Thu, 4 June 2015
Carol Montparker, author of The Composer's Landscape: The Pianist as Explorer — Interpreting the Scores of Eight Masters, chats with Rachel Katz of A Tempo WWFM about her book!
About the Book
Carol Montparker (Huntington, NY) is an acclaimed author and pianist, is a Steinway Artist and an active recitalist and lecturer. Among her other books are The Blue Piano and Other Stories, A Pianist's Landscape, and Polly and the Piano, all available from Amadeus Press. Montparker's career in music journalism includes 15 years as senior editor of Clavier magazine and pieces in the New York Times, Newsday, and many other publications.
A Tempo with Rachel Katz: A Tempo is a 30-minute public affairs program devoted to issues, challenges and opportunities facing the performing arts. The show examines the impact of the economy, technology, and social and cultural changes on musicians, ensembles, venues and other organizations involved with the arts. For more information, click here.
About this Podcast
Amadeus Press offers a full line of books on classical music and opera. Our mission is to publish books that appeal to the wide audience of discerning music lovers while also maintaining the highest scholarly integrity. Through series such as Unlocking the Masters, Amadeus brings the joy and beauty of the world's greatest composers to the largest possible audience.
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