First appearing in 1903, this is perhaps the first truly
well-balanced account of Chopin as a man and Chopin as a composer,
in English. The author describes Chopin s life and activities from
his early days in Warsaw to the days he spent in London, Paris,
Vienna, and elsewhere. The author gives accounts of the enthusiasm
with which Chopin s works were received, early reviews, Chopin s
own reactions to the places he visited and the people he saw, and... more...