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1. Program from the Stradivarius Memorial Concert, in Commemoration of the Bicentenary of the Death of Antonius Stradivarius., 1937, soft cover, 40pp, very nice condition, Carnegie Hall concert, (Our #28890) $40.
2. The Hawley Collection of Violins: With a history of their makers and a brief review of the evolution and decline of the art of violin-making in Italy, 1540-1800, Chicago, 1904, Lyon & Healy, rebound in Library cloth, 106 pages, illustrated with 36 plates (mostly in color) with tissue guards, very good condition, (Our #31226) $80.
3. Loan Exhibition Stringed Instruments and Bows: Commemorating the Seventieth birthday of Simone Fernando Sacconi, Stuttgart, Schuler Verlagsgellschaft Stuttgart, 1966, hard cover, tan boards with quarter bound leather spine, (Our #31244) $150.
4. Accornero, G., Il Conte Cozio di Salabue (Hardcover), (Our #934102) $290.
5. Adelmann/Otterstedt, Die Alemannische Schule 2. Auflage, (Our #934026) $80.
6. Benedek, P., Violin Makers of Hungary, (Our #934002) $310.
7. Blot, Eric, Liuteria Italiana 1860-1960 I - Emilia Romagna, (Our #933005) $425.
8. Bruckner, Daniel, Der Goldbogen, (Our #934061) $240.
9. Childs, Paul, Tourte Le Jeune, New York, November, 2008, Magic Bow Publications, New, hard cover, (Our #934149) $110.
10. Hamma, Geigenbauer Der Deutschen Schule Vol I & II, (Our #930016) $695.
11. Il Salabue, La Chitarra - Quattro Secoli Di Capolavori, (Our #934147) $450.
12. Lebet, Claude, Roma: I Suoi Leutari, (Our #934132) $395.
13. Lyon & Healy, Catalog of Rare Old Violins, Violas, Violoncellos, Bows of Rare Makers, Chicago, August, 1924, 34th edition, soft cover, a bit tattered, 97pp, (Our #28887) $85.
14. Milliot, S., Les Luthiers Parisiens du 18th Siecle Vol II, (Our #933036) $290.
15. N.N., The Sound of Bologna, Exposition December 2002, (Our #934069) $150.
16. Nardihaynes, Cesare Candi & Violin os Paganini (1948), (Our #934045) $50.
17. Rimini Expo, Three Centuries of Italian Violin Making: Rimini Expo 2003, (Our #934075) $105.
18. Rosengard, Duane, G.B. Guadagnini, (Our #934053) $700.
19. Taylor, Deems editor, A Treasury of Gilbert & Sullivan, New York, 1941, Simon and Schuster, The words and music of one hundred and two songs from eleven operettas. Ed: Deems Taylor. Illust: Lucille Corcos. Arr: Dr. Albert Sirmay. Hard back, cover in good condition aside from some fading at the bottom of the boards, illustrations in good conditi, (Our #28785) $15.
20. Thone, J., Italian and French Makers Vol I, (Our #934081) $650.
21. Thone, J., Italian and French Makers Vol II, (Our #934092) $650.
22. Thone, J., Violin and Bow Makers, (Our #934113) $310.
23. Thone, J., Italian and French Makers Vol III, (Our #934120) $650.
24. Versari, A., The Guarneri Family & 20th century Italian Copies, (Our #934085) $135.
25. William Lewis, The Lewis Collection of Fine Old Violins, Violas, Cellos, Basses and Bows., 1948?, catalogue, soft cover, 40pp, undated, nice pages of accessories with illustration, also some "new" European violins such as Dieudonne, Collin-Mezin & Apparut, Morizot bows, etc., (Our #28889) $35.
26. William Lewis & Son, The Lewis Collection of Fine Old Violins, Violas, Cellos, Basses and Bows. No. 52, c.1952, catalogue, soft cover, 54pp, mentions Fickers, Carl Becker, etc., very good condition, (Our #28888) $45.
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27. Strings Magazine, We have a back issues of Strings Magazine in unused condition @ $4. each, including: 1993, Jan, July, Sept; 1994, May, July, Sept.; 1995, Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Dec; 1996 Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Dec; 1997 Jan, March, May, July, Sept, Dec, (Our #23911) $4.
28. Old Violins: Collection 1896-7 With Historical Sketches, Chicago, 1896-7, Lyon & Healy, Catalogue: 272 pages; 5 3/4" x 7 1/4", spine partly missing; cover has spots and signature, (Our #25156) $125.
29. Collection of Rare Old Violins, Chicago, 1949, Lyon & Healy, Catalogue: 24 pages; paper; very good condition, (Our #25157) $35.
30. Rare Old Violins:A Catalogue of the L & H Collection of Rare Old Violins, Violas, Violoncellos & Bows of Rare Makes, Chicago, 1929, Lyon & Healy, Catalogue: Thirty-fifth Edition; 122 pages; Paper; 7 3/4" x 10", spine missing, (Our #25159) $125.
31. Rare Old Violins, Chicago, 1922, Lyon & Healy, Catalogue: Thirty-third Edition; 77pages; Paper; 7 3/4" x 10", missing spine, back cover with splotches of paint, (Our #25160) $150.
32. Old Violins: Collection 1896-97 with Historical Sketches, Chicago, 1896-7, Lyon & Healy, Catalogue: 272 pages; Paper; 5 3/4" x 7 1/2", cover not attached; worn and spotted, (Our #25163) $125.
