This book features musical instruments and music-making from all over the world, such as gamelan orchestras from Indonesia and West African 'talking drums'. It: shows the many types of instruments and music, and the varying ways in which they are used - for example, the playing of drums in religious ceremonies, for communication and as a symbol of status; and, includes traditional music-making for you to try, such as bamboo stamping tubes from the Pacific and tin-can rattles.
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'Combine citizenship with geography in a study of the music of different nations. Musical Instruments divides the muscial traditions of the world into Europe, North America, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and The Pacific and examines how each has evolved. With an introduction, glossary and suggested further reading, children cannot fail to learn some interesting new facts.' -- Junior Education 20020701
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