Performing Times of Orchestral Works
Aroniwsky, S.

London: Ernest Benn, 1959. First First printing. Large, thick 4to. in black cloth with spine lettered in gilt. xxix+802 pps. Massive reference work, the most comprehensive of its kind, designed for use of all engaged in preparation , performance or broadcasting of concerts. Arranged alphabetically by composer, it provides the average duration of almost every work that has found its way into the standard repertory of the world's orchestras, together with times for individual movements and details of the soloists needed. A fine, fresh example in fine dust jacket. From the personal library of former New York City Opera managing director Daniel Rule and with his ownership signature on the front paste down and , as was his habit, again on page 99. (NOTE: EXPEDITED SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS ITEM. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING WILL REQUIRE SIGNIFICANT ADDITIONAL POSTAGE. PLEASE INQUIRE BEFORE ORDERING) Hard Cover (Item ID: E5105)

$175.00

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