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library of classics mp3
Pre-loaded With Classic Books & Music! Enjoy 100 classic books and 50 musical compositions--no downloading required! Just open the box and hit play to listen to some of the world's best authors and composers. Easy-to-operate MP3 player is completely portable so you can enjoy it at home, outdoors, or on the road. Audio books include Othello, Moby Dick, & Peter Pan. Featured musical selections include pieces by Bach, Chopin, Brahms and others. (See our website for complete listings.) Pre-loaded MP3 player includes a color display screen, earphones, car adapter, and wall charger. 3 x 1.5 . details
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bach and the high baroque - cd
Underappreciated in his own time, Johann Sebastian Bach has ascended to Olympian heights in the estimation of generations of music lovers. But what is it about his music that makes it great? Composer and musicologist Robert Greenberg helps you hear the extraordinary sweep of Bach's music and understand hiscompositional language—whether you re a devoted admirer or a casual listener. How Did Bach Become Bach?Professor Greenberg sets Bach in context by tracing the musical traditions and composers from whom he drew his inspiration, and explaining how Bach absorbed these influences to become the transcendent composer of the High Baroque. According to Prof [...]. details
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bach and the high baroque - dvd
Underappreciated in his own time, Johann Sebastian Bach has ascended to Olympian heights in the estimation of generations of music lovers. But what is it about his music that makes it great? Composer and musicologist Robert Greenberg helps you hear the extraordinary sweep of Bach's music and understand hiscompositional language—whether you re a devoted admirer or a casual listener. How Did Bach Become Bach?Professor Greenberg sets Bach in context by tracing the musical traditions and composers from whom he drew his inspiration, and explaining how Bach absorbed these influences to become the transcendent composer of the High Baroque. According to Prof [...]. details