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This up-to-date book focuses on Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, exploring the cultural and musical meanings that surround this powerful work of genius. The author includes an examination of interpretations of the work by prominent conductors, including Wagner, Mahler, and Weingartner.
David Benjamin Levy is professor and chair, Department of Music, Wake Forest University, and visiting professor of musicology at the Eastman School of Music. He is a specialist in classic and romantic music and has lectured on Beethoven throughout the United States and Europe.