Results

  • Topic: Music: Classical

7 Matches Found.

Edwin Thomas Morgan:
A History of Bristol Cathedral School.

Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith Ltd (and Simpkin et al, London) 1913. First edition. viii, (9-) 104pp, illustrated with 4 photographs. Contents clean but for a pencilled addition to the list of headmasters on the final page, a little faint foxing to the title page, and edge foxing to the last few pages. In the original binding of green cloth, spine titled in gilt. Clean and firm, gilt bright, minor marks to cloth: very good copy. VG.

Price: 45.00


more info
add to cart
Robert Alton:
Violin Making and Repairing. Cassell's "Work" Handbooks.

London: Cassell, 1923. First edition. [iv], 152pp, illustrated. Contents clean, with some soiling to title page. 8vo, with thin red card covers, battered but made good, illustrated to the front, adverts to rear and inside. With new red spine and label. VG.

Price: 60.00


more info
add to cart
Derek Sugden: edited by Rosemary Devine, Art Editor Desmond Wyeth:
Snape Concert Hall. The Arup Journal: Vol. 1. No. 4 June 1967.

London: Ove Arup & Partners, 1967. 28pp, including covers. A4 stapled booklet, 296 x 210mm, printed on glossy paper, richly illustrated with monochrome photographs and plans, and giving an account of Arup's project to convert the Snape Maltings into the Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Sugden supervised the acoustics. Contents clean and unmarked: some light soiling to cover. Very Good.

Price: 15.00


more info
add to cart
[Gyorgy Ligeti]:
Ligeti in Conversation - with Peter Varnai, Josef Hausler, Claude Samuel and himself.

London: Ernst Eulenberg, 1983. First English edition. 140pp, with a frontis portrait and a list of compositions. Very fresh, unread copy, free of marks. 22.5x15cms, in pictorial glossy card covers. These are similarly fresh, though with a small knock to the bottom corner of the front cover, and a price sticker on the back cover. The scarce first English printing, and a very fresh copy. Near Fine.

Price: 120.00


more info
add to cart
Edmund J. Goehring:
Three Modes of Perception in Mozart: The Philosophical, Pastoral, and Comic in Cosi fan tutte. Cambridge Studies in Opera.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press / CUP, 2004. First edition. xvi, [ii], 301pp, with musical illustrations. Contents very fresh and clean, appears unread. In the original black cloth-textured binding titled in gilt, clean, bright and sharp. In the protected pictorial dust jacket, crisp and bright and as new. Fine in fine dust-jacket.

Price: 70.00


more info
add to cart
Susan Youens:
Schubert's Late Lieder: Beyond the Song-Cycles.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press / CUP, 2006. First paperback edition. xv, 436pp, illustrated. Contents clean and fresh, appears unread. Large-format paperback, 24.2x17cms: mauve pictorial covers fresh and sharp. As new. Fine.

Price: 42.00


more info
add to cart
Opera North: Festival of Britten. [Programme book]

2013. Quarto softcover, 144pp, richly illustrated. Fresh, clean and sharp, with small crease to bottom corner of front cover. Excellent copy. Near Fine.

Price: 30.00


more info
add to cart
Browse Categories
Site by Bibliopolis