About this item
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.
Published by OUP in 1979. 968pp with illustrated DJ 8VO
In excellent condition. Clean and bright with slight bumps only to DJ.
Red cloth boards.
Fine. First Edition. Black & white illustrations, music & maps. 968pp. Text has no writing, no highlighting, neatly stamped with bookshop stamp on title page, no inscriptions, etc. not price clipped.
A nice copy of this book
- Added value:
- 1st edition
- Abraham, Gerald, 1904-1988
- Number of pages:
- Oxford University Press
- The concise Oxford history of music
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