A noteworthy contribution to Australian musical history, handsomely presented.
Honesty and anecdotes illuminate a life beyond Blue Heelers.
Mary Li’s memoir is a splendid companion piece to that by her husband, Li Cunxin.
This extensive study delves into an “alternate history of music” focusing on those who chronicle and critique music from plainsong to pop.
A must for readers with a special interest in English singers and repertoire of the 18th century.
There’s more to Humperdinck than witches and gingerbread.
How often do you encounter a non-fiction work about art that makes your mind spiral in so many directions?
Out of a closet: New Barber discoveries.
A visual feast for opera buffs and sticky beaks alike.
A scrupulously researched look at a long-lived British musical maverick.
Daggy kid makes good. McAllister recalls his readable road to riches.
Survey of the British zeal for musical storytelling whets appetite to listen.
A multi-faceted attempt to unravel the mystery of musical genius.