"To turn now to his achievements, it may be asserted that Tchaikowsky was marvellously versatile, composing in every form save for the organ."
(location 4254, Kindle Edition)
"The music is more or less, like many of Moussorgsky's songs, written in imitation of the old folk-songs, folk dances, ceremonial chants, and festival tunes."
(location 4482, Kindle Edition)
"Smetana's style is thoroughly original, his form is free yet coherent and he has a color sense and power of orchestral description peculiar to his race."
(location 4500, Kindle Edition)
You just finished reading Music: An Art and a Language - Reading Together - National Schools.
Sign up here for my free monthly newsletter!
Connect with me on Twitter and Pinterest.