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    Bloud by J.B. Foerster

    Signed by the composer J.B. Foerster, Bloud or The Fool, an opera (Op. 158) Josef Bohuslav Foerster, known as J.B. Foerster, (30 December 1859 to 29 May 1951) was a Czech composer. Bloud or The Fool is an opera (Op. 158) published by Foersterova Spolecnost in 1939 in Prague. He wrote 3 operas. It is about seven paintings and on the subject of stories about two old men Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoyby. It was first performed on 28 February 1936 in the National Theatre in Prague. This is a First Edition, and is in great condition. There is a small tear to the top of the spine. It is 31 X 23.5 cm and weighs 350 grams and has 87 pages. It is the vocal score with piano. It is signed with a dedication by the author and dated 3 February 1951, only a few months before his death. A rare and collectable signature.


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    Seigepriesen du lauschige Nacht by Ziehrer, C.M

    Ziehrer, C.M. Seigepriesen du lauschige Nacht .34 x 26 cm. 60 grms. 7pp .


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    Il Templario. by Otto Nicolai

    Il Templario. Otto Nicolai. 1810-1849. Publisher. On front cover, Brandus et Cie. (Louis Brandus). 87 rue Richelieu (where Brandus worked 1849-1851) et rue Vivienne 40. The back cover has Brandus et Cie, successors de Maurice Schlesinger et de E. Troupenas et Cie. On title page Maurice Schlesinger, rue Richelieu 97, where Brandus worked (1846-1848) and Milan F. Lucca. This Parisian music publishing company originated in 1846 as Brandus & Cie. when Louis Brandus purchased the publisher Maurice Schlesinger. There is a faint ink stamped Brandus et Dufour on title page, from 1854. In October 1850 Louis's younger brother, Gemmy, became a partner, and the firm of Troupenas was acquired. In 1854 Sélim-François Dufour became a partner and the firm was known as G. Brandus, Dufour & Cie. and, since 1858, as G. Brandus & S. Dufour. There are 3 embossed stamps of Duncan Davison and Co. The office of the Musical World. 244 Regent Street, where he worked1863 to 1885. Brandus continued Schlesinger's chronological series of plate numbers, starting at 4293 in 1846 and continuing to 13,167 in 1887. This copy has the plate number MS 2426. Therefore the publication date is 1846, a first edition of the book block. Issued between 1850 and 1854 and sold after 1858. Il templario is an Italian-language opera by the German composer Otto Nicolai from a libretto written by Girolamo Maria Marini based on Walter Scott's Ivanhoe. Il templario received its premiere performances at the Teatro Regio, Turin in 1840, and continued on a successful run through Italy, rivaling Pacini's Saffo. However, it disappeared for over 160 years until it was reconstructed in 2006 and performed in 2008. In Italian. Front cover is yellowed, chipped in places, water stained, and detached. front title page has a `1` written at the top. The block is loose in 2 or 3 places. The back cover has some chips. 242 pp.


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    Favorite Piano Classics by Herder, Ronald (ed.); Albeniz, J.S. Bach, Badarzewska-Baranowska, Beethoven, Brahms, Chabrier, Chaminade, Chopin, Debussy, Dvorak, Elgar, Gluck, Granados, Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Joplin, Liszt, MacDowell, Massenet, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Mussorgsky, et al

    Mineola, N.Y.: Dover, 1996 x, 230 pp. Light wear to edges, else fine. ''A new compilation of music originally published in earlier Dover editions and other authoritative publications''--verso TP. Original pieces and arrangements by Albeniz, J.S. Bach, Badarzewska-Baranowska, Beethoven, Brahms, Chabrier, Chaminade, Chopin, Debussy, Dvorak, Elgar, Gluck, Granados, Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Joplin, Liszt, MacDowell, Massenet, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Mussorgsky, Nevin, Offenbach, Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Rameau, Ravel, Rubinstein, Saint-Saens, Satie, Scarlatti, Schubert, Schumann, Scriabin, Sinding, Smetana, Johann Strauss Jr., and Tchaikovsky. Anitra's dance; Arabesque, First; Bagatelle: ''Fur Elise''; Ballet air; Balletto (Sonata) in D major; Barcarolle; Chanson triste; Child falling asleep; Clair de lune; Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major; Desir; Elegie; Entertainer; Etude in C-sharp minor; First arabesque; First gymnopedie; ''Fur Elise'' (Bagatelle); Golliwogg's cake walk; Gymnopedia, First; ''Gypsy'' (Hungarian) rondo; Happy farmer; Hornpipe in E minor; Humoresque in G-flat major.. Wraps. Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    LET`S MAKE A JOB OF IT. THE ARMY SHOW by FREDDY GRANT, HAROLD WALKER

    LET`S MAKE A JOB OF IT. THE ARMY SHOW. CANADA`S ALL ARMY STAGE SHOW. FREDDY GRANT, HAROLD WALKER. COMPLIMENTARY COPY. PUBLISHED GORDON V THOMPSON LTD. TORONTO. 1943. 6 PAGES. 31 X 23 CMS.


