A series of essays on reactions and emotional responses to music.
PART I 1. The Ideas of M. Vincent D’Indy 2. The Manuscript Libretto of "Faust" 3. Liszt, the Pianist 4. The False Masterpieces of Music 5. A Note on Rameau 6. A Chopin M.S.: The F Major Ballade in the Making PART II 7. Helene 8. Sarasate 9. Musical Digressions 10. The Metronome 11. Observations of a Friend of Animals 12. Impressions of America 13. Chopin 14. Charles Gounod on Mozarts "Don Juan" 15. The Origin of Samson and Delilah 16. Modern Music 17. Gounod
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