Cyrano: Opera in Four Acts after the Drama

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Good large hardcover (Schirmer, 1913, 411 pages) in burgundy cloth, gilt titles; library discard with usual library markings; pages clean, tight, unmarked, slightly yellowed; binding sound and square; interior hinge of flyleaf has been repaired with clear tape; back free endpaper has been removed; rubbing at spine-ends, with minor fraying at bottom; Full-size score with all vocal parts and instrumental music in piano reduction. Bookseller Inventory #

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DAMROSCH, Walter 1862-1950
Published by [The Author], [n.p.] (1939)
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Book Description [The Author], [n.p.], 1939. Folio. Original publisher's dark ivory spiral-bound wrappers. 1f. (recto title, verso cast list), 190 pp. Facsimile of copyist's manuscript.With an autograph inscription signed by the composer to title: "[Vocal score Arranged by the Composer] and dedicated to his dear friend Anne Flagler With cordial greetings to Mr. Charles E. Wilkinson who so carefully copied my piano score for the photographer and printer. Walter Damrosch April 13/1939."Wrappers quite worn; some staining, tears, and tape repairs, not affecting inscription. Occasional browning, minor staining, soiling, fraying, and tearing to margins, not affecting music; title detached and chipped and torn at edges, with some tape repairs; several additional leaves partially detached. Second version. Scarce. Not available for public purchase. Worldcat (8 copies), OCLC no. 19923552.Damrosch was an American conductor, music educator, and composer of German birth. Cyrano was first performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York on February 27, 1913."In addition to his several leadership positions, Damrosch composed prolifically, including six operas. Two of his operas, Cyrano de Bergerac (1913, libretto by W.J. Henderson) and The Man Without a Country (1937, libretto by Arthur Guiterman), premiered at the Metropolitan Opera House, earning him the distinction of being the first American composer to have two works premiered there. Damrosch was an outspoken advocate of opera in English. Damrosch's operatic music is eclectic but often shares his father's Wagnerian tendencies. He is less noted for his several works of chamber music and his songs." H.E. Krehbiel, et al. in Grove Music Online. Bookseller Inventory # 26560

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