LUDWIG, THE DOG WHO SNORED SYMPHONIES by Robert Kraus

LUDWIG, THE DOG WHO SNORED SYMPHONIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It's all in the title; given the notion of a poor composer's dog who wins fame and fortune by snoring out symphonies that his master then puts on paper, the story tells itself. After eight symphonies the dog becomes too nervous to sleep; the ninth is still uncomposed on the night scheduled for its premiere, but dog and man become so tired in their rush to the concert hall that they fall asleep on the stage and Ludwig ""snore(s) his Ninth Symphony in person in front of an enthusiastic audience."" Vip's pictures might keep readers awake, but none of it rates an ovation.

Publisher: Windmill