From Bach to Stravinsky: The History of Music by Its Foremost Critics

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
FOR permission to reprint the various chapters in the present work, acknowledgments are made as follows:
The Periods of Musical History by Daniel Gregory Mason. From the author's Beethoven and His Forerunners, by permission of The Macmillan Company.
The Beginnings of Opera by Carl Engel. By arrangement with the author; hitherto unpublished.
Bach by C. Sanford Terry. From the author's Bach: An Historical Approach, by permission of the Oxford University Press.
Handel by Romain Rolland. From the author's Handel, by permission of the author and of Henry Holt and Co.
Haydn by W. Oliver Strunk. By arrangement with the author; hitherto unpublished.
Mozart by W. J. Turner. From The Heritage of Music, by permission of the Oxford University Press.
Beethoven by C. Hubert H. Parry. From the author's Studies of Great Composers, by permission of George Routledge and Sons, Ltd.
The Romantic Movement by Paul Bekker. From the author's The Story of Music, by permission of W. W. Norton & Co., Inc.
Schubert by C. Hubert H. Parry. From the author's Studies of Great Composers, by permission of George Routledge and Sons, Ltd.
Chopin by J. Cuthbert Hadden. From the author's Chopin, by permission of E. P. Dutton and Co.
Schumann by W. H. Hadow. From the author's Studies in Modern Music, by permission of Seeley, Service, and Co.
Wagner by H. C. Colles. From the author's The Growth of Music, by permission of the Oxford University Press.
Brahms by J. A. Fuller-Maitland. From the author's Brahms, by permission of Methuen and Co.
Russian Musical History in Kaleidoscope by M. Montagu Nathan. From the author's Contemporary Russian Composers, by permission of Cecil Palmer.

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