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The Romantic Piano

By Nancy Bachus
  • Book ID : 0739042971
  • Publisher : Alfred Music Publishing
  • Pages : 128
  • Genre : Music
  • Reads : 457
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Book Summary:

Summarizes the influence of society, style, and musical trends on the great piano composers from of the Romantic era, 1790-1910. Includes historical paintings, famous quotations, information about thirteen great composers, full-length piano solos, and 2 CDs of motivating solo piano performances played by concert pianist Daniel Glover.

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