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Dreishpoon, Douglas

Published by Harwood Museum of Art/The University of New Mexico (2004)

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About this Item: Harwood Museum of Art/The University of New Mexico, 2004. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Group catalogue, with numerous colro plates; including biogrpahies for: Tony Abeyta, Mical Aloni, Larry Bell, Kevin Cannon, Ronald Davis, Patti Day, Gendron Jensen, Claire Libin, Agnes Martin, Peter Opheim, Valerie Nielsen, Ken Price, Anita Rodriguez, Johhnie Winona Ross, Jan Sessler, Suzanne Wiggin, & Zoe Zimmerman.; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 62425

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Wilson, Alan J. and Brogan, Des and McGrail, Frank

Published by Edinburgh Impressions, Edinburgh (1989)

ISBN 10: 0951009958 ISBN 13: 9780951009956

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About this Item: Edinburgh Impressions, Edinburgh, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good ++. B/W Drawings (illustrator). First Edition. The jacket describes this as " over a hundred tales spanning seven centuries ". 129 pages assisted by b/w drawings. If you like the book the authors offer tours as well. Learn more about : Pottersrow Port, Liberton House, Black Tom, Royal Blind Asylum, Screw the body snatcher, Lady Primrose, Bluntsfield House and mary King's Close. Cond : Paper wrapper is white with (blue and) red lettering. Front cover graphic is a mysterious late night gathering of 5 personages in a crypt. A "ghost-hunter" has inscripted the verso of the front cover - 1989. No creases, stains, nor tears. No marks in text. Clean, colours bright, binding tight, spine fine. Almost giftable !! Quote (p. 39) : " . in the speculation which spread round the city. Patullo and his wife moved in. On their first night the couple lay awake for some time. Just as the embers of their fire died out, `they suddenly saw a form like that of .'.". Seller Inventory # 005188

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Rist, Martin (edited by)

Published by The Denver Westerners, Inc., Denver, CO (1970)

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About this Item: The Denver Westerners, Inc., Denver, CO, 1970. Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. Photographs (illustrator). Silver Anniversary Edition. 461pp.; including index. No. 150 of 700 copies. Previous owner's Denver Westerners Pamphlet laid in. illustrated end papers show buffalo grazing at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, with Pikes Peak in the background; Textblock and binding immaculate and tight. Minimally worn, unclipped dust jacket; 22 articles, with numerous illustrations; highlights include: Colorado's First Magazine by Martin Rist; The Story of Judge Ben B. Lindsey by Philip Gilliam; The Battle of Beecher's Island, by A.P. Gaines; History of the Colorado Springs Volunteer Fire Dept 1872-1894 by Dr. Les Williams; The Celebrated Grand Tour of Ulysses S. Grant in Colorado, by Robert L. Brown; Camels- Their Use in the Southwest and Final Disposition, by Nolie Mumey; Penitentes of New Mexico in the 1870's, according to Thomas and Emily Harwood; The CF&I Steel Corporation, by R.A. Ronzio; Who Was the Virginian? by Agnes Wright Spring; William Gilpin -Pioneer, by Ralph Carr (former Colorado Governor); A Visit From "Baby Doe", by Numa James, and much, much more. Hard Cover. Seller Inventory # SJ5594

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Published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press

ISBN 10: 155458616X ISBN 13: 9781554586165

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About this Item: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 318 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.The essays in Writing between the Lines explore the lives of twelve of Canadas most eminent anglophone literary translators, and delve into how these individuals have contributed to the valuable process of literary exchange between francophone and anglophone literatures in Canada. Through individual portraits, this book traces the events and life experiences that have led W. H. Blake, John Glassco, Philip Stratford, Joyce Marshall, Patricia Claxton, Doug Jones, Sheila Fischman, Ray Ellenwood, Barbara Godard, Susanne de Lotbinire-Harwood, John Van Burek, and Linda Gaboriau into the complex world of literary translation. Each essay-portrait examines why they chose to translate and what linguistic and cultural challenges they have faced in the practice of their art. Following their relationships with authors and publishers, the translators also reveal how they have defined the goals and the process of literary translation. Containing original, detailed biographical and bibliographical material, Writing between the Lines offers many new insights into the literary translation process, and the diverse roles of the translator as social agent. The first text on Canadian translators, it makes a major contribution in the areas of literary translation, comparative literature, Canadian literature, and cultural studies. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781554586165

