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Let's learn about making music [picture] / Nola Fulwood, Helen Mead
Bib ID 1853953
Format PicturePicture
Author
Fulwood, Nola
 
Description Milton, Qld. : Jacaranda Press, c1983 
12 pictures : col. ; 44 x 51 cm. + 6 booklets (ill. ; 19 x 27 cm.) 
ISBN 0701617020 (set)
Partial contents
  • Booklets: Musicians together
  • Strings
  • Woodwind
  • Brass
  • Percussion
  • Singers and players.
 
Notes

Pictures printed on both sides.

Packaged in plastic cover, 44 x 54 cm.

For primary school students.

Subjects Music -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literature.  |  Music -- Instruction and study -- Juvenile.  |  Instrumentation and orchestration -- Juvenile literature.  |  Musical instruments -- Juvenile literature.
Other authors/contributors Mead, Helen

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