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<SPAN NAME="biblio"></SPAN> <H3 ALIGN="center"> BIBLIOGRAPHY </H3> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician, by Frederick Niecks. London, Novello, Ewer & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin, by Franz Liszt. London, W. Reeves. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Life and Letters of Frederic Chopin, by Moritz Karasowski, translated from the Russian by Emily Hill. London, W. Reeves. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin and Other Musical Essays, by Henry T. Finck. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Works of Frederic Chopin and their Proper Interpretation, by Jean Kleczynski, translated by A. Whittingham. London, W. Reeves. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin's Greater Works, by Jean Kleczynski, translated with additions by Natalie Janotha. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Francois Chopin, by Charles Willeby. London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin, by Joseph Bennett. Novello, Ewer & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> F. Chopin, la Tradicion de su Musica, por Eduardo Gariel. City of Mexico, 1894. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin, sa Vie et ses OEuvres, par Madame A. Audley. Paris, E. Plon et Cie. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> F. Chopin, Essai de Critique musicale, par H. Barbedette. Friedrich Chopin und seine Werke, von Dr. J. Schucht. Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Friedrich Chopin's Leben und Werke, von A. Niggli. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, by Francis Hueffer, in Musical Studies. Edinburgh, A. & C. Black. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin, by W. H. Hadow, in Studies in Modern Music. New York, Macmillan Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederic Chopin, by Louis Ehlert, in From the Tone World, translated by Helen D. Tretbar. New York. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, by W. de Lenz, from The Great Piano Virtuosos of our Time, translated by Madeleine R. Baker. New York, G. Schirmer. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, in Robert Schumann's Music and Musicians, translated by Fanny Raymond Ritter. New York, Schuberth & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, in Anton Rubinstein's Conversation on Music, translated by Mrs. John P. Morgan. Steinway Hall: Charles F. Tretbar, publisher. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Les Musiciens Polonais, par Albert Sowinski. Paris, Le Clerc. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Les Trois Romans de Frederic Chopin, par le Comte Wodinski. Paris, Calman Levy. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Une Contemporaine, par M. Brault. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Histoire de ma Vie et Correspondance, par George Sand. Paris, Calman Levy. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> George Sand, by Henry James in French Poets and Novelists. New York, Macmillan Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> G. Sand, par Stefane-Pol, from Trois Grandes Figures, preface by D'Armand Silvestre. Paris, Ernest Flammarian. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> George Sand, sa Vie et ses OEuvres, par Wladimir Kardnine. Paris, Ollendorf. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Deux Eleves de Chopin, par Adolphe Brisson. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Beautiful in Music, by Dr. Eduard Hanslick. Translated by Gustave Cohen. Novello, Ewer & Co., London and New York. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> How Music Developed, by W. J. Henderson. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Wagner and His Works, by Henry T. Finck. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> By the Way, by William F. Apthorp. Boston, Copeland & Day. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> A Study of Wagner, by Ernest Newman. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Folk-Music Studies, by H. E. Krehbiel. New York Tribune, August, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Analytical Notes to Schlesinger Edition, by Theodor Kullak. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The New Spirit, by Havelock Ellis. London, Walter Scott, Ltd. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Flaubert, par Emile Faguet. Paris, Hachette et Cie. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Reisebilder, by Heinrich Heine. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Affirmations, by Havelock Ellis. London, Walter Scott. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Psychology of the Emotions, by Th. Ribot. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Man of Genius, by Cesare Lombroso. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Musical Courier, New York. Files from 1889 to 1900. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin's Works, by Rutland Boughton, in London Musical Standard. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, by Stanislas Count Tarnowski. Translated from the Polish by Natalie Janotha. 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The School of Giorgione, An Essay by Walter Pater. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin and the Sick Men, by John F. Runciman, in London Saturday Review, September 9, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederick Chopin, by Edward Dannreuther from Famous Composers and their Works. Boston, J. B. Millet Company. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Primitive Music, by Wallaschek. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Zur Psychologie des Individuums, Chopin und Nietzsche, by Stanislaw Przybyszewski. Berlin, W. Fontaine & Co., 1892. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Musical Interpretation, by Adolph Carpe. Leipzig, London and Paris, Bosworth & Co., Boston, B. F. Wood Music Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Pianistes Celebres, par Francois Marmontel. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Frederyka Chopina, in Echo Musicale, Warsaw, Poland, October 15, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> OEuvres Poetiques Completes de Adam Mickiewicz, Traduction du Polonais par Christien Ostrowski. Paris, Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie, 1859. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The World as Will and Idea, by Arthur Schopenhauer. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Case of Richard Wagner, by Friedrich Nietzsche. New York, Macmillan Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> With the Immortals, by Marion Crawford. References to Chopin. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Preface to Isidor Philipp's Exercises Quotidiens tires des OEuvres de Chopin, by Georges Mathias. Paris, J. Hamelle. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Pianoforte Study, by Alexander McArthur. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin Ein Gedenkblatt, by August Spanuth, New York Staats-Zeitung, October 15, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Pianoforte Sonata, by J. B. Shedlock, London, Methuen & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> A History of Pianoforte Playing and Pianoforte Literature, by C. F. Weitzmann, translated by Dr. Th. Baker. New York, G. Schirmer. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Der Letze Virtuoso, by C. F. Weitzmann. Leipzig, Kahnt. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin&mdash;and Some Others, in London Musical News, October 14, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, in A History of the Pianoforte and Pianoforte Players, by Oscar Bie. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, in Rubinstein's Die Meister des Klaviers. New York, Schuberth. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, in Berliner Tageblatt, by Dr. Leopold Schmidt. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin Juzgada por Schumann, in Gaceta Musical, City of Mexico. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The Chopin Rubato and so-called Chopin Fingering, by John Kautz, in The Musical Record, Boston, 1898. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Franz Liszt, by Lina Ramann. Breitkopf & Hartel. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Preface to Mikuli Edition by Carl Mikuli. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The AEsthetics of Pianoforte Playing, by Adolf Kullak. New York, G. Schirmer. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin und die Frauen, by Eugen Isolani. Berliner Courier, October 17, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin, by W. J. Henderson in The New York Times, October 29, 1899. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> A Note on Chopin, by L. A. Corbeille, and Chopin, An Irresponsibility, by "Israfel," in The Dome, October, 1899, London, Unicorn Press. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopin and the Romantics, by John F. Runciman in The Saturday Review (London), February 10,1900. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Chopiniana: in the February, 1900, issue of the London Monthly Musical Record, including some new letters of Chopin's. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> La maladie de Chopin (d'apres des documents inedits), par Cabanes. Chronique medicale, Paris, 1899, vi., No. 21, 673-685. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> Also recollections in letters and diaries of Moscheles, Hiller, Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Henselt, Schumann, Rubinstein, Mathias, Legouve, Tarnowski, Grenier and others. </P> <P CLASS="noindent"> The author begs to acknowledge the kind suggestions and assistance of Rafael Joseffy, Vladimir de Pachmann, Moriz Rosenthal, Jaraslow de Zielinski, Edwin W. Morse, Edward E. Ziegler and Ignace Jan Paderewski. </P> <BR><BR><BR>
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