(Amadeus). The undisputed preeminence of Paris as a center of the piano world dates from the early 19th century, and the rigorous professors of the Paris Conservatoire transmitted the characteristic French piano style faithfully to each new generation for some 150 years. First published to critical acclaim in 1992, this landmark study, now considerably expanded and revised, surveys the historical development, performance practices and pedagogical philosophies of this vital school. HARDCOVER.Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1987. Deschaussees, Monique. La#39;homme et le piano. ... Neuchatel: la Ba- conniere, 1979; new ed., Chopin: Pianist and Teacher, As Seen by His Pupils, translated by Naomi ... Books and Articles 337.
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