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L'OPERA ITALIANA NEL SECOLO XIX. Dono Aglie Abbonati del "Corriere della Sera". Edizione fuori commercio.

By Colombani, Alfredo 1869-1900.

Milano: Tipografia del Corriere della Sera, 1900. Illustrated by color plates and b&w reproductions, caricatures and drawings throughout. Only edition. Rebound period brown library cloth, yellow topstain. 4to (30cm). pp. vi, [4], 360. Indices. Very Good/No jacket, as issued/Ex-Lib. Discard bookplate of Radcliffe College Master School of Music Association, removed rear envelope and spine label. Gift of inscription, foxing starting internally with overall page toning. Produced for subscribers of Milan daily newspaper established in 1876 which became part of the Rizzoli group in the 1960's. Thorough review of Italian operatic composers Antonio Sacchini 1730-86 through Umberto Giordano 1867-1948, including performers and staging through art and ephemera. A sturdy, tight copy..

$75.00

LANDFRIEDE, Oper in 3 Akten frei nach Bauernfeld's gleichmamigem Lustspiele mit besonderer Bewilligung des Autors von H. S. von Mosenthal...Op.30 Vollstanndiger Auszug fur Gesang und Pianoforte, Der.
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LANDFRIEDE, Oper in 3 Akten frei nach Bauernfeld's gleichmamigem Lustspiele mit besonderer Bewilligung des Autors von H. S. von Mosenthal...Op.30 Vollstanndiger Auszug fur Gesang und Pianoforte, Der.

By Brull, Ignaz 1846-1907.

Berlin & Posen: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, n.d. [1878]. [c.1877 Marschner & Stephan] VN:11435. Contemporary red cloth backed cloth, gilt stamped topboard. 8vo. pp. 202. Fair. Front hinge and spine broken, heavily toned with some old tape repairs, several repeats blocked out with pencil. Merit as complete copy, scarce. Second opera (following the successful Das Goldene Kreus, The Golden Cross) with same librettist..

$10.00

[UNE FOLIE, opera en deux actes].
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[UNE FOLIE, opera en deux actes].

By Mehul, Etienne-Nicolas 1763-1817.

[Bonn]: [Simrock], [1802-04]. Assumed first edition. Bottom page markings: 383 (center), V.S. (right corner most pages)...Volti Subito. Contemporary black cloth, gilt stamped topboard. Oblong 4to (23x32cm). pp. 9-107. Very Good. Hinge open with several flat folds to pages. Operatic score, twelve (12) pieces, lacking title page and overture. The comic opera in two acts premiered 5 April 1802 in Paris at The Theatre Feydeau. Libretto by Jean-Nicholas Bouilly (1763-1842) with French and German text. Copy of Madame La Marquise de Nadaillac (Escars, Rosalie de Rancher, marquise de Nadaillac, duchesse d' 1761-1842) in gilt on topboard..

$1000.00

Little Music Library. THE STORY OF A HUNDRED OPERAS.
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Little Music Library. THE STORY OF A HUNDRED OPERAS.

By Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix.

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1940). (First thus) edition. (c.1913, 24mo, 264 pp, 3 pl). Red cloth, gilt print topboard. 24mo (13cm). pp. xi, 332. Very Good+/No jacket. Near fine internally, missing front fly leaf, "566020" stamped on rear pastedown. Handy little pocket reference from German composer. [Note: there were several uniform bindings issued when completing your set]..

$10.00

DON JUANITA, COMIC OPERA IN THREE ACTS. New Verson and Recitatives by Artur Bodanzky, Translated from the German by Alice Mattullath

By Suppe, Franz von, music and Camillo Walzel and Richard Genee, verse.

New York: Harms, 1931. First thus edition. Green cloth. 4to (29,5cm). pp. 301. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Library markings only flaws..

$65.00

TRAVIATA, (Lady of the Camellias) Opera in Three Acts, Words by Francesco Maria Piave, English version by Edward J. Dent, La.