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Rist, Martin (editor)

Published by Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder CO (1970)

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About this Item: Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder CO, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Limited Edition. #658 of 700. Illustrated, with index. Silver cloth /gilt titles. Pictorial endpapers. Mylar DJ. Contents:Twenty-Five Years on the Range (Posse history); The Story of Judge Ben B. Lindsey by Philip B Gilliam; The Scott United Methodist Church by Fred M. Mazzulla; Colorado's First Magazine by Martin Rist; George Alexander Forsyth by Colorado State Historical Society; A Short History of the Evans Chapel by Leslie W. Scofield; The Battle of Beecher's Island by A.P. Gaines; History of the Volunteer Fire Department of Colorado Springs, 1872-1894 by Lester L. Williams; Justice, If Any, in the Twenties and Thirties by O. Otto Moore; The Celebrated Grand Tour of Ulysses S. Grant in Colorado by Robert L. Brown; Camels - Their Use in the Southwest and Final Disposition by Nolie Mumey; Silver Coquette - The San Juans, 1860-1875 by Duane Smith; George West: Some of His Accomplishments by Charles S. Ryland; Penitentes of New Mexico in the 1870's According to Thomas and Emily Harwood; Summit Springs (Indian battle) by C. Jefferson Cox; Autobiography by Charles Russell; Stephen W. Dorsey - Soldier, Statesman and Empire Builder by Francis B. Rizzari; Who Was the Virginian? by Agnes Wright Spring; A Visit From "Baby Doe" by Numa L. James; Breckenridge and the Big Snow by E.C. Peabody, Jr. and E.R. Lewandowski; The CF&I Steel Corporation by R. A. Ronzio; William Gilpin - Pioneer by Ralph Carr. Bumped spine ends. Clean, tight copy. Seller Inventory # C0990

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Martin, Agnes; Bell, Tiffany [Curator]; Brenneman, Jina [Curator]

Published by The Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico, Taos, Taos, NM (2012)

ISBN 10: 061557209X ISBN 13: 9780615572093

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About this Item: The Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico, Taos, Taos, NM, 2012. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. First edition. Softcover. A fine copy, like new. Seller Inventory # 001948

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Langsner, John [editor]

Published by San Francisco Museum of Art / Los Angeles County Museum, San Francisco / Los Angeles (1959)

