Gerald Hendrie outlines what music is to be studied in the course. He considers also the way instruments changed from the time of Bach to the present day and how the changes affected the music. He ...emphasises that the course is not a 'period' course in the conventional sense; rather it is about relationships between instruments and the new forms of music which arose involving them.
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