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Santorella Publications More Colors of Music: Middle School to Adult Coloring Book


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The next book in this exciting series has arrived!  The popularity of coloring books for the middle school aged to adult artist, while relatively recent, has become one of the faster growing recreational activities for artists of all skill levels.  It took the innovation of the publisher you've known for many years, however, to marry the visual arts with music in this never before seen original concept and series, exclusively available from Santorella Publications.

Experience the high quality you've come to expect from Santorella Publications in More Colors of Music, with over 60 musical instruments from around the world depicted with intricate background patterns.  Each image is printed on heavy stock on only one side of the page to avoid bleed-through.  Printed in the larger 9 x 12 size, with Santorella's lay-flat binding, the book is designed to last for years, while each page is perforated for easy removal and coloring.  Every illustration, while a work of art on its own, will become a one-of-a-kind original piece with your personal touch; a work of art truly suitable for framing.

The foreword from, "More Colors of Music."

"The Colors of Music" began the journey.  Artist and musicians experienced a new level of meditative creativity with over 60 familiar musical instruments to color and make their own.  "More Colors of Music" continues this journey with over 60 additional images dedicated to instruments from around the world.  This collection of unusual instruments, both past and present offers an additional cultural context, reminding us how art and music not only enable us to share cultural similarities, but also explore our differences in a way which makes the world a little smaller.

From the dawn of time, coloring has been one of the most basic forms of self-expression and is often the first creative process which many of us experience. Taking an existing image or pattern and making it our own is a uniquely personal experience. We decide which creative implements to use, perhaps crayons, pencils, or markers, and which colors to apply. As we color, we find we are in control of the entire process, limited only by our imagination, and when we are done, we have an artistic embodiment of our own personality, as unique and individual as each of us is to the other.


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