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Ketzel, the cat who composed —Newman, Lesléa, author.

Composer Moshe Cotel adopts a six-toed, black-and-white kitten whom he calls Ketzel, and when he needs a piece to enter in a contest for music less than a minute long, it is Ketzel who provides the solution.

Scarlatti's cat —Lachenmeyer, Nathaniel, 1969- author.

Reveals how Pulcinella, a cat, contributed to one of the most popular symphonies written by eighteenth-century composer Domenico Scarlatti, and the consequences for the pampered pet.

Do not say we have nothing —Thien, Madeleine, 1974- author.

"An extraordinary novel set in China before, during and after the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989--the breakout book we've been waiting for from a bestselling, Amazon.ca First Novel Award winner. Madeleine Thien's new ...

Play it again —Roberts, Nora.

"Once More with Feeling: Musician Raven Williams was devastated when Brandon Carstairs broke her heart five years ago. Now he's back, asking for her help cowriting the score for a major film--an opportunity she can't ref...

A seaside Christmas —Woods, Sherryl.
Large Print
2014
Availability: 4 of 4

As the only child of a single mom, Jenny Collins wanted nothing more than to be part of a large, rambunctious family like the O'Briens. Ironically, though, when her mother married into that family, Jenny found herself fe...

The subtweet : a novel —Shraya, Vivek, 1981- author.

"Everyone talks about falling in love, but falling in friendship can be just as captivating. When Neela Devaki's song is covered by internet-famous artist Rukmini, the two musicians meet and a transformative friendship b...

Variable star —Heinlein, Robert A. (Robert Anson), 1907-1988, author.

Two young lovers are forced apart by pride, power, and the immensity of interstellar time and space, in an authorized version of an unfinished novel by Hugo Award-winning late science fiction master Robert Heinlein.

The phantom of the Opera —Degnan-Veness, Coleen.

There is a climate of secrecy and fear at the Paris Opera. People are dying and a beautiful, talented young singer has disappeared. Is this the work of the Opera ghost? Is the ghost a man or a monster? And what else will...

The Prague sonata : a novel —Morrow, Bradford, 1951- author.

In the early days of the new millennium, pages of a weathered original sonata manuscript--the gift of a Czech immigrant living out her final days in Queens--come into the hands of Meta Taverner, a young musicologist whos...

The phantom of the opera —Degnan-Veness, Coleen.

Classic / American English. There is a climate of secrecy and fear at the Paris Opera. People are dying and a beautiful, talented young singer has disappeared. Is this the work of the Opera ghost? Is the ghost a man or a...

Shadowsong —Jae-Jones, S., author.

Devoting herself to her musical career six months after the events of Wintersong, Liesl struggles with her brother's cold withdrawal and her own inability to forget the austere young man who inspired her efforts.

Before the poison —Robinson, Peter, 1950-

Chris, a film composer and widower, returns to the Yorkshire Dales to grieve his wife and write his piano sonata. He soon finds himself distracted, though, when he discovers that a murder was committed in his rented hou...

An unexpected song —Johansen, Iris.
Large Print
2006
Availability: 8 of 8

When Jason Hayes hears Daisy Justine's spectacular voice, he vows to win her over, for both the lead role in his new musical and for a place in his heart.

Summer bird blue —Bowman, Akemi Dawn, author.

After her sister and songwriting partner, Lea, dies in an automobile accident, seventeen-year-old Rumi is sent to Hawaii with an aunt she barely knows while she and her mother grieve separately.

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