In this volume in the "Lives" series, Peter Gay, author of the bestselling "Freud: A Life For Our Time", presents his appreciation of the life and work of Mozart, revealing truths more fascinating than the myths that have long shrouded the maestro's life.
Peter Gay is director of the Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library and Sterling Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University. The first volume of his book The Enlightenment won a National Book award in America and both his following books were bestsellers and finalists in the National Book Award.
Mozart: Mozart by Peter Gay
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