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About this Item: San Francisco Museum of Art / Los Angeles County Museum, San Francisco / Los Angeles, 1959. Illustrated Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley, John McLaughlin (illustrator). First Edition. 70 Pp. Four Color Plates, Many B/W Illustrations. "In The Late 1950S, Langsner And Peter Selz, Then Professor At The Claremont Colleges, Observed A Common Link Among The Recent Work Of John Mclaughlin (1898-1976), Lorser Feitelson, Karl Benjamin, Frederick Hammersley (1919-2009) And Feitelson's Wife Helen Lundeberg. The Group Of Seven Gathered At The Feitelson's Home To Discuss A Group Exhibition Of This Non-Figurative Painting Style. Curated By Langsner, Four Abstract Classicists Opened At The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art In 1959. Helen Lundeberg Was Not Included In The Exhibit.These Painters Are Currently Being Featured In A Touring Exhibition Called "The Birth Of The Cool" In California Museums Along With Midcentury Design, Music And Film.Four Abstract Classicists Was Subtitled California Hard-Edge By British Art Critic And Curator Lawrence Alloway When It Traveled To England And Ireland. The Term Came Into Broader Use After Alloway Used It To Describe Contemporary American Geometric Abstract Painting Featuring "Economy Of Form," "Fullness Of Color," "Neatness Of Surface," And The Nonrelational Arrangement Of Forms On The Canvas. In 1964, A Second Major Hard-Edge Exhibition Curated By Jules Langsner Was Held At The Pavilion Gallery In Balboa, Ca (Also Known As The Newport Pavilion) With The Cooperation Of The Ankrum Gallery, Esther Robles Gallery, Felix Landau Gallery, Ferus Gallery And Heritage Gallery Of Los Angeles. This Was Called, Simply, California Hard-Edge Painting. Included In This Show Were Florence Arnold, John Barbour, Larry Bell, Karl Benjamin, John Coplans, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley, June Harwood, Helen Lundeberg, John Mclaughlin, And Dorothy Waldman. In 2000, Tobey C. Moss Curated Four Abstract Classicists Plus One At Her Gallery In Los Angeles. The Exhibit Again Featured John Mclaughlin, Feitelson, Hammersley, And Benjamin, And Added Lundeberg As The Fifth Of The Original Hard-Edge Painters. In 2003, Louis Stern Fine Arts Showed A Retrospective Exhibition For Lorser Feitelson Entitled Lorser Feitelson And The Invention Of Hard-Edge Painting, 1945-1965. The Same Year, Noho Modern Showed The Works Of June Harwood In An Exhibition Entitled June Harwood: Hard-Edge Painting Revisited, 1959-1969. Art Critic Dave Hickey Solidified The Place Of These 6 Artists In: The Los Angeles School: Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley, June Harwood, Helen Lundeberg, And John Mclaughlin. The Exhibition Was Held At The Ben Maltz Gallery Of The Otis Art Institute In Los Angeles In 2004-2005. The Stylethis Style Of Hard-Edge Geometric Abstraction Recalls The Earlier Work Of Kasimir Malevich, Wassily Kandinsky, Theo Van Doesburg, And Piet Mondrian. Other Artists Associated With Hard-Edge Painting Include Josef Albers, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Max Bill, Ilya Bolotowsky, Nassos Daphnis, Ronald Davis, Gene Davis, Burgoyne Diller, Peter Halley, Al Held, Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Günther C. Kirchberger, Alexander Liberman, Agnes Martin, Kenneth Noland, Georg Karl Pfahler, Ad Reinhardt, Bridget Riley, Ludwig Sander, Leon Polk Smith, Frank Stella, Myron Stout, Leo Valledor, Victor Vasarely, Charmion Von Wiegand, Neil Williams And Larry Zox." - (Wikipedia). A Long Article About This Exhibit Appears In The Los Angeles Times, , Pp D1 And D6, January 23, 2014, And The Entire Article Is Included With This Book. Five Small Labels Placed Adjacent To Illustrations Of Works By Karl Benjamin To Show Their Ownership. Contents Otherwise Fine; Covers With Wear Ar Edges Of Spine And At Points Of Tips, Light Dust And Soil In A Few Areas, Mostly On Back Cover. Seller Inventory # 021663

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All published.] Edited by John Sinclair. 4: WORK / 1-4.

About this Item: Vorliegend die vollständige amerikanische Underground-Zeitschrift "Work", die von John Sinclair kurz vor dessen Haftantritt wegen Marijuana-Besitzes herausgegeben worden war. Die hektographierte Zeitschrift wurde in Artists' Workshop hergestellt und vertrieben, ein lokaler Versuch der Selbstbestimmung für Künstler aller Disziplinen - gegründet von John Sinclair mit seiner Partnerin und Dichterin Leni (Magdalene) Arndt, dem Filmemacher Robin Eichele (eig. Eichleay), Trompeter Charles Moore und zwölf anderen. Mit Beiträgen und Erstdrucken u.a. von Magdalene Arndt, George Bowering, Ron Caplan, Victor Coleman, Robert Creely, Andrew Crozier, Robin Eichele, Ron English, Clayton Eshleman, Rainer Maria Gerhardt (übers. von Lena Arndt), Joan Gilbert, Bill Harris, Lee Harwood, Bill Hutton, Gary Johnston, Lionel Kearns, Gerrit Lansing, Charles Moore, Charles Olson, Michael Ortner, Tom Raworth, Jim Seamark, John Sinclair, Jessica Swain, George Tysh, Fred Wah, Jonathan Williams, Jerry Younkins. - Im dritten Heft eine 43seitige Homage an den Karlsruher Dichter und Literaturvermittler Rainer Maria Gerhardt (1928-1954), "die vom britischen Dichter Tom Raworth zusammengestellt worden war, und eigentlich als eigenständiges Buch hätte erscheinen sollen" (Agnes C. Mueller, Lyrik "made in USA", S. 49). Seller Inventory # 20161719

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Published by Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele. (1976)

