Riccardo Muti: An Autobiography: First the Music, Then the Words
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Riccardo Muti: An Autobiography: First the Music, Then the Words

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“A vivid portrait of life at the top of a podium heap…[a] fascinating memoir – a must-read for all who would gain insights into what makes a dedicated and complicated man of music tick.” ~Chicago Tribune

From a small town in the south of Italy to the pinnacle of the classical music world, Riccardo Muti has enthralled audiences across the globe as conductor of the world’s mo...more
Hardcover, 244 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Rizzoli Ex Libris (first published January 1st 2010)
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I only read three pages and the text just seemed stilted to me. Ricardo Muti is obviously not a writer so an established author should have have written his biography.
a professional, rather than personal, biography
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