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Illustrated History of Music-Middle Ages

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format book
Composer Comeau/Covert
Publisher Summy-Birchard Inc.
Catalog # MUS071L1

Price: $32.95

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Illustrated History of Music-Middle Ages Composed by Comeau/Covert. For book. Published by Summy-Birchard Inc.. (Catalog # MUS071L1, UPC: 9782894425572)

This music appreciation series provides an informative look into the history of music from every genre that will truly enlighten the young musician of today. Each book explores not only the characteristics of the music and the lives and works of the major composers, but also many social aspects of the period. Within every volume there are extensively illustrated period art works giving the reader additional insight of the age. Also included in each book is a pullout timeline poster of important events that took place during the time and a composer summary chart for more in-depth study. A reproducible study guide with an activity book accompanies every section of the book. Includes: Middle Ages/Renaissance; Baroque; Classical; Romantic and 20th Century time periods.
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