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    The Schubert song transcriptions for solo piano by Liszt, Franz; Schubert, Franz

    New York: Dover, 1995 xiii, 142 pp. Includes interlinear words in German; texts of the songs in German with English translations printed preceding each transcription. ''Reproduced from the 1838 Diabelli edition.'' Contents: Sey mir gegrusst; Auf dem Wasser zu singen; Du bist der Ruh; Erlkonig; Meerestille; Die junge Nonne; Fruhlingsglaube; Gretchen am Spinnrade; Standchen von Shakespeare; Rastlose Liebe; Der Wanderer; Ave Maria : Hymne an die Jungfrau.. Wraps. Fine. 9" x 11''.


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    There`s a long long trail by Zo Elliott

    There`s a long long trail. Music. Zo Elliott. Words Stoddard King. Publishers West and Co. 1913. 8 pages.


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    Socrate by Erik Satie

    Erik Satie's "drame symphonique" was composed on a commission from the Princess Edmond de Polignac. Satie based his text on selections from the Plato works Symposium, Phaedrus, and Phaedo which mention the Greek philospher in the French translation by Victor Cousin. The work was first performed at the salon of Pricess de Polignac in April of 1918 with soprano Jane Bathori singing all four roles and the composer at the piano. This new vocal score, produced in an easy-to-read format, is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one first issued in 1919 by Editions de la Sirene in Paris. Also included is an English translation of the relevant sections from Plato prepared by Benjamin Jowett. Original issue - Paris: Editions de la Sirene, 1919. Plate E.D. 2 L.S.


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    THE SNAKE CHARMER by TEDDY POWELL. LEONARD WHITCUP

    THE SNAKE CHARMER. TEDDY POWELL. LEONARD WHITCUP. FOLD IN MIDDLE AND SMALL TEAR TO RIGHT. PETER MAURICE MUSIC CO LTD. 1937. 4 PAGES. 31 X 24.5 CMS.


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    Chandos Anthem No. 9: O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254 by George Frideric Handel ; Karl Päsler (arranger) ; Max Seiffert (editor)

    New, digitally enhanced reissue of the classic vocal score first published by Breitkopf & Hartel. Edited by Max Seiffert with a keyboard reduction by Karl Pasler. Handel composed this work in 1718 during his stay at the country estate of the future Duke of Chandos. The text is drawn from Psalms 117, 135, and 148 found in Nahum Tate and Nicolas Brady's "New Version of the Pslams" - an English translation prepared in the late 1600s. O Praise the Lord With One Consent Praise Him, All Ye That in His House Attend For This Our Truest Int'rest Is Glad Hymns of Praise That God Is Great We Often Have by Glad Experience Found With Cheerful Notes Let All the Earth God's Tender Mercy Knows No Bounds Ye Boudless Realms of Joy Exalt Your Maker's Fame Your Voices Arise, Ye Cherubim and Seraphim 8.27 x 11.69 inches, 72 pages. Original issue - Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, n.d.(ca.1900). Plate H.G. 4


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    Arthur The King. by E.W. Naylor

    Arthur The King. Cantata, for Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Chorus and Orchestra. Words selected from 'The Passing of Arthur' and other poems by Tennyson. E.W. Naylor. Performed in Harrogate in 1902. Signed C.L. Naylor (conductor in) to Bantock Pierport (baritone who sang for Arthur Sullivan). Edward Woodall Naylor (February 9, 1867– May 7, 1934) was an English organist and composer. Frayed spine. 122 pp. 25 x 18 cms.


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    Benedictus sit Deus, K.117/66a by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Joseph Messner (arranger)

    For Soprano solo, SATB Chorus and Piano. Composed in 1768 when Mozart was just 12, the Benedictus sit Deus, K.117 remains popular to the present day. This large-format vocal score is designed with a performer's needs in mind. Digitally enhanced reprint from an authoritative early 20th century edition with added measure numbers, contents. Original issue - Augsburg: Anton Bohm, n.d.(ca.1920). Plate 10005


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    Tell England by Clarkson Rose and Hastings Mann

    Tell England. Clarkson Rose and Hastings Mann. Sung by Fred Walmsley. On with the Show 1931. The Lawrence Wright Music Company. North Pier Pavilion Blackpool. No 2097. 4 pages.


