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The Ninth

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A decade after the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars had given way to an era of retrenchment and repression, 1824 became a watershed year. This memoir explains how the premiere of Beethoven's staggering last symphony was emblematic of its time.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780571221462
ISBN-10: 0571221467
Pagini: 240
Ilustrații: Illustrations, ports.
Dimensiuni: 127 x 197 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.20 kg
Ediția: Main
Editura: FABER & FABER

Notă biografică

Harvey Sachs is a writer and music historian and the author or co-author of eight previous books, of which there have been more than fifty editions in fifteen languages. He has written for The New Yorker and many other publications, has been a Guggenheim Fellow and a Fellow of the New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, and is currently on the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He lives in New York City.
 

Recenzii

“All music lovers should run, not walk, to purchase The Ninth.”—San Francisco Chronicle

“An inspiring examination of one of music’s supreme masterpieces.”—Pittsburgh Tribune Review

“Insightful . . . Reading this book, you feel for the composer, trying to bond with others through an astonishing symphony.”—The New York Times

“Sachs’ enthusiasm is infectious, his knowledge impressive.”—USA Today
 
“A revelatory ride through a creative time and four symphonic movements.”—The Dallas Morning News
 
“Will send readers to their CD players.”—The Washington Post