Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||ML626 .Y43 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011015549|
Bach's Feet - buy this book online. Author: Yearsley, David. Published by Cambridge University Press. Beautiful Feet Books, San Luis Obispo, California. 18, likes talking about this. We help homeschool parents ignite wonder and connect with their kids through the best stories and guided /5(56). Feetbook. likes 2 talking about this. Sprained my ankle, again!, Jan 13th - when healed, micro surgery! Don't worry! Feetbook will still be here for fun!Followers: Courses, Classes & Events | Listings. Event details can be found below. Please book online whenever you see the Book Online link. If you have any enquiries relating to a booking, please email [email protected] or call Note that the hour clock is used on all event listings.
Get this from a library! Bach's feet: the organ pedals in European culture. [David Gaynor Yearsley] -- The organist seated at the king of instruments with thousands of pipes rising all around him, his hands busy at the manuals and his feet patrolling the pedalboard, is a symbol of musical. This book is about a boy at the beach and his feet's interacts with sand and water. All of the pictures are from the perspective of the feet. Cute. Would be good for a storytime on feet. I did really like all the different descriptions of sand but didn't love the pictures/5. It is a rare book about the organ that can appeal to, and inform, both organ- ists and non-organists. In focusing on the feet, Yearsley crafts a point of view to which anyone can relate." --Early Music America "Part of his intent in writing Bach's Feet, which is clearly a labor of love, is to reintroduce the organ into general musicological 5/5(1). Books with feet (or shoes!) on the cover. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.