Classical Music For Dummies: 2nd Edition 2nd Edition, David Pogue
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Classical Music For Dummies: 2nd Edition

Author: David Pogue, Scott Speck

Narrator: Paul Heitsch

Unabridged: 11 hr 40 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Tantor Audio

Published: 07/16/2019

Genre: Music - Genres & Styles - Classical


Haydn, Tchaikovsky, and Brahms, oh, my! The beginner's guide to classical music. Classical Music For Dummies is a friendly, funny, easy-to-understand guide to composers, instruments, orchestras, concerts, recordings, and more. Classical music is widely considered one of the pinnacles of human achievement, and this informative guide will shows you just how beautiful and rewarding it can be. You'll learn how Bach is different from Beethoven, how Mozart is different still, and why not all "classical" music is actually Classical if it's really Baroque or Romantic. You'll be introduced to the composers and their work, and discover the groundbreaking pieces that shake the world every time they're played. Begin building your classical music library with the essential recordings that define orchestral, choral, and operatic beauty as you get acquainted with the orchestras and musicians that bring the composers to life. Whether you want to play classical music or just learn more about it, Classical Music For Dummies will teach you everything you need to know to get the most out of this increasingly popular genre.


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