Wed, 23 May 2012
Unlock the mastery of Beethoven! Victor Lederer, author of Beethoven's Chamber Music: A Listener's Guide, joins Robert Levine, series editor of Amadeus Press' Unlocking the Masters series to take you above and beyond the book to discuss how to become a lover of chamber music, Beethoven's humorous movements, and how Beethoven's experiences affected (or did not affect) his music.
About the Book
Victor Lederer has written Beethoven's Chamber Music: A Listener's Guide as his fifth book for Amadeus Press's Unlocking the Masters series. Lederer's previous titles include studies of Beethoven's piano music and Bach's works for keyboard, as well as overviews of the music of Debussy and Chopin.
Robert Levine is an internationally known music writer whose work has appeared in dozens of publications. He is senior editor of ClassicsToday.com and a regular contributor to Stereophile, Opera Now, International Record Review, Listen, and other periodicals. He is the author of several books on classical music as well as Maria Callas: A Musical Biography.
The Unlocking the Masters series now features 24 titles. The reader-friendly language and size bring the reader quickly and easily into the world of the greastest composers and their music. The accompanying CD tracks are taken from the world's greatest libraries of recorded classics. Together, they bring the music to life.
About this Podcast
Amadeus Press is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. Amadeus offers a full line of books, books with CDs, and DVDs on classical music and opera. Its mission is to publish books that appeal to a wide audience of discerning music lovers yet maintain a scholarly integrity. Visit amadeuspress.com.
Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below: