Chopin—and Some Others, in
London Musical News, October 14,
Chopin, in A History of the Pianoforte
and Pianoforte Players,
by Oscar Bie. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co.
Chopin, in Rubinstein’s Die Meister
des Klaviers. New York,
Chopin, in Berliner Tageblatt, by Dr. Leopold Schmidt.
Chopin Juzgada por Schumann, in Gaceta
Musical, City of
The Chopin Rubato and so-called Chopin
Fingering, by John
Kautz, in The Musical Record, Boston, 1898.
Franz Liszt, by Lina Ramann. Breitkopf & Hartel.
Preface to Mikuli Edition by Carl Mikuli.
The AEsthetics of Pianoforte Playing,
by Adolf Kullak. New
York, G. Schirmer.
Chopin und die Frauen, by Eugen Isolani.
October 17, 1899.
Chopin, by W. J. Henderson in The New
York Times, October 29,
A Note on Chopin, by L. A. Corbeille,
and Chopin, An
Irresponsibility, by “Israfel,” in The Dome, October, 1899,
London, Unicorn Press.
Chopin and the Romantics, by John F. Runciman
in The Saturday
Review (London), February 10,1900.
Chopiniana: in the February, 1900,
issue of the London Monthly
Musical Record, including some new letters of Chopin’s.
La maladie de Chopin (d’apres des
documents inedits), par
Cabanes. Chronique medicale, Paris, 1899, vi., No. 21, 673-
Also recollections in letters and diaries
Hiller, Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Henselt, Schumann, Rubinstein,
Mathias, Legouve, Tarnowski, Grenier and others.
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.
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