33. Lewis/Violin/Viola/'Cello/Bass, Chicago, undated, William Lewis and Son, Catalogue: Paper; 6" x 9 1/4"; 40 pages with black and white photos, Cover somewhat damaged, (Our #25166) $35.
34. Wurlitzer/ Collection /Old Master/Violins/Violas/Violoncellos, Paper; 5" x 9"; some pages missing in front: 69 pages (not numbered); 11 black and white photos, (Our #25173) $75.
35. Good Violins/Bows and Accessories, NYC, 1938, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Catalogue: Paper; 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"; 67 pages with numerous black and white photos; excellent condition, (Our #25174) $75.
36. The Lewis Collection: Old Violins, Old Viola, Cellos, Bows, Chicago, William Lewis and Son, Catalogue: Paper; 8 1/2" x 11"; 48 pages with numerous photos of instruments and accessories, cover somewhat soiled, (Our #25177) $40.
37. Rare Old Violins, Chicago, 1929, Lyon and Healy, A catalogue of the Lyon & Healy Collection of Rare Old Violins, Violas, Violoncellos, Bows of rare makers. Thirty-fifth edition. 7 1/2" x 10"; 123 pages with Plates 4-23 , in color, (Our #25179) $150.
38. Rare Old Violins, Chicago, 1929, Lyon & Healy, A Catalogue of the Lyon & Healy Collection of Rare Old Violins, Viola, Violoncellos, Bows of Rare makers.Paper; 7 1/2" x 10 1/4" with 23 color plates; spine missing; cover taped; corner creased; back somewhat soiled, (Our #25180) $150.
39. Wurlitzer Collection of Rare Violins Violas Bows of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1925, Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Catalogue: Paper; 7 1/2" x 10 1/4"; 95 pages with 13 color plates; spine damaged, (Our #25181) $200.
40. Rare Violins, New york, 1925, Th Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection of Rare Violins Violas Bows of the 17th , 18th and 19th centuries. Paper; 7 1/2" x 10 1/4"; 95 pages with 13 color plates; front cover somewhat soiled; spine damaged, (Our #25182) $250.
41. Rare Violins, New York, 1925, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Collection of Rare Violins Violas Bows of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries., Catalogue: Paper; 7 1/2" x 10"; 95 pages with 13 color plates; spine damaged; some writing on cover, (Our #25183) $275.
42. Rare violins violas violoncellos of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1931, Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection Part I : Hanz Muenzer; Paper; 8 1/2" x 11"; 210 pages with many black and white photos and one color plate, brown cover slightly damaged ( tape removal); spine taped, (Our #25184) $250.
43. Rare Violins Violas Violoncellos of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection Part I; missing first 14 pages; Paper; 8 1/2"x 11"; 194 pages (missing last 16 pages) with many black and white photos, somewhat soiled blue cover; spine missing, (Our #25185) $100.
44. Rare Violins Violas Violoncellos of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection Part I; Paper; 8 1/2"x 11"; 210 pages with many black and white photos and one color plate, spine missing; blue cover spotted and written upon, (Our #25186) $225.
45. Rare Violins Violas Violoncellos of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection Part I; Paper; 8 1/2"x 11"; 210 pages with many black and white photos and one color plate, Spine damaged; slight marks & small corner crease on cover, (Our #25187) $250.
46. Rare Violins Violas Violoncellos of the 17th 18th and 19th centuries, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Catalogue: Wurlitzer Collection Part I; Paper; 8 1/2"x 11"; 210 pages with many black and white photos and one color plate, (Our #25188) $225.
47. Lyon and Healy Catalogue of Rare and Old Violins, Chicago, 1892, The Lakeside Press, Paperback, poor condition. Masking tape spine. Cracked cover. 110 pages. 7 3/8" x 6 1/8", (Our #25984) $150.
48. Rare Old Violins, c.1920, Lyon & Healy, 32nd edition, soft cover,somewhat shaken, catalogue of instruments, with juicy descriptions, 59pp, (Our #28289) $40.
49. The Hawley Collection of Violins: With a History of Their Makers and a Brief Review of the Evolution, Chicago, 1904, Lyon & Healy, number 1177 of the edition of 2000, hard cover, 105pp, (Our #28291) $90.
50. Premier Triennale Internazionale degli Strumenti ad Arco, Cremona, 1976, Comitato per la liuteria A Stradivari, soft cover, text in Italian, catalog of the instruments submitted to the first Cremona Triennale competition, very good condition, (Our #28313) $30.
51. Stradivarius Memorial Concert, New York, 1937, The Stradivarius Memorial Association, soft cover, 8-3/4" x 11-1/4", Memorial program for the Carnegie Hall concert in commemoration of the bicentenary of the death of Antonius Stradivarius, (Our #28320) $50.
52. Masterpieces of the Great Violin Makers, New York, 1917, Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., soft cover, some water staining, otherwise nice condition, 63pp, (Our #28322) $40.
53. The Lewis Collection: Old Violins, Old Viola, Cellos, Bows, Chicago, Fall, 1952, William Lewis & Son, soft cover, cover is creased, otherwise nice condition, 49pp, (Our #28323) $25.
