Written by the wife of the late Romantic composer giving an account of their day-to-day life during the last years of the Hapsburg Empire. She was in her own right a composer, pianist and poetess who was forbidden to compose by her husband although her contribution to his art was enormous. Although there is great controversy over how much this book is considered truth it still a fascinating look at on eof the most influential composers of the Romantic era. 
This is a hardback edition, with some spotting on the spine but otherwise fair on the inside, with no other spotting. This edition was published in 1947.1


Gustav Mahler, Memories & Letters by Alma Mahler