Author: Steven Isserlis
Translated: Jung Ah Ko
Publisher: Flying dragon
268 pages | 148 *210 /530g
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|>>>This book is written in Korean.
About This Book
Why did Bach's son call him 'The Old Wig'?What part did Stravinsky's parrot play at dinner parties?
How did Mozart keep his pigtails styled?
What did Schumann invent to make his fingers stronger?
And why "did Beethoven throw his stew?
This book is a unique introduction for children to the world of classical composers and their music.
Famous cellist Steven Isserlis brings six of his favorite composers to life in an irresistible manner, painting hilarious biographical portraits of each of them and describing their music in lively detail.
Packed with facts, dates, anecdotes and illustrations, "Why Beethoven Threw the Stew is an attractive and accessible read for children
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