The Classical Music Map of Britain is a charming and thoroughly interesting journey around our country from a classical music perspective. From Frith Street in Soho, where Mozart stayed and performed free street concerts during his only trip to England, to Merthyr Tydfil in Glamorgan, where Joseph Parry was born and raised until he was 13, The Classical Music Map of Britain is an enchanting adventure around some of our lesser-known landmarks. Extensively researched and beautifully written, every anecdote explains why each place was so special, which pieces of music were composed there, and whether it is currently open to the public. Including illustrated maps which depict key areas of interest, this book is the perfect gift for any lover of history or classical music or anyone who's keen to discover more about the country we live in. 
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