Classical Music

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  1. Book ImagePrelude to "The Afternoon of a Faun"

    Claude Debussy, William W. Austin

    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

  2. Book ImagePiano Concerto in C Major, K. 503

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Kerman

    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

  3. Book ImageThe Essence of Opera

    Ulrich Weisstein

    The process of operatic creation revealed in original writings by librettists and composers from 1600 to the present.More

  4. Book ImageCantata No. 4

    Johann Sebastian Bach, Gerhard Herz

    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 ImagePetrushka

    Igor Stravinsky, Charles Hamm

    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

  6. Book ImageSymphony in G Minor, K. 550

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Nathan Broder

    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

  7. Book ImageThe Orchestra

    Paul Bekker

    Orchestral music is the most popular of all musical forms. Highly evolved, it also exhibits special characteristics according to time and place. This book tells the story of the different generations of orchestral types, from the beginnings of the classical orchestra of Haydn to the mechanistic orchestra of Stravinsky and Schoenberg.More

  8. Book ImageEssays on Music

    Alfred Einstein, Paul Henry Lang

    Alfred Einstein in Essays on Music brings his far-ranging scholarship, his writing abilities, and his wit and humor to bear on a variety of musical subjects, such as the mortality of opera, early concert life, words and music, Strauss and Hoffmansthal, Wagner and Ludwig II, Opus I and Opus Ultimum of many famous composers, together with a series of essays on Mozart. With his sharp eye for problems and an uncanny instinct for their solutions, Dr. Einstein has here made not only significant additions to musical letters, but also enjoyable and rewarding reading for the music lover.More

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