By Verdi, Giuseppe.

London: Oxford University Press, (1958). Later edition. c.1944. Tan Stapled-wraps decorated red. Inscribed by OUP Pocket Opera Libretti Series. 12mo (18cm) . pp. 46. Very Good. Light cover soil, unmarked. Adapted from the Drama of Alexandre Dumas, the younger, entitled "La Dame Aux Camelias"..

$9.00

RINGS IN THE SAWDUST, An Operetta in Two Acts
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RINGS IN THE SAWDUST, An Operetta in Two Acts

By Clark, Palmer John, music and Estelle Merrymon Clark, libretto.

Chicago: Gamble Hinged Music, (1925). Illustrated by O.S. McLay cover. First edition. Stitched wraps. 26cm. pp. 110. Near Fine. Slight cock, and several tiny rear page curls..

$30.00

RIDDLE OF ISIS, A Musical Play in One Act, The.
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RIDDLE OF ISIS, A Musical Play in One Act, The.

By Stevens, David [Kilburn], 1860-1946, libretto by and Bendix Wilson, music by.

Boston: C. C. Birchard & Co, 1923. Assumed first edition. 1018 {voice and piano}. Gold illustrated wraps. 28cm. pp. 44. Very Good. Several centerfold pages pulled from staple, but complete. [50 minutes]..

$25.00

CRUDEL! PERCHE FINORA (Why answer to demurely?), Duet from "Le Nozze di Figaro" Act III.

By Mozart, W A. (Wolfgang Amadeus) 1719-1791.

New York: Oliver Ditson Co, n.d. {SB and piano}. Opera Songs Series. Folded sheet music. 31cm. pp. 7. Very Good. Toning..

$9.00

IN THIS SOLEMN HOUR (Solenne in quest 'ora) Vocal duet from "La Forza del Destino".

By Verdi, Giuseppi 1813-1901 English words by A. St. John Brenon.

New York: G. Ricordi, 1912. {T and piano} 114132. Folded sheet music. 31cm. pp. 5. Good. Toning, tape repaired folder joint, old vertical crease, several tiny tears. "Sung by Enrico Caruso and Antonio Scotti", English/Italian..

$9.00

CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA (Rustic Chivalry), Melodrama in One Act by G. Targioni-Tozzetti and G. Menasci (English Version by Nathan Haskell Dole), Vocal and Piano Score by L. Mugnone.

By Mascagni, Pietro, music by (1863-1945).

New York: (Milan, Eduardo Sonzogno) G. Schirmer, (1891). Illustrated by b/w port frontis. Stated Authorized, 9773 edition. (c.1889, prize competition). Stitched wraps, decorated cover. Imperial 8vo. pp. [viii], 146. Very Good-. Foxed cover, overall toning. Inside cover has spine white tape reinforcement housing music as a folder. Sporadic pencil checks in margins. Italian/English. First produced May 18, 1890 at the Costanzi Theatre in Rome..

$20.00

Operas of Alessandro Scarlatti, Volume One: ERACLEA. Harvard Publications in Music No. 6, The.

By Scarlatti, Alessandro 1659-1725, Donald Jay Grout, Ed.

Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1974. Edited by Donald Jay Grout. First thus edition. {voice and period instruments}. Stiff wraps. 4to. pp. 175, [36] Naples Libretto. Very Good. Light cover soil and edgewear with one bottom chip, internally fine and tight (no spine crease). Arrangements for 71 arias, etc; 8 substitutions of the Parma libretto; facsimile translation of the 1700 Naples libretto. ISBN: 0674640268..

$25.00

MESSIAH, The Wordbook for the Oratorio, Words selected from The Holy Scriptures by Charles Jennens, Paintings by Barry Moser, Introduction by Christopher Hogwood.

By Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759, music; Charles Jennens 1700-1773, libretto.

