Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician - Frederick Niecks

Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician

Autor Frederick Niecks

  • Fecha de publicación: 2014-09-10
  • Género: Biografías y memorias

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Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician
Frederick Niecks, german musical scholar and author (1845-1924)

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Table of Contents
-01- About this book
-02- VOLUME I. FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIAN
-03- PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
-04- PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
-05- PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION
-06- PROEM. POLAND AND THE POLES
-07- CHAPTER I. FREDERICK CHOPIN'S ANCESTORS
-08- CHAPTER II. FREDERICK'S FIRST MUSICAL INSTRUCTION AND MUSIC-MASTER
-09- CHAPTER III. FREDERICK ENTERS THE WARSAW LYCEUM
-10- CHAPTER IV. FREDERICK WORKS TOO HARD
-11- CHAPTER V. MUSIC AND MUSICIANS IN POLAND BEFORE AND IN CHOPIN'S TIME
-12- CHAPTER VI. FOURTEEN DAYS IN BERLIN
-13- CHAPTER VII. CHOPIN JOURNEYS TO VIENNA BY WAY OF CRACOW AND OJCOW
-14- CHAPTER VIII. THE WORKS OF CHOPIN'S FIRST PERIOD
-15- CHAPTER IX. CHOPIN'S FIRST LOVE
-16- CHAPTER X. MUSIC IN THE WARSAW SALONS
-17- CHAPTER XI. CHOPIN IS JOINED AT KALISZ BY TITUS WOYCIECHOWSKI
-18- CHAPTER XII. VIENNA MUSICAL LIFE
-19- CHAPTER XIII. CHOPIN'S PRODUCTIONS FROM THE SPRING OF 1829 TO THEEND OF 1831
-20- CHAPTER XIV. PARIS IN 1831. LIFE IN THE STREETS
-21- CHAPTER XV. ACQUAINTANCES AND FRIENDS
-22- CHAPTER XVI. CHOPIN'S SUCCESS IN SOCIETY AND AS A TEACHER
-23- CHAPTER XVII. MATUSZYNSKI SETTLES IN PARIS
-24- CHAPTER XVIII. FIRST PERFORMANCE OF LES HUGUENOTS
-25- CHAPTER XIX. GEORGE SAND
-26- VOLUME II. FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIAN
-27- CHAPTER XX. THE LOVES OF CELEBRITIES
-28- CHAPTER XXI. CHOPIN'S VISITS TO NOHANT IN 1837 AND 1838
-29- CHAPTER XXII. STAY AT MARSEILLES FROM MARCH TO MAY, 1839
-30- CHAPTER XXIII. GEORGE SAND AND CHOPIN'S RETURN TO NOHANT
-31- CHAPTER XXIV. RETURN OF GEORGE SAND AND CHOPIN TO PARIS
-32- CHAPTER XXV. TWO PUBLIC CONCERTS, ONE IN 1841 AND ANOTHER IN 1842
-33- CHAPTER XXVI. CHOPIN'S PECUNIARY CIRCUMSTANCES, AND BUSINESS EXPERIENCES WITH PUBLISHERS
-34- CHAPTER XXVII. CHOPIN IN HIS SOCIAL RELATIONS
-35- CHAPTER XXVIII. CHOPIN AS A TEACHER - HIS SUCCESS
-36- CHAPTER XXIX. RUPTURE OF THE SAND-CHOPIN CONNECTION
-37- CHAPTER XXX. DIFFERENCE OF STYLE IN CHOPIN'S WORKS
-38- CHAPTER XXXI. CHOPIN'S ARRIVAL IN LONDON
-39- CHAPTER XXXII. DETERIORATION OF CHOPIN'S STATE OF HEALTH
-40- EPILOGUE
-41- APPENDICES