The History of Musical Instruments and Music-making: A Complete History of Musical Forms and the Orchestra
This comprehensive reference investigates the principal ancient civilizations with regard to key developments and musical traditions. The text focuses on different methods of music-making, explains how the string and bow create sound, the tonal quality of single and double reeds, etc. and information about famous players.
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History of Musical Instruments Folk Music
Music of Ancient Civilizations 14 Military Bands
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