George Jellinek, announcer of the beloved WQXR radio show "The Vocal Scene," writes vividly and movingly about the great wave of European culture that swept him and his distinguished generation to our shores before and after World War II.George Jellinek, announcer of the beloved WQXR radio show "The Vocal Scene," writes vividly and movingly about the great wave of European culture that swept him and his distinguished generation to our shores before and after World War II.Read Less
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8vo. VG-/-no DJ. charcoal black glossy wraps spine, bold blue italicized author at tip and white uppercase for title, but full title and publisher obscured by white library paste-down strip with typed black internal coding. this affixed label is secured by wide and panel height clear laminate strip that extends some aside the spine on panels. front softcover curling, mild edgewear to wrappers exterior area perimeter. generally read through. illustrations are b/w photos with title. blank white label affixed to rear inside cover. stamped in black upon upper edge EX-LIBRIS, clear fore-edge and bottom edges. 243 pp. ISBN # 9780786428236. Rockville.
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