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The Music of the Sumerians and Their Immediate Successors: The Babylonians and Assyrians, Described and Illustrated from Original Sources (Hardback)
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The Music of the Sumerians and Their Immediate Successors: The Babylonians and Assyrians, Described and Illustrated from Original Sources (Hardback)

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Hardback 110 Pages / Published: 30/12/1970
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Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780837139289
Number of pages: 110
Weight: 497 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 11 mm
Edition: New edition of 1937 ed


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"The main value of [Galpin's] contribution is in his power to sort and sift evidence and to apply what may be called a commonsense musical point of view to the theories which have been advanced. While the book is necessarily full of technical detail, it is made intelligible to the ordinary musical reader by the fact that Canon Galpin keeps his eye on the place of this music in the civilization which produced it."-Times (London) Literary Supplement
"The main value of YGalpin's contribution is in his power to sort and sift evidence and to apply what may be called a commonsense musical point of view to the theories which have been advanced. While the book is necessarily full of technical detail, it is made intelligible to the ordinary musical reader by the fact that Canon Galpin keeps his eye on the place of this music in the civilization which produced it."-Times (London) Literary Supplement
?The main value of [Galpin's] contribution is in his power to sort and sift evidence and to apply what may be called a commonsense musical point of view to the theories which have been advanced. While the book is necessarily full of technical detail, it is made intelligible to the ordinary musical reader by the fact that Canon Galpin keeps his eye on the place of this music in the civilization which produced it.?-Times (London) Literary Supplement

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