Nineteenth-Century Chamber Music is the eighth book in the Studies in Musical Genres and Repertories series. Written for professional and amateur chamber music enthusiasts, the text presents an introduction and guide to the most significant chamber works of the 19th century.Stephen Hefling is a specialist on music of the nineteenth century and is trained as a violinist with a specialization in baroque performance practice. He is currently Associate Professor of Music at Case Western Reserve University where he has taught since 1987.
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