Pune, July 25, 2018: ‘Symphony’, a book that talks about era of western music written by Achyut Godbole, bestselling author and Deepa Deshmukh, well known writer in Marathi language and published by the well-known Manovikas Publication was launched at the hands of Kaushal Inamdar, renowned singer and composer recently in the city.
Along with both the authors, Arvind Patkar and Ashish Patkar, Founder Director, Manovikas Publication, Sanjay Joshi and Madhav Vaishpayan,Director, Kothrud Pustak Peth, etc. were present on the occasion.
While talking about the book, Deepa Deshmukh stated, “Not only one can read the western music history but also can listen to more than 150 symphonies, songs and compositions mentioned in the book. These songs are linked to QR codes which are printed in the book. One can enjoy the songsjust by downloading the application of ‘QR Code Reader’ in your mobile. This QR code is available on both Android and App Store.”
‘Symphony’, written by Achyut Godbole and Deepa Deshmukh is a book about western music. The book highlights the history of western music through different eras viz. the medieval, enlightened, baroque, elite, romantic and contemporary. In addition to this, readers of this book can also enjoy the life saga of legendary composers of western music, their struggle and the songs composed by them.
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