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Verdi's Don Carlo (Opera Journeys Mini Guide Series)
Opera Journeys Publishing (2006)
US$9.75

A comprehensive guide to Verdi's DON CARLO, featuring Principal Characters in the opera, Brief Story...

The Cambridge Companion to Schoenberg
Cambridge University Press (2010)
US$26.00

A reader-friendly, comprehensive, and innovative single volume introduction to Schoenberg's life,...

The Cambridge Companion to Richard Strauss
Cambridge University Press (2010)
US$26.00

Summarizing the recent resurgence of scholarly interest in Strauss, this volume focuses on genres,...

The Cambridge Companion to Wagner
Cambridge University Press (2008)
US$28.00

Leading specialists explore a wide range of topics and issues surrounding the influential and...

The Story of Giuseppe Verdi: Oberto to Un Ballo in Maschera

The Story of Giuseppe Verdi

Oberto to Un Ballo in Maschera

Cambridge University Press (1980)
US$29.00

A translation of Baldini's acclaimed study of verdi's operatic masterpieces, with new editorial...

Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex
Cambridge University Press (1993)
US$34.00

This clear and concise guide is the first ever to be written on this work and it describes the music...

Berlioz: Roméo et Juliette
Cambridge University Press (1994)
US$34.00

This book examines the complex genesis of Berlioz's Roméo et Juliette as well as the music itself.

Gustav Mahler's Symphonic Landscapes
Cambridge University Press (2015)
US$22.00

Thomas Peattie considers the theatrical dimension of Mahler's reinvention of the symphony at the...

Wagner and the Romantic Hero
Cambridge University Press (2004)
US$38.00

Simon Williams addresses one of the most controversial aspects of Wagner's work, heroes and the...

Britten's Unquiet Pasts: Sound and Memory in Postwar Reconstruction

Britten's Unquiet Pasts

Sound and Memory in Postwar Reconstruction

Cambridge University Press (2012)
US$29.00

Heather Wiebe's book looks to the music of Benjamin Britten to elucidate a British postwar vision of...