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DEWAR, Walter F. F. (Transcribed by)
The Lone Shieling or Boatsong of Highlander Exiles. With a Musical Setting Composed by Alan Burr and Renderings in Greek Verse by Harold A. Perry and in Latin by Lord Franics Hervey.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. John Murray. 1925., 20cm, first edition, viii,27p., 2 plates, linen over red paper boards, label on front board, light foxing, a very good copy (scds)
$12.50 Book Number: 27666 Order / Enquire
Celebrated Pianists of the Past and Present. A Collection of One Hundred and Thirty-Nine Biographies, with Portraits.
Philadelphia. Theodore Presser. 1894., 19.5cm, enlarged American edition, viii,423p., with 139 portraits, brown cloth, gilt titles & front decoration, very good copy (N4). Includes great composer's who were also prominent pianists such as J.S. Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin, Couperin, Gottschalk, Grieg, Liszt Mendelssohn, Mozart, Rubinstein, Scarlatti, Saint-Saens and Clara Schumann
|$87.50||Book Number: 13364||Order / Enquire|
EMMERSON, George S.
A Social History of Scottish Dance. Ane Celestial Recreatioun.
Montreal and London. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1972., tall8vo. 25.5cm, xv,352p., with 39 illustrations, 9 figures, music, appendices, bibliography, indexes, dark blue cloth, gilt spine titles, fine in very good jacket (s8). - The author examines in depth the evidence of dance in the lives of the Scots-in ritual, drama and recreation-from the earliest times to the present. Jigs, reels, quadrilles, and country dancing are studied. In particular, the hornpipe is examined with a historical depth never before attempted.
$52.50 Book Number: 17523 Order / Enquire
FLEMING, James M.
The Fiddle Fancier's Guide. A Manuel of Information Regarding Violins, Violas, Basses and Bows of Classical and Modern Times, together with Biographical Notices and Portraits of the most famous Performers on these Instruments.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Haynes, Foucher & Co. 1892., 21cm, 3rd edition, 318p., 18p. Ads., frontis and 9 plates, plus facsimiles of Violin Tickets, in the original vertical wavy grain brown cloth, gilt titles on the spine and upper cover, beveled boards, a very good to fine copy (cds)
$70.00 Book Number: 3170 Order / Enquire
The Newberry Memorial Organ at Yale University. A Study in the History of American Organ Building.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New Haven. Yale University Press. 1930., sm4to. 26cm, 82p., frontis and 1 plate, specifications, quarter tan lien backed blue paper over boards, with paper title label on front, black stamped spine title, light shelf wear, very good sound condition (ds1). ~ The Newberry Memorial Organ was built originally by the Hutchings-Votey Company in 1902, rebuilt by Steere and Son in 1915, and enlarged and tonally reconditioned by the Skinner Company in 1928. Specifications are given for each period, examples exemplifying American organ building at its best. The organ is still functional and is one of the largest symphonic organs in the world comprising 166 stops and 12, 617 pipes.
|$100.00||Book Number: 38155||Order / Enquire|
Moonlight Serenade. A Bio-discography of the Glenn Miller Civilian Band.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New Rochelle, NY. Arlington House., 1972. 23cm, first edition, 554p., text illustrations, blue cloth, previous owners stamp, "much underlining", otherwise very good to fine in near fine jacket (scs)
$35.00 Book Number: 4369 Order / Enquire
FORMEY, Jean Henri Samuel].
Abrege de Toutes les Sciences, al'Usage des Enfants. Refondu, beaucoup augmente & corrige dans toutes sesparties, afin de le rendre propre a l'usage des Ecoles des PaysCatholiques. Sixieme Edition. Corrige de nouveau, & la partie historiquecontinuee jusqu'a present.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Rouen. Chez Labbey, Libraire. 1787., 16mo.16cm, ix,179,(1)pp., with 9 engraved plates, complete with half title,in contemporary full dark calf, gilt titles and floral motif in thepanels, marbled endpapers, some damp staining towards the rear and on thebottom board but not affecting the plates, board edges worn, a very goodcopy (ds1). ~ An French science text for children with approbationdated 1786. With a new Introduction for the sixth edition, corrected andenlarged edition of 1787. All sciences are addressed, based on aquestion and answer system.
$150.00 Book Number: 33760 Order / Enquire
The Melodies Linger On. 50 Years of Popular Song.
