How the World Makes Music

How the World Makes Music

Book - 1994
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This volume is a survey of musical instruments used throughout the world for all types of music including classical, jazz, rock, pop and electronic. It shows their relationships to each other and explains how each of the instruments produce their sounds.
Publisher: Corsham, [England] : Young Library, 1994.
ISBN: 9781854290366
Branch Call Number: J/784/.19/Zal 43vb 01
J/784/.19/Zal 43mb 01
J/784/.19/Zal 43a4 01
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Feeney, Shane
Zaluski, Pamela


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