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  • Communications
  • Eunice Schroeder

This column provides a forum for responses to the contents of this journal, and for information of interest to readers. The editor reserves the right to publish letters in excerpted form and to edit them for conciseness and clarity.

To the Editor:

In his review of Peter Williams's The Life of Bach (Notes 61, no. 3 [March 2005]: 772– 74), a volume in the Musical Lives series published by Cambridge University Press, Daniel Boomhower states that "only one previous volume [in the series] has been reviewed in Notes 61, no. 3 [March 2005]: 772– 74), a volume in the Musical Lives series published by Cambridge University Press, Daniel Boomhower states that "only one previous volume [in the series] has been reviewed in Notes" (p. 773). Readers of this journal may wish to note that in addition to the review of the Richard Strauss volume cited by Boomhower, four other volumes from the series have been reviewed in these pages: The Life of Mendelssohn by Peter Mercer-Taylor, reviewed by Clive Brown (Dec. 2001); The Life of Schubert by Christopher H. Gibbs, reviewed by Brian Newbould (Sept. 2001); The Life of Verdi by John Rosselli, reviewed by Gregory W. Harwood (Sept. 2001); and The Life of Musorgsky, reviewed by Rebecca Epstein Matveyev (Dec. 2000).

Eunice Schroeder
University of California, Santa Barbara
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Additional Information

ISSN
1534-150X
Print ISSN
0027-4380
Pages
p. 500
Launched on MUSE
2005-11-15
Open Access
No
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