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About this Item: Berlin Bote u Bock (etwa ), 1910. 75, (1) S. OBr. (leicht abgestaubt, Titel am Heftrand m. kl. unterlegtem Ausriß). Sprache: Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 1194691

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About this Item: in-8, 288 pages, ill., cartes. Broché. Sommaire: C. PIHET. Les résistances des sociétés indigènes d'Occident à la conquête romaine. - A. SAUNIER. Les connaissances d'un barbier et chirurgien français en 1455. - J.-P. ESCHLIMANN. Subordination des techniques d'enquête à la transmission traditionnelle du savoir. J. RIVALLAIN. Le sel dans les villages côtiers et lagunaires du bas dahomey. - V. BAMBA. Problèmes de tendance: S.F.I.O. et politique coloniale. - J.-N. LOUCOU.La deuxième guerre mondiale et ses effets en Côte d'Ivoire. . Seller Inventory # 298201

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About this Item: Sans date. Bilingue. (Alphabet cyrilique). Textes en regards. Reliure de l'éditeur. 623 pages. Jaquette. Seller Inventory # 29192

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About this Item: Adolph Fürstner Berlin u. a. 1.) Tosca. Musikdrama in drei Akten von V. Sardou, L. Illicia, G. Giacosa. Deutsch von Max Kalbeck, Musik von G. Puccini, Druck und Verlag G. Ricordi & C., Mailand, Leipzig, Broschur, minimal abgenutzt, insgesamt gut erhalten. 2.) Der Rosenkavalier. Komödie für Musik in drei Aufzügen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Musik von Richard Strauss, Verlag und Eigentum für alle Länder Adolph Fürstner Berlin, 1910 u. 1911, Halbleinen, möglicherweise Zweitbindung (in guter Qualität), gut bis sehr gut erhalten. 3.) Das Fest der Handwerker. Komisches Gemälde aus dem Volksleben in einem Akt. Als Vaudeville behandelt von Louis Angeln, Universal-Bibliothek 110, Verlag von Philipp Reclam jun. Leipzig, Ränder stark gestoßen (auch noch in späterer Ausgabe ohne Einband beiliegend). 4.) Rossini: Der Barbier von Sevilla. Vollständiges Opernbuch. Komische Oper in zwei Aufzügen, herausgegeben von Georg Richard Kruse, Verlag von Philipp Reclam jun. Leipzig 1937, 95 Seiten, gut erhalten. 5.) Textbuch der Gesänge aus Orpheus in der Unterwelt, Operette in einem Vorspiel und drei Bildern. Frei bearbeitet nach Cremieux-Kalisch von Günther Bibo, Musik von J. Offenbach, musikalische Einrichtung Theo Mackeben, Ed. Bote & G. Bock Berlin 1928, 37 Seiten, Format 12 x 8,5 cm, Einbd etwas angegraut, sonst gut erhalten. 6.) W. A. Mozart: Don Juan, Oper in zwei Aufzügen, Vollständiges Opernbuch, durchgearbeitet und herausgegeben von C. Fr. Wittmann, Reclams Universal-Bibliothek Nr. 2646, Verlag Philipp Reclam jun. Leipzig, Einband stark abgenutzt, Textblock gut erhalten. 7.) Mignon. Oper in drei Akten. Mit Benutzung des Goetheschen Romans "Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre" von Michel Carre und Jules Barbier. Deutsch von Ferd. Gumbert, Musik von Ambroise Thomas, Adolph Fürstner Berlin, o. J., 44 Seiten, Einband stärker abgenutzt. 8.) Textbuch. Tiefland. Musikdrama in einem Vorspiel und zwei Aufzügen nach A. Guimera von Rudolph Lothar, Musik von Eugen d'Albert, Ed. Bote & Bock Berlin, o. J. 87 Seiten, grüner O. Karton, Einband ausgeblichen und leicht abgenutzt, mit Stempel "Konzertkasse Bading, Neuköln" und beiliegendem Kassenzettel "Erich Bading. Spezialhaus für Grammophone Odeon Parlophone Beka, Neuköln Bergstr. 43, 009 SEP - 7". 9.) Der Freischütz. Romantische Oper in drei Aufzügen (nach dem gleichnamigen Volksmärchen ) von Friedrich Kind. Musik von C. M. von Weber. Mit einer Einführung und Thementafeln von Richard Specht, Wiener Textbuchbibliothek, Wallishausser'sche Buchhandlung / Universal-Edition Aktiengesellschaft Wien, ornamentierter O. Kartoneinband, o. J., 48 Seiten, Einband leicht abgenutzt. 10.) Die Fledermaus. Komische Operette in drei Akten nach Mailhar und Halevy, bearbeitet von C. Haffner und Richard Gener, Musik von Johann Strauß, Musikalien- und Bühnenverlag Josef Weinberger Leipzig Zürich Wien, o. J., 40 Seiten, O.Karton-Einband im Jugendstil, Rückseite mit Fehlstelle, insgesamt leicht abgenutzt. 11.) Zar und Zimmermann. Komische Oper in drei Akten. Musik von Albert Lortzing, o. J., 32 Seiten, Verlagsbuchhandlung Rud. Bechtold & Com. Wiesbaden, kunstvoll illustrierter O.Karton-Einband, an den Rändern stärker abgenutzt. 12.) Götterdämmerung. Dritter Tag aus der Trilogie: Der Ring des Nibelungen von Richard Wagner, o. J., 86 Seiten, Verlag B. Schott's Söhne Mainz, O.Karton-Einband, Einband stärker abgenutzt. 13.) Giuseppi Verdi: La Traviata. Oper in vier Aufzügen. Dichtung nach Dumas des Jüngeren. Roman "Die Kameliendame" von Francesko Maria Piave, vollständiges Buch, durchgearbeitet und herausgegeben von Carl Friedr. Wittmann, Reclams Universal-Bibliothek Nr. 4357, o. J., 90 Seiten, Verlag Philipp Reclam jun. Leipzig, Einband minimal abgenutzt, sonst gut erhalten. 14.) Giuseppi Verdi: Rigoletto. Oper in vier Aufzügen, Dichtung nach Francesko Maria Piave, vollständiges Buch, durchgesehen und herausgegeben von Carl Friedr. Wittmann, o. J., 92 Seiten, Reclams Universal-Bibliothek Nr. 4256, Verlag Philipp Reclam jun. Leipzig, Einband minimal abgenutzt, sonst gut. Seller Inventory # DA-1782

