Charles Rosen

Photo of Charles RosenPhoto | Photo © Britten-Pears Foundation / Bridgeman ImagesCharles Rosen was a concert pianist, Professor of Music and Social Thought at the University of Chicago, and the author of numerous books, including The Classical Style, The Romantic Generation, and Freedom and the Arts.

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Cover: The Joy of Playing, the Joy of Thinking: Conversations about Art and PerformanceThe Joy of Playing, the Joy of Thinking: Conversations about Art and PerformanceRosen, Charles
Temerson, Catherine
Zerner, Catherine
HARDCOVER11/03/2020$21.95
Cover: Freedom and the Arts: Essays on Music and LiteratureFreedom and the Arts: Essays on Music and LiteratureRosen, CharlesHARDCOVER05/21/2012$40.00
Cover: Critical Entertainments: Music Old and NewCritical Entertainments: Music Old and NewRosen, CharlesPAPERBACK11/30/2001$49.00
Cover: Romantic Poets, Critics, and Other MadmenRomantic Poets, Critics, and Other MadmenRosen, CharlesPAPERBACK04/10/2000$30.00
Cover: The Romantic GenerationThe Romantic GenerationRosen, CharlesPAPERBACK09/15/1998$34.00
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