Fryderyk Chopin by Angelo Bozzolini and Roberto Prosseda (review)

@article{Thompson2016FryderykCB,
  title={Fryderyk Chopin by Angelo Bozzolini and Roberto Prosseda (review)},
  author={Brian Thompson},
  journal={Notes},
  year={2016},
  volume={72},
  pages={600 - 601}
}
An early death has a way of giving an artist a shot at immortality, at least in the world of film. Rarely has a composer been the subject of more films than Frédéric Chopin, who died at the age of 39. If Chopin’s music was not enough to interest audiences, his exile in Paris and his ten– year relationship with the novelist George Sand provided filmmakers with a variety of possible interpretations of his life and music. In the wartime feature film A Song to Remember (1944), Cornel Wilde… Expand