54. Alton, Robert, Violin and 'Cello Building and Repairing, Norwich, 1946, Jarrold and Sons Ltd., Hardcover in good condition. Ripped dust cover. 182 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/4", (Our #25901) $40.
55. Arnaldo Baruzzi, La Casa Nuziale: The Home of Antonio Stradivari, 1667-1680., London, 1962, Low and Brydone Ltd., Translated fr Italian by Desmond Hill, 1962 for W.E. Hill and Sons. Good condition. Hardcover, bound in green cloth with the Stradivari crest in gold . Some discoloration around the edges of the front cover. Glossy black and white photos. 85pp., (Our #28884) $30.
56. Aulich, Bruno & Heimeran, Ernst, The Well-Tempered String Quartet, New York, 1938, H. W. Gray for Novello, "A Book of Counsel and Entertainment For All Lovers of Music in the Home", soft leatherette covers, fine condition, (Our #26624) $25.
57. Azzolina, Umberto, Liuteria Italiana dell' Ottocento e del Novecento, Milan, 1964, Casa Editrice Ceschina, Paperback, fair condition. Dust cover, slip cover and spine worn. In Italian, color prints. 12 1/4" x 9 1/2", (Our #25964) $250.
58. Baruzzi, Arnaldo, La Casa Nuziale, The Home of Antonio Stradivari 1667 - 1680, London, 1962, William E. Hill & Sons, Hardcover, very good condition. Black and white prints. 85 pages. 10" x 7 1/2", (Our #25948) $35.
59. Baruzzi, Arnaldo, La Casa Nuziale: The Home of Antonio Stradivari, 1667-1680, London, 1962, William E. Hill & Sons, hard cover, in English (translated by Desmond Hill), 85 pages, good condition, (Our #31225) $25.
60. Boyden, David D., Catalogue of the Hill Collection of Musical Instruments in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, London, 1969, London, New York: Oxford University Press, First Edition, cloth cover, 45 pages., (Our #31242) $60.
61. Broadhouse, John, The Violin: its history & Construction Illustrated & Described, from Many Sources, London, New Temple Press, Hardcover, poor condition. Worn and stained cover, loose pages. 151 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/8", (Our #25974) $45.
62. Broadley, Arthur, Adjusting and Repairing Violins, 'Cellos &c. A Practical Handbook for all Players, London, 1923, The Bazaar, Exchange & Mart Office, Hardcover, good condition. Illustrated. 84 pages. 7 1/4" x 4 7/8", (Our #25967) $75.
63. Broadley, Arthur, Chats to Cello Students, London, 1908, The Strad Library, No.VII, 100 pp.+ adverts., 4 3/4 "x 7 1/2 ", very good condition, tight, covers faded, (Our #26616) $30.
64. Buenzod, Emmanuel, Mozart, Paris, 1930, Les Editions Rieder, hard cover, 80 pages of text with 60 additional pages of illustrations, in French with no translation, (Our #23906) $20.
65. Burrowes, J.F., The Thorough-Base Primer, Boston, Oliver Ditson, "Containing Explanations and Examples of the Rudiments of Harmony with Fifty Exercises.", hardcover, 130 pages, (Our #23905) $25.
66. Carl Fischer Collection, Rare Violins/ Violas Cellos Bows./ Winter-Spring 1929/ Rare Instruments and Bows, New York, 1929, Catalogue; Carl Fischer, Inc., (Our #29596) $40.
67. Clarke, A. Mason, The Violin and Old Violin Makers, Croydon, New Temple Press, Hardcover, poor condition. Text detached from cover. 118 pages. 7 3/8" x 5 1/8", (Our #25973) $40.
68. Courvoisier, Carl, The Technics of Violin Playing, London, 1894, E. Shore & Co., "The Strad" Library No.1, Hardcover, very good condition. 107 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/8", (Our #26221) $75.
69. Davidson, P., The Violin: Its Construction Theoretically and Practically Treated; Including an Epitome of the Lives of the Most Eminent Artists, A Dictonary of Violin Makers and Lists of Violin Sales., London, 1880, F. Pitman, Hardcover, poor conditon, spine split down middle, dividing book in half, binding is flaking. 310 pages. 6 3/4" x 4 1/4", (Our #25946) $50.
70. Di Salabue, Cozio, Carteggio, Milan, 1950, S.p.A. Antonio Cordani, Hardcover in very good condition: somewhat loose spine, worn binding, contents fine; In Italian; black & white prints, 515pages 10" x 7", (Our #25904) $300.
71. Doring, Ernest, How Many Strads, Chicago, 1945, William Lewis & Son; hardcover, 379 pages, with illustrations of 104 Stradivari instruments; No.915 of 1400 . One loose page, some rubbing on a few spots at the edges,otherwise excellent condition, 1950 gift inscription on flyleaf; slip case covered in with old contact paper, (Our #22499) $575.
72. Doring, Ernest N., How Many Strads: Our Heritage from the Master, Chicago, 1945, William Lewis & Sons, 379 pages, hard cover; No.1192 of 1400, excellent condition, with damaged original slipcase, (Our #23893) $800.
73. Doring, Ernest N., The Guadagnini Family of Violin Makers, Chicago, 1949, William Lewis & Son; Hardcover, 335 pages, No.634 of 1500; a clean & tight copy with some clear contact paper stuck inside the cover; with the bookplate of cellist Karl Fruh; inscribed "With Best Christmas Wishes/ William Lewis & Sons 1952", (Our #25902) $650.
