A musician at large.

Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1970] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PN511 .R351 no.770 Off-site
Subjects Music.
Description vii, 247 p. illus., music, ports. 23 cm.
Notes Reprinted from the 1928 ed.
Contents Guides to the opera.--Shakespeare's use of music.--Humour in music.--Four-handed adventures.--Musical journalism a hundred years ago.--Hearing with the eye.--Short cuts and royal roads.--Robbery and violence.--Kings and queens, assorted.--Beethoven, portraits and perversions.--Beethoven's mental powers.--Beethoven as a letter-writer.--Brows, high and low.--Art, aristocratic or popular?--Jingle at the ballet.--On paper.--Spirit or letter?--Our exclusives.--Cliche and commonplace.--Why not plain English?--Actions and reactions.--Music and tears.--A defence of opera.--Musical criticism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00067243
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