From Bach to Stravinsky : the history of music by its foremost critics / edited by David Ewen
- Ewen, David, 1907-1985
- New York : W. W. Norton & company, inc., 
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- xii,357 pages ; 25 cm
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- The periods of musical history, by D. G. Mason -- The beginnings of opera, by Carl Engel -- Bach, by C. S. Terry -- Handel, by Romain Rolland -- Haydn, by W. O. Strunk -- Mozart, by W. J. Turner -- Beethoven, by C. H. H. Parry -- The romantic movement, by Paul Bekker -- Schunbert, by C. H. H. Parry -- Chopin, by J. C. Hadden -- Schumann, by W. H. Hadow -- Wagner, by H. C. Colles -- Brahms, by J. A. Fuller-Maitland -- Russian musical history in kaleidoscope, by M. M. Nathan -- Tchaikovsky, by R. A. Streatfeild -- Franck, by Leland Hall -- Debussy and Ravel, by Paul Rosenfeld -- Late romanticism and modern trends, by Paul Bekker -- Stravinsky, by Leonid Sabeneyeff -- Harking back and looking forward, by Carl Engel.
- "The history of music from the eighteenth century to the present day with the emphasis on the composers themselves, their works, their lives, their personalities."--Introd.
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