Novels Analyzing Musical Talent and Life: Background information when reading Bellweather Rhapsody

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Bellweather Rhapsody

by Kate Racculia

Bellweather Rhapsody
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  • First Published:
    May 2014, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2015, 352 pages

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Novels Analyzing Musical Talent and Life

The characters in Racculia's novel attempt to understand the nature of musical talent and the ways in which it emerges or disappears to impact happiness. The following novels investigate the interaction of musical gifts and the pursuit of a fulfilled life:

Sight Reading Sight Reading by Daphne Kalotay
Kalotay's first novel was about ballet and Russian history. Her second novel, Sight Reading, explores the relationships between a few classical musicians in New England. As each of the characters delves deeper into work as professionals, the perfection they attain with their instruments or conducting baton eludes them in real life. Despite their prowess in music, they realize that they are living their lives merely sight reading, a term that describes the process of playing a composition for the first time without preparation.

Hiding Out At the Pancake Palace Hiding Out at the Pancake Palace by Nan Marino; a young-adult novel
Just as voice prodigy Elvis Ruby believes the stars are aligned to launch him into super fame, he ...

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