Dinner with Lenny: The Last Long Interview with Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein was arguably the most highly esteemed, influential, and charismatic American classical music personality of the twentieth century Conductor, composer, pianist, writer, educator, and human rights activist, Bernstein truly led a life of Byronic intensity passionate, risk taking,

This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession

Whether you load your iPod with Bach or Bono, music has a significant role in your life even if you never realized it Why does music evoke such powerful moods The answers are at last be coming clear, thanks to revolutionary neuroscience and the emerging field of evolutionary psychology Both a

Moscow Nights: The Van Cliburn Story-How One Man and His Piano Transformed the Cold War

Gripping narrative nonfiction that tells the dramatic story of a remarkable young Texan pianist, Van Cliburn, who played his way through the wall of fear built by the Cold War, won the hearts of the American and Russian people, and eased tensions between two superpowers on the brink of nuclear war.

Beethoven: The Man and the Artist, As Revealed in His Own Words

This long esteemed book offers the reader a highly interesting glimpse of Beethoven, the man There are a number of biographical studies of Beethoven, but nowhere else will you find such a convenient classified collection of his utterances and opinions Through his own words emerges an image of a