Godowsky, the Pianists' Pianist. a Biography of Leopold Godowsky.
In this book, Jeremy Nicholas reappraises Godowsky's important contribution to the piano, sheds new light on his enigmatic personality and suggests the soubriquet given him by the critic J.G. Huneker was amply justified: Godowsky was, more than any other, "a pianist for pianists." This edition contains a new foreword by the author and some updates and corrections.