reference book takes into account recent research in music history and also gives full coverage of the development of music in the twentieth century. A valuable resource for over thirty years, the Dictionary features diagrams, illustrative passages of notation, an up-to-date explanation of musical terminology, and lists of composers' works.

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About the Author:
Michael Kennedy is director of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, music critic at the Sunday Telegraph, and the author books, including works on Elgar, Vaughan, Britten, and Mahler.

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