Oxford University Press (1985), 818 pages
'The Oxford Dictionary of Music' is a guide for all music lovers and performers, both amateur and professional. It brings together 12,500 entries covering musical subjects of all kinds in an authoritative and accessible way.
LibraryThing member jigwagigiggs
How refreshing in the era where the internet tells us how to do everything that there is still an extensive encyclopedia thatt does the same thing. Biblical in its staure for all musicians. And because of the influence of the internet available at giveaway prices seemingly. Im quite sure this would have set me back the thick end of £50 a few years bback instead of the £4 I paid for it