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The review must be at least 50 characters long. Mar 18, Jane rated it really liked it. It sounds as if the answer is to have less music rather than more, and make it better. I was probably making less than a third of what they paid their maids,AND I carried a monster size bottle of pepto in my bag which I would swig right from the bottle, trying to calm the nerves caused by trying to please a real S. Jul 29, Jessica added it. Interesting life to be sure. There is some sensitive subject matter that may be hard to read, and is far from the light, comedic tone of the show.
Blair Tindall and the Classical Music 'Jungle'
When she played in New York, often she was drunk, hung-over and high on narcotics. She s At several points in this memoir, Blair Tindall states that she was so isolated and insulated within the classical music scene that she never gained perspective on the wider world. But whether that's the way it really happened or if it was fudged a little to conclude the story — which was not about her journalism career — it doesn't really matter. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. This book articulated all the reasons why I decided not to follow a career as a classical musician. In the tradition of Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential and Gelsey Kirkland's Dancing on My Grave , Mozart in the Jungle delves into the lives of the musicians and conductors who inhabit the insular world of classical music. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
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Having watched a few episodes of the show, this was an unexpected deep dive into the writer's life and career in classical music. Physical Description x, p. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! See our Returns Policy. The Woman in Cabin Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition.
The anecdotes plus the factual sections were great. Also there was a disjoint for me as the story despite covering a long time period did not convey this. In light of the metoo movement, its interesting to see the somewhat casual approach that Tindall takes towards her teacher's abuse of her, and th This book has an almost schizophrenic feel. This seems to continue throughout her life - she makes it sound as if as a young, unassuming girl, these relationships presented themselves and she went along with them, while she was the one presenting herself as available in the first place. This book has an almost schizophrenic feel.