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Wind Instruments of European Art Music, Horniman Museum
21 Horniman Museum Wind Instruments of European Art Music
I. L. E. A. County Hall, London 1974 Hardcover Very Good 
107pp, 20 plates. Previous owners signature on endpaper. 
Price: 6.50 GBP
 
 
The Victorian Music Hall - Culture, Class and Conflict, Kift, Dagmar
22 Kift, Dagmar The Victorian Music Hall - Culture, Class and Conflict
Cambridge University Press 1996 0521474728 / 9780521474726 Hardcover Fine in Fine dust jacket 
x, 244pp, illustrations. Translated by Roy Kift. 
Price: 40.00 GBP
 
 
Hugo Wolf 1860-1903. A Centenary Appreciation, Mann, William
23 Mann, William Hugo Wolf 1860-1903. A Centenary Appreciation
London Royal Festival Hall 1960 Paperback 
(preceding the programme for a recital by Irmgard Seefried & Eric Werba on 20th Feb, 1960) 32pp, 2 illustrations. thick paper covers slightly worn, previous owners initials on cover contents v good 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
Beverley. An Archaeological and Architectural Study, Miller, Keith & John Robinson & Barbara English & Ivan Hall & Royal Commission on Historical Monuments
24 Miller, Keith & John Robinson & Barbara English & Ivan Hall & Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Beverley. An Archaeological and Architectural Study
H. M. S. O. 1982 0117011290 / 9780117011298 Paperback Very Good 
viii, 96pp, plates, maps, folding plans in rear pocket; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Supplementary Series; 10.79 X 8.35 X 0.24 inche 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 94th Session , 196768, Olleson, Edward
25 Olleson, Edward Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 94th Session , 196768
Paperback Very Good 
153pp, music examples, fold out chart. Contents includes: - Post-Twelve-Note Analysis; Sources of Old Hall Music; The Cultivation of Music in English Cathedrals in the Reign of Elizabeth I; Dating Purcell's 'Dido and Aeneas'; The Music of Philip Hart (c. 1676-1749) ; Opera under the French Revolution; The Part-songs of the English Lutenists; From Garrick to Gluck: the Reform of Theatre and Opera in the mid-Eighteenth Century. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 2 No 1 January 1974, Thomson, J.M.
26 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 2 No 1 January 1974
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: The Old Hall Manuscript; Playing from original notation; Early percussion techniques; A checklist for the cittern. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Schumann: A Chorus of Voices, Tibbetts, John C.
27 Tibbetts, John C. Schumann: A Chorus of Voices
Amadeus Press 2010 1574671855 / 9781574671858 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
514pp. A significant contribution to Schumann's 200th-birthday year, 2010. In these hitherto unpublished interviews and conversations, more than thirty biographers, musicians, critics, and commentators offer their own unique perspectives on Schumann's life, work, controversies, and place in the history of Romantic music. Gathered by Schumann scholar John C. Tibbetts during more than thirty years of travel and research, these intimate and informal talks take the reader “backstage” to the rehearsal hall, scholar's study, archive, and music festival. The accompanying disc features Van Cliburn Gold Medalist Jose Feghali performing and discussing Schumann's Carnaval, Opus 9, and pianist Ronald Brautigam performing the complete Noveletten, Opus 21 – not available anywhere else! 
Price: 20.00 GBP
 
 
Beyond the Notes. Journeys with Chamber Music, Tomes, Susan
28 Tomes, Susan Beyond the Notes. Journeys with Chamber Music
Boydell Press 2005 1843831600 / 9781843831600 Paperback Fine 
xvii, 192pp, frontis portrait, illustrations, discography. Susan Tomes describes her experience of twenty years of rehearsal, concerts and recording. Her performing life has been centred on chamber music, she was a founder member and the pianist of both Domus and the Florestan Trio. Part One is a series of diaries describing their travels and performances: Domus in the 1980s with its own portable concert hall, struggling to create the conditions for informal but intense concert performances, and the Florestan Trio, currently one of the world's finest piano trios. Part Two is a collection of thought-provoking essays about teachers, making records, practising and rehearsing, audiences, earning a living, and the particular challenges of being a concert pianist. 
Price: 8.50 GBP
 
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