3. Baroque Keyboard Music in Italy, France, England, and Germany.
4. George Frideric Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach. 5.The Galant Style.
6. Franz Joseph Haydn.
7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 8.Ludwig van Beethoven.
9. The Turn of the Nineteenth Century.
10. Franz Peter Schubert.
11. Felix Mendelssohn.
12. Robert (Alexander) Schumann.
13. Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin.
14. Franz Liszt.
15. Johannes Brahms.
16. Other Composers of the Nineteeth Century.
17. (Achille-) Claude Debussy.
18. French Keyboard Music of the Early Twentieth Century.
19. Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin Keyboard Music in the Twentieth Century.
20. Russian Keyboard Music.
21. Other European Composers of the Twentieth Century.
22. Keyboard Music of Nontonal Composers in Europe.
23. The United States and Canada in the Twentieth Century. Bibliographical Abbreviations. Selected Anthologies and Collections. A Selected List of Complete Editions. Bibliography of Secondary Literature. Index.
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A History of Keyboard Literature: Music for the Piano and Its Forerunners presents a comprehensive and easily accessible history of literature for all stringed keyboard instruments. (source: Nielsen Book Data)