New in New jacket. Lang: -English, Pages 115. It is the reprint edition of the original edition which was published long back (1790). The book is printed in black on high quality paper with Matt Laminated colored dust cover. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. We tried to manage the best possible copy but in some cases, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or with black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. Print on Demand.
Good. Quarto. Hardcover Cloth. Facsimile Reprint. 1968. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. Text in English 94 pp. w/ plates. reprint of the 1790 edition. Corners rubbed. interior pages are clean throughout. Binding is solid. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Good. No dj, small bump on spine clean and tight pages On Sale: 65% off This is a former library book with library stickers and stamps. PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME OF THESE ITEMS DO NOT HAVE DUST JACKETS AND WERE REBOUND BY THE LIBRARY AND SO ARE NOT IN THE SAME CONDITION AS WHEN THEY WERE SHIPPED FROM THE PUBLISHER. 100% of this purchase will support literacy programs through a nonprofit organization!
Illustrated by Illustrated. Good+ with no dust jacket. Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, sunning, rubbed, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize hardcover.; Reprint of the 1790 edition, Printed for the Author, and sold by I and J Taylor. Illustrated with 13 crisp, numbered plates, not bound in correct order. "...Saunders work presented a pithy account of what was wrong with almost all existing theatres and explained what could be done, through new building or reconstruction, to put things right. Saunders brings to brings to his subject a broad knowledge of contemporary theatre architecture and a sharply critical view of its quality, as in his critique of Michael Novosielski's reconstruction of the King's Theatre in the Haymarket in 1782 as having arrested the progress of sound at every point. Saunders believed in the fundamental importance of sound in the design of theatres, though he knew no more than his contemporaries about the dynamics of the phenomena."-Jane Milling et al; The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2, page 302. An important early treatise that illuminates the relationships between architecture, social convention and acoustics in theatre design.; Ex-Library; x, 94, 13 pl pages.
SAUNDERS, George. A TREATISE ON THEATRES. New York: Blom, 1968. Folio. Cloth. (ii), x, 94 pages, 17 plates. Facsimile of the 1790 edition on the architecture of theaters from ancient Greece to the end of the eighteenth century. Very good.
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