Music in the Western World

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Music in the Western World
Author : Piero Weiss
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Publisher : Schirmer Books
Language : English
Release Date : 08 February 2023
ISBN : UOM:39015082643530
Pages : 600 pages
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Music in the Western World by Piero Weiss Book PDF Summary

Pt. 1. The heritage of antiquity -- pt. 2. The Middle Ages -- pt. 3. The Renaissance -- pt. 4. The Baroque -- pt. 5. The pre-classical period -- pt. 6. The classical period -- pt. 7. The later nineteenth century : romanticism and other preoccupations -- pt. 8. The twentieth century -- pt. 9. The recent, past, and the present.

Music in the Western World

Pt. 1. The heritage of antiquity -- pt. 2. The Middle Ages -- pt. 3. The Renaissance -- pt. 4. The Baroque -- pt. 5. The pre-classical period -- pt. 6. The classical period -- pt. 7. The later nineteenth century : romanticism and other preoccupations -- pt. 8. The twentieth century -- pt. 9. The recent, past, and the

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