Through Music to the Self: How to Appreciate and Experience Music Anew
Shambhala ; Distributed in the U.S. By Random House (1978)
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|Keywords||Music Philosophy and aesthetics|
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|Call number||ML3845.H2513 1979|
|ISBN(s)||1852301368 0877731446 0906540003|
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