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About this Item: Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele., 1976. 287 + 1 S. OBrosch. Jaklitsch III 320. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Mit den eighd. Unterschriften von Bernhard Klee (63), James Levine (75), Karl Böhm (87), Jean-Pierre Ponnelle (106), Günther Rennert, Gustav Rudolf Sellner (107), Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Georges Wakhevitch (108), Jörg Zimmermann, Walter Hagen-Groll (109), Jules Bastin, Heather Begg, Walter Berry, Piero Cappuccilli, Willy Caron, José Carreras, Fiorenza Cossotto, José van Dam, Helen Donath (111), Brigitte Fassbaender, Mirella Freni, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Reri Grist, Edita Gruberova, Elisabeth Harwood, Werner Hollweg (112), Anne Howells, Hans Kraemmer, Tom Krause, Klaus-Jürgen Küper, Catherine Malfitano, Kerstin Meyer, Paolo Montarsolo (113), Carol Neblett, Claudio Nicolai, Wieslaw Ochman, Rolando Panerai, Janet Perry, Eva Randova, Kurt Rydl, Peter Schreier (114), Michel Sénéchal, Gunda Spiluttini, Frederica von Stade, Giorgio Stendoro, Tatiana Troyanos, Hermann Winkler (115), Ernst Haeusserman, Johannes Schaaf (160), Otto Schenk, Willi Schmidt (161), William Milié, Ernst Hinreiner (163), Herbert Aichinger, Martin Benrath, Senta Berger, Karl Blühm, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Peter Broglé, Vilma Degischer, Erland Erlandsen (165), Rosemarie Fendel, Agnes Fink, Erik Frey, Thomas Fritsch, Adrienne Gessner, Harald Harth, Kurt Heintel, Friedemann Held (166), Christiane Hörbiger, Michael Janisch, Curd Jürgens, Helmut Lohner, Konrad Materna, Peter Matic, Fritz Muliar, Helmut F. Scharinger (?) (167), Kurt Müller-Walden, Marianne Nentwich, Christine Ostermayer, Romuald Pekny, Helmut Pick, Anton Pointecker, Walther Reyer (168), Hermann Scheidleder, Aglaja Schmid, Dolores Schmidinger, Werner R. Schnitzer, Heinrich Schweiger, Hannes Siegl, Rudolf Weitlaner (169), Heidelinde Weis, Senta Wengraf, Klausjürgen Wussow, Josef Zehetgruber, Philipp Zeska, Grete Zimmer (170), Leif Segerstam, Herbert Blomstedt, Zubin Mehta (189), Seiji Ozawa, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Gennadi Roschdestwenskij (190), Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Kazuhiro Koizumi (jap.) (193), Heinrich Schiff (195), Jean van Ree, Roland Hermann, Jane Marsh, Theo Adam (196), Margaret Price, Victoria Postnikova (199), Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Agnes Baltsa (203), Gideon Kremer, Oleg Meisenberg (211), Emil Gilels, André Watts, Maurizio Pollini (212), Luciano Pavarotti, Leone Magiera (221), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gundula Janowitz, Irwin Gage, Hermann Prey (222), Erik Werba, Edith Mathis (225), Leopold Hager, Gerhard Wimberger, Theodor Guschlbauer (239), Krisztina Laki, Rudolf Buchbinder (240), István Gati, Walter Klien, Peter Aronsky, Jörg Demus, Kaja Danszowska, Stefan Kamasa (241), Claudio Scimone, Hans Stadlmair, Vilmos Tatrai (250), Ralf Weikert, Ulrich Weder (251), May Sandoz, Barry Tuckwell, Norbert Hauptmann, Rudolf Klepac (252) sowie der eigh. Widmung von Michael Heltau (172) und Maurice André (199). Seller Inventory # 540BB

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Published by Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele. (1976)

