Montserrat Caballe by Robert Pullen
Casta Diva

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This is the story of Montserrat Caballe's life and career from her childhood in war-torn Spain, through her years of training and struggle, to her current world-star status. The authors draw on a wealth of the diva's private documents, photographs, and personal reminiscences, and provide a shrewd and evenhanded analysis of her art, both on stage and in recordings.

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Taylor is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art.
Published January 25, 1995 by Northeastern. 464 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Given the inevitable difficulty of writing about a performer whose art contains more drama than her life (hearing a five-minute snippet of CaballÇ's magic pianissimo conveys more of her essence than any descriptive volume), it is hard to see how the book could be bettered, offering as it does a f...

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