The Music WAR

Trotter, William R.
June 2005
Military History;Jun2005, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p58
Focuses on the association of music with warfare. Function of music in war; Type of musical instruments used by Greek and Roman armies; Significance of music during the Middle Ages.


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