: Willa Perlman (HarperCollins), (1992). Illustrated by Jacket, frontis and 15 watercolors by Barry Moser (verso), Libretto with calligraphy by Reassurance Wunder (recto). Stated First (trade) edition. Cloth backed boards. 4to. pp. [48]. Fine/Near Fine/Unclipped price in mylar. Traces of wear to jacket. Red Scripture reference in margins. ISBN: 0060217790..

$25.00

BLAME IT ON THE WALTZ
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BLAME IT ON THE WALTZ

By Solman, Alfred, music by; Gus Kahn, lyric by.

New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co, 1926. Illustrated by color cover. first edition. Operatic edition 211-4 {piano and voice}. Sheet music. 4to. pp. 5, [1] Ad. Good. Large fold tear, short tears on inside sheet (Scan trim at sides and bottom)..

$15.00

JEAN DE RESZKE AND THE GREAT DAYS OF OPERA.

By Leiser, Clara with a foreword by Amherst Webber.

New York: Minton, Balch & Co, 1934. Illustrated by frontis and 25 b/w photographs and reproductions [on 19 plates] and 5 text reproductions. First (SD) edition. Red cloth, blind-stamped topboard emblem. Royal 8vo. pp. xiv, 337. Appendix, Index. Good/No jacket. Lightly soiled boards and fore-edge portions, one ending in traces of old dampstain on the pages and edges of most pages from pp. 301 on. Sound hinges, no writing or ownership. Reading copy with Philip Morris English Ovals Cigarettes Special Insert Coupon laid in as found for book mark. Jean Meczislaw De Reszke 1850-1925, brother Edouard b.1855, sister Josephine d.1891..

$20.00

Aspects of Modern Opera, Estimates and Inquiries.

By Gilman, Lawrence.

New York/London: John Lane Co., /The Bodley Head, 1909. second thus printing edition. c.1908 London. Portions previously appearing in Harper's Weekly and The Musician. Green ribbed cloth stamped gilt, uncut. Globe 8vo. pp. 215, [1] colophon. Near Fine/No jacket. Traces of cap and corner rub. Introductory: The Wagnerian Aftermath, A View of Puccini, Strauss' Salome: Its Art and Its Morals, A Perfect Music-Drama..

$25.00

MY MANY LIVES.
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MY MANY LIVES.

By Lehmann, Lotte.

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, (1948). Translated by Frances Holden from the German. Illustrated by pp.[16] b/w photographs. First (NAP) edition. Pale blue linen, stamped silver. 8vo. pp. 262. VG+/VG-/Unclipped price in mylar. Light edgewear, overall page toning in jacket with shallow edge chips and tears, rubbed at folds, toned rear..

$25.00

GOLDEN CHILD, A Libretto by Paul Engle For an Opera Composed by Philip Bezanson with photographs from the telecast premiere on the Hallmark Hall of Fame.

By Bezanson & Engle.

Kansas City, MI: Hallmark Cards, December 1960. Illustrated by b/w photographs. First thus edition. first performed 1959 as "Western Child". Brown checked paper covered boards, paper spine and topboard titles. 8vo. pp. 61. Very Good/In like jacket/No price in mylar. Minor board bumps in jacket with edgewear and rear soil, one short closed rear tear..

$25.00

GYPSY LOVE SONG (Sumber on, my little gypsy sweetheart) from The Fortune Teller.

By Herbert, Victor, Music and Harry B. Smith, Lyric.

New York: M. Witmark & Sons, (1907). First thus edition. 1492 Operatic Series {piano and voice, baritone or mezzo-soprano in C}. Sheet music. 4to. pp. [2], 4. Good. Short tears, tape repair on fold, toning. Includes page of Harry B. Smith lyrics in verse..

$10.00

LOHENGRIN, Opera in Three Acts

By Wagner, Richard.

New York: Fred. Rullman, Inc, n.d. Libretto printed for the Metropolitan Opera House Grand Opera. Kirsten Flagstad rear cover. Stapled-wrap, grey cover. Small 4to. pp. 36, 37-40 "O! Night of Love" music notation. Near Fine. Original German with correct English translation..

$9.00

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