The Story of Peter Tchaikovsky

By: Opal Wheeler

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The author sympathetically shows what a nervous, unpredictable child Peter Tchaikovsky was and how his love for music was almost greater than he could bear. Any sort of routine was impossible for him, and as a result, he could not bring himself to practice law as an adult. However, music still beckoned, and under the great Anton Rubinstein, he made progress. It was early one morning, seated at a table in the deserted dining room of an inn, that he wrote the first draft of his first symphony.

Product Description

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The Young Brahms
Franz Schubert and His Merry Friends
Frederick Chopin, The Early Years
Frederick Chopin, The Later Years
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Edward MacDowell and His Cabin in the Pines
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Additional Information

Weight .2 kg
Dimensions 7.5 × 9.2 × .2 in
Author

Opal Wheeler

Publisher

Zeezok Publishing

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781610060141

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