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Chopin: A Listener's Guide to The Master of the Piano.

Chopin: A Listener's Guide to The Master of the Piano

Victor Lederer

Amadeus Press

c/o Limelight Editions

512 Newark Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444

1574671480 $22.95

Pair a full-length classical cd from the classical music publisher Naxos with a book surveying Chopin's biography and influences and you have the perfect introduction to Chopin--and a pick recommended not just for public library holdings, but for schools seeking to introduce students to Chopin. Descriptions of his works, styles, and diversity come from a New York-based critical music writer whose addition to the 'Unlocking the Masters' series provides newcomers with a most accessible way of understanding Chopin's music.
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Date:Feb 1, 2007
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