Title: VIIeme Festival International de Baalbeck
Publication Date: 1962
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Approximately 200 pages celebrating the 7th year of an international festival of the arts held in the ancient Lebanese town of Baalbeck. Settled in prehistory, the area is best known for its Roman Temples, the Temple of Bacchus now a venue for many of the cultural activities held every summer. This tome is more or less a program of the 1962 events, which included concerts [Jean-Pierre Rampal], Drama [Jean Cocteau's Renaud et Armide], Literature and Philosophy [an article by Kahil Gibran], chamber music, opera and the visual arts. Countless illustrations, from antique prints to modern drawings and sculpture, enliven the text [ARABIC and FRENCH]. The festival continues to the present day, a refreshing reminder that the arts have no borders. 8.5" x 11". [M]. Note: this heavy book will require extra postage for first class or international shipping. Bookseller Inventory # F00134
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