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About this Item: o. O. [Graz ?], -, o. J. [um ?]., 1850. 52 S. Priv. HLwd. der Zeit. Nur lithographierte Noten, keine Texte. - Ebd. m. Knickspuren, rückw. Ebd.-Deckel fehlt zu einem Drittel, durchgehend feuchtigkeitsrandig, tlw. m. hds. Anm. im T. (Notenumschreibung), Gbrsp. - Wohl zu einer Blaskapelle gehörend. Seller Inventory # 39396DB

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About this Item: Choudens [PN A.C. 738], Paris, 1866. Large octavo. Quarter contemporary red calf with marbled boards, rules and titling gilt to spine, marbled endpapers. 1f. (title), [i] (named cast list for the first performance and table of contents), 148 pp. Lithographed. Text in French. Handstamps of Choudens and E. Heu to lower margin of title. Printer's note to lower margin of table of contents.Binding slightly worn, bumped, and scuffed; head of spine slightly torn. Some minor soiling; small tear to blank head of first two leaves. Probable first issue of the second version. Lesure II, p. 108-109. OCLC no. 15150060. The first performance of La Colombe took place at the Théatre de Bade in Baden-Baden on August 3, 1860, under the direction of Edouard Bénazet. An expanded version of the opera was staged at the Opéra-Comique in Paris in 1866."Gounod's 12 operas span a range of the generic types available in French lyric theatre. Smaller works such as Philémon et Baucis and La colombe strike a balance between spoken dialogue and set pieces typical of opéra comique of the second quarter of the 19th century: relatively small-scale numbers, with many strophic types among them, are joined by long passages of dialogue. Musical depictions of frivolity are relatively few by standards of the genre, contributing to the general tenor of these pieces as sentimental comedy." Steven Huebner in Grove Music Online. Seller Inventory # 26259

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About this Item: n/a, 1806. Hardcover. Condition: Good. n/a. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Barbier F. Barbier J.j. Engraving the Medi Jupiter in Obraze Diana and Nimfa Callisto 1806 Mr. (diploma141) SKU61757412 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Seller Inventory # 61757412

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About this Item: Paris, 1806. Hardcover. Condition: Good. n/a. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUALB042008011568 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Seller Inventory # ALB042008011568

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Masse, Victor, 1822-1884. Michel Carre, 1819-1872. Jules Barbier, 1825-1901.

