Book Size: 9.5” x 12”
Imprint: Crocodile Books
Illustrated by: Elisa Paganelli
Illustrations: Full Color Illustrations
Release date: October 2020
Foreword by: Sir Simon RattleCategory: Children's Books
How to Build an Orchestra
By Mary Auld • Illustrated by Elisa Paganelli$ 18.95
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About this book
FIND OUT WHAT MAKES UP AN ORCHESTRA AND LEARN ABOUT ITS DIFFERENT INSTRUMENTS
A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED BOOK PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
This wonderfully illustrated story follows a conductor who is auditioning each instrument for his orchestra, building to a performance of two pieces of classical music. With links to downloadable music, follow our conductor on his journey and discover the beautiful music of an orchestra.
Brand: Mary Auld
With pictograms of a full-size symphony orchestra and information on all of the instruments and music featured, as well as a foreword by Sir Simon Rattle, renowned Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra, this is the must-have book on the makeup of an orchestra and its instruments for children aged 7+.
About the Author
Elisa Paganelli was born in Modena, Italy, and since childhood cannot resist the smell of paper and pencils. She attended the Institute of Art and subsequently graduated from the European Institute of Design (IED) in Turin with a degree in illustration. After working as a graphic designer for a communication agency for a few years, she decided to set up her own art and design studio. Elisa devotes most of her time to her passion for images and words. She thinks of herself as a kind of hermit, immersed in her quiet world of nature and books, accompanied by a cup of tea and her beloved pet-assistants. She now collaborates with publishers and other clients all over the world, and also writes for a newspaper’s lifestyle column.