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Excerpt from Life of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: From the German
Not long after the death of Mendelssohn, Lam padins, a friend of his, a musical amateur, and evidently a man of nice tastes and of high-toned character, wrote a biography of the great com poser, which has been made the basis of all the smaller Sketches of his life, but which now appears in a literal translation from the German for the first time. It may be said of it, that it is not the best biography of Mendelssohn that could be written, but it is the best and indeed the only one that has been written, or is likely to be for some time. Doubtless, the time will come when this.
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bound: 288 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 11, 2017)
isbn: 1333666489, 978-1333666484,
weight: 13.8 ounces (