Composers' houses

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The Vendome Press, 1998 - Architecture - 200 pages
"Composers' Houses" that takes us around the world from Mozart's home in Salzburg to Chopin's in Nohant, where he conducted a passionate affair with Georges Sand. Here are the astonishing houses of great operatic composers. The author, Gerard Gefen, links the composers' houses, work and life in a beautiful, all-color book that was years in the making. It will delight all classic music lovers and fascinate anybody touched by the miracle of artistic creation.

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In this delightful sequel to Writers' Houses (Vendome, 1995), G fen, who has authored several music biographical and historical works, richly describes the homes or haunts of some 23 composers. His ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Wolfgang Amadeus
15
Franz
25
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Gefen is a musicologist, writer, record producer, and world traveler.