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A new edition as part of the Faber Greatest Hits - books that have taken writing about music in new and exciting directions for the twenty-first century.
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The compelling story of Mahler's titanic Eighth Symphony.
A radical new history of Britain's natural landscapes and the musical movements they have inspired.
Celebrated cellist Steven Isserlis adds his own extensive commentary to Robert Schumann's Advice for Young Musicians, a nineteenth century text that remains a must-read for music students today.
A new volume of the timeless lyrics of Van Morrison selected by the legendary singer-songwriter himself, edited by Eamonn Hughes, with a new foreword by Paul Muldoon.
A new edition as part of the Faber Social Greatest Hits - books that have taken writing about music in new and exciting directions for the twenty-first century.
A unique insight into a conductor's world.
A book about one of the most important albums of all time, which reinvents music writing in the awesome scope of its exploration.
The new essay collection from one of music's most original thinkers.
'The nature of Lou Reed's lyric writing that had been hitherto unknown in rock ... gave us the environment in which to put our more theatrical vision. He supplied us with the stretch and the landscape, and we peopled it.' - David Bowie