New York: Boosey and Hawkes, 1950. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Soft-covered volume collection of some of Bartok's essays and other commentators and artists reflecting on Bartok's compositions. Ilustrated with photographs and musical excerpts. Very small abrasion on the bottom left corner of the front panel, else fine. Scarce in this excellent condition.
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Tournai: Desclee & Company. Hardcover. Fine. Original blue leather boards, with lettering in gilt. No date. The book has a copyright date of 1949 but a previous owner has placed a very small mark on the corner of the paste-down indicating 1985, and this seems about right. The book is very clean, bright and solid with 222 pages of religious music.
Paris: Apud Jacobum Lecoffre, 1857. Hardcover. Very Good. Octavo, bound in original full smooth calf with spine decoration in gilt and gilt lettering on red spine label. The boards show wear at the corners and hinges but the book remains very strong. Original endpapers as well, again, showing wear and little looseness but remaining quite strong. 664 pp, plus index...
New York: Ginn & Company, 1937-1938. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Three small quarto volumes. Edited by Mabelle Glenn, Helen S. Leavitt, Victor L. F. Rebmann and Earl L. Baker. All volumes with a large full color frontispiece by N. C. Wyeth. There are 17 full page color illustrations by Wyeth. Contains Classicly themed pieces by Schubert, Brahms, Handel and...
Cambridge, MA: The Mediaeval Academy Of America, 1950. Hardcover. Fine. Large folio, bound in original green cloth. An extremely bright, clean and pleasing copy. Appears as new. With a Foreward by Paul Hindemith. Many musical examples in full color. A lovely book and a fine copy in all respects. The book is much too large for my scanner.