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114 Songs (First Edition)

114 Songs (First Edition)

by Charles E. Ives

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Redding, CT: Charles Ives, 1922. First Edition. First Edition. Second issue, in publisher's blue cloth with titles and rule in gilt on the front board and spine, and with pages 37-39 printed, and no dust jacket as issued. Fine condition. A collection of avant-garde short pieces in every imaginable format (marches, violin sonatas, group sing-a-longs, etc.) written by Ives using the poetry of Walt Whitman, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Wordsworth, Keats, James Fenimore Cooper, and others as lyrics. Notable as much for musical content as for the long essay by Ives at the rear regarding his typically involved conceptual intentions for this particular gathering of compositions. An eccentric publication by one of our greatest and certainly most eccentric twentieth century composers.
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24 [Vierundzwanzig] Stunden aus dem Leben [Twenty-four hours in the life of a woman] (Typescript...
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24 [Vierundzwanzig] Stunden aus dem Leben [Twenty-four hours in the life of a woman] (Typescript of novel, with corrections by Lil Dagover)

by Stefan [Stephan] Zweig (author); Lil Dagover (actress, reader)

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N.p.: N.p., 1960. Bound carbon typescript of Stefan Zweig's 1927 novella, made for the purpose of use by German actress Lil Dagover for her reading of same for the 1963 German LP, "Lil Dagover spricht Stefan Zweig." Dagover's name is in blue manuscript ink on the front board, then again with her German address on the front endpaper, then only her name once again on the title page. With Dagover's manuscript corrections to the text on virtually every recto, and, when a rewrite of a passage was required, on the verso to the of a given typescript passage on the recto. Typescript is accompanied by the resulting recording by Dagover, the original German issue by Deustsche Grammophon, released in 1963. One of the most famous works by Zweig, an Austrian Jew who was a passionate collector of autograph manuscripts, maintained close friendships with the likes of Sigmund Freud and Richard Strauss, and whose prose took on the dual concerns of daily life and the impact of politics on everyday people. This… Read More
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35 vernacular photographs of the Cecil Young Quartet, including three with Sarah Vaughan, circa 1951
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35 vernacular photographs of the Cecil Young Quartet, including three with Sarah Vaughan, circa 1951

by [Jazz] Cecil Young Quartet, Sarah Vaughan (subjects)

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N.p.: N.p., 1951. Collection of 35 small format vernacular photographs of members of the Cecil Young Quartet, including three of Sarah Vaughan, circa 1951. Thirty-one photographs show Young and bandmates Gerald Brashear, Jimmie Rodgers, and Traff Hubert, one photograph shows Young, Rodgers, and Hubert backstage, and three photographs show Vaughan, likely backstage at the Birdland Jazz Club, where the quartet opened for Vaughan in 1951. "The swingin'est Bop I've ever heard" is how Nat King Cole described the Cecil Young Quartet, who exploded onto the Seattle jazz scene in 1950. Young formed the quartet in 1950 alongside tenor saxophonist and bongo player Gerald Brashear, drummer Jimmie Rodgers, and bassist Traff Hubert. Recordings of the quartet's 1951 gigs at the Metropolitan Theatre and the Ladies Music Club got the attention of King Records' Sid Nathan, who quickly signed the act and released their 1951 debut album "A Concert of Cool Jazz." The album did well throughout the Seattle area,… Read More
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4 [Four] for Texas (Original contact sheet from the 1963 film)

4 [Four] for Texas (Original contact sheet from the 1963 film)

by Robert Aldrich (director, screenwriter); Teddi Sherman (screenwriter); Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Anita Ekberg, Ursula Andress, Charles Bronson, Victor Buono (starring)

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Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1963. Vintage contact sheet from the 1963 film, showing six images of actors Frank Sinatra and Anita Ekberg during filming. Two sharpshooters duel over a large amount of cash carried by a railway official, and eventually settle their differences by opening a casino. Shot on location in Mojave and Cantil, California. 11 x 6.75 inches. Near Fine. Pitts 1422.
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50 Songs (First Edition)

50 Songs (First Edition)

by Charles Ives

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Redding, CT: C.E. Ives, 1922. First Edition. First Edition. A self-published volume of songs by Charles Ives, selected from a volume published earlier the same year, titled "114 Songs." Like "114 Songs," this was printed for distribution among the composer's friends, and judging from the small number of copies in world libraries (OCLC locates 12 libraries with copies, whereas 106 are listed with copies of "114 Songs"), it must surely have had a much smaller printing. A selection of "folk songs" by Ives, many dedicated to the work of literary greats of the generation that preceded him (Shelley, Wordsworth, Goethe, Longfellow). Characteristically, simple melody lines are played against a complex and sometimes argumentative accompaniment. Very Good in tan paper-covered boards, with a brown quarter-binding, moderately worn at the corners, brief spotting on the front board, and a touch of wear to the paper spine label, firm and clean overall. Contemporary owner name in fountain pen at the top right… Read More
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50 Years of the Gibson Les Paul (First Edition)

