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Music Through The Ages

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Poster
Composer Gayle Giese
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # 0509B

Price: $24.99

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Product Description

Music Through The Ages Composed by Gayle Giese. For Poster. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # 0509B, UPC: 654979992974)

Wherever music is taught, this decorative timeline should be on the wall! This beautiful full-color banner is over 16 feet long! A handy teacher's reference booklet is included so the teacher can read composer information at a glance. There are five sections that may be displayed together or separately: 1) Late Renaissance / Baroque 2) Classical 3) Romantic 4) Early to Mid-Twentieth Century 5) Mid- to Late Twentieth Century. * Highlights music history from the Renaissance to present day * Includes classical, rock, pop, and jazz greats * Shows dates of famous composers and musicians * Describes briefly each person's importance in music history * Includes portraits or photographs of most musicians * Defines many musical terms to help beginning students * Decorates the classroom while educating at the same time * Provides a great reference to enhance other studies * Includes a handy teacher reference about the musicians.

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