Books by Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

    WJEC & Eduqas GCSE Music Revision Guide

    By David Ventura

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    Paperback £9.95

    This revision guide will help you to prepare for the written exam of the WJEC and Eduqas 9-1 specifications. It includes the most important facts about each of the prepared extracts, guidance on the required knowledge for each question, practice questions for each area of study, tips on how to...

    Art of Horror Movies

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    Hardback £21.66


    British Amp Invasion

    By Dave Hunter

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    Complete Guide to the Gibson Mandolins

    By Paul Fox

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    The Complete Guide to the Gibson Mandolins is a definitive source of information about the company that defined the modern mandolin

    Make Your Own Music: A Creative Curriculum Using Music Technology

    By Richard A. McCready

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    Paperback £14.45

    Everything you need to know to create your own music using modern technology, incorporating composition ideas, notation skills and digial audio workstation proficiencies

    Les Paul in His Own Words

    By Les Paul

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    A celebration of the life of the legendary Les Paul, looking at his remarkable inventions and guitar playing, in his own words

    Bob Marley

    By Bob Marley

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    Verdi: The Operas and Choral Works

    By Victor Lederer

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    Victor Lederer surveys every one of the master's 28 operas and his greatest choral pieces, showing Verdi's growth as a musical dramatist.

    The Metropolitan Opera Presents: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart\'s Le Nozze di Figaro: Libretto, Background and Photos

    By Lorenzo Da Ponte

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    Paperback £11.45

    Today Mozart's exquisite Le Nozze di Figaro delights and moves audiences everywhere, long after its 1786 birth into tumultuous times. The original Beaumarchais play raised a firestorm in France, then on the brink of revolution, with its dangerous commentary on class relations. However, Lorenzo Da Ponte carefully omitted anything political...

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