50 Years of the Gibson Les Paul (First Edition)

by Tony Bacon

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San Francisco: Backbeat Books, 2002. First Edition. First Edition, trade softcover. Photo-illustrated throughout. Near Fine in illustrated wrappers with French flaps.
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The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (Four original photographs from the 1953 film)
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The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (Four original photographs from the 1953 film)

by Dr. Seuss [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (story, conception, screenwriter); Roy Rowland (director); Allan Scott (screenwriter); Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried (starring)

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1953. Four vintage studio still photographs from the 1953 film, one with "Collection Marcel OMS" stamp on the verso. The only feature film written by Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss), who wrote the story, co-wrote the screenplay and the lyrics to songs. A Technicolor musical fantasy about a boy (Tommy Rettig) who dreams he is a world ruled by a diabolical piano teacher, Dr. Terwilliker (Hans Conried), forever enslaving children and forcing them to play a piano so immense, it takes 500 children to play it. Nominated for one Academy Award. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, with pinholes and light creasing to corners. Rosenbaum 1000. Weldon 1983.
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The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (Original photograph from the 1953 film)

The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (Original photograph from the 1953 film)

by Dr. Seuss [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (story, conception, screenwriter); Roy Rowland (director); Van Pelt (photographer); Allan Scott (screenwriter); Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried, Tommy Rettig (starring)

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Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1952. Vintage publicity photograph of Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) and young actor Tommy Rettig from the 1953 film. The only feature film written by Geisel (Dr. Seuss), who wrote the story, co-wrote the screenplay and the lyrics to songs. A Technicolor musical fantasy about a boy (Rettig) who dreams he is a world ruled by a diabolical piano teacher, Dr. Terwilliker (Hans Conried), forever enslaving children and forcing them to play a piano so immense, it takes 500 children to play it. Nominated for one Academy Award. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine. Rosenbaum 1000.
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Absolute Beginners (Original screenplay for the 1986 film musical)
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Absolute Beginners (Original screenplay for the 1986 film musical)

by David Bowie (starring); Julien Temple (director); Richard Burridge, Christopher Wicking, Don Macpherson (screenwriters); Colin MacInnes (novel); Eddie O'Connell, Patsy Kensit (starring)

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London: Palace [Absolute Beginners] Limited, 1985. Final Draft script for the 1985 musical film. Single manuscript ink annotation to the title page. Based on the 1959 novel. A rock musical set in London during the late 1950s, following two former lovers on their parallel paths to fame. David Bowie, an acquaintance of director Julien Temple, agreed to write a single for the film if he could also play the part of flashy ad executive Vendice Partners, resulting in the hit single "Absolute Beginners." Goldenrod untitled wrappers with a die-cut title window in the British style. Title page present, dated 9th May 1985, noted as Final Draft, with credits for director Julien Temple, screenwriters Richard Burridge, Christopher Wicking, and Don Macpherson, and additional dialogue credits to Terry Johnson. 124 leaves, with last page of text numbered 123. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.
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Alex Chilton at Max's Thursday, April 21, 1977 (Original flyer)

Alex Chilton at Max's Thursday, April 21, 1977 (Original flyer)

by [Alex Chilton]

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New York: Max's Kansas City, 1977. Original flyer for a performance by Alex Chilton at the legendary Max's Kansas City on Thursday, April 21, 1977, squarely in the midst of Chilton's No Wave tenure in Manhattan. Located at 213 Park Avenue South in New York City, Max's Kansas City served as a gathering place for musicians, poets, artists, and politicians in the 1960s and 1970s. In its earliest days, Max's was the choice hangout for artists of the New York School, whose presence attracted an additional layer of jet set due to its location in the city. It was also a favorite hangout of Andy Warhol and his entourage, who dominated the back room. Members of the glam rock scene also held residence, including David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, and Alice Cooper. The Velvet Underground played there regularly, followed in time by Patti Smith, the New York Dolls, and the earliest bands in the New York punk scene. Max's closed at the end of 1974 as popularity among the art and glam crowd was in decline. Ed… Read More
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Alice's Restaurant (Three original photographs from the 1969 film)
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Alice's Restaurant (Three original photographs from the 1969 film)

by Arlo Guthrie, Michael McLanahan, Patricia Quinn, James Broderick, Pete Seeger (starring); Arthur Penn (director, screenwriter); Venable Herndon (screenwriter)

