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Charting the Classics: Classical Music in Diagrams

Charting the Classics: Classical Music in Diagrams (Hardback)

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See the world of classical music in an entirely new light. Using pie charts, Venn diagrams and other clever graphics, the team behind Classic FM represent Britain's most popular classical works, musicians and composers, alongside orchestras, concert etiquette, and much more. Full of amusing insights and unexpected connections, this witty collection will delight music fans and puzzle enthusiasts alike. From Mozart to Wagner, via John Cage and 'Jerusalem', this ingenious and fun collection of graphics gives a surprising twist to your favourite classical pieces.

HumourMusic & DanceMusic BooksMusic: styles & genresWestern "classical" music Publisher: Elliott & Thompson Limited Publication Date: 08/08/2014 ISBN-13: 9781783960996  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Tim Lihoreau is Classic FM's Creative Director, but will be better known to many listeners as the presenter of the station's Brighter Breakfast programme each weekday morning. He is co-author of The Classic FM Hall of Fame, The Classic FM Quiz Book, Stephen Fry's Incomplete and Utter History of Classical Music and many other titles. Daniel Ross is Online Editor at Classic FM. He has written extensively on music online and in print magazines. This is his first book. Darren Henley is Managing Director of Classic FM. He has written many books on music, including the Sunday Times-bestselling The Classic FM Hall of Fame and Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Classical Music... But Were Too Afraid To Ask.

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