Music

Fryderyk Chopin

Alan Walker

Format: Paperback

NZD $45.00

A landmark biography of the Polish composer by one of the world's leading authorities on Chopin and his time.

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The Silent Musician

Mark Wigglesworth

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.99

A unique insight into a conductor's world.

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Chamber Music

Will Ashon

Format: Paperback

NZD $27.99

A book about one of the most important albums of all time, which reinvents music writing in the awesome scope of its exploration.

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The Lady from Arezzo

Alfred Brendel

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $32.99

The new essay collection from one of music's most original thinkers.

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I'll Be Your Mirror

Lou Reed

NZD $55.00

'The nature of Lou Reed's lyric writing that had been hitherto unknown in rock ... gave us the environment in which to put our more theatrical vision. He supplied us with the stretch and the landscape, and we peopled it.' - David Bowie

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Hendrix

Gillian G. Gaar

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $32.99

Hendrix is the definitive, illustrated biography of the man widely considered the greatest rock guitarist of all time.

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Not Afraid

Anthony Bozza

NZD $49.99

The follow-up to the bestselling Whatever You Say I Am, chronicling the last 15 years of Eminem's life, based on new, exclusive interviews with the rapper, his friends, family and associates.

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Not Afraid

Anthony Bozza

Format: Paperback

NZD $32.99

The follow-up to the bestselling Whatever You Say I Am, chronicling the last 15 years of Eminem's life, based on new, exclusive interviews with the rapper, his friends, family and associates.

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A New Heaven

Harry Christophers, Sara Mohr-Pietsch

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $45.00

As The Sixteen celebrates its 40th birthday, Harry Christophers and broadcaster and choral expert Sara Mohr-Pietsch embark on a series of conversations that look back over those four decades, and to the future.

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Crossroads

Mark Radcliffe

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $39.99

A personal reflection on the crucial turning points in the history of music, from BBC broadcaster and musician Mark Radcliffe.

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