Drumming at the edge of magic: a journey into the spirit of percussion

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Harper, Aug 1, 1990 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 263 pages
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Trommernes kulturhistorie skildret i en blanding af egne oplevelser og etnomusikalske og magiske anvendelser rundt om i verden.

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Review: Drumming at Edge of Magic (Tr)

User Review  - Christine Leiser - Goodreads

This is a wonderfully written, unbelievably powerful book. Looking at the history of rhythm, ritual, magic, sound, and compelling nature of the drum - throughout mankind's history. I highly recommend ... Read full review

Review: Drumming at Edge of Magic (Tr)

User Review  - Nadina - Goodreads

in another life time, i'd love to explore culture and music the way Mickey Hart did. I don't think I'd have the dedication to write about it like he did, though. glad he took the time to create this! Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
11
CHAPTER
27
CHAPTER THREE
43
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Mickey Hart is a percussionist and drummer who played with the Grateful Dead for 30 years. He lives in Sonoma County, CA.

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