A novel of Klimt's muse and Mahler's greatest love: Alma Mahler, the woman whose life would define and defy an era
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by Mary Sharratt
by Mary Hoffman
by Mary Casanova
by Mary Balogh
by Mary Connealy
by Julia Mary Gibson
by Charles Dickens
by Patrick O'Brian
by Colleen McCullough
by Sergio Ramirez
"Narrator Tavia Gilbert showcases her vocal talents by mastering a wealth of character accents and flawlessly speaking actual German as well as by singing the musical passages in this production. In the artistic world of fin-de-sicle Vienna, beautiful and creative Anna Schindler longs to become a renowned composer even more than she longs for love. When famed composer Gustav Mahler proposes, she gives up her music for his heart, losing herself bit by bit. This wonderful production is slightly marred by sloppy editing. Overall, Gilbert captures Anna's despair at her two miscarriages and the loss of her oldest daughter, as well as her growing anxiety and depression over the loss of her individuality. A.L.S.M. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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