Josephine Koh: Musical Forms And Terms


Author: Josephine Koh
Format: Books | Theory
A comprehensive handy reference which has been specially compiled to provide the necessary information to support the study of music history, score reading and analysis at advanced level. The book serves to define and explain some of the most commonly used musical forms and terms from the 15th to the 20th centuries. Authentic musical extracts illustrate the ideas and concepts, while cross references make the reading and learning process a pro-active one. This new edition with the updated facts, works and added entries is most relevant to today's music lovers, students and teachers.

  • Over 450 terms defined.
  • More than 320 quoted works.
  • Over 130 musical extracts and illustrations.
  • Alphabetical arrangement of entities.
  • Classification of terms.
  • Chronological arrangement of terms.
ISBN: 9789810561666
Published on: 29 August 2008
No of pages: 176
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMP1300

        Musicroom Reviews

        I use for my grade 5 theory classes and piano lessons and it is very useful and strait to the point. Excellent source of information. Thanks
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
        A very good, clear, well-presented/well-printed dictionary. However, the standard music dictionary is Schirmer's 'Pocket Manual Of Musical Terms'.
        Anonymous - (Beverley, United Kingdom)