Tchaikovsky: the quest for the inner man

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Schirmer Books, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 679 pages
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A biography of the Russian composer, focusing on his private life, in an exploration of the inner man

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TCHAIKOVSKY: The Quest for the Inner Man

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Instead of Tchaikovsky's music, Russian ĒmigrĒ Poznansky, a librarian at Yale, here emphasizes ``the man who wrote the music.'' Without the music, though, Tchaikovsky's life seems to have little point ... Read full review

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Poznansky, a Soviet emigre and librarian at Yale University, has amassed an impressive quantity of primary evidence--much of it in the form of letters and diary entries--that documents myriad details ... Read full review


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Alexander Poznansky is Librarian at the Slavic and East European Collection, Yale University Library. He is the author of Tchaikovsky: The Quest for the Inner Man.

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