A rich, entertaining “slice history” of musical Vienna.
Musicians and Addiction looks at the implications of addiction for individual musicians and the industry of which they are a part.
How public and private music shaped life with the Virgin Queen.
One craftsman pays tribute to another in a unique novella.
The Debussy bible, maybe, but the man remains an impression.
How the Belle Époque saw Bizet’s free-spirited heroine.
The history of the song, well at least for the last 800 years.
Review: The Karl Muck Scandal: Classical Music and Xenophobia in World War I America (Melissa D. Burrage)
How a whispering campaign sent a German conductor to jail.
Wide-ranging portrait captures both music and words.
Unique memories from Gilbert & Sullivan to JC Williamson Ltd.
Braithwaite’s insider story is straight from the horse’s mouth.
How SUDS created James, Greer, Beresford, Hughes et al.
Much of Respighi’s mystery remains, despite pioneering work.