Hello! I would really appreciate some help from people on this board. My daughter is very musical (piano Grade 6, Violin Grade 3 and just started flute), but unfortunately she comes from a totally non-musical family. I don't even own a machine to play music on! I would like to buy her something that would take her through the history of Western classical music (along the lines of Sister Wendy Beckett's history of Western Art).
Is there something like this available that I could get for her to compensate her for the woeful lack of music in her environment?
Many thanks in advance.
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