Chopin: a new biography

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1980 - Music - 374 pages
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Review: Chopin: A New Biography

User Review  - Douglas Larson - Goodreads

Well I have mixed feelings about it. Author Zamoyski has researched his subject well and he portrays Chopin and those around him clearly. At various points in the biography Zamoyski relates common ... Read full review

Review: Chopin: A New Biography

User Review  - Dylan Treger - Goodreads

This book is tedious to read and provides over excess details of Chopin's life, but it also provides the most complete description, analysis, and documentation of the composer's life. Worked great for my research paper. Read full review

Contents

Childhood
1
School Years
19
The Warsaw Conservatoire
31
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Adam Zamoyski was born in New York, was educated at Oxford, & lives in London. His other books include biographies of Chopin & Paderewski & a history of Poland.

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