Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser [x]
Topic: MUSIC [x]
Van Vechten, Carl
New York: Knopf, 1916.
Boards, labels faded, Van Vechten's second boo. more
New York: Dutton, 1959.
Gathered and sewn, unbound sheets, in dust jacket. Slight offsetting on the front endpaper, otherwise fine. First edition, an advance copy of the author's first more
San Francisco Symphony Chamber Music Series program, January 9, 1994 (Previn played piano in the Brahms F minor quintet).Signed on p. 15 by Previn. Fine, more
1-1/4 pages. Responding to a query apparently concerning the homosexual relation between the playwright and poet Maurice Rostand, son of Edmond Rostand, and Jean Cocteau. more
Five pages, in ink. Erich Kauffmann was the partner of trombonist Franz Schuritz who formulated the lip salve that Armstrong discovered in the 1930s and more
Honolulu: J.H. Soper / The Hawaiian News Co, 1888.
18 pieces of sheet music. Original black cloth, front cover with gilt title, spine and corners worn, light dampstain on lower margins. This set lists more
Black-and-white 1983 portrait photograph by Christopher Cox, 10 x 8 inches.Inscribed: "For Happy Feldman, greetings, Virgil Thomson, 1985." Fine condition. American composer Thomson (1896-1989) is more
Black-and-white 1983 portrait photograph by Christopher Cox, 10 x 8 inches.Inscribed: "For Joan Kimmel, Virgil Thomson." Fine condition. American composer Thomson (1896-1989) is best known more
For the York Symphony Orchestra, Pennsylvania, November 12, 1940, 12 pages 8vo in selfwrappers. Zimbalist played the Bruch Concerto in G minor and his own more
Cage, John; Robert Ashley; Yoko Ono; Laurie Anderson; Charles Amirkhanian; Michael Peppe; K. Atchley
Oakland, Calif: Burning Books, 1986.
Wrappers, fine. 383 p. 26 cm. Signed by John Cage on the title page. Edited and designed by Melody Sumner, Kathleen Burch, and Michael Sumner. more
New York: Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, 1941.
Cloth, 305 pp. Small stain on rear cover, very good. more
Pound, Ezra; Jorge Guillén; Giuseppe Ungaretti; Alberto Moravia
Milano: All'insegna del Pesce d'oro, 1965.
Wrappers, with wraparound band, very good. One of 500 numbered copies, there were 100 more numbered with Roman numerals. Interviews with the poets, and a more
Stokes, Richard L.
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1932.
Original cloth, good copy. Inscribed by the author to George Gershwin. Stokes's poem, based on a Nathaniel Hawthorne story, served as the libretto for Howard more
New York: John Day, 1930.
Black cloth, blocked in red, very good condition. Publisher's or manufacturer's dummy copy. Comprises the text through page 3 (including George Gershwin's preface, the Table more
New York: Garden City Publishing, 1939.
Cloth, very good in dust jacket. Inscribed to Ira Gershwin by Harold Arlen. This book contains a biography of George Gershwin by Ferde Grofé. more
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1929.
Orange cloth, very good. Includes a half-chapter, largely unfavorable, about George Gershwin. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate. more
New York: Macmillan, 1972.
Cloth, fine in dust jacket. Inscribed by the author to Lee and Ira Gershwin. Engel, a Broadway composer also conducted (in1951) the longest recording of more
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1931.
Light blue cloth, blocked in silver and red. Endpaper and frontispiece loose. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate. more
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1931.
Set of gathered and sewn, untrimmed sheets, very good.From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate. more
Boston: Little, Brown, 1941.
Cloth, endpapers stained from enclosure, else fine, in dust jacket. Ticket stubs enclosed as bookmark [?]. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate. more