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"One of the newest and most recommendable Mozart books.... Written in a beautifully lucid and enthusiastic style."The Independent on Sunday
To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth, an easy-to-use guide to Mozart's life and music, including: symphonies, concertos, operas, a seventy-five-page biography, and a poignant assessment of what the composer means to us today.
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About the Author
Nicholas Kenyon has been Director of Classical Music at the BBC since
1996. He was a music critic for The New Yorker, The Observer, and The
Times [London], and is the author of the influential Authenticity and
Early Music. A board member of the English National Opera and the
Guildhall School of Music, Nicholas was appointed a CBE in 2001.