About this book
The eagerly awaited follow-up to the bestselling "Why Beethoven Threw The Stew". It contains a fascinating collection of weird and wonderful stories on the lives of famous composers.
What did Haydn's wife use for curling-paper for her hair? What did Schubert do with his old spectacles case? Why was Dvorak given a butcher's apron when he was a little boy? Why did Tchaikovsky spit on a map of Europe? Addressing these questions, this work contains facts, dates and anecdotes, interspersed with black-and-white line illustrations.
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