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London: Chappell [PN 24514], 1911. Quarto. Full textured maroon cloth flexible boards with titling blindstamped to upper, original publisher's printed wrappers bound in. [i] (title), [ii] (printer's statement), [iii] (dramatis personae), [iv] (contents), 225, [iii] (publisher's advertisements) pp. Small composer's facsimile signature handstamp to title. Binding slightly worn; wrappers slightly soiled, with previous owner's signature to upper. Title slightly foxed.

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London: Chappell [PN 24514], 1910. Quarto. 1f. (recto title, verso printer's note), 1f. (recto cast list, verso contents), 208, [iv] (publisher's advertisements) pp. Small composer's facsimile signature handstamp to title. Lacking wrappers. Slightly worn; title soiled; one leaf torn; spine reinforced with tape.

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London: Chappell [PN 24514], 1911. Quarto. 1f. (recto title, verso printer's note), 1f. (recto cast list, verso contents), 212 pp. Small composer's facsimile signature handstamp to title at lower. Lacking wrappers; spine reinforced with old paper tape with titling in green marker. Somewhat worn; title with minor tears to edges and small stain.

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Paris: Marchant, 1842. A significant contribution to the iconography of the period, offering important evidence of contemporary performers and theatrical costume.. Two volumes bound in one. Quarto. Full gilt-ruled dark green morocco with raised bands on spine in blindstamped compartments, titling gilt, inner dentelles gilt, dark green endpapers with doublure pattern. Each volume consists of 3 preliminary leaves plus 40 full-page plates and 162 pp. of text, for a total of 80 fine lithographic portraits of dancers, singers, and actors in role portraits, finely-printed on china paper and laid down to mounts. With biographical essays on each subject, including: Dancers Perrot, Elssler, Taglioni, Thillon, Leroux, and Grisi Singers Deburau, Duprez, Fargueil, Aine, Levasseur, Rubini, Persiani, Prevost, Damoreau, Lafont, Lablache, Grisi, Tamburini, Klein (singer and actor), Stolz, Thillon, Chollet, Roger, Mario, and Dorus-Gras Actors Rachel, M. Melingue, Plessy, Mme. Melingue, Achard, Doze, Odry, Lepeintre Jeu ... Read more

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Quartet No. 3. [Full score]

DIEREN, Bernard van 1887-1936

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London: Oxford University Press, 1928. First Edition. OCLC no. 48700974. "At the core of [van Dieren's] output are the six string quartets," whose "harmonic language varies from Schoenbergian atonality... to melting Delian chords; especially noteworthy are the exquisite cadences. Thematic material is always economically employed, while, as Gray pointed out, each work demonstrates 'an entirely separate line of thought'." Dieren was a Dutch composer active in England, and a personal friend of Frederic Delius. "His influence may be detected in particular in the music of his pupils Warlock and William Busch, of his friends Moeran and Lambert, and indeed of later composers as disparate as ApIvor and Stevenson." Alastair Chrisholm in Grove Music Online.. Large octavo. Original publisher's decorative brown wrappers. 1f. (printed note regarding accidentals), 74 pp. With a printed dedication to Frederic Delius to upper margin of p. 1. Errata list tipped in between p ... Read more

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Offenbach: I. André [PN 115], 1786. Probable First Edition. Matthäus p. 142. Not in BUC. RISM H5962 (no copies in the U.S.). WorldCat and KVK (1 copy only, at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich). Part of a series, "Elite de nouveaux Quatuors periodiques de divers Auteurs / Pour deux Violon, Alto & Violoncello Livre 3 (No. VII, VIII, IX)." The quartets nos. VII (by Cambini) and VIII (by Boccherini) are not present.. Folio. Disbound. Violino primo: [i] (blank), 6-8 pp.; Violino secondo: [i] (blank), 6-8 pp.; Viola: [i] (illustrated title printed from a small-format plate), 6-8 pp.; Violoncello: [i] (blank), 6-8 pp. Engraved. Watermark coat of arms. In D major. "No. 20" in contemporary manuscript to each first page; "Hoffmeister" to first page of Violino secondo and Violoncello parts. Blank leaves somewhat soiled; Viola part slightly torn at spine.

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Paris: Magasin de Musique Dirigé par Mrs. Chrubini, Mehul, Kreutzer, Rode, Nicolo et Boieldieu [PN 308], 1804. Rare. WorldCat (1 copy only, at the Koninklijke bibliotheek, The Hague, with "Isouard" instead of "Nicolo" in the imprint). Dated according to plate number and imprint (see Devriès-Lesure I, p. 117). "Nicolo" was Isouard's first name, occasionally used as his pen name. "[French] violinist and composer... Rode had a short but brilliant career. As one of the great virtuosos of his time he... was celebrated in all European capitals (except London)... Rode's compositions are almost exclusively devoted to his instrument... As Rode was closely attached to the string quartets of Haydn and Mozart as a... performer, he also practiced the genre as a composer and wrote attractive works, which, however, are clearly in the French tradition of the Quatuor brillant, as the first violin dominates and the other strings only accompany." Manuela Jahrmä ... Read more

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Possibly used in preparation of the published edition. An American composer, "in the early 1930s Riegger had been a highly selfconscious radical pioneer; this was still the case 25 years later, although he could no longer be considered avant-garde. He spoke regularly on attitudes towards innovation in music, but the contemporary explorations of total serialism, indeterminacy and electronics left him unmoved, even when undertaken by friends of long standing (Cage and Luening) or by pupils (Feldman). Even so, given the prevailing neo-classicism of most American music of the day and the fact that only in the late 1950s did dodecaphony become a standard compositional tool, his continued reputation for radicalism was justified." Stephen Spackman in Grove Music Online. The piano quintet op. 47, commissioned for the Stanley Quartet by the University of Michigan, was composed in 1950-1951.. Folio. Unbound. 63 pp. On onionskin. With cuts and overpastes; printed note to foot of first page of music compl ... Read more

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Hamburg... Wien: Aug. Cranz... C.A. Spina [PN 5316], 1875. "As a composer Reinecke was best known for his numerous piano compositions, representing virtually every musical form of the time and, despite being influenced by Mendelssohn's melodic style, was stylistically nearer to Schumann... Gifted in many fields, he was also a talented painter and poet. His lucidly written books and essays contain many observations still of interest." Reinhold Sietz in Grove Music Online.. Folio. Black cloth-backed plain blue wrappers with title labels in manuscript to uppers. [1] (title) 2-47; 8; 8; 8; 8 pp. Lithographic transfer. Wrappers slightly worn and with occasional small edge tears and chips. Small handstamps and labels of The Tonkünstler Society and New England Conservatory to wrappers and music.

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Paris: Société Musicale G. Astruc & Cie., Enoch & Cie. [PN g. 281. a.], 1908. Second version. "Quo vadis? was Nouguès's most celebrated work and is a large-scale affair dealing with the plight of Christian martyrs in Rome." Richard Langham Smith in Grove Music Online. Folio. Half black calf with marbled boards, titling gilt to spine. [i] (half-title), [i] (copyright note), 1f. (recto title, verso blank), [i] (notes on first performance with named cast lists for performances in both Nice and Paris), [ii] (contents), [i] (blank), 270 pp, Binding worn, scuffed, and bumped; spine slightly defective; joints splitting. Several signatures loose; occasional foxing.

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