'brilliantly comprehensive...one children will dip in and out of for years.' Huffington Post
Welcome to the School of Music, a place bursting with talent, creative energy and special encounters. It is a place of nuts-and-bolts learning - getting the basics for beginners right - as much as a place where musical imagination runs riot and where everyone has triple-fun with the sound of music. Making it... Listening to it... Writing it. Meet The Boss! He's called Sergio Trunk. Some people call him The Maestro, and he, along with his team of talented musicians, will lead you through 40 lessons that help you to learn about classical music, the theory behind music, and the fun you can have making it.
Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 280 x 260 mm
'A brilliantly comprehensive book about all aspects of music, from instruments and musical styles to music theory, how composers work and how performers combat nerves. The book is structured into three "terms" but it's one children will dip in and out of for years.'--The Huffington Post * The Huffington Post *
'Whether you're into Gregorian chanting or grime, this a fun, colourful and informative book' * The Week Junior *
'Much-needed and entirely original...brilliant' * BBC Music magazine *
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