9 edition of Songs without words found in the catalog.
Songs without words
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||321 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||321|
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From the bestselling author of The Dive from Clausen's Pier, Songs Without Words is the gripping story of a lifelong friendship pushed to the breaking point/5(85). Ann Packer is the acclaimed author of two collections of short fiction, Swim Back to Me and Mendocino and Other Stories, and three bestselling novels, The Children's Crusade, Songs Without Words, and The Dive from Clausens Pier, which received the Kate Chopin Literary Award, among many other prizes and honors.3/5.
“[A] brilliant and thoroughly engaging, if often painful, account Throughout Song Without Words, the author candidly describes his dark, even catastrophic moments of perceived failure—failure to hear, failure to understand and interpret correctly, failure to connect, failure to keep up—but despite all this, the book sings a long, clear note of success/5(50).
Songs Without Words. This summer Harper Sheridan is looking for something new--love. As a librarian at Morrison College and a talented amateur musician, Harper has spent the last nineteen summers searching for her passionate, authentic self amongst the writers, painters and other artists in California's diverse and fascinating Bay Area/5.
From the bestselling author of The Dive from Clausen's Pier, Songs Without Words is the gripping story of a lifelong friendship pushed to the breaking point. Product Details About the Author/5(43). Mendelssohn, Felix: Songs Without Words Op.
No. 46, in G minor, one of Felix Mendelssohn's Lieder ohne Worte (Songs Without Words). ; The first set of six songs, Op. 19, appeared in print in England in under the title Original Melodies for the Pianoforte. The following year it was published in Germany as Lieder ohne Worte.
Five more collections appeared in the course of. The Songs without words (Lieder ohne Worte) are a series of short lyrical piano pieces by Mendelssohn, written between and and presented in 8 volumes, each one consisting of six pieces.
Most of these pieces are withing the grasp of pianist of various abilities, and this has contributed to the popularity of the set.