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About this Item: Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele., 1976. 287 + 1 S. OBrosch. Jaklitsch III 320. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Mit den eighd. Unterschriften von Bernhard Klee (63), James Levine (75), Karl Böhm (87), Jean-Pierre Ponnelle (106), Günther Rennert, Gustav Rudolf Sellner (107), Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Georges Wakhevitch (108), Jörg Zimmermann, Walter Hagen-Groll (109), Jules Bastin, Heather Begg, Walter Berry, Piero Cappuccilli, Willy Caron, José Carreras, Fiorenza Cossotto, José van Dam, Helen Donath (111), Brigitte Fassbaender, Mirella Freni, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Reri Grist, Edita Gruberova, Elisabeth Harwood, Werner Hollweg (112), Anne Howells, Hans Kraemmer, Tom Krause, Klaus-Jürgen Küper, Catherine Malfitano, Kerstin Meyer, Paolo Montarsolo (113), Carol Neblett, Claudio Nicolai, Wieslaw Ochman, Rolando Panerai, Janet Perry, Eva Randova, Kurt Rydl, Peter Schreier (114), Michel Sénéchal, Gunda Spiluttini, Frederica von Stade, Giorgio Stendoro, Tatiana Troyanos, Hermann Winkler (115), Ernst Haeusserman, Johannes Schaaf (160), Otto Schenk, Willi Schmidt (161), William Milié, Ernst Hinreiner (163), Herbert Aichinger, Martin Benrath, Senta Berger, Karl Blühm, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Peter Broglé, Vilma Degischer, Erland Erlandsen (165), Rosemarie Fendel, Agnes Fink, Erik Frey, Thomas Fritsch, Adrienne Gessner, Harald Harth, Kurt Heintel, Friedemann Held (166), Christiane Hörbiger, Michael Janisch, Curd Jürgens, Helmut Lohner, Konrad Materna, Peter Matic, Fritz Muliar, Helmut F. Scharinger (?) (167), Kurt Müller-Walden, Marianne Nentwich, Christine Ostermayer, Romuald Pekny, Helmut Pick, Anton Pointecker, Walther Reyer (168), Hermann Scheidleder, Aglaja Schmid, Dolores Schmidinger, Werner R. Schnitzer, Heinrich Schweiger, Hannes Siegl, Rudolf Weitlaner (169), Heidelinde Weis, Senta Wengraf, Klausjürgen Wussow, Josef Zehetgruber, Philipp Zeska, Grete Zimmer (170), Leif Segerstam, Herbert Blomstedt, Zubin Mehta (189), Seiji Ozawa, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Gennadi Roschdestwenskij (190), Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Kazuhiro Koizumi (jap.) (193), Heinrich Schiff (195), Jean van Ree, Roland Hermann, Jane Marsh, Theo Adam (196), Margaret Price, Victoria Postnikova (199), Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Agnes Baltsa (203), Gideon Kremer, Oleg Meisenberg (211), Emil Gilels, André Watts, Maurizio Pollini (212), Luciano Pavarotti, Leone Magiera (221), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gundula Janowitz, Irwin Gage, Hermann Prey (222), Erik Werba, Edith Mathis (225), Leopold Hager, Gerhard Wimberger, Theodor Guschlbauer (239), Krisztina Laki, Rudolf Buchbinder (240), István Gati, Walter Klien, Peter Aronsky, Jörg Demus, Kaja Danszowska, Stefan Kamasa (241), Claudio Scimone, Hans Stadlmair, Vilmos Tatrai (250), Ralf Weikert, Ulrich Weder (251), May Sandoz, Barry Tuckwell, Norbert Hauptmann, Rudolf Klepac (252) sowie der eigh. Widmung von Michael Heltau (172), Maurice André (199). Seller Inventory # 30097AB

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Published by Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele. (1970)

