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Verdi: His Music, Life, and Times by George…
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Verdi: His Music, Life, and Times (1963)

by George Whitney Martin

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(Limelight). This book relates the life and experiences of composer Giuseppe Verdi, from his birth in 1813 to his death in 1901. Besides documenting Verdi's life and the music he created, it also goes further in discussing the times and culture in which he was living in 19th century Italy, both socially and politically. "A complete life-to-death biography, wonderfully comprehensive on both life and art, wonderfullly sensible, and splendidly gotten up." The Boston Herald… (more)

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To the memory of GIUSEPPE VERDI, man and musician, 1813-1901
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