Mozart, His Character, His Work

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Oxford University Press, 1962 - Biography & Autobiography - 492 pages
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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 facts about his relationship with his family, his susceptibility to ambitious women, and his associations with musical contemporaries, as well as offering a penetrating analysis of his operas, piano music, chamber music, and symphonies.

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Review: Mozart: His Character, His Work (Galaxy Books)

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This book is neither a simple biography of Mozart, nor an intensive analysis of his music. It's a little bit of both. The first parts of the book, in which the author discusses Mozart the person and ... Read full review

Review: Mozart: His Character, His Work (Galaxy Books)

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

the first 100 or so pages is an excellent account of the the care and fostering given to the boy genius. you learn the basics of his life and how freakin good he is. the rest of the book is an ... Read full review

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The Mozart Project: Mozart, His Character, His Work
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The late Alfred Einstein was a reknowned music historian and critic.

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