A Companion to Mozart's Piano Concertos

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Oxford University Press, 1948 - Music - 207 pages
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This classic study of Mozart's piano concertos is, in the words of Alfred Einstein, 'full of penetrating remarks not ony about the piano concerto but about Mozart's art in general'. It is here reissued with a new introduction by noted Mozart scholar Cliff Eisen, who, as well as drawing thereader's attention to the virtues of the volume, also examines at the developments in Mozart scholarship since the volume's original publication.

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Arthur Hutchings is the late Professor of Music at the Universities of Durham and Exeter.

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