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Good in Good dust jacket. 057111718X. Ex-library (Dunedin Public Library). Library stamps and markings. Some adhesive tape stains to reverse of dust wrapper and to boards. Dust wrapper rubbed at edges. Dust wrapper protected in archival mylar cover. "Beethoven, born into the era which had superseded Bach's had to fight for his faith in a world now dominated by doubt rather than by hope, and by reason rather than conviction [...] Professor Mellers believes, and forcefully argues, that by the end of his spiritually eventful life he had become a religious composer of a kind without precedent. This view of Beethoven is elaborated with constant reference to his music."-from dust wrapper blurb.; viii, , 453 pages. Blue cloth boards. Page dimensions: 235 x 153mm.
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