Music Through Ages: A Music History Timeline and Room Border

Publisher: I.M.P.
Author: Gayle Giese
The Music Through Ages:
  • Highlights the music history from the renaissance to present day
  • Includes classical, rock, pop, and jazz greats
  • Shows dates of famous composers and musicians
  • Describes briefly each person's importance in music history
  • Includes colour portraits or photographs of many musicians
  • Defines many musical terms to help beginning students
  • Decorates the classroom while educating at the sames time
  • Provides a great reference to enhance other studies

This Music History Timeline is over 16' long.

ISBN: 9780757902284
Published on: 28 February 2002
Language: English
Catalogue No: IMP0509B

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      Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
      9 out of 10


      Grantham GB
      Very informative with great pictures.
      The next section needs to be added to keep it more up to date
      Confirmed purchase: 04 January 2016
      Published on: 19 January 2016
      8 out of 10


      Basingstoke GB Love teaching music!
      Fantastic on my wall at school and a great overview
      If I were creating a frieze like this I would include some information about what was happening at that time outside of music (historical context).
      But ... still love the product!
      Confirmed purchase: 29 October 2014
      Published on: 12 November 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

      This is an excellent resource for allowing pupils to place the pieces they're learning within a wider musical and historical context. The timeline includes the details of all the major composers of each period, with their dates and thus pupils can easily see where their pieces fit in alongside these. The dissapointing thing is that although this is billed as a timeline, it is in fact several separate sheets (generally one or two for each musical period), so although the final length may be 16', you would need to join together the individual sheets in order to achieve this. This was a bit dissapointing as I had assumed that as it was advertised as a 'timeline', it was one continuous piece of paper.
      Anonymous - ()
      Très peu d'intérêt pour cette chronologie où ne surnage que peu d'artiste... Le tiers de l'ouvrage est consacré à certains musiciens pop américains ou anglais. très léger et...frustrant!
      Anonymous - (CHOISY-LE-ROI, France)