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Early Music America the Magazine of Historical Performance Volume 2
1 Early Music America the Magazine of Historical Performance Volume 2
Cleveland, Ohio 1996 Paperback Very Good 
Nos 1,2, 3 &4. Illustrations. Contents includes: - The Lute Awakes; Francis and the Minstrels of God (Altramar's group effort to recreate Franciscan laude) ; The Craftsman's Consuming Fire (the work of harpsichord builders Rutkowski & Robinette) Buried Musical Treasures from Baroque Mexico. No 2, includes: - The Joys of Busking; Folkers & Powell: A Couple of Flute Makers; Singing Renaissance Music; Recollections of a Coffee House Lutenist; Hindemith and Early Music. No 3, Contents includes: - Chant Meets Culture; Beethoven Lite; Early musicians Who Know the Score; William Christie and the Baroque Opera Boom; Lutes. Remains of postal labels on the cover. No 4. Includes: - Anonymous No More; Hallelujah! More Messiahs; Early Music Crossovers; Celebrating Schubert; Performing at a Renaissance Festival; Viola da Gamba. Remains of postal labels on the cover. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
How to Buy Rare Books: a Practical Guide to the Antiquarian Book Market, Rees-Mogg, William
2 Rees-Mogg, William How to Buy Rare Books: a Practical Guide to the Antiquarian Book Market
Oxford Phaidon 1985 0714880191 / 9780714880198 Hardcover; Red Cloth/Gilt Titles 
159pp, plates in colour, illustrations, text figures. Ex library, top corner of front endpaper torn away (probably due to removal of book plate, usual stamps else very good in very good dust jacket. ; Christie's Collectrs Guides Series 
Price: 5.00 GBP
Emperors of Song: Three Great Impresarios, Stockdale, Freddie
3 Stockdale, Freddie Emperors of Song: Three Great Impresarios
John Murray 1998 071955702X / 9780719557026 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
x, 214pp, 16 plates. 'Colonel' James Mapleson, Oscar Hammerstein & John Christie were the greatest of the impresarios who sought to sell opera to the public. Acting alone, risking their money and producing on a grand scale, they were the giants of Opera's Golden Age. Covers the years 1860-1939. 
Price: 8.00 GBP

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