The Life of Mozart
Cambridge University Press, 1998/04/28 - 171 ページ
Mozart was not only an extraordinary musical genius but a man who lived through the great change from the old society to the modern one in which we still live. He was himself one of the 'new men' of the age; his music gives voice to anxieties and consolations that are still ours. This biography sets Mozart's life within the history of an age plunging into revolution and European war. It probes his crucial relationships with his father, his wife and his employer, but avoids guesswork. It studies in depth though in non-technical language characteristic examples of his music and asks what they can tell us about their author and ourselves.
レビュー - レビューを書く
Review: The Life of Mozart (Musical Lives)ユーザー レビュー - Carol - Goodreads
I read this book mostly to brush up on Mozart's biography, and it was pretty much the perfect book with which to do so. I particularly liked the way in which Roselli debunked various myths about ... レビュー全文を読む