A Compendium of Essays: Purcell, Hogarth and Handel, Beethoven, Liszt, Debussy, and Andrew Lloyd Webber
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A Compendium of Essays: Purcell, Hogarth and Handel, Beethoven, Liszt, Debussy, and Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This unique book presents new and intriguing philosophical analysis on several renowned composers and their work, dating from the Baroque period to contemporary times. E. A. Bucchianeri offers original, informative theories, appealing to all music lovers, professionals and amateurs alike. Click here to read a FREE preview!
Paperback, (Out of Print), 200 pages
Published November 29th 2002 by Authorhouse
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Thank you for visiting. Since trying to be the mysterious, anonymous author is boring, it's time to step out into the Cyber World and say "Hello".

My name is Elizabeth Ann Bucchianeri, ("BOOK-ia-nair-ee" in case you were wondering how to pronounce that! Not too bad for someone who loves to read and write...) I was born in Carson City, Nevada (USA) and grew up in a historic town, Virginia City, made...more
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