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Moonlight Serenade: A Bio-Discography of the Glenn Miller Civilian Band

Flower, John

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ISBN 10: 0870001612 / ISBN 13: 9780870001611
Published by Arlington House, New Rochelle, NY, 1972
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Hardcover in dust jacket. First printing. Book is crisp and clean, unmarked and unblemished. Binding is sturdy and boards are like new. Unclipped dust jacket is in fine condition. One corner of book is lightly bumped. Photo illustrations.8vo. 554 pp. In protective Mylar. Bookseller Inventory # 85450

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Title: Moonlight Serenade: A Bio-Discography of the...

Publisher: Arlington House, New Rochelle, NY

Publication Date: 1972

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: First edition.

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From dust jacket notes: "Glen island Casino...'Chesterfield Time'...Sun Valley Serenade -- they all conjure up the magic name of Glenn Miller, and the memories come pouring out. This book is first: the only book devoted to Glenn Miller and his music -- I breathtaking detail. It traces the Miller band from its first scuffling days in the mid-30s through the triumphs of 1939-42 to the last show at the Central Theatre, Passaic, N.J., on September 27, 1942, when Miller, band and audience all broke down and cried. Ten days later, Miller joined the Army Air Force, thus ending the reign of the most popular orchestra of all time. Moonlight Serenade follows the band day by day, week in and week out. As a discography it is monumental, listing songs and personnel not only for Miller's recordings but for his broadcasts too. The book also follows the band in diary form back and forth across the land -- from record-smashing dates like the Michigan Theatre to disasters like the Ritz Ballroom in Bridgeport (receipts: #780). Extras: band poll results, 1938-1942; index of songs; index of musicians."

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Warwick Books, is an Internet-only bookseller that specializes in hard-to-find books for avid readers and collectors. Many of our books are out of print. Specialties include literature, signed firsts, art and photography, design, illustrated books, cookbooks, field guides, children's books, needlecraft books, and Americana. We recently acquired a large private collection of books on military history. The focus is on World War II as well as aviation history. Warwick Books is a member of IOBA, the Independent Online Booksellers Association.

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