A moving collection of stories about art, friendship, motherhood, and music, The Descent of Music collects the best of Deborah Cummings poignant stories in one volume. In Mitral Valve, a mother and daughter find each other through a man who loved them both. In Marian Anderson, a disenchanted woman finds meaning in an old playbill. Cummings' quiet humor shines through Reunion, when the narrator tells a lost amour: "I was in love with your motorcycle. I had to be if I wanted to get anywhere near you."
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Published May 10, 2002
by New Harbinger Publications.
Literature & Fiction.