74. Doring, Ernest N., The Guadagnini Family of Violin Makers, Chicago, 1949, William Lewis & Son; Hardcover, 335 pages, No.417 of 1500; ink inscription by the author on flyleaf: "To my friend Karl Fruh with warm admiration--Ernest N. Doring July 3, 1950"; tipped in photo from Moennig catalogue on p.90 of the ex-Wanamker Guad cello; a very clean copy, (Our #25934) $850.
75. Doring, Ernest N., How Many Strads? Our Heritage From the Master, Chicago, 1945, William Lewis & Son, Hardcover, very good condition. #640 out of 1400. Black and white prints. 379 pages. 10 3/4" x 8", (Our #26010) $800.
76. ed. Probomabo, Les Tresors de la Lutherie Francaise XIXe, Paris, 1993, Beautiful full color large photographs of 50 French school instruments from the most prominent 19th c. French makers. Iincluding measurements of all instruments and a "family-tree" of tthese makers. Used, In very good condition., (Our #29042) $300.
77. Emery, Frederic Barclay, The Violinist's Encyclopedic Dictionary, Chicago, 1928, The Violin Literature Publishing Co., Semi-hardcover. good condition. 331 pages. 7 3/4" x 5 1/8", (Our #26000) $45.
78. Fairfield, John H., Known Violin Makers, New York, July, 1942, Bradford Press, somewhat shaken first edition, library tape on the binding, worn edges, yellowed pagesbrown hard cover, 192 pages, (Our #28282) $25.
79. Farga, Franz, Storia del Violino, Milan, Corbaccio, soft cover, in Italian with no translation, black and white illustrations, (Our #23879) $20.
80. Fetis, F. J., Anthony Stradivari Celebrated Violin Maker, London, 1964, Lowe and Brydone Ltd., Hardcover, good condition with dust sleeve. 132 pages. 8 3/4" x 5 3/4", (Our #25972) $25.
81. Fleming, James M., Old Violins & Their Makers, London, 1883, A Bradley, London and Country Printing Works, Hardcover, very worn: loose spine, brittle pages & some loose, 331 pages. 7 7/8" x 5 1/2"., (Our #25913) $50.
82. Hamma, Fridolin, Meister Deutscher Geigenbaukunst, Lenzhalde, 1949, Schuler-Verlag Stuttgart, Quarter-Vellum, German text. Black and white photos, 137 pages. 11 5/8" 9 1/2", excellent condition, (Our #25923) $425.
83. Hamma, Warren, Wurlitzer, Loan Exhibition-- Stringed Instruments and Bows Commemorating the seventieth birthday of Simone Fernando Sacconi New York City 1966, West Germany, 1966, Kunst- und Verlagsdruckerei Robert Abt, Neu- Ulm, Hardcover, good condition. Black and white prints. 11 3/4" x 9 1/2". Documentation and photos of the instruments gathered for the October 1966 meeting in NYC commemorating Sacconi's 70th birthday., (Our #25932) $300.
84. Hart & Son, "The Emperor" Stradivari: A History and Descripton of The Famous Violin in the Possession of George Haddock, Esq., Newlay Hall, Leeds, London, 1893, Hart & Son, Schott & Co., Hardcover, good condition, some loose pages. Black and white photographs. 19 pages. 11 5/8" x 9"; very rare, (Our #25907) $300.
85. Hart, George, The Violin: Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators, London, 1880, Dulau & Co., Schott & Co., "Popular Edition" Hardcover, good condition. Complete but some loose pages. 450 pages. 7 15/ 16" x 5 9/16", (Our #25933) $50.
86. Hart, George, The Violin. Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators., 1875?, Hardcover, poor condition. Spine taped, front and back covers loose. Cover page absent, 310 pages. 7 5/8" x 5 3/8", (Our #25965) $35.
87. Hart, George, The Violin: Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators, London, 1885, Dulau & Co., "Enlarged and Revised Edition", 499pp, numerous plates, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", poor condition, complete but very shaken, (Our #26618) $25.
88. Haweis, Rev, H. R., Old Violins and Violin Lore, London, William Reeves, (Our #22245) $45.
89. Haweis, Rev. H. R., Old violins, New York, Longmans, Green & Co., The Collector Series. Hardcover, fair condition. Stain on cover, split spine, loose pages. Black & white prints. 293 pages. 8 1/8" x 5 3/8", (Our #25969) $35.
90. Heinrich Bauer, Practical History of the Violin, New York, 1911, H. Bauer Music Co., soft cover, 37pp, "Containing 778 Genuine violin labels in True Photographical Reproduction, 1,200 Violinmakers' Names & Biographies, Etc., Etc.," with a lovely cover drawing of a gowned woman with a violin, very nice condition though the paper is browned, (Our #29673) $35.
91. Heron-Allen, Ed, Violin Making as it Was, and Is, London, 1976, Ward Lock, Hard cover with dust jacket, 366 pp, from a collection where it was not especially well cared for but complete and with all the fold-out patterns, (Our #28036) $20.
92. Heron-Allen, Ed., Violin Making as it was and is, Boston, 1901, Elias Howe Co., Hardcover, fair/poor condition. Tape holding spine together. Some loose pages. 366 pages. 8 3/4" x 6", (Our #25986) $35.
