Music Lovers Encyclopedia
by Rupert Hughes
Publisher: McClure, Phillips & Co 1903
Number of pages: 933
A facsimile edition of a classic, long the standard reference on music with almost 1,000 pages that include an A to Z biographical dictionary of musicians with over 8,500 entries, a dictionary of 7,000 musical terms, synopses of 90 operas, and much more.
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by Thomas M. Fiore - The University of Chicago
Music and mathematics are intricately related. There are certain mathematical structures inherent in all works of music. The language of mathematics is a convenient tool for comprehending and communicating this underlying structure.
by William B. White - Dover Publications, Inc.
To know a piano accurately one must understand the laws governing tone quality, and how the propagation of sound is produced as well as the pitch and intensity of sound. This is the only work of its kind ever put forth in the English language.
by Andrew Pregnall (ed.) - VT Publishing
The book represents our collective contribution to the larger scholarship on the most important band in rock history. The chapters of this book build upon the Lewisohn narrative and take into account the recurring issues in Beatles historiography.
by Clayton Funk - The Ohio State University
A guide for artist and musician biographies. We discuss art and music in the context of popular culture, so you will see relationships between art and music and what you are learning and the way you live, to connect them to your own experience.