|Franz Schubert and His World
Edited by Christopher H. Gibbs & Morten Solvik
During his short lifetime, Franz Schubert (1797–1828) contributed to a wide variety of musical genres, from intimate songs and dances to ambitious chamber pieces, symphonies, and operas. The essays and translated documents in Franz Schubert and His World examine his compositions and ties to the Viennese cultural context, revealing surprising and overlooked aspects of his music.
Sample this book: http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/s10393.pdf
|Mathematics for the Life Sciences
Erin N. Bodine, Suzanne Lenhart & Louis J. Gross
“This is the book I always wanted to write, a masterful and thorough introduction to the basic mathematical, statistical, and computational tools one needs to address biological problems, punctuated with solid and motivational applications to biology. The book is a seamless and authoritative treatment, with broad scope, that makes an ideal text for an introductory course.”–Simon A. Levin, editor of The Princeton Guide to Ecology
Sample this book: http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/s10298.pdf