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Learn about the creation of the unique American music called bluegrass through the story of Bill Monroe.

Bill Monroe loved many things: playing music, his big family, and his home in the bluegrass state of Kentucky. Even though his eyes were crossed and didn't work right, Bill's ears worked hard, picking out all sorts of sounds around his treasured home: rushing streams, wailing winds, and sundown jamborees with his family. Through heartache and hard times, Bill held on to these sounds that reminded him of home. Award-winning author Barb Rosenstock and illustrator Edwin Fotheringham beautifully capture the ups and downs of Bill Monroe's musical journey, and how his deep Kentucky roots helped him create a unique form of American music--bluegrass. Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash and Jerry Garcia all credit Bill Monroe with influencing their music.

GENRE
Kinder
ERSCHIENEN
2018
6. März
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
40
Seiten
VERLAG
Astra Publishing House
GRÖSSE
32,3
 MB

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