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The Victor Book of the Symphony

by O'Connell, Charles

Condition: Good


Simon and Schuster, 1941. (Revised) Ex-library, (Christian Brothers Academy Library). Heavy book, dark brown cloth, gilt lettering dulled on spine, 647 lightly browned pages plus brief biographical note, section of b/w photos of modern conductors and musicians. Foreword by Leopold Stokowski with his facsmile signature. Very slight surface wear to tips, spine very slightly faded. Good, considering it is an ex-library.. Cloth. Good. Ex-Library.

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