Bach, Beethoven and the Boys: Music History as it Ought to be Taught

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Sound and Vision, 1996 - Music - 146 pages
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BACH, BEETHOVEN AND THE BOYS chronicles the lives of the great (and not-so-great) composers as you've never read them before - exploring their sex lives, exposing their foibles and expanding our knowledge of these remarkable but also human creatures.02

Bach, Beethoven and the Boys chronicles the lives of the great (and not-so-great) composers as you've never read them before - exploring their sex lives, exposing their foibles and expanding our knowledge of these remarkable but also human creatures.

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When I read this book, I laughed aloud-- several times. It tells music history in a way you wouldn't find most other places: as bawdy, absurd, and ironic. From Schumann's love life to Vivaldi's ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

David Barber is a journalist, author, composer and performer who lives and works in Toronto.

Dave Donald works as an art director for a Toronto-based national magazine.

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