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Stanford: Stanford University. 1950. 310pp. Hard bound. Printed at the Ward Ritchie Press. A near fine copy. A catalogue of the collection of musical manuscripts and of engraved scores inscribed by great composers made possible by the interest and generosity of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Keating. Conceived as a memorial to Stanford' s alumni who gave their lives in Worl War II.
86 + 77pp. Wrps. Revised edition. A v.g. copy.
Farnborough, Hants, England:Gregg Press Limited. 1967. Facsimile reprint of the 3rd edition, Paris of 1712. Aside from some light foxing scattered throughout, a very good, clean copy. Light blue boards show some mottling and a bit of sun-fading to rear board.
[Boston]: H. M. Teich and Co. (1949). 108pp. Illus. With dust jacket. Autographed by the author. A very good copy. Dust jacket, however, frayed. Conductors, players and soloists, in action pencil sketches and human interest commentary.
[Farnborough, Hants, England: Gregg Press. 1966]. Hardcover, no jacket. 142pp. Facsimile reprint of The Plainsong & Mediaeval Music Society edition of 1934. We obtained this copy directly from the publisher, it has never been privately owned. Very Good condition. Some discoloration of the blue cloth boards. Gilt titliing to spine is bright, and tips are unbumped. Faint dust spotting to page edges. The contents are as new; clean, bright, and unmarked, with sharp corners. The binding is square and tight. (cfm)
Westmead:The Gregg Press. (1966). 195pp. Wrps. Covers are only lightly worn at the edges and are otherwise clean and in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. *Reprint of Franz Liszt's MUSSIKALISCHE WERKE, Vol. 2:PIANOFORTEWERKE. BAND VI:WANDERJAHRE. ANNEES DE PELERINAGE.
(London):The Sylvan Press. (1947).[1-6], 7-214pp.With 60 illustrations. With dust jacket. Front and back end-papers medium foxed. Internally very good, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket lightly soiled and frayed with small tears. All together a very good copy.
Prepared by the Committee on Historical Research. Philadelphia:Printed for the Society (Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America). 1926, 1927, 1938, and 1947. 3 Volumes in 4. 261pp, 291pp, 576pp. Profusely illustrated. Vol. 1-3 have sun-faded boards but otherwise all volumes are in very good, clean condition. S015.
Westmead:The Gregg Press. (1966). 108pp. Wrps. Covers are only lightly worn at the edges and spine, but are otherwise clean and in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. This is a very good copy. *Reprint of Franz Lists MUSIKALISCHE WERKE, Vol. 2: PIANOFORTEWERKE, BAND V: AUS DER WANDERZEIT DU TEMPS DE PELERINAGE.
6pp. Fine copy. Music by Jimmy McHugh. From LOVE IN THE ROUGH. Directed by Charles F. Resner. Starring Robert Montgomery and Dorothy Jordan.
HARMONICA SACRA: OR, DIVINE HYMNS AND DIALOGUES: WITH A THROUGH-BASS FOR THE THEORBO-LUTE, BASS-VIOL, HARPSICHORD, OR ORGAN
2 vols. in one. Ridgewood, NJ:The Gregg Press. (1966). Facsimile reprint of London 1726 edition. 130, 112pp. Blue boards lightly mottled. Some light foxing to prelims, otherwise a very good clean copy.
JOHN BROWN'S BODY LIES A MOULDERING IN THE GRAVE, THE POPULAR CIVIL WAR SONG WHICH ORIGINATED AT FORT WARREN, BOSTON HARBOR.
Boston:The Society for the Preservation of New Englnd Antiquities. 1942. Wrps. *Pp. 98-100. In OLD-TIME NEW ENGLAND, Vol. XXXII. Cover lightly soiled, else in very good condition.
(Holland): Uitgeverij Uniepers Abcoude. (1991). 187pp. Illus. A very good to near fine copy. "A jukebox's appearance arouses fascination, its sound captivates the ear, and those with attractive light and color display add life and movement to their surroundings. This book - compiled by two authorities on jukeboxes - goes back to the early days of the jukebox phenomenon and looks a everything that has happened since." In very good to fine condition.
Farnborough Hants., England: Gregg Press Limited.1966. Hardcover, no jacket. 437pp. Reprint of Paris, 1872 edition. French language. This copy is in Very Good+ condtion. Blue cloth boards have some spots and sunfading, and there are faint dust spots to page edges. Inside the contents are in fine condition. The page are clean and unmarked, with sharp edges and no foxing. The binding is square and tight. We acquired this book directly from the publisher, it has never been privately owned. The complete works of Adam de la Halle, with foot-notes. (cfm)
Binding lightly soiled at the edges, otherwise a very good clean tight copy.
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