93. Hill, Alfred, Arthur & W. Henry, The Violin Makers of the Guarneri Family, London, 1965, The Holland Press Ltd., Reprint of the original 1931 edition, hard cover with dust jacket, B&W and color plates, 173 pages, (Our #25908) $65.
94. Hill, W. Henry, Arthur F & Alfred E., Antonio Stradivari: His Life and Work (1644-1737), New York, 1963, Dover, 1963 softcover re-issue of the original 1902 edition, 315 pages, there is a spot of water (or coffee) stain at the edge of some of the pages toward the back of the book, (Our #23903) $15.
95. Hill, W. Henry, Arthur F, F. S. A. and Alfred E., Antonio Stradivari His Life and Work (1644- 1737), London, Macmillan & Co. Ltd., Second Edition. Hardcover, good condition. Worn cover. 319 pages. 9" x 6", (Our #25977) $45.
96. Hill, W. Henry, Arthur F. and Alfred E., Antonio Stradivari: His Life and Work (1644-1737), New York, 1963, Dover, soft cover, 315 pages, (Our #23873) $15.
97. Hipkins, A.J., Musical Instruments: Historic, Rare and Unique, London, 1921, A. and C. Black, hard cover, 113 pages, with color illustrations and plates drawn by William Gibb, (Our #23896) $180.
98. Hopfner, R., Meisterwerke-Sammlung National Bank Wien, (Our #934070) $98.
99. Huggins, Margaret L., GIO Paolo Maggini: His Life and Work, London, 1976, W.E. Hill & Sons, hard cover, limited edition (No. 1361 of 2000) reprint of the original 1892 publication, excellent condition, (Our #27970) $80.
100. Jalovec, Karl, Italian Violin Makers, New York, Crown Publishing, hard cover, spine is tattered and a shakyr, complete but there is a puncture wound in the back cover that goes through about 15 pages of the diagrams at the back of the book, (Our #27976) $75.
101. Jalovec, Karl, Encyclopedia of Violin Makers L-Z, London, 1965, Paul Hamlyn LTD, Hard cover, paper dust jacket is torn up but the book is otherwise in very good condition, (Our #28087) $150.
102. Jalovec, Karl, German & Austrian Violin Makers, London, 1967, Paul Hamlyn, hard cover, no dust jacket, otherwise very fine condition, (Our #28088) $250.
103. John Fairfield, Known violin makers, NY, July 1942, The Bradford Press, first edition, brown hard cover, very fine condition, 192pp, (Our #28287) $45.
104. Karel Jalovec, Italian Violin Makers, New York, 1964, Crown Publishers, hard cover with somewhat beat-up dust jacket, contents & binding are in good condition, 472 pages, with mostly black and white & some color plates, (Our #29866) $200.
105. L&V Le Canu, Les Luthiers Francais Vol. 1, Vol II, and Vol III, Paris, Three volumes sold as a set, hard cover with original dust jacket, full color illustrations, 12-1/4" x 8-1/2", each volume about 87pp, new condition, (Our #31638) $300.
106. Lachmann, Erich, Erich Lachmann Collection of Historical Stringed Musical Instruments, Los Angeles, 1950, University of Sothern California, fully illustrated with photos of antique stringed instruments & violins, 53 pages, First Edition, (Our #22837) $250.
107. Latham, Morton, Alfredo Piatti. A Sketch, London, 1901, Anchor Press, Hardcover, fair condition. Worn pages. 122 pages. 7 3/4" x 5 3/8", (Our #25975) $95.
108. Lutgendorff, Die Geigen und Lautenmacher: vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, Frankfurt, 1921, hardcover, volume I only,fairly ordinary binding, somewhat shaken but overall in good condition, violin and "lute" makers, histories of the different school of making (Italian, German, French, etc), followed by a listing of makers, written in German, 97pp, (Our #28283) $75.
109. Lutgendorff, Willibald von, Die Geigen und Lautenmacher vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, Frankfurt, 1922, Frankfurter Verlags Anstalt A. G., Hardcover, in German, poor condition, complete but covers loose, spines damaged & loose. Vol.I: 422 pages of text plus 98 black & white prints of violins; Vol.II: 670 pages of text & illustrations of 853 labels; 10" x 7, (Our #26011) $200.
110. Lyon & Healy, A Catalogue of the Lyon & Healy Collection of Rare Old Violins, Violas, Violoncellos, Bows of Rare Makes. 35th Edition, Chicago, 1929, original cover worn. Color prints. 122 pages. 9 3/4" x 7 5/8", (Our #25993) $150.
111. Lyon and Healy, A Catalogue of the Lyon & Healy Collection of Rare Old Violins; Violas, Violoncellos, Bows of Rare Makers., Chicago, 1929, 35th Edition.Hardback, bound in brown cloth with gilt lettering on the spine with title and Library of Congress title. Good+ condition; sticker on front cover and the inside front cover from the Library of Congress. Color illustrations. 122pp. 7-1/2x10in., (Our #28885) $150.
112. Meyer, Fritz, Beruhmte Geigen und ihre Schiksale, Koln, 1920, P. J. Tonger, German with no translation, Poor condition. Very worn spine, loose pages. 154 pages. 7 3/8" x 4 3/4" (our loose translation of the title "Famous Violins and their Fate"), (Our #25926) $80.
