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  • Musical Visitors to Britainby Peter Gordon

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 61.95

    Britain has attracted many musical visitors to its shores. A varied and often eccentric collection of individuals, some were invited by royalty with musical tastes, some were refugees from religious or political oppression, some were spies, and others came to escape debt or even charges of murder. This book paints a broad picture of the changing... more...

  • Hermeneutics and Music Criticismby Roger W. H. Savage

    Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 49.95

    Hermeneutics and Music Criticism forges new perspectives on aesthetics, politics and contemporary interpretive strategies. By advancing new insights into the roles judgment and imagination play both in our experiences of music and its critical interpretation, this book reevaluates our current understandings of music's transformative power. The... more...

  • Music of the Twentieth-Century Avant-Garde: A Biocritical Sourcebookby Larry Sitsky

    ABC-CLIO 2002; US$ 105.00

    Presenting a view of the 20th-century music avant-garde without resorting to highly specialized jargon, this work offers an exhaustive history and analysis of contemporary music in a social, political, and artistic context. Distinguished contributors from around the world consider specific composers who represent the most progressive musical thinking... more...

  • The World's Great Men Of Musicby Harriette Brower

    Andrews UK 2010; US$ 6.99

    This excellent ebook introduces the reader to a wide range of the world's greatest composers, including interesting facts about not only their musical styles but the men themselves. This edition has been specially formatted for today's e-readers, and will appeal to all those looking for a fascinating read about the history of classical music. more...

  • Minor Ballet Composersby William E Studwell; Bruce R Schueneman

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 47.95

    While most music lovers are familiar with the famous scores of Tchaikovsky, Delibes, and Stravinsky, many other lesser-known composers also wrote for the ballet. Several of these composers wrote almost exclusively for the ballet--and all enriched the world of dance. Minor Ballet Composers presents biographical sketches of 66 underappreciated ballet... more...

  • Women Composers of Classical Musicby Mary F. McVicker

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2011; US$ 45.00

    As early as the 1500s, a surprising number of women have composed classical music. Many were successful, finding venues for both publishing and performing their music; others found the social barriers for women impossible to overcome. This book provides access to these composers, both well known and obscure. Arranged chronologically by era, the profiles... more...

  • The Lives and Times of the Great Composersby Michael Steen

    Icon Books 2011; US$ 11.65

    Explore the life of Bach, the respectable burgher much of whose vast output was composed amidst petty turf disputes in Lutheran Leipzig; the ugly, argumentative Beethoven in French-occupied Vienna, obsessed by his laundry; Mozart, the over-exploited infant prodigy whose untimely death was shrouded in rumour. Steen gives us the story of Verdi, who... more...

  • Great Italian and French Composersby George Ferris

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 2.99

    A fascinating look at several famous composers from Italy and France, including Rossini, Verdi, Berlioz and Cherubini. more...

  • Voices in the Wildernessby Walter Simmons

    Scarecrow Press 2006; US$ 46.99

    Despite the Modernist search for new and innovative aesthetics and rejection of traditional tonality, several twentieth century composers have found their own voice while steadfastly relying on the aesthetics and techniques of Romanticism and 19th century composition principles. Musicological and reference texts have regarded these composers as isolated... more...

  • Three Questions for Sixty-Five Composersby Bálint András Varga

    Boydell & Brewer Group Ltd 2015; US$ 34.99

    Do today's composers draw inspiration from life experiences or from, say, the natural world? What influences, past and present, have influenced recent composers? How essential is it for a composer to develop a personal style, and when does this degenerate into self-repetition? These are questions about which some of the most important composers of... more...