Jacqueline du Pré

Elizabeth Wilson

Book Description (from British Books)

British edition (Paperback)

Since her early death in 1987, Jacqueline du Pré's story has lost none of its appeal. The tragedy of the brilliant cellist struck down in her prime by multiple sclerosis continues to exert an almost mythical fascination. A recent film - Hilary and Jackie - has stirred up huge controversy. But Elizabeth Wilson's biography, authorized by du Pré's husband Daniel Barenboim, has been acclaimed as the fairest and most convincing account yet of this popular and adored musician.

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This tribute and all related pages are conceived and designed by Miguel Muelle purely as a labor of love, meant solely for the pleasure of all those who are interested in Jacqueline Du Pré. All photographs are credited where possible, and all recordings and corresponding photographs used are assumed to be copyright and property of EMI Records, Ltd., unless otherwise acknowledged.