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About this Item: Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele., 1970. 395 + 1 S. OBrosch. Jaklitsch III 320. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Mit den eighd. Unterschriften von Karl Böhm (80), Ingrid Bjoner, Günther Rennert (85), Geraint Evans (98), Rosalind Elias (117), Seiji Ozawa (auch jap.) (121), Hermann Prey (129), Wolfgang Sawallisch (131), Edith Mathis (135), Olivera Miljakovic, Jaroslav Cejka (151), Zubin Mehta (159), Günther Rennert, Herbert Graf (183), Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, O.F. Schuh (184), Ladislav Stros (185), Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Rudolf Heinrich, Georges Wakhevitch (186), Veniero Colasanti, John Moore (187), Kurt Joos, Walter Hagen-Groll, Wazlaw Orlikowsky, Oskar Peter (188), Theo Adam, Luigi Alva, Nassrin Azarmi, Agnes Baltsa, Margarethe Bence, Walter Berry, Ingrid Bjoner, Stuart Burrows, Jaroslav Cejka (190), Ileana Cotrubas, Franz Crass, José van Dam, Ryland Davies, Helen Donath, Rosalind Elias, Geraint Evans, Enrico Fissore, Mirella Freni (191), Siegfried R. Frese, Gabriele Fuchs, Sylvia Geszty, Peter Glossop, Ilse Gramatzki, Donald Grobe, Victor von Halem (192), Elisabeth Harwood, Michael Heltau, Klaus Hirte, William Holley, Werner Hollweg, Fritz Holzer, Celestina Kegel-Casapietra (193), Zoltan Kelemen, Robert Kerns, James King, Tom Krause, Herbert Lackner, Jörg Liebenfels, Monique Lobasà, Kari Lövaas, Stefanie Malagu (194), Spiro Malas, Carol Malone, Edith Mathis, Ingrid Mayr, Franz Mazura, Olivera Miljakovic, Kurt Moll, Rolando Panerai, Alfred Pfeifle (195), Hermann Prey, Walter Ranninger, Jean van Ree, Luigi Roni, Anneliese Rothenberger, Suzanne Sarroca, Marga Schiml, Peter Schreier, Gunda Spiluttini (196), Teresa Stratos, David Thaw, Richard Tomaselli, Gerhard Unger, Jon Vickers, Hanna-Rose Wald, Otto Wiener, Hans Wegmann (197), Christiane Schröder (215), Romuald Pekny (233), Siegfried Löwitz, Kurt Sowinetz (241), Oskar Fritz Schuh, Otomar Krejca (245), Erni Kniepert, Josef Svoboda, Rolf Christiansen, Rudolf Heinrich (246), Ernst Hinreiner, Rolf Scharre (247), Axel von Ambesser, Peter Arens, Ewald Balser, Achim Benning, Karl Blühm, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Gabriele Buch, Vilma Degischer, Erland Erlandsen (248), Ullrich Haupt, Kurt Heintel, Friedemann Held, Fritz Holzer, Christiane Hörbiger, Otto Kerry, Tom Krinzinger (249), Lia Lange, Jörg Liebenfels, Fred Liewehr, Siegfried Löwitz, Max Mairich, Maria Martina, Louise Martini, Peter Matic, Gisela Mattishent (250), Karl Merkatz, Hanns Obonya, Romuald Pekny, Heinz Petters, Hans Putz, Heinz Reincke, Branko Samarovski, Liselotte Schreiner (251), Christiane Schröder, Ernst Schröder, Heinrich Schweiger, Eva Servaes, Kurt Sowinetz, Edd Stavjanik, Sonja Sutter, Curth A. Tichy (252), Gert Westphal, Bernhard Wicki, Karl-Heinz Windhorst (253), Oskar Werner (256), Rafael Kubelik (273), Claudio Abbado, Carlo Maria Giulini (277), Kurt Masur, Reinhard Peters (281), Rosalind Elias, Walter Berry, Reri Grist, Helen Donath (284), Stefania Woytowicz, Bernhard Ladysz, Hans Christian (285), Milan Horvat (289), Pinchas Zukerman, Justus Frantz (297), Ingrid Haebler, Christoph Eschenbach, Young Uck Kim (299), Tamas Vasary, Emil Gilels (301), Hermann Prey, Teresa Zylis-Gara, Tom Krause (309), Christa Ludwig, Gundula Janowitz, Peter Schreier (311), Irwin Gage, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Erik Werba (313), José van Dam, Sylvia Geszty, Walter Klien, Ileana Cotrubas, Karlheinz Zöller, Stefania Malagu, Michael Schwalbé, André Lardrot (323), Bernhard Conz, Ulrich Weder, Leopold Hager, Theodor Guschlbauer (331), Eric Tappy, Siegmund Nimsgern, Edda Moser (347). Seller Inventory # 7417AB

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Published by Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele. (1970)

