Some thoughts on the musicologist as biographer

Roseberry, E.
March 1991
Musical Quarterly;Spring91, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p93
Book Review
Reviews three books. `Berlioz,' by D. Kern Holoman; `Johannes Brahams,' by Ivor Keys; `Liszt,' by Derek Watson.


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