Frederick Chopin, as a Man and Musician — Volume 2
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While in examining the earlier works, the praise bestowed on them was often largely mixed with censure, and the admiration felt for them tempered by dissatisfaction; we shall have little else than pure praise and admiration for the works that remain to be considered, at least for the vast majority of them. One thing, however, seems to me needful before justice can be done to the composer Chopin: certain prejudices abroad concerning him have to be combated. I shall, therefore, preface my remarks on particular compositions and groups of compositions by some general observations.
- Category: Biography
- Published: 01 January 1924
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 590 Pages
- Language: English