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Art Impressions of George White's Scandals.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New York. Palace Publishing Co. Nd. ?, folio, 12"x 9" (31cm), 12p., mainly illustrated, original illustrated wraps, in fine condition (Pol.Ho4.1)
$45.00 Book Number: 38354 Order / Enquire
Canada. A Ballad in Three Parts. Dedicated, by Permission, to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dufferin, K.P., G.C.B., etc., etc.
Halifax, Nova Scotia. R.G. Smith, Printer. 1885., 15.5cm, 23p., disbound, self wraps, fine, rare (N12) . Watters p210.
$52.50 Book Number: 11754 Order / Enquire
WHYTE, George R.
The Accused. The Dreyfus Trilogy.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Bonn. Inter Nationes. 1995., sm4to. 27cm, 168p., numerous plates and illustrations including many colour plates, printed on mixed grey and white stock and include several transparencies, grey cloth, jacket has a few closed tears, a fine copy in very good jacket (b20) Trilogy consists of a musical satire 'Rage and Outrage' orchestrated by Luciano Berio; the two act opera 'The Dreyfus Affair' libretto by George Whyte, music Jost Meier and the Dance Drama 'Dreyfus - J'accuse' choreographed by Valerypanov. Illustrations include performance stills and archival photos.
$21.00 Book Number: 4817 Order / Enquire
Lullabies of Many Lands.
Tenafly, New Jersey, U.S.A.: New York. H.M. Caldwell Co. 1908., 20.5cm, 30p., frontis, 13 full page drawings by author, 13 music pages with illustration at top of each, illustrated endpapers, decorated& illustrated paper over stiff card covers, worn at the edges, good to very good copy (igc) Thirteen international lullabies are represented with full piano scores including France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Japan, Russia and Norway. Each music sheet has a corresponding full-page illustration of a mother in national dress rocking a baby.
|$28.00||Book Number: 8488||Order / Enquire|
A Moral Alphabet. By H.B. With Illustrations by B.B. [Basil Blackwell]. Authors of "The Bad Child's Book of Beasts". [In Words of From One to Seven Syllables. With Illustrations by B.B.] (completed from the uppercover).
London. Edward Arnold., 1899. 21cm, 63p., with 39 illustrations, quarter linen backed colour illustrated paper over boards, dust worn, worn at the edges of the boards, a good to very good copy, rare Cahill 6
$105.00 Book Number: 126 Order / Enquire
"His Master's Voice", Victor Records. 1929.
Montreal. Victor Talking Machine Company of Canada. 1929., 12mo. 19.5cm, c.p., sketch biographies with portraits, original printed wraps, very good to fine (N12) With "Orme's. The Music Centre" [Ottawa], stamped on the upper and lower covers
$52.50 Book Number: 11706 Order / Enquire
The Nursery. A Monthly Magazine for Youngest Readers. Volumes, XIX & XX.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Boston. John L. Shorey. 1876., 20cm, 2 volumes in One, iv,188 & iv,188pp., numerous illustrated, music, in contemporary half red sheep, gilt spine titles and panel rules, cloth boards, few preliminary pages slightly jumped, p.15 has archival repairs at the edge, pp.51/52 chipped at lower edge slightly affecting text, some foxing to leaf edges, a good to very good sound copy (chds). - A delightfully illustrated collection of childrens' stories, poetry, and music: twelve issues of the monthly magazine for 1876.
|$100.00||Book Number: 23798||Order / Enquire|
[KEROUAC, Jack] KALOGEROPOULOS, Connie Markis and Elena Bowman.
Life is So-ooo-oo Big! Script Copy and Songs. In Two Volumes.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Lowell,Ma. Published by the Author. 1985., 20cm, no pagination, typescript inblack binders, with a few papers of ephemera, fine. (gar) A copy of thescript and songs. A musical, produced in Lowell, Ma., about the life ofJack Kerouac.
$50.00 Book Number: 36779 Order / Enquire
[KEROUAC] PRENSHAW, Peggy Whitman (ed.)
The Southern Quarterly A Journal of the Arts in the South Volume XXIV, No.
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The University of Southern Mississippi. 1986., 23cm, 96p., stiff printed wraps, a near fine copy (lds)
$7.00 Book Number: 17744 Order / Enquire
[MULOCH, Diana Maria (Mrs. Craik)]
Songs of Our Youth. By the Author of John Halifax Gentleman.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New York. Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1875., 4to. 93p., 2p.ads, music, original brown cloth, beveled boards, gilt & blue stamped elaborate decorations and gilt titles, beveled boards, wanting front free endpaper, edges & spine endings heavily worn, lyric sheets have been laid on the second ad page and rear free endpapers, a good working copy (ds26). - A selection of 42 songs with music for voice and piano. The lyrics are primarily by D.D.M. (English novelist, Diana Maria Muloch) who, traditionally, did not permit her name to be affixed to her work. The music is primarily traditional Irish, old English, Swedish, Welsh, Gaelic.
$17.50 Book Number: 21591 Order / Enquire