Published by Paris, France: Alexdre. Grus Editr. Boulevart Bonne-Nouvelle, 31 [Alexandre Grus Editeur], [no date, circa 1861-1870]. (1870)

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About this Item: Paris, France: Alexdre. Grus Editr. Boulevart Bonne-Nouvelle, 31 [Alexandre Grus Editeur], [no date, circa 1861-1870]., 1870. [4], 151 pages. Hardcover: H 27.5cm x L 18.25cm. Quarter leather binding; well scuffed red leather spine with four thick raised bands with gilt stamped lettering (title/author) in two compartments. Green cloth boards stained and rubbed, gilt stamped "J.M." above front board center; red leather corners well worn. Red and white checkerboard patterned endpapers. Scarce New Orleans mid-19th century ticketed binding with front pastedown's top left corner having bindery ticket for "S. Reichert | Bookbinder | And Stationer, | No. 140 Royal Street, | New Orleans." Some soiling and toning to ticket which measures H 2.75cm x L 4.5cm and printed in light purple with floral border. Strong toning/foxing to interior leaves; several leaves/quires pulled with worn fore-edges; pencil gift inscription on front flyleaf; facsimile inscription by Victor Massé on page [3]; two short tears at rear free endpaper's bottom margin. Slight splitting evident to rear hinge with several stress points to binding among text block and evidence of a few old repairs at spine margins of several leaves but, overall, the binding is still firm. Pictorial title page has antiquarian ink signature at top right corner with three music dealer stamps at lower third: {1} Louis Grunewald | 129 Canal | New Orleans | Musical Instruments"; {2} Beer & Schirmer | New-York | [illegible]"; and {3} "L. Grus" [presumably for Léon Grus]. Grunewald stamp repeated on page [3]. Only a good copy at best but still a scarce example of a New Orleans ticketed binding which should date to the 1860s. LES NOCES DE JEANNETTE was first published in Paris in 1853 with this undated "nouvelle edition" likely issued in the early 1860s. New Orleans city directories for 1861 and 1866 list Simon Reichert as a bookbinder located at 140 Royal Street with his residence at 119 Barracks in the lower Vieux Carre. Reichert did operate at 157 Conti Street during the 1850s. Immigration records list Reichert as arriving in New Orleans in January 1848. The book's Beer & Schirmer stamp might be the best date indicator as Bernard Beer and Gustav Schirmer were partners only from 1861 to 1866 before the latter bought out the former. Seller Inventory # D17-5027

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La Colombe Opéra Comique En Deux Actes,: GOUNOD, Charles 1818-1893
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About this Item: Choudens [A.C. 738.], Paris, 1860. Large octavo. Quarter dark brown morocco with pebbled paper boards, raised bands on spine in ruled compartments with titling and publication date gilt, marbled endpapers, original publisher's illustrated lithographic upper wrapper bound in. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), [i] (named cast list and table of contents), 2-132 pp. Engraved.With composer's autograph inscription signed "Ch. Gounod" in brown ink to head of title: "à mon bon ami Hasselmans - souvenir bien amical"), with Hasselmans's handstamp to upper corner of upper wrapper. Named cast includes Carvalho, A. Faivre, Roger, and Balanqué.Small publisher's oval handstamp to lower outer corner of title.Binding slightly worn, rubbed and bumped with small scratches to upper; upper wrapper somewhat soiled and creased. Title browned; some foxing and offsetting; occasional creasing or splitting at inner margins; publisher's handstamp faded. First Edition of the original version. Lesure p. 108. The first performance of La Colombe took place at the Théatre de Bade in Baden-Baden on August 3, 1860, under the direction of Edouard Bénazet; an expanded version of the opera was staged at the Opéra-Comique in Paris in 1866. Gounod may have inscribed this copy for Josef H. Hasselmans (1814-1902), a Belgian conductor, harpist, and violinist. Hasselmans "became first violinist with the orchestra of the Théâtre Royal, Antwerp, and later its conductor. His career continued at Strasbourg where he conducted the orchestra of the Théâtre Municipal, and in 1854 he became the first director of the Strasbourg Conservatoire. He was a respected teacher as well as a creditable conductor, and may be remembered for two major schools of double-action harp playing which stemmed from his tutelage." Wagner described him as "a very good-natured, amiable fellow." Alice Lawson Aber-Count in Grove Music Online. Seller Inventory # 25602

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