Marcia Davenport Audio Books

Marcia Davenport Audio Books

Marcia Davenport Audio Books

Marcia Davenport (1903–1996) was an American author and music critic. She began her writing career on the editorial staff of the New Yorker before writing her first book, Mozart, the first published American biography of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. She went on to become a best selling novelist, and several of her books inspired movies starring some of Hollywood's top names.

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