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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Publisher's Preface vii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Introduction xv
  • Johann Sebastian Bach - 1685-1750 1
  • Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach - 1714-1788 28
  • Béla Bartók - 1881-1945 31
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven - 1770-1827 35
  • Hector Berlioz - 1803-1869 73
  • Ernest Bloch - 1880 79
  • Luigi Boccherini - 1743-1805 85
  • Johannes Brahms - 1833-1897 88
  • Max Bruch - 1838-1920 115
  • Ernest Chausson - 1855-1899 121
  • Frédric Chopin - 1810-1849. 127
  • Arcangelo Corelli - 1653-1713 134
  • Ernst Von Dohnányi - 1877. 138
  • Antonín Dvořák - 1841-1904 141
  • Sir Edward Elgar - 1857-1934 147
  • Manuel De Falla - 1876-1946 155
  • William Felton - 1713-1769 159
  • Jean Françaix - 1912- 161
  • César Franck - 1822-1890 162
  • George Gershwin - 1898-1937 165
  • Alexander Glazunov - 1865-1936 168
  • Edvard Grieg - 1843-1907 171
  • Louis Gruenberg - 1884- 177
  • George Frederick Handel - 1685-1759 179
  • Franz Josef Haydn - 1732-1809 188
  • Paul Hindemith - 1895 191
  • Arthur Honewer - 1892- 197
  • Jacques Ibert - 1890- 198
  • Aram Khachaturian - 1903- 202
  • Fritz Kreisler - 1875- 204
  • Franz Liszt - 1811-1886 209
  • Edward Macdowell - 1861-1908 220
  • Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - 1809-1847 222
  • Wolfgang Amadeas Mozart - 1756-1791 232
  • Nicolò Paganini - 1782-1840 325
  • Serge Prokofiev - 1891 330
  • Sergei Rachmaninoff - 1873-1943 341
  • Maurice Ravel 1875-1937 360
  • Charles Camille Saint-Saëns - 1835-1921 363
  • Robert Schumann - 1810-1856 367
  • Jean Sibelius - 1865- 382
  • Ludwig Spohr - 1784-1859 386
  • Igor Stravinsky - 1882- 390
  • Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky - 1840-1893 394
  • Henri Vieuxtemps - 1820-1881 407
  • Antonio Vivaldi - C. 1675-1743 410
  • William Walton - 1902- 414
  • Carl Maria Von Weber - 1786-1826 420
  • Henri Wieniawski - 1835-1880 422
  • Glossary 425
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