Raymond Monelle

Raymond Monelle (19 August 1937 in Bristol, England – 12 March 2010 in Edinburgh, Scotland). was a music theorist, teacher, music critic, composer and jazz pianist. Monelle wrote three books, dozens of articles on music, and many music criticism reviews in newspapers, mainly for ''Opera'' and ''The Independent'' His main field of research was Music Signification or, as it is also known, Music Semiotics. Towards the end of his life he wrote a novel, yet to be published, entitled ''Bird in the Apple Tree'', about the adolescence of the composer Alban Berg. Provided by Wikipedia
by Monelle, Raymond, 1937-2010.
Published 2006
Book Electronic
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