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About this Item: Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele., 1970. 395 + 1 S. OBrosch. Jaklitsch III 320. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Mit den eighd. Unterschriften von Karl Böhm (80), Ingrid Bjoner, Günther Rennert (85), Geraint Evans (98), Rosalind Elias (117), Seiji Ozawa (auch jap.) (121), Hermann Prey (129), Wolfgang Sawallisch (131), Edith Mathis (135), Olivera Miljakovic, Jaroslav Cejka (151), Zubin Mehta (159), Günther Rennert, Herbert Graf (183), Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, O.F. Schuh (184), Ladislav Stros (185), Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Rudolf Heinrich, Georges Wakhevitch (186), Veniero Colasanti, John Moore (187), Kurt Joos, Walter Hagen-Groll, Wazlaw Orlikowsky, Oskar Peter (188), Theo Adam, Luigi Alva, Nassrin Azarmi, Agnes Baltsa, Margarethe Bence, Walter Berry, Ingrid Bjoner, Stuart Burrows, Jaroslav Cejka (190), Ileana Cotrubas, Franz Crass, José van Dam, Ryland Davies, Helen Donath, Rosalind Elias, Geraint Evans, Enrico Fissore, Mirella Freni (191), Siegfried R. Frese, Gabriele Fuchs, Sylvia Geszty, Peter Glossop, Ilse Gramatzki, Donald Grobe, Victor von Halem (192), Elisabeth Harwood, Michael Heltau, Klaus Hirte, William Holley, Werner Hollweg, Fritz Holzer, Celestina Kegel-Casapietra (193), Zoltan Kelemen, Robert Kerns, James King, Tom Krause, Herbert Lackner, Jörg Liebenfels, Monique Lobasà, Kari Lövaas, Stefanie Malagu (194), Spiro Malas, Carol Malone, Edith Mathis, Ingrid Mayr, Franz Mazura, Olivera Miljakovic, Kurt Moll, Rolando Panerai, Alfred Pfeifle (195), Hermann Prey, Walter Ranninger, Jean van Ree, Luigi Roni, Anneliese Rothenberger, Suzanne Sarroca, Marga Schiml, Peter Schreier, Gunda Spiluttini (196), Teresa Stratos, David Thaw, Richard Tomaselli, Gerhard Unger, Jon Vickers, Hanna-Rose Wald, Otto Wiener, Hans Wegmann (197), Christiane Schröder (215), Romuald Pekny (233), Siegfried Löwitz, Kurt Sowinetz (241), Oskar Fritz Schuh, Otomar Krejca (245), Erni Kniepert, Josef Svoboda, Rolf Christiansen, Rudolf Heinrich (246), Ernst Hinreiner, Rolf Scharre (247), Axel von Ambesser, Peter Arens, Ewald Balser, Achim Benning, Karl Blühm, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Gabriele Buch, Vilma Degischer, Erland Erlandsen (248), Ullrich Haupt, Kurt Heintel, Friedemann Held, Fritz Holzer, Christiane Hörbiger, Otto Kerry, Tom Krinzinger (249), Lia Lange, Jörg Liebenfels, Fred Liewehr, Siegfried Löwitz, Max Mairich, Maria Martina, Louise Martini, Peter Matic, Gisela Mattishent (250), Karl Merkatz, Hanns Obonya, Elfriede Ott, Romuald Pekny, Heinz Petters, Hans Putz, Heinz Reincke, Branko Samarovski, Liselotte Schreiner (251), Christiane Schröder, Ernst Schröder, Heinrich Schweiger, Eva Servaes, Kurt Sowinetz, Edd Stavjanik, Sonja Sutter, Curth A. Tichy (252), Gert Westphal, Bernhard Wicki, Karl-Heinz Windhorst (253), Oskar Werner (256), Rafael Kubelik (273), Claudio Abbado, Carlo Maria Giulini (277), Kurt Masur, Reinhard Peters (281), Rosalind Elias, Walter Berry, Reri Grist, Helen Donath (284), Stefania Woytowicz, Bernhard Ladysz, Hans Christian (285), Milan Horvat (289), Pinchas Zukerman, Justus Frantz (297), Ingrid Haebler, Christoph Eschenbach, Young Uck Kim (299), Tamas Vasary, Geza Anda, Emil Gilels (301), Hermann Prey, Teresa Zylis-Gara, Tom Krause (309), Christa Ludwig, Gundula Janowitz, Peter Schreier (311), Irwin Gage, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Erik Werba (313), José van Dam, Sylvia Geszty, Walter Klien, Ileana Cotrubas, Karlheinz Zöller, Stefania Malagu, Michael Schwalbé, André Lardrot (323), Bernhard Conz, Ulrich Weder, Leopold Hager, Theodor Guschlbauer (331), Eric Tappy, Siegmund Nimsgern, Edda Moser (347). Seller Inventory # 30124AB

