7 edition of Liszt"s kiss found in the catalog.
Susanne Emily Dunlap
|LC Classifications||PS3604.U5525 L57 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||2006050047|
When an author is very familiar with her subject matter, it shows. Author Susanne Dunlap's life has been dedicated to music, and her passion for that comes through so clearly in her writing. Liszt's Kiss is a historical novel set in 19th century Paris, where . "No one knows more about Franz Liszt than Alan Walker."—Malcolm Bowie, Times Literary SupplementIn a series of lively essays that tell us much not only about the phenomenon that was Franz Liszt but also about the musical and cultural life of nineteenth-century Europe, Alan Walker muses on aspects of Liszt's life and work that he was unable to explore in his acclaimed three-volume biography.
And then I read something like Liszt’s Kiss and realize I was right the first time. I guess what I don’t like is historical romances. And I would never, ever have read this, it being a historical romance, if the aforementioned Melissa, who liked The Blue Castle, hadn’t said that Liszt’s Kiss made her want to play the piano again. ‘‘The Liszts’’ is the type of book that a good meaning parent would buy a child thinking it looks fantastic, but is lacks the charm and brightness that most children like from their books. Perhaps this is truly a children’s book written for adults? Read more. 5 people found this helpful/5(4).
And then I read something like Liszt’s Kiss and realize I was right the first time. I guess what I don’t like is historical romances. And I would never, ever have read this, it being a historical romance, if the aforementioned Melissa, who liked The Blue Castle, hadn’t said that . This page edition is comprised of 86 different technical exercises composed by Liszt during to Liszt intended these highly challenging exercises to build greater performance skills in virtuoso pianists. The complete series consists of twelve volumes, each one dealing with a different pianistic problem. This edition has been compiled from the original set to present the exercises.
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"Liszt's Kiss" weaves a variety of characters together into an intriguing mystery. If anything, the book suffers from a rush of getting things accomplished at the end. It does a marvelous job of fleshing out the various personalities, but the action is uneven.
Even at the climax, things seem to be rushed, though they were slow-moving earlier on/5(19). Liszt's Kiss 1. At the beginning of the novel, Anne is not allowed to go out into society. She is living in a "comfortable prison" (pg. 1) hardly questioning the "narrowness of her confines." (pg.
2) At the same time she is being encouraged by her mother to become an accomplished pianist/5(6). Liszt's Kiss is a historical novel set in 19th century Paris, where art and music reigned supreme.
It's a world peopled by the rich and famous, at the same time that the city was gripped by a Liszts kiss book epidemic. Buy a cheap copy of Liszt's Kiss book by Susanne Dunlap. The romantic story of a young female pianist in cholera-ravaged Paris ofwhose own tragedy leaves her susceptible to the passions and scandals of the composer Free shipping over $/5(5).
With the ominous presence of Paris's most deadly epidemic looming over every turbulent event, Liszt's Kiss is a rich evocation of a remarkable period as seen through the eyes of a sensitive young artist.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY FEB 5, /5(1). Liszt's Kiss 1. At the beginning of the novel, Anne is not allowed to go out into society. She is living in a "comfortable prison" (pg. 1) hardly questioning the "narrowness of her confines." (pg. 2) At the same time she is being encouraged by her mother to become an accomplished ed on: Ap There is in fact a Liszt's kiss in this book, Liszts kiss book is entirely the reason I read it.
I never liked Countess d'Agoult and after reading this book I still don't like her. Sorry Marie. The actual plot was engaging, there was a mystery in it and I found myself curious to what the next chapter would bring.
Five stars for /5. The Liszts is a lighthearted children's picture book. If not for NetGalley, I would have possibly never found out about this adorable book, for prior to randomly coming across it on the site, I have heard of neither the author nor the illustrator.4/5.
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Franz Liszt was a Hungarian pianist and composer of enormous influence and originality. He was renowned in Europe during the Romantic : Liszt’s Kiss. Written by Susanne Dunlap Review by Bethany Latham. Paris, A cholera epidemic rages, and Anne de Barbier-Chouant has lost her beloved mother to its deadly grasp.
Alone in the crumbling family mansion but for servants and a remote, menacing father, Anne seeks solace in the keys of her mother’s Erard piano — until the marquis angrily locks it away. Liszt’s Kiss By Susanne Dunlap. At the height of the Romantic era in Paris, there was no bigger celebrity than the composer and pianist Franz Liszt.
A fiery and gorgeous Hungarian, he made women swoon at soirees and left a trail of broken hearts behind him. Receive updates on Riveted, as well as new book releases, recommended reads and.
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Liszt's Kiss A Novel by Susanne Dunlap. ebook. Kindle Book OverDrive Read Adobe EPUB eBook KB; Susanne Dunlap (Author) Susanne Dunlap is the author of Émilie's Voice and the former director of development for Connecticut Opera. She lives. Liszt's Kiss by Susanne Dunlap - The romantic story of a young female pianist in cholera-ravaged Paris ofGet a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today.
Get our latest book recommendations, author news, competitions, offers, and other information right to your ed on: Ap Liszt's Kiss: A Novel().pdf: It's Paris inand three aristocratic year old girls are about to make their debut to society.
Anne, a countess and talented young pianist, is from old nobility and a family that has lost most of its money. Helene, a baroness, is a beautif. Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Set in Paris at the height of the Romantic era, Liszt's Kiss, is a historical fiction novel about a young female pianist who unwittingly becomes entangled in the tempestuous relationship her musical idol, the composer Franz Liszt, has with his mistress Read more.
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Having just read Liszt's Kiss I give it my highest recommendation. The characters were clearly drawn and engaging, the story moved along with a good, fast pace, and the setting of 's Paris took one far from today's turmoil, though a devastating cholera epidemic was providing its own drama.5/5(3).
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in music history from Yale in with a dissertation entitled Armida and Rinaldo in Eighteenth-Century Vienna: Context, Content, and Tonal Coding in Viennese Italian Reform Operas, – In recent years she has concentrated on.Isabel Allende is a Chilean-American author whose books are renowned for their magical realist elements and brilliant storytelling.
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