Rubber-band Banjos and a Java-jive Bass Projects and Activities on the Science of Music and Sound by Alex Sabbeth
  

Rubber-band Banjos and a Java-jive Bass Projects and Activities on the Science of Music and Sound

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Rubber-band Banjos and a Java-jive Bass Projects and Activities on the Science of Music and Sound by Alex Sabbeth

Tune up and tune in to the wonderful world of music and sound! Make a hip-hoppin' java jive bass out of an old coffee can. Put on your homemade tuxedo and conduct your own orchestra. Those are just some of the fun projects and activities you'll enjoy as you discover the mysteries and melodies behind the science of music and sound. Learn how sounds are made, and how we hear them. Find out how your favorite instruments actually make music. You can even create your own electronic music studio. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations guide you through dozens of projects and experiments. From a French horn made from a shower hose to a xylophone made from an egg carton and some household wrenches, Rubber-Band Banjos and a Java Jive Bass makes you part of the coolest band in town!

About the Author

ALEX SABBETH studied science and music at Yale. After playing violin in several symphony orchestras, he moved to Oregon with his wife, Carol. There, they present programs that help teachers and children use computers creatively.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Alex Sabbeth
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Publisher

John Wiley & Sons Inc an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Publication date

7th March 1997

ISBN

9780471156758


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