113. Millant, Roger, J.B. Vuillaume: Sa Vie et son Oeuvre, London, 1972, W. E. Hill, 207 pages, hard cover, quarter green leatherette, (Our #31243) $120.
114. Mockel, Otto, Die Kunst Des Geigenbaues, Berlin, 1954, Berlag Bernh. Friedr. Voigt, Hardcover, good condition. Dust cover ripped and torn. In German, no English translation. Black & white prints. 332 pages. 10" x 7 7/8", (Our #25949) $125.
115. Mockel, Otto, Taxe der Streich-Instrumente, Leipzig, 1929, Carl Merseburger, hard cover, in German, discussions about the different features of various schools of making and entries about different makers, 190pp, (Our #28286) $125.
116. Moller, Max, The Violin-Makers of the Low Countries, Amsterdam, 1955, N.V. J.K. Smith & Zonen, Hardcover in very good condition. #551 out of a printing of 1500. Black and white photographs. 165 pages. 10 1/2" x 8", (Our #25903) $750.
117. Norris, Homer A., Practical Harmony on a French Basis Part I, Boston, 1894, H. B. Stevens Company, Cloth cover, very good condition. 92 pages. 8 7/8" x 5 7/8", (Our #25998) $35.
118. Orcutt, William Dana, The Stradivari Memorial at Washington, the National Capital, 1938, Orcutt, William Dana. Library of Congress: Gertrude Clarke Whittall foundation, 1938. Quarter cloth. 49 pages., (Our #31240) $
119. Paganelli, Sergio, Musical Instruments from the Renaissance to the 19th Century, New York, 1970, Hamlyn Publishing, hardcover with jacket, translated from the original Italian; chapters on the organ, harpsichord, spinet, pianoforte, violin, viols, cittern, psaltery, lute, guitar & harp, flutes, horn and trombone, and illustrations, (Our #23872) $15.
120. Peterlongo, Paolo, The Violin, Its Physical and Acoustic Principles, New York, 1979, Taplinger Publishing Company, Translated into English by Bill Hopkins. Hardcover with dust sleeve, excellent condition, color photos,160 pages. 10" x 7 3/4"., (Our #25939) $75.
121. Petherick, Horace, Joseph Guarnerius, His Work and His Master, London, 1906, "The Strad" office, Hardcover, First Edition, fair condition. binding shaken, waterstained cover and some water rippling to the first chapter, 220 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/4", (Our #26222) $85.
122. Phipson, Dr. T. L., Famous Violinists and Fine Violins - Historical Notes, Anecdotes, and Reminiscences (A New Edition), London?Philadelphia?, 1903, Ballantyne, Hanson & Co., Hardcover, good condition. 254 pages. 7 3/4" x 5 1/4", (Our #25943) $50.
123. Piatti, A., Violoncello Method, London, Augener & Co, Hardcover, very good condition. Augener & Co. Edition No. 7778. 102 pages. 12" x 9 1/2", First Ed.?, (Our #25921) $70.
124. Polonaski, E., The Value of Old Violins: Being a List of the Principal Makers, British, Italian, French & German, London, 1912, Wm. Reeves, hard cover, 48pp, good condition, (Our #28292) $35.
125. Prout, Ebenezer, Harmony: Its Theory & Practice, London, circa 1890, Augener & Co., 13th edition, hardcover, 263 pages, (Our #23908) $15.
126. Racster, Olga, Chats on Big and Little Fiddles, London, c.1900, T. Werner Laurie Ltd., Hardcover, fair condition. Black and white prints. 268 pages. 7 3/4"x5", (Our #25945) $40.
127. Reger, Max, Supplement to the Theory of Modulation, Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, Hardcover pamphlet. 50 pages. 6 7/8" x 4 3/8", (Our #25912) $30.
128. Ritter, Herrmann, Viola alta oder Altgeige, Viola, 1885, Carl Merseburger, soft cover, in German, cover is in tattered condition with old tape, but contents are ok, 74pp, (Our #28295) $
129. Roda, Joseph, Bows for Musical Instruments of the Violin Family, Chicago, 1959, William Lewis & Sons, hard cover, 335 pages, number 1535 of 3000 copies, very fine condition, (Our #23900) $750.
130. Roda, Joseph, Bows for Musical Instruments of the Violin Family, Chicago, 1959, William Lewis & Son, Hardcover, excellent condition, original parchment cover. 335 pages. 11 1/4" x 9", (Our #25920) $600.
131. Royal Academy, Masterpieces of Cremona, (Our #934080) $
132. Saint George, Henry, The Bow: Its History, Manufacture and Use, London, 1896, E. Shore & Co., "The Strad" Library No.111, Hardcover, excellent ondition. Black and white prints. 124 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/4", (Our #26223) $120.
133. Schaff, Gabriel, The Essential Guide to Bows of the Violin Family, New, Hard Cover, sealed in plastic, (Our #31110) $60.
134. Schebek, R. Edmund, The Violin Manufacture in italy and its German Origin, London, William Reeves, Translated from German into English by Walter E. Lawson. Hardcover, good condition, 63 pages, 5 1/2" x 4 /8"; a rare small volume in very fine condition, (Our #25971) $65.
135. Schumann, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, Great Romantic Cello Concertos in Full Score, New York, 1893, Dover Publications Inc., Sheet Music. Paperback.188 pages. 12 1/4" x 9 1/2", (Our #26009) $40.
