More than 100 selections from the noted musicologist's Essays in Musical Analysis
cover most of the standard works in the symphonic repertory. Subjects include Beethoven's overtures and symphonies, including the author's famous study of the Ninth Symphony; all Brahms's overtures and symphonies; 11 symphonies by Haydn; six by Mozart; three symphonies each by Schubert, Schumann, and Sibelius; four symphonies by Dvoràk; and many other works by composers from Bach to Vaughan Williams.
Donald Francis Tovey's Essays in Musical Analysis
ranks among the English language's most acclaimed works of musical criticism. Praised for their acuteness, common sense, clarity, and wit, they offer entertaining and instructive reading for anyone interested in the classical music repertoire.
Reprint of the Oxford University Press, London, 1981 edition.
|Author/Editor||Donald Francis Tovey|
|Dimensions||5 1/2 x 8 1/2|