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The Concise Oxford History of Music By Edited by Gerald Abraham

The Concise Oxford History of Music
by Edited by Gerald Abraham

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The whole history of music from its first recorded emergence in early civilization to the death of Stravinsky. Drawing on his considerable knowledge of composers and compositions, Dr Abraham offers insights into the historical development of styles. He also discusses non-Western music - that of Eastern Asia, India, Islam, and Africa.
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The Concise Oxford History of Music by Edited by Gerald Abraham

Scholarly and comprehensive, this acclaimed single-volume study covers the whole history of music from its first recorded emergence in early civilization to the death of Stravinsky. Drawing on his considerable knowledge of composers and compositions, Dr Abraham offers penetrating insights into the historical development of styles. He also discusses non-Western music - that of Eastern Asia, India, Islam, and Africa. Illustrated throughout, the book also contains numerous musical examples.

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About Edited by Gerald Abraham



Gerald Abraham is author of fourteen books on musical subjects and is General Editor of The New Oxford History of Music.

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GOR001396432
The Concise Oxford History of Music by Edited by Gerald Abraham
Edited by Gerald Abraham
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1985-02-28
990
019284010X
9780192840103
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