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Buildings for Music: The Architect, the Musician, and the Listener from the 17th Century to the Present Day by  Michael Forsyth - First Edition - 1985 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.com

Buildings for Music: The Architect, the Musician, and the Listener from the 17th Century to the Present Day

by Forsyth, Michael

Condition: Fine /Very Good


U.S.A.: The MIT Press. Hardcover. 0262060892 381 pages. Index. Bibliography. Footnotes. Wonderfully illustrated in black and white. "Examines the effect of musical taste and style on architecture and the reciprocal influence that buildings and their acoustics have had on musical performance and composition." - from dust jacket. Book clean, bright and unmarked with lightest wear. Minor wear and slight loss to dust jacket which is now preserved in a glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A high-quality copy. . Fine. 1985. First Edition.




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