A Song in My Heart
Alejandra Stanford is born into a privileged bicultural family in Minneapolis of 1902. Growing up, she and her artistic family experience the intermingling of American, Mexican, and European cultural influences, as well as formidable national events that challenge their lives; yet, Alejandra finds music is the perfect expression of her own artistic inclinations, emotions, and ambitions. As a young pianist and budding composer, she's affected by Minnesota's musical pioneers and resolves to become a symphonic conductor despite the obstacles. When driven, sensible, and independent Alejandra travels to the great cities of the world in pursuit of her dreams, she falls in love with the music and legendary composers and conductors. Along the way, she will meet two men who are her match in ideals and intellect, each with the potential to bring fulfillment in very different ways. Ultimately, it is the passion for music and love which guide, inspire, and determine Alejandra's destiny. History and fiction converge impeccably in this historical novel infused with music, art, and romance, creating a compelling first installment to a trilogy.
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Review: A Song in My HeartUser Review - Roma Calatayud-Stocks - Author - Goodreads
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