Who's afraid of classical music?
Simon & Schuster,
Time magazine music critic Michael Walsh has created for the rock 'n roll generation a complete and totally irreverent guide to listening to, collecting, and enjoying classical music. If rock 'n roll just isn't enough for you anymore; if you loved the music from Amadeus, 2001 and Ordinary People and want to know how to find more; or if you can't wait to take full advantage of your new CD player with the music it was made for, here is a complete and totally irreverent guide to listening to, collecting, and enjoying classical music. It gives you: -The basic beginner's repertoire, from Bach partitas to Philip Glass operas -The inside story of the great composers as real people with real foibles -Suggested tunes for Sunday brunch, highway driving, morning jogs, and nighttime seductions -And even de-mystifies the dreaded "o" -word (opera)! Who's Afraid of Classical Music? shows that when you know how to listen, this stuff can be as much fun as the Rolling Stones--and maybe more!
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|Grouping Title||who s afraid of classical music|
|Grouping Author||walsh michael|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-11 03:00:20AM|
|author||Walsh, Michael, 1949-|
|available_at_cmc||CMC Steamboat Campus|
|detailed_location_cmc||CMC Steamboat Campus|
|local_callnumber_cmc||ML160 .W256 1989|
|owning_library_cmc||Colorado Mountain College|
|owning_location_cmc||CMC Steamboat Campus|
|subject_facet||Music -- History and criticism|
|title_display||Who's afraid of classical music?|
|title_full||Who's afraid of classical music? / Michael Walsh|
|title_short||Who's afraid of classical music?|
|topic_facet||History and criticism|