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    L'Enfant Prodigue, CD 61 by Claude Debussy

    Debussy composed his "Scène lyrique" in 1884 for his Prix de Rome cantata entry. It was given its premiere that same year at the Institut de France in Paris followed with publication by Durand. He revised the work some 23 years later, even engaging his friend Andre Caplet to help with the new orchestration. Durand brought out a revised vocal score in 1907 with an English translation of the original French text, which is the score reissued here - now new measure numbers and in a convenient format - all at an affordable price. As with all Petrucci Library Press scores, a percentage of each sale is contributed to support the award-winning free wiki for music scores and recordings, IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library. 8.25 x 11 inches, 58 pages. Original issue - Paris: Durand & Fils, 1908. Plate D. & F. 3387


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    FELIX Kept On Walking. by Words by Ed E Bryant. Music By Hubert W David

    FELIX Kept On Walking. Published by Lawrence Wright. no 1482. Sheet music. Cartoon in the movies. FELIX Kept On Walking. Published by Lawrence Wright. no 1482. Words by Ed E Bryant.Music By Hubert W David. Issued in conjunction with the "Felix the Cat" cartoons appearing exclusively in Pathe's "Eve and Everybody's Film Review. 24.5 x 32 cm. 8 sides. 21 grams. Sheet music. Very Good condition for this delicate paper. A wonderful historic cartoon figure.


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    Deborah by Foerster, J.B

    Josef Bohuslav Foerster (30 December 1859 to 29 May 1951) was a Czech composer. First edition. - Cover damaged, worse at back, well preserved book block. Early taped repair to spine. Debora. Opera in 3 acts. His first opera. Written in 1893. The libretto was a Rosenthal Jaroslav Kvapil drama. Op. 41 [vocal score with piano reduction]. A rare signature in itself. Signed by the composer and Dated 30/12/1929.


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    ARTHUR by FRED PEARLY

    ARTHUR. FOX A POLL DUR. WORDS AND MUSIC FRED PEARLY. MAURICE CHEVALIER. EDITIONS MAX ESCHIG. PARIS. 1940. 4 PAGES. 35 X 27 CMS.


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    For ever and a day by Roydon Brooke

    Forever and a day. Words and music Roydon Brooke. signed to Carrol Lewis with all good wishes sincerely Roydon Brooke. Published Jeffery and Tedder, London WC1. 4 pages. small tear to middle and crease where formerly folded. 31 x 15 cms. 18 grams.


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    OPERE ALESE by IOAN CR DANIELESCU

    IOAN CR. DANIELESCU. OPERE ALESE. CASA REGIONALA CREATIEI POPULARE PLOIESTI. Romanian composer of note. 530 GRAMS. INSCRIPTION TO TITLE PAGE. 1957. 75 PAGES.


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    Dance Hours. La Gioconda by A. Ponchielli. Orlando Mansfield

    Dance Hours. La Gioconda. A. Ponchielli. Arranged for pianoforte by Orlando Mansfield. 1937. A few pencil marks in lead and red. former owners signature at top of front. W. Paxton and co. London. 28 x 22 cms. 4 pages.


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    The Sorcerer: an Entirely Original Modern Comic Opera in Two Acts (New Edition-Revised and Partly Re-Written) by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

    Red hard covers with title on cover in gilt. Cast lists for 1877 and 1884.. Arthur Sullivan's rubber-stamp to title page. Pages are in Near Fine condition. Fading stain to front and back boards.No inscriptions. No annotations. Not ex-library. 137 pages.


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    Cheers March song by Staley Keeling. James Morrell

    Cheers. March song. Words Staley Keeling. Music James Morrell. Arthur Stockwell London. 1941. 31 x 24 cms. 8 pages.


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    Orpheus. by Gluck

    Paris. E. Girod publisher / editor Launer. Undated. (1840). Reference:  3287 Vue. 18.5 x 28 cm, 132 pages. Foxing the start & end. Otherwise fairly Clean copy. Front page loose. various chips to back cover.Lithographed SCORE. In French.


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    Popular Marches arranged for piano solo. Under Freedom`s Flag by Felix Nowowieski

    Popular Marches arranged for piano solo. Under Freedom`s Flag. Felix Nowowieski. Hawkes and Son London. Pencil marks to front. Drum major ceremonial dress picture on front. 8 pages. 34 x 25 cms.


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    Moina. by Isidore de Lara

    Moina. Isidore de Lara. A vocal score of an opera by the English composer Isidore de Lara, friend of Princess Alice of Monaco, first American Princess of Monaco. Alice was born in New Orleans and a European cultural socialite. Published by Choudens. 1896. Paris Full Calf. Marbled end papers. Embossed in gold with the coat of arms of the Princely Palace of Monaco and the words `Theatre de Monte Carlo 14 Mars 1897.` This was a presentation copy for the premier performance on 14 mars 1897 in Monte-Carlo, with the famous baritone Victor Maurel Van Dyck, Bellincioni, Boudouresque, and Bouvet. 28 x 20 cms. 201 pp. Excellent condition. Collectable.


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