Par Christophe Rodriguez le November 19, 2019
Tom Volf livre un fabuleux documentaire intimiste intitulé Maria by Callas. Regroupant des documents d’archives, des extraits audios pour la plupart inconnus, des extraits de correspondances de la diva et La Callas elle-même, ce bijou de travail est devenu sans contredit une référence. Comme Noël approche, nous vous recommandons fortement Maria Callas, Lettres & mémoires.
Par Ludwig Van le August 28, 2018
Une liste Ludwig van Montréal : cinq romans fortement influencés par la musique classique.
Par Rebecca Anne Clark le June 28, 2018
These are 12 of the highest-and most often-rated books about classical music, according to Goodreads and Amazon.
Par Rebecca Anne Clark le April 8, 2018
More than a simply a conductor and musician, Leonard Bernstein was a social activist and music lecture whose televised lecture series in the 1950s was very well-received. Subsequently, his 1959 best-selling book The Joy of Music was published, in which Bernstein covers topics such as composing, American music, and the genius of Beethoven with wit and insight through a series of imaginary conversations.
Par Rebecca Anne Clark le February 7, 2018
You want your kids to learn more about classical music? These 11 great books will help.
Par Rebecca Anne Clark le December 13, 2017
Music is a language as universal as human emotion, and it has the power to console, inspire, and even incite revolution or acts of heroism. It’s unsurprising, then, that it has featured so prominently in other forms of art, including the written word. Here are 11 novels by Canadian authors that explore classical music and its profound impact on the human soul.