Classical Music

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  1. Book ImageAnthology of Baroque Music

    John Walter Hill

    The Anthology of Baroque Music contains 130 carefully selected scores for the compositions highlighted in Baroque Music.More

  2. Book ImageAnthology of Classical Music

    Philip G. Downs

    For this carefully selected anthology, the author of Classical Music has chosen representative works from the eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries. All seventy-six selections--complete pieces, movements, or integral sections--are discussed at length in the companion text.More

  3. Book ImageAnthology of Medieval Music

    Richard H. Hoppin

    This anthology is designed to accompany Medieval Music, the initial offering in the Norton Introduction to Music History series. It will also undoubtedly provide a welcome addition to the heretofore severely limited repertoire of medieval pieces available in contemporary notation.More

  4. Book ImageAnthology of Renaissance Music

    Allan W. Atlas

    In this carefully selected anthology—the author of Renaissance Music presents full scores for all the music highlighted in the companion text—a total of 102 works of complete movements by some 75 composers.More

  5. Book ImageAnthology of Romantic Music

    Leon Plantinga

    This anthology is designed to accompany Romantic Music, the second offering in the Norton Introduction to Music History series. It will serve as a score resource for all the works discussed in depth in that volume, and will also be valuable independently as a well-balanced collection for students of nineteenth-century music.More

  6. Book ImageAnthology of Twentieth-Century Music

    Robert P. Morgan

    Designed to accompany and supplement the author's survey, Twentieth-Century Music: A History of Musical Style in Modern Europe and America, this selection of 29 works or groups of works by 24 composers covers a time span from 1903 to 1983.More

  7. Book ImageBaroque Music: Music in Western Europe, 1580–1750

    John Walter Hill

    John Walter Hill’s highly anticipated text presents a broad survey of the music of Western Europe from 1580 to 1750.More

  8. Book ImageBaroque Music: Style and Performance: A Handbook

    Robert Donington

    The fruit of a lifetime's research into baroque performing practice.More

  9. Book ImageBartok Remembered

    Malcolm Gillies

    In Bartók Remembered, Malcolm Gillies has brought us closer to this man through a collection of memoirs written by those who knew him best. The volume contains nearly one hundred recollections of Bartók, from his mother’s memories of his early years in provincial Hungary, to assorted reminiscences of his last years in New York.More

  10. Book ImageBeethoven on Beethoven: Playing His Piano Music His Way

    William S. Newman

    “’Must’ reading for any pianist concerned with Beethoven’s music, which is to say almost every pianist alive.” —William Rothstein, Musical TimesMore

  11. Book ImageThe Beethoven Quartets

    Joseph Kerman

    A critical study of the structure, style, and significance of the sixteen string quartets.More

  12. Book ImageBeethoven's Concertos: History, Style, Performance

    Leon Plantinga

    “A winning combination of scholarship and intuition—and an unparalleled guide to understanding and performing these works.” —Emanuel AxMore

  13. Book ImageBeethoven's Symphonies: An Artistic Vision

    Lewis Lockwood

    “[Beethoven’s] music never grows old— and, enjoyed alongside Mr. Lockwood’s expert commentary, it sparkles with fresh magic.”—Wall Street JournalMore

  14. Book ImageBeethoven: The Music and the Life

    Lewis Lockwood

    An authoritative work offering a fresh look at Beethoven’s life, career, and milieu. “Magisterial” —New York Review of Books.More

  15. Book ImageThe Birth of an Opera: Fifteen Masterpieces from Poppea to Wozzeck

    Michael Rose

    The Birth of an Opera offers illuminating insight into how operas are written and the personalities, incidents, and musical circumstances that have shaped their composition.More

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