On Mozart: A Paean for Wolfgang
On the bicentennial of Mozart's death, a magnificent tribute by serious musician, published composer, and author of A Clockwork Orange. With originality, Burgess clears away the cobwebs surrounding the Mozart legend to shed new light on the man and his music and discusses Mozart's place in an age already defined by Haydn.
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Burgess, the acclaimed author of such works as A Clockwork Orange ( LJ 2/15/63), puts his considerable writing talents to work conjuring up vivid images in prose and poetry, all revolving around his ... Read full review
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