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About this Item: Salzburg, Pressebüro der Salzburger Festspiele., 1973. 295 + 1 S. OBrosch. Jaklitsch III 320. - Leichte Gbrsp. - Mit den eighd. Unterschriften von Leif Segerstam (90), Gustav Rudolf Sellner, Jean-Pierre Ponnelle (104), Günther Rennert (105), August Everding (106), Andrzej Majewski (108), Kurt Jooss (109), Sylvia Anderson, Heljä Angervo, Wolfgang Anheisser, Jane Berbié, Teresa Berganza, Annabelle Bernard, Walter Berry, Helge Bömches, Norma Burrowes (110), Boris Carmeli, José van Dam, Anton Diakov, Dieter Ellenbeck, Brigitte Fassbaender, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (111), Siegfried Rudolf Frese, Wayne Geis, Sylviua Geszty, Josef Greindl, Kai Griffel, Reri Grist, Elizabeth Harwood (112), Hans Helm, Werner Hollweg, Gertrude Jahn, Hannes Jokel, Zoltan Kelemen (113), Gwendolyn Killebrew, Colette Lorand, Kari Lövaas, Curt Malm, Evelyn Mandac (114), Jane Marsh, Edith Mathis, Kurt Moll, Wieslaw Ochman, Hermann Patzalt, Hermann Prey (115), Walter Ranigner, Suzanne Sarroca, Peter Schreier, Joanna Simon, Gunda Spiluttini (116), Richard Tomaselli, Gerhard Unger, Olga Warla, Hans Wegmann (117), Otto Schenk (173), Jürgen Rose, Veniero Colasanti, John Moore (174), Günther Schneider-Siemssen (175), William Milié, Ernst Hinreiner (176), Erich Aberle, Heribert Aichinger, Ewald Balser, Ernst Barthels, Martin Benrath, Toni Berger (177), Karl Blühm, Gerd Böckmann, Rolf Boysen, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Vilma Degischer, Gaby Dohm, Maria Emo (178), Agnes Fink, Elisabeth Flickenschmidt, Erik Frey, Lambert Hamel, Harald Harth, Angelika Hauff, Nicole Heesters, Kurt Heintel (179), Friedemann Held, Michael Heltau, Frank Hoffmann, Christiane Hörbiger, Wolfgang Hübsch, P. Walter Jacob, Helmuth Janatsch, Michael Janisch (180), Curd Jürgens, Werner Kreindl, Tom Krinzinger, Georg Lehn, Helmut Lohner, Siegfried Löwitz dat. 12.8.73 (181), Max Mairich, Sylvia Manas, Peter Matic, Josef Meinrad, Rudolf Melichar (182), Fritz Muliar, Richard Münch, Christine Ostermayer, Frantisek Palka, Karl Paryla, Romuald Pekny (183), Wolfgang Reichmann, Walther Reyer, Hannes Riesenberger, Dietrich Schlederer (184), Aglaja Schmid, Aljoscha Sebald, Herwig Seeböck, Sabine Sinjen, Ferruccio Soleri, Adolph Spalinger, Edd Stavjanik (185), Bruno Thost, Karl Michael Vogler, Gert Westphal, Hans Dieter Zeidler, Philipp Zeska, Grete Zimmer, Kurt Zips (186), Will Quadflieg (189), Milan Horvat, Andre Previn (203), Wolfgang Sawallisch, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Seiji Ozawa (207), Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta (211), Peter Baillié, Ladislaus Illavsky, Jean Bernard Pommier, Josef Suk (214), Kyung-Wha Chung, Janet Baker (215), Alfred Brendel (216), Henryk Szeryng, Leonid Kogan (225), Christoph Eschenbach, Maurizio Pollini, Alexis Weissenberg (227), Felix Lavilla, Tom Krause, Irwin Gage (234), Leonard Hokanson (235), Gerhard Wimberger, Bernhard Klee, Leopold Hager, Theodor Guschlbauer (242), Robert Kerns, Alexander Jenner, Joseph Kalichstein, Karl Engel, Peter Damm (245), Ralf Weikert, Friedemann Layer, Lothar Zagrosek (260), Ernst Märzendorfer, Ingrid Mayr (166), Horst F. Laubenthal, Gabriele Fuchs (267). Seller Inventory # 533BB

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