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Metamorfozy, Metamophosen, Metamorphosis, Les Metamorphoses by  Eugen Suchon - Paperback - 1959 - from Veery Books and Biblio.co.uk

Metamorfozy, Metamophosen, Metamorphosis, Les Metamorphoses

by Suchon, Eugen

Condition: Very Good


Bratislava, Czechoslovakia: Slovenske vydavatel'svo krasnej literatury, 1959. :Variations on own themes in form of symphonic suite for full orchestra. 153 pp., folio, full score. Some wear to wraps, light print-through on pages. In five movements. Suchon (1908-1993) was ''the last member of the generation of composers that created an identifiable Slovak art music from the romantic composers of the region in the 19th century and the school of early Czech nationalism, a generation which will be best remembered by the triumvirate of Alexander Moyzes (1906-1984) and Jan Cikker (1911-1989), of which Suchon was the middle and perhaps most influential member. Wordlcat locates 7 copies.. Wraps. Very Good. Folio - 13'' X 10.5''.
  • Bookseller: Veery Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 001029
  • Title: Metamorfozy, Metamophosen, Metamorphosis, Les Metamorphoses
  • Author: Suchon, Eugen
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Slovenske vydavatel'svo krasnej literatury
  • Place: Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
  • Date published: 1959
  • Keywords: Orchestral Works, 20th-century Music
  • Bookseller catalogs: 20th-century Music; Orchestral Works;
  • Size: Folio - 13'' X 10.5'

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