MEN, WOMEN AND PIANOS by Arthur Loesser

MEN, WOMEN AND PIANOS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Evolution and employment of the piano in the light of social history is the subject of a blithe but sturdy volume. On both sides of the Atlantic the piano had its day as sacred symbol and once in a while musical instrument. The techniques of piano making mingle delightfully ith the ways of the folks who displayed and sometimes played it. An enjoyable backward glance for those who love what is now at last- a piano.

Pub Date: Nov. 11th, 1954
Publisher: Simon & Schuster