This reference tool contains over 200 annotations of valuable primary and secondary sources regarding the music and life of Cesar Franck. Composing in virtually all musical genres of the day, Franck left an indelible mark on music history through his work as a composer and teacher. Whether in his organ class at the Conservatoire, or through private lessons in composition, Franck influenced generations of composers and performers. Also included in this monograph is a discography, a listing of manuscript sources and letters, and an inventory of selected contemporary reviews from various French language periodicals.
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