Music: A Fold-out Graphic History | Author: Nicholas O'Neill
Music: A Fold-Out Graphic History is a richly illustrated timeline of the history of music from 60,000 years ago to the present day, published in partnership with the Royal Albert Hall. Children’s author Susan Hayes and award-winning composer and musician Nicholas O’Neill take you on a journey through some of the most amazing musical moments.
Discover the stories of music maestros including Beethoven, Wei Liang Fu, Django Reinhardt, The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, David Bowie, Maria Callas, Nina Simone, Louis Armstrong, and Beyoncé. Marvel at the orchestra with a huge illustration set in the Royal Albert Hall, and find out about ancient instruments from all over the world. Colourful, lively illustrations by Ruby Taylor bring the book to life and provide a glimpse into how different music styles and instruments sound.
30.2 x 25.8cm
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