" . . . Bernstein's insights . . . still are as pointed and relevant as they were when [the book] first came out." -- The Bookwatch, April 2005
"This collection of conversations on the meaning and wonder of music is a must-have for . . . music fans . . .". -- Stringendo, Vol. 27 Number 1
From the Publisher
Widely hailed by the critics and the public alike, and a national best-seller on its publication, Joy Of Music
is Leonard Bernstein's first collection of essays and conversations on the world of music. Whether illustrating the blues or fathoming the peculiar greatness of Beethoven, Bernstein's exuberant genius illumines and enriches.
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