THE WORLD OF GREAT COMPOSERS

Edited by David Ewen

Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

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The World of Great Composers
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Giovanni Pierluigi Da Palestrina - C . 1525-1594 1
  • The Man - ZoË Kendrick Pyne 2
  • The Composer - Hugo Leichtentritt 4
  • Claudio Monteverdi - 1567-1643 9
  • The Man - David Ewen 9
  • The Composer 11
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau 1683-1764 18
  • The Man Michel-Paul-Guide Chabanon 20
  • Antonio Vivaldi - 1669-1741 25
  • The Man 26
  • Vivaldi Speaks 28
  • Johann Sebastian Bach - 1685 - 1750 34
  • The Man 35
  • Bach Speaks 38
  • George Frideric Handel - 1685-1759 54
  • The Man 55
  • The Composer 58
  • Christoph Willibald Gluck - 1714-1787 74
  • The Man 75
  • Gluck Speaks 77
  • Joseph Haydn - 1732-1809 87
  • The Man 88
  • The Composer 91
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 1756 - 1791 104
  • The Man - Michael Kelly Adolph Heinrich Von Schlichtegroll 106
  • Mozart Speaks 108
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven 1770 - 1827 122
  • The Man 124
  • Beethoven Speaks 127
  • Karl Maria Von Weber - 1786-1826 146
  • The Man 147
  • Weber Speaks 150
  • Franz Schubert - 1797 - 1828 155
  • The Man 156
  • Schubert Speaks 158
  • Hector Berlioz - 1803-1869 179
  • The Man 180
  • Gioacchino Rossini - 1792 - 1868 195
  • The Man 196
  • Rossini Speaks 200
  • Giacomo Meyerbeer - 1791-1864 211
  • The Man - Heinrich Heine 212
  • The Man - Eduard Devrient 220
  • Robert Schumann - 1810-1856 232
  • The Man - Gustav Jansen 233
  • Schumann Speaks 235
  • FrÉDÉRic Chopin - 1810-1849 255
  • The Man 256
  • Chopin Speaks 267
  • CÉsar Franck - 1822-1890 270
  • The Man 271
  • Franck Speaks 274
  • Charles Gounod - 1818-1893 281
  • The Man - Howard Paul 282
  • Gounod Speaks 283
  • Jules Massenet - 1842-1912 290
  • The Man 291
  • The Composer 294
  • Franz Liszt 1811-1886 303
  • The Man 305
  • The Composer 307
  • Richard Wagner 1813-1883 320
  • The Man 322
  • The Composer 327
  • Johannes Brahms - 1833-1897 341
  • The Man 342
  • The Composer 347
  • BedŘIch Smetana - 1824-1884 356
  • The Man 357
  • Antonin DvoŘÁK 1841 - 1904 363
  • The Man 364
  • DvoŘÁK Speaks 366
  • Peter Ilitch Tchaikovsky 1840-1893 373
  • The Man 375
  • Tchaikovsky Speaks 377
  • Modest Mussorgsky - 1839-1891 391
  • The Man 392
  • Mussorgsky Speaks 395
  • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - 1844-1908 400
  • The Man 401
  • Rimsky-Korsakov Speaks 403
  • Edvard Grieg 1843-1907 412
  • The Man 416
  • Giuseppe Verdi - 1813-1901 422
  • The Man 423
  • Verdi Speaks 426
  • Giacomo Puccini - 1858 - 1924 439
  • The Man 440
  • Anton Bruckner - 1824-1896 450
  • The Man 451
  • Bruckner Speaks 453
  • Gustav Mahler - 1860-1911 459
  • The Man 460
  • Mahler Speaks 463
  • Hugo Wolf - 1860-1903 473
  • The Man 474
  • Camille Saint-SaËns - 1835-1921 483
  • Saint-SaËns Speaks 485
  • Claude Debussy - 1862 - 1918 505
  • Appendices 509
  • Index 567
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