136. Sennett, Richard, An Evening of Brahms, New York, 1984, Alfred A Knopf Inc., Hardcover with dust sleeve, excellent condition. 222 pages. 8 3/4" x 6", (Our #25997) $40.
137. Shelton, Edgar, The Violin and All About It, London, ??, J. W. Harberd, Hardcover, poor condition. Top cover detached along with title page. Worn spine. 95 pages. 6 1/2" x 4 1/4", (Our #25925) $35.
138. Sotheby's & Christie's, quantities of Sotheby's & Christie's sale catalogues, Strad Magazines, and Violin & Violinist Magazines., (Our #28886) $
139. Spiering, Theodore, ed., The International Library of Music for Violinists, New York, 1925, The University Society, hard cover, Volumes VI, VII, and VIII (in one book) excellent condition,, (Our #26484) $50.
140. St. George, Henry, The Bow, Its History, Manufacture, and Use, New York, 1969, Broude Brothers Limited, hard cover, new condition, (Our #31075) $35.
141. Stoeving, Paul, The Story of the Violin, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, Hardcover, good condition. Second Issue. 324 pages. 7 3/8" x 5 1/2", (Our #25919) $50.
142. Stoeving, Paul, Von Der Violine, Berlin, 1906, Chr. Friedrich Vieweg G. M. B. H., Hardcover, fair condition. 371 pages. 7 1/2" x 5 1/4", (Our #25976) $60.
143. van der Straeten, Edmund, Technics of Violoncello Playing, London, 1905, The Strad Library, No.5, Second edition, 149 pp., 43 illustrations, 4 3/4 "x 7 1/2 ", very good condition, tight, covers worn a bit, (Our #26617) $40.
144. W. R. Ford Co. Inc, Rare Old Violins, New York, 1927, W. R. Ford Company Inc., Catalogue, in fair condition. Covered by plastic bookcover. Color and black and white photo prints. 48 pages. 10" x 7 1/2", (Our #25992) $75.
145. Wasielewski, J.V., Das Violoncell und seine Geschichte, Leipzig, 1889, Druck und Verlag von Breitkopf und Hartel, Hardcover, very good condition. German text, 245 pages. 8 15/16" x 6", (Our #25918) $75.
146. Wechsberg, Joseph, The Glory of the Violin, New York, 1973, Viking Press, Hardcover. Very good condition. 314 pages. 9 1/2" x 6 3/8", (Our #25916) $35.
147. William Dana Orcutt, The Stradivari Memorial at Washington, the National Capital, Washington DC, 1938, Plimpton Press, Catalogue: Paper; 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"; 49 pages with numerous black and white photos; crease on front and back covers; otherwise excellent condition, (Our #25176) $75.
148. Wurlitzer, Rare Bows for Violin, Viola, Violoncello by Makers of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, Paperback, good condition. Packaging tape spine. Black and white prints. 48 pages. 11" x 8 1/2" (Part II of the 1931 Wurlitzer catalogue), (Our #25989) $180.
149. Wurlitzer, Rare Violins, Violas, Violoncellos of the Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Part I, New York, 1931, The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Paperback. Good condition. Packaging tape on spine. Black and white prints, 210 pages. 11" x 8 1/2", (Our #25990) $250.
Woodwinds & Brass
150. Baines, Anthony, Brass Instruments: Their History and Development, New York, 1993, Dover Publications, 300 pages, soft cover, New, (Our #22262) $9.
151. Garofalo, Robert & Mark Elrod, A Pictorial History of Civil War Musical Instruments & Military Bands, Chareston, WV, 1985, Pictorial Histories Publishing Co, new condition, soft cover, 116 pages, with the slin vinyl disc in the back cover pocket, (Our #28252) $15.
152. Hotteterre, Jacques-Martin, Principles of the Flute, Recorder and Oboe, New York, 1968, Dover Publications, 73 pages, soft cover, (Our #22267) $8.
153. Lazzari, Gianni, ed., Strumenti A Fiato In Legno dalle collezion private italiane, Bologna, 2001, Woodwind Instruments from Italian Private Collections (text is in Italian, with the introduction transalted in English), catalogue for the exhibition, 200 catalogued woodwinds with photographs, single reeds and double reeds, water damaged, (Our #24808) $15.
154. Meyer, R.F., The Band Director's Guide to Instrument Repair, Alfred Publishing Co, 1973, Alfred Publishers, soft cover, good condition, 144 pages, (Our #28169) $20.
Other
155. Culinary Harmony CookBook, (Our #23549) $25.
156. Fischer's Edition: Unison & Part Songs For Treble Voices, New York, circa 1915, J. Fischer & Bro., Series Four -- L, Volume One, hard cover, the cover loose at the spine,, (Our #27969) $20.
157. German Volkslieder Album: Forty Songs with the Original Words & an English Version by John Oxford, London, circa 1890s, Novello, Ewer & Co., 115 pp, 10-1/2" x 7-3/4", very nice condition with a leather covered spine, (Our #28691) $35.
158. Aldridge, John, Guide to Vintage Drums, 1994, Centerstream Publishing, 172 pages, soft cover, (Our #22271) $22.
159. Aldridge, John, Guide to Vintage Drums, Fullerton, CA, 1994, Centerstream, soft cover, good condition, (Our #28049) $15.