Watkins Glen, N.Y. Century House. 1951., sm4to. 26cm, 212p., numerous illustrations, music, black cloth, very good (scs). - A chronological selection of the best known American songs from 1900 to 1950. Extensively illustrated with sheet music covers.
$12.25 Book Number: 17917 Order / Enquire
Twenty-one Seasons of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. A Celebration.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Ottawa. The Orchestra. (1986)., 8vo. 22cm, 219p., numerous photos, appendices, colour decorated wraps, fine condition. (cn). ~ The Ottawa Symphony from 1965 to 1986-history, anecdotes, lists of players and repertoire.
$30.00 Book Number: 38218 Order / Enquire
GIBBONS, Roy W.
The CCFCS Collection of Musical Instruments Volume Two: Idiophones and Membranophones.
Cumbreland, Rhode Island, U.S.A.: Ottawa. National Museum of Man Mercury Series. 1983., 28cm, xii,121p., appendix, bibliography, indexes, plates, stiff printed wraps, previous owner's name on front cover blacked out, a very good copy (ds7)
$20.00 Book Number: 20145 Order / Enquire
Original Songs. Edinburgh. Published by JohnAnderson.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Whittaker, Treachers & Co. 1831., 12mo, 17.5cm, TheFirst Edition, viii,152p., index, in the original fine grain publisher'splumb cloth, paper label, titles mainly worn, some slight fading andspotting on the spine, a fine copy, rare. (tr) Robert Gilfillan (7 July1798 4 December 1850) was a poet and songwriter, born at Dunfermline,Scotland, and latterly a collector of the police rates at Leith. He wrotea number of Scottish songs, and was favourably mentioned in NoctesAmbrosianae (see Wilson, J.). He was the author of the beautiful song,Oh, why left I my Hame? He published a 150-page book of songs in 1831,which garnered sufficient acclaim to spur publication of a longer versionin 1835, and another in 1839. (Wiki).
|$600.00||Book Number: 36354||Order / Enquire|
The Dave Given Rock 'n' Roll Stars Handbook. Rhythm and Blues Artists and Groups.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Smithtown, New York. Exposition Books. 1980., 23cm, v,328p., red cloth, a fine copy (b20)
$25.00 Book Number: 27132 Order / Enquire
Pretty Picture Songs for Little-Folks. Contents. The Sad, Sad Story of the Boy Who Ate (What) The Bells (say) etc.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London & Toronto. Weekes & Co., & Wm Briggs. Nd. ., folio, 31.5cm, p., (inc title page), each page with border decorations and illustrated, stiff wraps, colour illustrated litho upper cover, wraps dust worn, one page with one corner clipped without text loss, good to very good, fragile, scarce (chds).
|$100.00||Book Number: 23721||Order / Enquire|
Nouveau Manuel Complet de FacteurD'Orgues. Atlas. [Encyclopedie-Roret].
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Paris. A la LibrairieEncyclopedique de Roret. ., folio, 31cm, title-page vignette, 43engraved plates (primarily double-page) consisting of 972 detaileddiagrams / figures, cloth backed marbled boards, gilt spine title, someboard & spine wear, contents fine. Titles in French.(cgc) A plate bookto accompany a French manual on organ making. With nearly one thousandengravings showing all aspects of the organ. Several very intricateillustrations were engraved by Moisy. A very valuable and scarce guideto nineteenth century organ construction.
$1500.00 Book Number: 26834 Order / Enquire
HARPER'S Monthly Magazine
Harper's Monthly Magazine. Volume VIII. December, 1853, to May, 1854.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New York. Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1854., 24.5cm, viii,864p., double-column, 235 text illustrations, bound in in contemporary half brown morocco, wide gilt decorated raised bands, gilt spine titles, marbled boards, near fine (ds1). - Articles include: Grinnell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin. With 29 illustrations (Elisha Kent Kane); five chapters of "The Newcombes" (W.M. Thackeray); School-Boy's Story (Charles Dickens); Elephant Hunting in Ceylon. (Anon.); Incidents of Travel in New Mexico (G. Douglas Brewerton); and a delightful series of musical cartoons of entitled "Jullien's Concerts". The editor in this early period of Harper's Monthly would have been Henry J. Raymond.
$100.00 Book Number: 27301 Order / Enquire