Musician, teacher and author David Reck said, “I study music and play it, primarily for that magical touch, an emotional contact with music itself that mystically makes me (and others) more human, more attuned to the ecology of ourselves and the world.” Within this book, Reck explores the variety and richness of sounds, instruments, and music from different cultures and traditions from tribal, folk, Japanese, and Tibetan. A thorough comprehension that “narrows the gap between the audience and the performer, music accessible for even the nonmusical reader”.
Paperback, 545 pages. Measures 8 ½” x 11”. Published by Macmillan Pub Co in 1977. Written by David Reck.
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