Daniel Brown holds a Masters in Musicology from Cornell University and has taught music theory and history at Cornell and Dartmouth College. Brown is also a widely published, award-winning poet. Further information on his poetry and other online essays about music are available at daniel-brown-poet.com .
Why is Bach widely considered the greatest composer? This audio-visual ebook is one critic's answer. It survey's Bach's work and includes a close look at one of his greatest moments. The book is accessible to the general reader--it features highlighted scores that play as a cursor follows along--but its insights will interest the expert as well: a window into genius for music-lovers of all levels.
A breakthrough in the accessibility of writing about music. This audio-visual essay looks at great moments in Bach, Beethoven, and Bartok, and discovers a deep kinship among them. The text links to scores that play as a cursor follows along: a window into genius for music lovers of all levels.