Camille Saint-Saens: A Guide to Research

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 28, 2003 - Music - 352 pages
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This monograph offers an overview of the writings about Camille Saint-Saens, his music, and the general period in which he worked. The bibliography includes works that offer differing opinions of the composer and his music. The author covers both the lesser-known writings on Saint-Saens and his music, as well as the most recent examples of scholarship produced at the end of the twentieth century. Hailed by such luminaries as Berlioz, Gounod, Liszt, and Wagner as among the greatest musicians of his time, Saint-Saens will be better appreciated and investigated by present and future scholars with the aid of this comprehensive guide to research.

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