The NPR Guide to Building A Classical CD Collection

The NPR Guide to Building A Classical CD Collection

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Workman Press.
Berlioz. Vaughan Williams. Schubert and Schumann. Mozart after the Jupiter Symphony, Bach beyond the Brandenburg Concertos, opera after The Magic Flute. In his informed and indispensible guide with over 157,000 copies in print, National Public Radio's Ted Libbey takes listeners by the hand through the classical repertory to build a music library. For the second edition, with five years of new performances to consider, five years of new releases to review, and five years of reissues to re-evaluate-the author has completely revised and updated the book.

While sticking to the essential 300 works, there are now one-third new selections and reviews, and a 50% change in discography to keep all suggested CDs up to date.The NPR Guide tp Building a Classical CD Collection will make every music lover's core collection complete.



Baker & Taylor
An update and revised guide by the host of National Public Radio's Performance Today recommends the best recordings of the three hundred most important classical works, and provides background information on each composer. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

Recommends the best recordings of the three hundred most important classical works, and provides background information on each composer

Publisher: New York : Workman, 1999
Edition: 2nd ed., rev. and updated
ISBN: 9780761104872
0761104879
Branch Call Number: ML156.9 .L5 1999
016.780266 L614n 1999
Characteristics: xvii, 536 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: National Public Radio (U.S.)

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