The Organist's Bookshelf

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The Organist's Bookshelf


The Artist as Citizen, Joseph Polisi. Pompton Plains, N.J.: Amadeus Press, 2005. xiv, 178 pp. ISBN 1-57467-103-0. Available from .

The Black Mozart: Le Chevalier de SaintGeorges, Walter E. Smith. Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse, 2004. xii, 222 pp. ISBN 1-4184-0796-8.

Counterpoint: A Species Approach Based on Schenker's Counterpoint, Henry Martin. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2005. xix, 127 pp. ISBN 0-8108-5409-0.

Decoding Wagner: An Invitation to His World of Music Drama, Thomas May. Pompton Plains, N.J.: Amadeus Press, 2004. xii, 220 pp. + 2 CDs. ISBN 1-57467-097-2. Available from .

Dimitri Shostakovich: A Life in Film, John Riley. London: New York: I.E. Tauris, 2005. 150 pp. ISBN 1-8504-3709-2.

The Early Symphony: 18th-century Views on Composition and Analysis, Marie Louise Martinez-Göllner. Hildesheim; New York: G. Olms, 2004 (Studien zur Geschichte der Musiktheorie, Bd. 5). xii, 165 pp. ISBN 3-487-12673-7.

Eight Centuries of Troubadours and Trouvères: The Changing Identity of Medieval Music, John Dickinson Haines. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004 (Musical Performance and Reception), xii, 347 pp. ISBN 0-521-82672-1.

For the Enrichment of Community Life: George Eastman and the Founding of the Eastman School of Music, Vincent Lenti. Rochester, N.Y.: Meliora Press, 2004. xvi, 282 pp. ISBN 1-5804-6169-7.

Glorious Things: My Hymns for Life, Sally Magnusson. London; New York: Continuum, 2004. x, 123 pp. ISBN 0-8264-7417-9.

Gustav Mahler: A Life in Crisis, Stuart Feder. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2004. viii, 353 pp. ISBN 0-300-103409.

Ives and Copland: A Listener's Guide, Daniel Felsenfeld. Pompton Plains, N.J.: Amadous Press, 2004. x, 156 pp. + CD. ISBN 1-57467-098-0. Available from .

J.S. Bach's Major Works for Voices and Instruments: A Listener's Guide, Melvin P. Unger. Lanham, Md. …

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