Classical Music

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  1. Book ImageThe Compleat Mozart: A Guide to the Musical Works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    William Cowdery, Neal Zaslaw

    A Guide to the musical works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.More

  2. Book ImageTwentieth-Century Music: A History of Musical Style in Modern Europe and America

    Robert P. Morgan

    Twentieth Century Music is the third volume to appear in this series.More

  3. Book ImageDido and Aeneas: An Opera

    Henry Purcell, Curtis Price

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

  4. Book ImagePrelude and Transfiguration from Tristan and Isolde

    Richard Wagner, Robert Bailey

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.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 ImageRomantic Music: A History of Musical Style in Nineteenth-Century Europe

    Leon Plantinga

    In this volume of the Norton Introduction to Music History series, Leon Plantinga explores the origins of Romanticism, leading the reader through the maze of genres and genuses that proliferated during the turbulent nineteenth century.More

  7. Book ImageThe Metropolitan Opera: Stories of the Great Operas

    John W. Freeman, James Levine, Peter Allen

    Volume(s): 1

    Whether for quick, pre-performance reference or an evening of browsing through favorite stories, this volume is an invaluable addition to every opera-lover's library.More

  8. Book ImageThe Sonata in the Classic Era

    William S. Newman

    Third Edition

    "The Sonata in the Classic Era is one of the great achievements of modern musicology. . . .I cannot recall any book in recent years that can equal it for its erudition, its strictly scientific method, and its amazing completeness. It will stand for many years to come as the unsurpassed text on its subject at all universities of the old and the new world." —Denes Bartha, University of PittsburghMore

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

    Robert Donington

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

  10. Book ImageThe New College Encyclopedia of Music

    J. A. Westrup

    Second Edition

    Thousands of entries and hundreds of illustrations cover musical works, instruments, composers, performers, technical terms, critics, scholars, and other subjects.More

  11. Book ImageHaydn Studies: Proceedings of the International Haydn Conference, Washington, D.C., 1975

    Jens Peter Larsen, Howard Serwer, James Webster

    This collection of Haydn studies is the meticulously edited result of the activities of the International Haydn Conference in Washington, D.C. in October of 1975.More

  12. Book ImageThe Beethoven Quartets

    Joseph Kerman

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

  13. Book ImageMedieval Music

    Richard H. Hoppin

    Medieval Music by Richard H. Hoppin surveys the history and development of music in the Western world from its roots in early Christian liturgy up to the initial glimmerings of the Renaissance in the fifteenth century.More

  14. 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

  15. Book ImageSeven Verdi Librettos

    Giuseppe Verdi, William Weaver

    Verdi, like most great opera composers, attached supreme importance to the words he was setting to music.More

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