DESCRIPTION: Entertainment, Music, Native, Reference
..RELEASED: 7/27/09, VERSION: 1.1.0 -- RATING: 4-1/2 Stars..
Everybody enjoys one genre of music or another. But how much do you really know about the forces that shaped music history and all those brilliant composers and artists that were before our time? A Day in Music History is an eye opener and a great music teacher! You will learn about classical composers such as Mozart and Beethoven and continue on through time till the Beatles, the Doors, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and all the great Rock and Roll artists of the 60's and up. The music history continues through current times with Madonna, Britney Spears and the infamous pop culture of nowadays. In fact, there are over 6,000 music facts which continue to grow as the app updates. You will be amazed at how much you will learn from A Day in Music History, and you can pass on this new found knowledge to family and friends.
"Plunge yourself into the captivating history of music and show biz. Every day you will find tons of new info about remarkable events that happened this same day different years ago. You can also pick any other day among 365 days of the year. Thousands of facts about the most celebrated people and events in the history of music from the 19th century until these present days."
--OS and Age Rating: This app requires OS 2.0 or later. OS 3.0 Tested. Rated 12+ for Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References.
--Tip: No internet connection required after download.
--Developer: MacPhun LLC
A DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY
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