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BIBLIOGRAPHY TO CHAPTER. XII

GENERAL

Grove, G. A Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 5th ed., ed. Blom, London, 1954 (The 4th edition will also serve)

Oxford History of Music. London, 1905. (A new edition is to be published shortly.)

Moser, H. J. Geschichte der Deutschen Musik. Berlin, 1924

Young, Percy M. A Critical Dictionary of Composers and Their Music. London, 1954

The Music Masters. 4 vols., ed. Bacharach. London, 1954

Lambert, C. Music Ho! Pelican Books. London, 1948

Schuh, W. Schweizer Musik der Gegenwart. Zurich, 1948


GENRES

The Symphony. Ed. Hill. Pelican Books. London, 1949

The Concerto. Ed. Hill. Pelican Books. London, 1952

Cyclopaedic Survey of Chamber Music. Ed. Cobbett. London, 1929

Kobbé, G. The Complete Opera Book. Ed. Harewood. London, 1954

Bekker, P. The Changing Opera. London, 1935

Dent, E. J. Opera. Pelican Books. London, 1949


INDIVIDUAL COMPOSERS

BACH:

Schweitzer, A. J. S. Bach. 2 vols. London, 1911

Spitta, Ph. Johann Sebastian Bach. 3 vols. London, 1899

Terry, C. S. Bach -- A Biography. London, 1928

David, H. J. and Mendel, A. The Bach Reader. A Life of Johann Sebastian Bach in Letters and Documents. London, 1946

Mann, W. Introduction to the Music of Bach. London, 1950

BEETHOVEN:

Thayer, A. W. The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven. 3 vols. London, 1921

Bekker, P. Beethoven. London, 1925

Riezler, W. Beethoven. London, 1938

Scott, M. Beethoven. London, 1934. (The Master Musicians Series)

Tovey, D. F. Beethoven. London, 1945

Sullivan, J. W. N. Beethoven. Pelican Books. London, 1949

BERG:

Reich, W. Alban Berg. Vienna, 1937

Leibowitz, R. Schoenberg and His School. New York, 1949

Carner, M. Alban Berg, in The Concerto. Ed. Hill. Pelican Books. London, 1952

BRAHMS:

Kahlbeck, M. Johannes Brahms. 4 vols. Berlin, 1904-15

Specht, R. Brahms. London, 1930

Geiringer, K. Johannes Brahms. London, 1936

Latham, P. Brahms. London, 1948. (The Master Musicians Series)

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