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B&W illustrations. Very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 199pp. ISBN 1881019071 The six distinguished historians who provide perceptive essays on the Old West/New West battleground are: Carl Abbott, Patricia Nelson Limerick, Gerald Nash, Malcolm Rohrbough, Gerald Thompson, and Donald Worster, with an introduction by Gene M. Gressley.
Publisher: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., London
Date published: 1887
Description: Very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) 420pp. GIVING REFERENCES, BY TOPICS, TO NOTABLE PASSAGES AND SIGNIFICANT EXPRESSIONS; BRIEF HISTORIES OF THE PLAYS; GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES, AND HISTORICAL INCIDENTS; MENTION OF ALL CHARACTERS, AND SKETCHES OF IMPORTANT ONES; TOGETHER WITH EXPLANATION OF ALLUSIONS AND OBSCURE AND OBSOLETE WORDS AND PHRASES. Read More
Description: B&W ill., music examples. Very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 764pp. ISBN 0193163101 The volume opens with two chapters by Gerald Abraham on the music of the period up to 1914 and one by Martin Cooper specifically on stage works during the same period. Then follows a chapter by Mosco Carner on music in the European mainland from 1918 to 1940. The narrative is concluded by Peter Evans, who deals with music on the European mainland from 1940 to 1960. As a complement to the account of ... Read More