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Music Hunter offers music related book remainders quarterly,at spectacular
savings to libraries and universities. All books are brand new.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Fine" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2011 1:32 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Music-related books for sale
>I have priced all these in line with Abebooks and eBay values. All are in
>excellent condition except as where indicated. Those interested should
>ping off-list and must pay promptly. Sales in US funds to US residents
>only. All books are hardcover.
> 1. "Remembering Horowitz" by David Dubal (1993), includes CD. $20
> 2. "The Musorgsky Reader" by Jay Leyda and Sergei Bertensson (1947). $10,
> no jacket
> 3. "Sviatoslav Richter: Notebooks and Conversations" by Bruno Monsaingeon
> (2001). $10
> 4. "Conductors On Conducting" by Bernard Jacobson (1979). $10
> 5. "Harmonic Materials of Modern Music" by Howard Hanson (1960). $50, no
> 6. "Scotto - More Than a Diva" by Renata Scotto and Octavio Roca (1984).
> $5, some water-warpage to the jacket
> 7. "The Mendelssohn Family 1729-1847" by Sebastian Hensel (1881). $20, no
> jacket / pages are detached from binding in some parts, it's an old book
> 8. "A History of the Concerto" by Michael Thomas Roeder (1994). $25
> 9. "Perspectives on John Phillip Sousa" anthology by the LOC, intro by Jon
> Newsom (1983). $20
> Again, those interested please ping off-list and thanks for your interest.
> -- Tom Fine