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Covers all the key aspects of medieval music, focusing on technical and cultural aspects of the subj...
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String Instruments Instrumental Reference
Siminoff's Luthiers Glossary is a first-edition compendium of more than 800 technical terms used in the design, construction, and production of stringed musical instruments.
£6.50
Theory
The AB Guide To Music Theory is intended to help people learning music to understand how music is written down, what the various signs and symbols denote, and what is meant by the common technical words used by musicians.
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Theory
The AB Guide To Music Theory is intended to help people learning music to understand how music is written down, what the various signs and symbols denote, and what is meant by the common technical words used by musicians.
£21.95
Instrumental Tutor
This legendary work is a comprehensive survey of the topic, covering every issue of significance to today's performers. This rich collection of source material for the musicologist is an equally indispensable companion for conductors, editors and performers.
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Instrumental Tutor
This legendary work is a comprehensive survey of the topic, covering every issue of significance to today's performers. This rich collection of source material for the musicologist is an equally indispensable companion for conductors, editors and performers.
£24.99
Harp Instrumental Reference
A unique and definitive work that traces the development of the harp from its earliest origins to the 21st Century. A fully comprehensive view of every model, make and modification!
£12.95
All Instruments Theory
If you want to learn how to read and write music, this is the book you have been waiting for! Written in plain English and using a minimum of jargon, it’s the only book you need!
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Reference
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The New Penguin Dictionary of Music is the essential A-Z of some 1,000 years of Western music.
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A guide to editorial procedures suitable for music written from the Middle Ages to about 1830.