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Composers through the ages [picture] / text by Nita Temmerman
Bib ID 478770
Format PicturePicture
Author
Temmerman, Nita
 
Description South Melbourne : Macmillan of Australia, 1989 
16 study prints : ill. (some col.), port ; in envelope 39 x 51 cm. 
ISBN 0333477863
Series

Macmillan Australia wallcharts ;

Full contents
  • 1. George Frederic Handel
  • 2. Johann Sebastian Bach
  • 3. Joseph Hayden
  • 4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • 5. Ludwig Van Beethhoven
  • 6. Franz Peter Schubert
  • 7. Frederic Chopin
  • 8. Richard Wagner
  • 9. Johann Strauss
  • 10. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
 
Subjects Composers -- Study and teaching (Primary)  |  Composers -- Biography.

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