by André GideAn inspiring discourse on the power of music from one of the twentieth century s most important figures, Andre Gide Andre Gide, one of the great intellectuals of the twentieth century and a devoted pianist, invites readers to reevaluate Frederic Chopin as a composer betrayed . . . deeply, intimately, totally violated by a music community that had fundamentally misinterpreted his work. As a profound admirer of Chopin s promenade of discoveries, Gide intersperses musical notation throughout the text to illuminate his arguments, but most moving is Gide s own poetic expression for the music he so loved.
|Title||Notes on Chopin|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||6 Mb|
|Book rating||4.08 (40 votes)