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The Vintage Guide to Classical Music
Jan Swafford
The NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music
Ted Libbey
4:50 from Paddington
Agatha Christie
The Rough Guide To Classical Music (Rough Guide Music Reference) - 4th edition
Duncan Clark
فنانون عالميون - الجزء الأول : كلود مونيه - بول جوجان - فنسنت فان جوخ
Susie Hodge, Robert Anderson, Jen Green, حازم طه حسين
Classical Music (Eyewitness Companions)
John Burrows

Nanny to the Billionaire's Son (Mills & Boon Largeprint Romance)

Nanny to the Billionaire's Son - Barbara McMahon this is a real Cindrella story, I like it very much

The Essential Listening To Music (International Brief Edition)

The Essential Listening to Music - Craig Wright This is an easy Beginner's guide to classical music, it has very clear definitions, analysis to famous works, history, biography of composers arranged chronologically, it also includes the forms of music according to age: for example the sonata and the concerto grosso in the Baroque, the symphony and the string quartet in the classical, in addition to providing examples from famous works.

Big Girl: A Novel

Big Girl - Danielle Steel the first 150 pages were good, but after that I got bored and did not continue reading, the problem is the appearance of a homosexual character, not likely of Steel. I don't accept homosexuality at all, so I did not continue reading.
I like her novel 'Daddy' more, even 'Coming out' is good too

A Foolish Dream (Harlequin Presents, No 1461)

A Foolish Dream - Emma Richmond this a good novel, I like the humour

The Notebook & The Wedding Box Set: Featuring the Unabridged Audio Recordings of The Notebook and The Wedding

The Notebook/The Wedding - Nicholas Sparks, Tom Wopat, Barry Bostwick the style of the writer is excellent, though the story is a bit sad, but I like to read his novels because he is respectable and doesn't say offensive things

Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall

Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall - Kazuo Ishiguro Mr Ishiguro's writing is the best I have ever come across, he is simply the best, he won Booker's prize for 'the remains of the day' and he deserves the Nobel and the Pulitzer too, I hope he wins it. The book, as the title suggests, is made up of five short stories. All the heros are musicians, they are nostalgic about the past. Also the others characters talk about their lost love and ended marriages. There some humour mixed with sadness. As usual, there is pcshycological depth in the stories. For those who loved "Remains of the Day", you will not be disappointed. In my opinion, starting from Ishiguro's second part of his literary life, he is more mature, talking about universal topics and not limited to Japan like in the first books. He is really wonderful and sublime.

عالم الموسيقى

عالم الموسيقى - زين نصار كتاب مفيد كمقدمة عن الموسيقى الكلاسيكية وبه كذلك فصل عن الموسيقى العربية وفصل عن الأوبرا والباليه

Nine Coaches Waiting (Rediscovered Classics)

Nine Coaches Waiting (Rediscovered Classics) - Mary Stewart, Sandra Brown this is my favourite story, I read it many times when I was at school, and I used to read it every summer holiday

الموسيقى السيمفونية

الموسيقى السيمفونية - حسين فوزي هذا الكتاب مقدمة عن الموسيقى الكلاسيكية العالمية وهو مفيد كثيرا لمن لا يملك خلفية كبيرة عنها ويريد أن يتعرف إليها والأسلوب العربي سلس وجميل

Music (Teach Yourself)

Music (Teach Yourself) - King Palmer this is one of the very first books I learnt about music from, it teaches how to read sheet music for the piano, and gives a brief summary about classical music history, a chart of musicians and their well-known works.

After the Fire

After the Fire - Belva Plain this is the best novel by Belva Plain, it is social and realistic, I recommend it very much.

The Kite and Other Stories

The Kite and Other Stories - W. Somerset Maugham هذا أول كتاب أقوم بترجمته لدار نشر ميريت 2009، أرجو أن يريد القراء الاطلاع عليه
I translated this book to Arabic, by Dar Merit 2009, I hope to become friends with all the people who read and liked it (of course in English) because unfortunetly I don't know about who read my translation