Vienna: Federal Press Service, 1984. 80 pp.
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Finespo, 1993. 119 pp.
New York: G. Schirmer, 1991. 36 pp.
Metropolitan Opera Club, 1927. 30 pp.
London: Religious Tract Society, nd. 12mo [4" x 6"]. viii + 334 pp. with folding map [8-5/8" x 10"] at the front.
New York: [R. Craighead for] Stringer & Townsend, 1854. First edition. 8vo. 237pp. Tinted lithograph frontispiece. Original blind-decorated cloth, gilt-lettered. The volume collects 200 standard songs -- serious and comic, love and sentimental, naval and military, national (Irish, Scottish, English), "together with some of the rarest Ethiopian Melodies" (Preface). With...
London: Review of Reviews, 1934. 24 pp. comprises poems by David Christie-Murray, Claude Flight, James F. Hendry, David J. McKinlay, W. A. Rathkey, Christopher Rover, Hope St. Maur, Kames Speirs, amd Lyall Wilkes.
Budapest: Zenemtikiado, 1963.  pp.
Neptune City, NJ: Paganiniana Publications, . First edition. 8vo. 380pp. Photographic illustrations. Original pictorial glazed boards. Includes profiles of Jascha Heifetz, Fritz Kreisler, Yehudi Menuhin, Efrem Zimalist, Pablo Casals, and many more.
Neptune City, NJ: Paganiniana Publications, . First edition. 8vo. 384pp. Photographic illustrations. Original pictorial glazed boards. Includes profiles of Itzak Perlman, Lillian Fuchs, Pierre Fournier and many others.
Houghton Mifflin, 1976. First.
Bardeen, 1897. 87 pp.
Broude Bros, 1965. 276 pp.
Centaur CRC 2894, 2007.
Budapest: Zenemúkiadó Vállalat, 1959. 372 pp. Text is in Hungarian.
New York: Allen, Towne & Heath, . First edition. 8vo. 571pp. Original brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine, dust jacket. A record of the many events and personalities, successes, controversies, and human interest stories, that make up the musical year in America.
Facts on File, 1985. First. 828 + 616 pp. 2 vols.
Simon Stevin, 1943. 29 pp + 36 plates.
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1974. 8vo. 372 pages. Cloth; pictorial dust jacket. Owner's name on pastedown. FIRST EDITION. An excellent study of how Joyce uses music to expand and orchestrate his major themes.
Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1922. Revised and Enlarged. 384 pp.
Brooklyn: Grant Brower, 1894. Folio (12 x 9 inches). 24 pp. Musical notation. Original printed wrappers. Somewhat age-darkened, a few chips at edges of wrappers. Revised edition, after the first of 1891. Exercises, scale studies, arpeggios or harp chords, harmonics, slides, double fingering, velocity studies, barre, a duet for two...
Pinole: Benny & Son, 1988. 8vo. Printed wrappers. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION of Robert Eggplant's fanzine about East Bay punk subculture. He is also an activist and works with many peace and anarchist groups, including the Slingshot! collective.
New York and Boston: G. Schirmer, 1917. First edition. 4to. Color plates by Graham Robertson. Original cloth-backed decorated boards. Some wear at ends of spine and at corners, generally a tight, clean copy. Includes an epigraph by Mary Baker Eddy: "The author has often remembered our Master's love for little...
New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., . First edition of the author's first book. 8vo. 281pp. Original blue cloth; original printed dust jacket. Copland contexualized modern music based on a discussion of early fundamentals in this, his first book.
Harmonia Mundi, 1998.