Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
Publisher: New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, c1935.
An edition in Very Good condition with rubbing to the mildly aged boards in an alike dust-jacket that has some scuffing and light edgewear to the spine.
In The Man Liszt, Newman investigates the tragicomic life of Franz Liszt, one of the most renowned and popular composers of the Romantic era. Newman traces Liszt's descent into self-parody and madness, demonstrating the ways in which his personal tragedies shaped his music.; 8vo; 313 pages; TBC.