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Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works

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Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works by Edward Baxter Perry offers a comprehensive and insightful exploration of various piano compositions. The author's meticulous attention to detail and deep understanding of the piano repertoire shine through in each analysis. Perry provides historical context, technical challenges, and interpretive suggestions for each piece, making this book a valuable resource for both pianists and music enthusiasts.

The writing style is engaging and accessible, making complex musical concepts easy to understand. Perry's passion for music is evident throughout the book, and his enthusiasm is infectious. Whether you are a seasoned performer looking to gain new insights into familiar pieces or a student looking to expand your repertoire, this book is sure to enhance your musical experience.

Overall, Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works is a must-read for anyone interested in delving deeper into the world of piano music. Perry's expertise and love for the subject make this book a valuable addition to any musician's library.

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A look at the poetic motivations behind certain piano works. An understanding of these pieces on purely poetic grounds, with little insight into the technical or objective side of the music. How to understand the pieces in terms of an assumed poetical meaning for performer and listener.

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