The Romantic Piano: The Influence of Society, Style, and Musical trends on the Great Piano Composers (The Influence of Society, Style and Musical Trends on the Great Piano Composers). By perf. Daniel Glover. Edited by Nancy Bachus. For piano solo. Graded Standard Repertoire; Masterworks; Piano Collection. A History of Piano Masterworks. Classical Period. Difficulty: difficult. Collection. Performance CDs and historical background information. 128 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.26040).
ISBN 0739042971. With performance CDs and historical background information. Classical Period. 9x12 inches.
Repertoire by both well-known and lesser-known composers from the Romantic period are included in these performance editions, with commentary relating to the composers' lives and social changes in the era. These well-edited editions give students an overall view of the period through an integrated arts approach. This library-quality edition is a complete version of The Romantic Spirit Books 1 and 2 by Nancy Bachus, and is conveniently packaged with CDs in one book .
About A History of Piano Masterworks
This four-volume series summarizes the history of piano music and its influence on and by society from the outset of the 17th century through the early 20th century. Part I of each volume explores musicÃ•s relationship with literary, scientific, social, and political events. Part 2 focuses on the influences of great composers from that era. Nancy Bachus brilliantly employs an intergrated approach, creating an indispensible resource for every piano teacher, student, and music lover alike.