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Piano Roles by James Parakilas

Piano Roles

Description : This delightfully written book examines every aspect of the history of the piano over the past 300 years. This new edition includes 47 color photos and 14 illustrations.

Subtitle : A New History of the Piano

Authors : James Parakilas

Published Date : 2002

Publisher : Yale University Press

ISBN : 0300093063

Page : 391 Pages

Categories : Music

Total Download: 32

Filesize: 7 MB

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