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Piano and Song

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Friedrich Wieck


This book talks about teaching, learning and performing on the piano in a delightful style, alternating between conversation and instruction…

The Song Against Songs

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G. K. Chesterton


LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of The Song Against Songs by G. K. Chesterton. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for Octobe…

A Popular History of the Art of Music

Read by Tony Oliva


W. S. B. Mathews


Preface by W.S.B. Mathews: I have here endeavored to provide a readable account of the entire history of the art of music, within the compas…

The Baby's Songbook

Read by Carol Stripling


Walter Crane


This is a collection of 14 songs chosen from Walter Crane's "The Baby's Opera" and "The Baby's Bouquet" containing class…

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Herbert Francis Peyser


Mozart’s earthly career was so poignantly short yet so filled with incalculable achievement that the author of this booklet finds himself co…

The Life of Mozart Volume 1

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Otto Jahn


An in depth look into the life of one of the greatest ever composers and musicians. Mozart was truly a gifted individual and this is an inte…

Shakespeare and Music

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Christopher Wilson


Shakespeare's plays are full of music: love songs, comic ditties, serious ballads, and songs for witches and spirits. Over the centuries mus…

Jazz Fantasia

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Carl Sandburg


As our weekly poem of 30-July-2006, “Jazz Fantasia” was a special challenge because it isn’t just about jazz, it IS jazz. The rhythm is cent…

LibriVox 8th Anniversary Collection

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Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm


For the past few years we have celebrated the anniversary of LibriVox with a collection loosely themed on the number of the anniversary year…

Christmas Carol Collection 2010

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Various


LibriVox volunteers get into the festive spirit to bring you this year's selection of carols and Christmas music - both sacred and secular.

Folk Ballad Collection 001

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Various


LibriVox’s first collection of sung and spoken folk ballads (13 in collection).

Favorite Hymns 01

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Various


From the earliest period of history, God's people have found joy in expressing their praise to Him in song. This is a collection of 30 favo…

LibriVox 6th Anniversary Collection

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Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm


What do you do for a sixth anniversary? We challenged our readers to find any short works which had 'six' in the title - in any language. Th…

Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works

Read by Edmund Bloxam


Edward Baxter Perry


A look at the poetic motivations behind certain piano works. An understanding of these pieces on purely poetic grounds, with little insight …

Padre Ignacio, Or The Song Of Temptation

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Owen Wister


Padre Ignacio has been the pastor of California mission Santa Ysabel del Mar for twenty years. In 1855 a stranger rides into the mission bri…

Christmas Carol Collection 2009

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Various


The LibriVox community wants to bring you a special treat for the 2009 Holiday Season. Here is a collection of 30 traditional Christmas caro…

Public Domain Hymns 01

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Various


"Originally modeled on the Psalms and other poetic passages (commonly referred to as "canticles") in the Scriptures, Christia…

Ludwig Van Beethoven

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Pitts Sanborn


The late Pitts Sanborn wrote this booklet under the title Beethoven and his Nine Symphonies... I have left Mr. Sanborn’s pages on the symph…

Stories From The Operas

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Gladys Davidson


"Owing to the appreciation which has been accorded to my three series of "Stories from the Operas," it has been decided to re…

George Frideric Handel

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Herbert Francis Peyser


Handel’s long career resembles a gigantic tapestry, so bewilderingly crowded with detail, so filled with turmoil and vicissitude, with vast …

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