The Definitive Biography of P.D.Q. Bach Audiobook
(HighBridge Audio CD-49923 CS-48278): Printed books are all well and good, but,
let’s face it, it’s a whole lot
easier to let somebody else do the reading. P.D.Q. Bach was probably the
most passive composer who ever allegedly lived, so the less effort you put into
learning about him, the more you carry on his ideals. Abridged;
approximately 75 minutes on 1 compact disk or tape.
Professor Peter Schickele, author and reader|
 Part the First - P.D.Q. Bach’s Background: Cause or Effect?
1. Early Infancy (1742-1745)
2. Late Infancy (1745-1766)
3. The Lost Years (1766-1777)
4. The Turning Point (1777)
 Glossary of Unusual Instruments Used
by P.D.Q. Bach
(from the Appendix and other places)
 Part the Second: The World of P.D.Q. Bach
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This item is available in a complete read-it-yourself ink-and-paper-based book edition.