This book is the kind of book that you can curl up with when working on music by a certain composer or teaching your students pieces by a certain composer. This book contains such deeply-thought-out conclusions by Konrad Wolff about the music of these five great composers: Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. You'll find information to use in your own teaching and performing, like what makes Haydn's music different from that of Mozart. I bought this book because it held concepts that made me think about what were the most interesting things to discuss at a class, and that sent me off looking for new information to create a very interesting class with new material and not just the same old repetitious and dry information presented in books that are filled with lots of facts but no surprises or interesting comparisons.
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