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Mozart's Operas (Centennial Books) Paperback – 16 Oct 1992
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"Heartz's style is easy, almost conversational in tone. He has the great gift of being able to describe a complex sequence of shifting tonalities and textures so lucidly that he makes the drama come excitingly alive in purely verbal imagery. . . . A most welcome addition to the classics of the Mozart literature."--Alec Hyatt King, "The Musical Times
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'The book is bursting with perceptive observations of detail that will enrich any sentient reader's understanding of Mozart's musical and dramatic acumen, and that many teachers will be able to use to guide their students through the operas.' --Mary Hunter, 'Notes'See all Product description
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Definitely recommended for the scholar/student/advanced Mozart admirer. Not so much for the casual reader.
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