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Unfinished Symphonies (1971)

by Rosemary Brown

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This is a fascinating book about a woman who claimed to be able to communicate with the spirits of dead composers. She even claimed to have received music from them composed after their deaths which has actually been recorded. ( )
  Jamie638 | Mar 17, 2007 |
Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy and other composers dicting from the Beyond their posthumous works.This naive book will forever stay a curiosity and a document giving a glimpse of a curious period. ( )
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The first time I saw Franz Liszt, I was about seven years old, and already accustomed to seeing the spirits of the so-called dead.
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"... explains how she communicates with the great composers of the past--Liszt, Chopin, Mozart, Bach and other--and is given their new compositions." (From the dustjacket.)
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