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Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1969. Collection of five vintage borderless reference photographs taken on the set of the 1969 film. Included are: (1) a shot of Arlo Guthrie on a motorcycle next to Michael McLanahan, (2) a shot of director Arthur Penn, producer Hillard Elkins and another crew member on motorcycles, (3) a shot of McLanahan, Penn, and actress Patricia Quinn working on a scene, (4) Guthrie with Quinn, and (5) Guthrie with a donkey and members of the cast. Based on Arlo Guthrie's 1967 folk protest song, a narrative loosely based on Guthrie's own experiences being jailed for littering and later using the record of his arrest to escape the Vietnam draft. Set and shot on location in New York and Massachusetts. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Ann Dupont (Original photograph, circa 1940)

Ann Dupont (Original photograph, circa 1940)

by Ann Dupont (subject)

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N.p.: N.p., 1940. Vintage sepia tone photograph of clarinet player and swing band leader Ann Dupont. United States involvement in World War II created the perfect storm for a staggering increase in the number of "all-girl" big bands in the early 1940s. As male musicians were frequently getting drafted, and those left behind on the home front sought musical entertainment as a means of coping, hundreds of of female dance bands sprang up to fill the need. Woefully their memory has largely been lost to history, alongside many other women who took other jobs that were traditionally considered "men's work." 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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The Apple Tree (Original script for the 1966 play)

The Apple Tree (Original script for the 1966 play)

by Mark Twain (author); Frank R. Stockton (author); Jules Feiffer (author); Mike Nichols (director); Jerry Bock (book, music), Sheldon Harnick (book, lyrics), Jerome Coopersmith (book); Alan Alda, Larry Blyden, Barbara Harris, Carmen Alvarez (starring)

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New York: Stuart Company, 1966. Draft script for the 1966 Broadway musical. A series of three playlets tied together by themes, such as dissatisfaction with getting what one wants, and repeated references or design elements, such as the color brown. Each playlet based on an existing work, with the first act based on "The Diary of Adam and Eve" by Mark Twain, the second based on "The Lady, or the Tiger?" by Frank R. Stockton, and the final act based on "Passionella" by Jules Feiffer. The musical first premiered at the Shubert Theater on October 18, 1966 and ran for 463 performances before closing November 25, 1967, directed by Mike Nichols, and starring Alan Alda, Barbara Harris, and Larry Blyden. Nominated for seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Direction of a Musical for Nichols, and Best Actor in a Musical for Alda, and winning Best Actress in a Musical for Harris. Revived December 14, 2006 by the Roundabout Theatre Company, running for 99 performances through March 11, 2007,… Read More
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Archive of six original photographs of opera star Anna Moffo
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Archive of six original photographs of opera star Anna Moffo

by Anna Moffo (subject); Tulio Farabola, Louis Melcancon, et al (photographers)

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N.p.: N.p., 1960. Archive of six vintage photographs of opera singer Anna Moffo, all taken circa late 1950s and early 1960s. American-born opera singer Anna Moffo was one the leading coloratura sopranos of her generation, debuting on the Italian stage in 1955 and achieving lasting fame there after appearing on Italian television as Cio-Cio San in a 1956 production of "Madame Butterfy." She returned to the United States the following year, and made her debut at the New York Metropolitan Opera in 1959. She would perform there for the next 17 seasons, while often returning to Italy, where she hosted an eponymous television show, and starred in film versions of "La traviata" (1968) and "Lucia di Lammermoor" (1971), as well as dramatic roles in films and television. Photographs range in size from 5 x 7 to 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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Archive of 24 original photographs of Eminem for Rolling Stone
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Archive of 24 original photographs of Eminem for Rolling Stone

by David LaChapelle (photographer); Eminem (subject)

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N.p.: N.p., 1999. Archive of 24 vintage color photographs of Eminem by David LaChapelle, taken for the April 29, 1999 issue of "Rolling Stone" magazine. None of the photographs here were published in the issue, nor do they appear on the LaChapelle Studio website, nor elsewhere for sale. manuscript ink numbers on the verso of each photograph. Eminem's first "Rolling Stone" cover, shot in March 1999, one month after the release of his major label debut, "The Slim Shady LP," which would rocket the former underground rapper to the heights of critical and commercial success, winning a Grammy and being certified quadruple platinum along the way. In the magazine's 50th Anniversary Photo Issue (November 2, 2017), LaChappelle notes Eminem "was about to blow up," a moment captured by the iconic photographs, which show both before and after photographs of an otherwise nude Eminem holding a stick of dynamite. 10 x 8 inches. Some of the photographs with faint scratches to the rectos from the ink annotations… Read More
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Archive of photographs of country music acts, circa 1970s
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Archive of photographs of country music acts, circa 1970s

by [Country Music] Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Hank Snow, June Carter Cash, The Carter Family, Minnie Pearl, Tanya Tucker, Tammy Wynette, Wanda Jackson, Bobby Goldsboro, Crystal Gayle, Donna Fargo, Freddy Fender, Jeannie C. Riley,

