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  • Folies Bergère programme 1949 by DERVAL, Paul
    DERVAL, Paul
    Folies Bergère programme 1949

    Paris: Paul Derval. An attractive programme for the 1949 season of the Folies Bergère. This season saw a two act spectacle in 40 tableaux by Michel Gyarmathy. Black and white and colour photographs and adverts throughout. Text and labels in French, English & German. Large colour double page photo of the company presenting the French Cancan. 32 pages. 315 x 240 mm (12½ x 9½ inches).

    Book ID: 3213
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  • Ghosts On The Road - Neil Young In Concert by LONG, Pete
    LONG, Pete
    Ghosts On The Road - Neil Young In Concert

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Old Homestead Press: 1996. First edition. This is the scarce HARDBACK. (Most copies are softback). In very good condition, with only minor bumping to corners. No dust jacket (uncertain if issued with one). Internally as new. Brief essays and song lists for concerts played between 1961 - 1995. 310 mm by 220 mm (12¼ by 8¾ inches). Ghosts On The Road immediately became recognised as a valuable resource for Neil Young enthusiasts worldwide. [iv], 282 pp.

    Book ID: 2008
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  • La Fièvre d'Amour: by BERNOUARD, François
    BERNOUARD, François
    La Fièvre d'Amour: dialogue en prose, coupé de trois repos pour les interprètes et le public. Autographe signé de l'auteur.

    Paris: François Bernouard, 1927. First Edition. This copy is one of 200 copies on Vergé pur fil Vincent Montgolfier that were unnumbered and reserved for friends of the author. Signed in dedication by the author to the half title. The dedication is to Bernouard's friend the actor and painter Pierre de Guingand, and reads: 'Pierre de Guingand 1902 - 1927. Amite toujours frère'. Colour paperback covers illustrated by Robert Bonfils. A little age toned, and with a slight lean to the spine, but remarkably good condition. 108 pages. 185 x 125 mm (7¼ x 5 inches).

    Book ID: 2993
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  • Old English Songs And Dances by GRAHAM ROBERTSON, W.
    GRAHAM ROBERTSON, W.
    Old English Songs And Dances

    London: Longman's Green And Co, 1902. First edition. This is a large book, quarter-bound in cloth with rounded spine and illustrated paper to cover. Consists of ten songs and six dances artfully arranged and illustrated with Robertson's original watercolour drawings and hand lettered text and music. Photoengraved and screen printed in facsimile by Edmund Evans.

    400 x 290mm (15¾ x 11½ inches). Walford Graham Robertson (1866 - 1948) was best known as an accomplished author and illustrator, and as a prominent member of London Society.

    Condition: Pictorial boards shows signs of rubbing, scrapes and chips, with rough spine ends. Small neat previous owner's name to front. Some minor foxing to several pages. The songs and illustrations are all bright and clean.

    Book ID: 2286
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  • The Moscow Theatre Musical Studio of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Dantchenko (The Synthetic Theatre) by SAYLER, Oliver M.
    SAYLER, Oliver M.
    The Moscow Theatre Musical Studio of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Dantchenko (The Synthetic Theatre)

    New York: Morris Gest, 1925. Programme / booklet about the Moscow Art Theatre. The 34 page pamphlet is a collection of essays and articles about the Studio. This was the first Appearance Outside Russia of the Famous Lyric Branch of the World's Foremost Stage. The front cover is chipped to the edges, and is split to the rear - so is partly detached. The central leaf has come away from the binding, but present. Still holding together although delicate. Contents include the story of the theatre, a profile of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Dantchenko, a synopses of the repertory, a double page illustration of Lysistrata. An article by Yury Sakhnovsky on Lyric Drama, the synthetic theatre. Another article entitled: Back to Merimee…

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    New York: Morris Gest, 1925. Programme / booklet about the Moscow Art Theatre. The 34 page pamphlet is a collection of essays and articles about the Studio. This was the first Appearance Outside Russia of the Famous Lyric Branch of the World's Foremost Stage. The front cover is chipped to the edges, and is split to the rear - so is partly detached. The central leaf has come away from the binding, but present. Still holding together although delicate. Contents include the story of the theatre, a profile of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Dantchenko, a synopses of the repertory, a double page illustration of Lysistrata. An article by Yury Sakhnovsky on Lyric Drama, the synthetic theatre. Another article entitled: Back to Merimee for Bizet's true Carmen. Also, a piece on Rachmaninoff's Aleko, and a who's who in the Musical Theatre. Illustrations by Andrei Hudiakoff. 305 x 230 mm (12 x 9 inches).

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    Book ID: 3035
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  • Vue intérieure du théâtre hollandais, a la représentation de la tragédie de Gysbert d'Amstel, Sujet national. by E. Maaskamp
    E. Maaskamp
    Vue intérieure du théâtre hollandais, a la représentation de la tragédie de Gysbert d'Amstel, Sujet national.

    Amsterdam: Magazin des Arts au Dam No.1, 1815. Original sepia aquatint under cream passe-partout. Taken from the book: Nouvelle statistique historique d'Amsterdam, by E. Maaskamp, and published in 1815. In very good condition. 180 x 205 mm (7 x 8 inches).

    Book ID: 3002
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