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‘A fascinating musicological study and a warm and revealing human portrait’. -- Michael Kerrigan, The Scotsman, 5 April 2003

‘This is an enormously detailed study, rich with cross-references and assessments’. -- Christopher Breunig, Hi-Fi News, May 2003

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David Nice is a writer, broadcaster, and lecturer on music, and author of books on Elgar, Tchaikovsky and Richard Strauss.

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All happy families resemble one another, Tolstoy tells us; and well-to-do happy families in the Russian countryside before the Revolution, so countless emigre accounts would have us believe, were no exception. Read the first page
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