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N.p.: N.p., 1970. Archive of 288 vernacular color photographs of country music acts from the 1970s, housed in a contemporary photo album, with the subject of nearly every photograph identified by manuscript ink captions. Occasional additional notations give a date range between 1972-1980 for the photographs, with most being dated 1977-1979. The photographs primarily consist of performers on stage, indicating the photographer was near the stage, with a strong sense of composition and timing. Photographs of performers casually posing for the camera indicate the photographer likely had backstage access for some of the performances. Based on additional information in some of the handwritten captions, the photographs were primarily taken at concerts or events in the Western New York region, - Chautauqua, Dunkirk, Little Valley, and Lakewood - all within an hour of each other, as well as the nearby Erie County (NY) Fair and Expo, and Pittsfield, PA. Other locations include the New York State Fair and… Read More
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Archive of photographs featuring Chubby Checker on stage, circa 1963
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Archive of photographs featuring Chubby Checker on stage, circa 1963

by Michael Montfort (photographer); Chubby Checker (subject)

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N.p.: N.p., 1963. Archive of eleven double weight photographs of Chubby Checker in concert, apparently unpublished, by noted photographer Michael Montfort, from his estate. All but one of the photographs are bear the stamp of German weekly newspaper "Bild am Sonntag" crediting Montfort, and a separate date stamp of "5.8.63." Born in Freiburg, Germany, Michael Montfort began his career working as a photojournalist for German magazines such as "Stern," "Quick," and "Bild am Sonntag." In addition to shooting numerous rock and jazz performances, he covered Queen Elizabeth's 1965 visit to Germany, the aftermath of the Six Day War in Israel and Egypt, and the May 1968 protests in Paris. Montfort emigrated to Los Angeles in 1973 and began working as a freelancer. Four years later, on assignment for the German literary magazine "Rogners," Montfort was sent to photograph Charles Bukowski. Aided by the case of wine he smartly brought with him to their first meeting, Montfort connected with the publicity-shy… Read More
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Archive of 7 original photographs of Alligator Records artists, circa 1970s
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Archive of 7 original photographs of Alligator Records artists, circa 1970s

by [Alligator Records] Ed Williams, Lonnie Brooks, Maurice John Vaughn, and Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials (subjects)

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Chicago: Alligator Records, 1970. Archive of seven vintage promotional photographs for Alligator Records recording artists, circa 1970s. Founded in 1970, independent blues label Alligator Records continues to release music to this day. Included are images of Ed Williams, Lonnie Brooks, Maurice John Vaughn, and Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials. 8 x 10 inches. Fine.
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Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, 1969
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Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, 1969

by [Woodstock]

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Woodstock, NY: N.p., 1969. Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, including a bifold brochure advertising the festival's original dates (August 15-17) with two flyers for "Inflatatent" and the third day of the festival laid in, a small blue pin with the festival's logo designed by Arnold Skolnick, and several cards with manuscript ink annotations noting the names and contact information of festival organizers. Also included in the archive is the 1969 special issue of RAT Subterranean News which was distributed for free at the festival. Woodstock was organized by promoters Michael Lang, Artie Kornfeld, Joel Rosenman, and John P. Roberts. The festival, initially planned for August 15, 16, and 17 in Wallkill, NY, had a predicted audience of approximately 50,000 people, leaving the organizers woefully unprepared for the 400,000 attendants who showed up for the event. After protests from Wallkill town officials and several changes of venue, the festival was held in Bethel, New… Read More
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Archive of 80 original photographs of opera star Anna Moffo
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Archive of 80 original photographs of opera star Anna Moffo

by Anna Moffo (subject); Tulio Farabola, Sandro Morriconi, Giancarlo Scalfati, Luigi Vaghi, Louis Melcancon, Mark Hagmann, et al (photographers)

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N.p.: N.p., 1960. Archive of 38 double weight and 42 single weight vintage photographs, 39 of which are oversize, of opera singer Anna Moffo, all taken circa late 1950s and early 1960s. The majority of the photographs have stamps or other markings identifying the several photographers represented in the collection. 6 photos shown, images for the remainder can be seen on request. American-born opera singer Anna Moffo was one the leading coloratura sopranos of her generation, debuting on the Italian stage in 1955 and achieving lasting fame there after appearing on Italian television as Cio-Cio San in a 1956 production of "Madame Butterfly." She returned to the United States the following year, and made her debut at the New York Metropolitan Opera in 1959. She would perform there for the next 17 seasons, while often returning to Italy, where she hosted an eponymous television show, and starred in film versions of "La traviata" (1968) and "Lucia di Lammermoor" (1971), as well as dramatic roles in… Read More
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