A Performer's Guide To Music Of The Romantic Period

A Performer's Guide To Music Of The Romantic Period


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Media: Book, CD
Series: A Performer's Guide To Music
Catalogue #: D1940
ISBN: 9781860961946
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A stimulating guide that will help students and teachers achieve stylish performances of music from the Romantic period. Contributors include Sir Roger Norrington, Roy Howat, David Goode and Robert Pascall. Includes a full-length CD of excerpts from authoritative recordings.



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Published on: 03/06/2004
Format: Reference
Length: 124 pages
Language: English
Publisher: ABRSM Publishing
Author: Sir Roger Norrington; Clive Brown; Roy Howat; David Goode; Robin Stowell; David Mason; Robert Pascall; Hugh MacDonald
Editor: Anthony Burton

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