The is a deep dreadnought with a full acoustic resonance available in a wide variety of colors. Product Features Dreadnought style Spalted Maple Top Mahogany sides and back High gloss finish Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
Give your students an experience with the American Music of RAGTIME, with this EASY to READ and PLAY original musical arrangement using Classroom Instruments. This 1902 Classic Piano Rag by Scott Joplin is a Billboard Chart topper, an Oscar
The earliest known form of the vielle a roue was called an organistrum and bore little resemblance to the modern one. It was so large that one person turned the crank and another played the keys. The wooden keys were arranged in various ways depending on whether secular or religious music was to be played. The organistrum was only capable of playing slow melodies and simple harmony because of the hard key action. It’s main use was in the medieval church.