Much loved, revered and studied, Chopin wrought a quiet revolution that profoundly influenced the development of Western music. His public image is often seen through a blur of sentimentality and melodrama, yet he was also fully engaged with the political and intellectual environment of his day. Adam Zamoyski, whose definitive biography of the composer appears in a new edition in Spring 2010 cuts through the myths and legends to get to the heart of Chopin’s life and music. (vulgarboatman)
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