story of music and musicians

  • 242 Pages
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Harper & Brothers , New York
Music -- History and crit
Statementby Lucy C. Lillie.
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LC ClassificationsML3930 L72
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 242 p., [4] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL15397491M

Excerpt from The Story of Music and Musicians for Young Readers The only necessity for a preface to this little book is to explain that the work is not designed to take the place of text-books, works on harmony or thorough-bass, or those interesting lives of the great musicians which competent writers have given to : Lucy Cecil Lillie.

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This book is written to non-musicians but will likely be read by a large number of professional musicians, but there's a good possibility it will appeal to neither. I actually enjoyed the occasionally witty and always informative writing style, and the author's background in music composition made his insights even more interesting and helpful /5.

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