Alfred Einstein - 1962 - 492 Seiten
Written by one of the world's outstanding music historians and critics, the late Alfred Einstein, this classic study of Mozart's character and works brings to light many new ...
Jeremy Siepmann - 2006 - 208 Seiten
Presents a biography of the eighteenth-century Austrian composer along with sound discs that contain some of his greatest works.
Nicholas Till - 1995 - 371 Seiten
In this fascinating study of Mozart's operas, Nicholas Till shows that the composer was not a "divine idiot" but an artist whose work was informed by the ideas and discoveries ...
Nicholas Kenyon - 2006 - 390 Seiten
"One of the newest and most recommendable Mozart books.... Written in a beautifully lucid and enthusiastic style."—The Independent on Sunday
Graham Greene - 1994 - 738 Seiten
Gathers Greene's film writings, and offers a brief introduction to the role of motion pictures in his life and career