After about 6 or 7 pages into the book, i knew that i had found something golden.
I read several chapters myself and liked it very much although it was little too technical and detailed for me - a music buff will love it!
The creation of specific works of music draw deeply from that culture and are unique to it.
The second of the 2 best books on music and learning. "The gift of music is the most enlarging development of the mind since the beginning of learning. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Harold Seckinger
I have not had a chance to actually read it yet but it looks very promising. I really have nothing else to say at this time.Published 18 months ago by Carol
IT WAS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION! HE COULD OF LISTED IT AS BRAND NEW, THERE WAS SO WEARS OR TEARS. I AM VERY SATISFIED WITH MY PURCHASE !Published 18 months ago by jamie
My husband is a music freak! I bought him this book and he couldn't put it down. I read several chapters myself and liked it very much although it was little too technical and... Read morePublished on October 11, 2011 by M. Craig
This book has some interest value - but does not really get to the point and heart of why music has such an impact on our minds. Read morePublished on October 2, 2010 by R. G. W. Brown
I used this book to help me write my senior thesis (rooted in music education). Very helpful reference book and has excellent research about music therapy and autism.Published on June 29, 2008 by Clarinerd85
The book was in great condition and I received it on time.Published on February 22, 2007 by Kristina Skorcheva
Bitterly disappointed in this book.A little bit of knowledge on music can be a dangerous thing and this rambling patchwork quilt of fragments is a pretty dismal affair. Read morePublished on February 9, 2006 by Brian Gomberg