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Classic theatre texts that have been part of the journey and that cannot be recommended highly enough.
This could be a very long and varied list as, of course, music is so personal. However in the line of sharing culture that is about new ways of seeing, and in this case hearing, then these recommendations will come with that in mind. It may well be a list that takes some time to grow! It runs the risk of equally becoming a very long list or an empty section.
Starting close to home:
Estudios Sobre La Grilla Acústica - Libro I (2014) & II (2011)
FORMAT: 13 x 13cm
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / SPANISH
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL: 2 audio CDs - Ensamble Nacional del Sur
Texts, Notes & Drawings: Oscar Edelstein
Art Direction: Deborah Claire Procter
Design: Deborah Claire Procter & Gisela Formoso
First Edition - Printed in Argentina: Rolta, Buenos Aires (www.rolta.com.ar)
© 2014 Oscar Edelstein
© Patina Publisher, Amsterdam (www.patinapublishing.nl)
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