160. Arnold, J.H., Plainson Accompaniment, London, 1927, Oxford University Press, preface by Geoffrey Shaw, gilt stamped green hard cover, 175 pages, 10.25"x7.25", very good condition, not dog eared or torn, but there is a bit of ald paper stuck along one edge of the outside of the back cover, (Our #25397) $25.
161. Bach, Johann Sebastian, Notenbuchlein fur Anna Magdalena Bach (1725), Chicago, 1960, Co-Di Music Publications, Collection of simple piano pieces by J. S. Bach. Hardcover in good condition. 124 pages. 7 1/2" x 10 1/4", (Our #25906) $20.
162. Brand, Erick D., Band Instrument Repairing Manual, Elkhart, Indiana, 1946, fourth edition, hard cover, 198 pages, excellent condition, (Our #27973) $45.
163. Buchner, Alexander, Mechanical Musical Instruments, London, c.1950-60, Batchworth Press, Hard cover, with dust jacket, large format, 174 pages, (Our #24269) $100.
164. Buchner, Alexander, Mechanical Musical Instruments, London, 1950-60, Batchworth Press, Hard cover, with dust jacket and original cardboard cover; large format, 174 pages., (Our #24276) $100.
165. Buchner, Dr. Alexander, Musical Instruments Through the Ages, London, 1964, Spring Books, translated into English by Iris Urwin, hard cover, 13"x10", a nice general survey with lots of images, great gift!, very fine condition, (Our #27977) $100.
166. Burkhart, Charles, Anthology for Musical Analysis, New York, 1964, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Paperback, very good condition. 382 pages. 11" x 8 1/2", (Our #26003) $25.
167. Cannon, Beekman C., Johann Mattheson: Spectator in Music, New Haven, 1947, Yale University Press, Yale Studies In The History of Music, Vol.1; hard cover, 244 pages, (Our #23915) $18.
168. Cornell, J. H., Theory & Practice of Musical Form: On the Basis of Ludwig Bussler's "Musickalische Formenlehre", New York, 1883, G. Schirmer, hard cover, focusing on the Elements of Musical Form, Apllications, The Sonata Form and Rondo Forms, Binding is a bit loose and cover a bit tattered over the spine, (Our #26650) $25.
169. Destrem, Philippe, & V. Heidemann, Die Drehleier * La Vielle * The Hurdy Gurdy: Adjustment & Maintenance, 1993, AMTA, soft cover, in English, German and French, 89pp, excellent condition, (Our #28043) $20.
170. Dolge, Alfred, Pianos and Their Makers, Covina, California, 1911, Covina Publishing Co., Hard library binding, 478 pages with many illustrations, complete but a few loose pages, otherwise very good condition, (Our #24248) $50.
171. Dr. Alexander Buchner, Musical Instruments Through the Ages, London, 1961, Batchworth Press Limited, Translated by Iris Urwin. Fully illustrated; Hard cover, tan cloth binding, very good condition, (Our #31324) $45.
172. Farrell, Susan Caust, Directory of Contemporary American Musical Instrument Makers, Columbia, 1981, University of Missouri Press, hard cover with somewhat tattered dust jacket, 216 pp, (Our #28042) $25.
173. Ferguson, Donald, A History of Musical Thought, New York, 1936, F.S. Crofts & Co., hard cover, 563 pages, very good condition, (Our #26483) $35.
174. Fullerton, C.A., Glee Club Songs, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1911, Fullerton & Gray, A fun compilation of sungs including such peaches as "To All you Ladies Here To-Night," "There's Only Room for One," "It Takes a Girl to Do It", hard cover10-1/4 x 7-1/2", 253pp, (Our #28689) $25.
175. Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Luiz de Freitas Branco, Lisbon, Portugal, 1975, Grafica Bras, Portugese composer and professor of music who played a preeminent part in the development of Portuguese music in the first half of the 20th century, soft cover, 79 pages, excellent condition, (Our #27967) $15.
176. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24332) $25.
177. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24333) $25.
178. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24334) $25.
179. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24335) $25.
180. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24337) $25.
181. Galpin Society, An Exhibition of European Musical Instruments, Edinburgh, 1968, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University, soft cover, 100 pages with black and white photos, (Our #24339) $25.
182. Galpin, Francis W., Old English Instruments of Music, London, 1911, Methuen & Co. Ltd., Second Edition; Hardcover, (Our #24264) $50.
183. Goetschius, Percy, The Theory & Practice of Tone-Relations: An Elementary Course of Harmony With Emphasis Upon the Element of Melody, New York, 1917, G. Schirmer, Inc., 22nd Issue, hard cover, the binding is loose and a few pages are taped together, but all are present, 174 pages focussing on concord and discord harmonies, modulation, and harmonic tones, 9"x6", (Our #26649) $20.
184. Goetschius, Percy, The Homophonic Forms of Musical Composition: An Exhaustive Treatise on the Structure & Development of Musical Forms from the Simple Phrase to the Song-Form with Trio, New York, 1926, G. Schirmer, hard cover, very fine condition, 236pp, (Our #28083) $20.
185. Grout, Donald Jay, A Short History of Opera, New York, 1947, Columbia University Press, Volume.Two, hard cover, 711 pages, small tear to spine, (Our #23923) $10.
186. Helga James, A Catalog of the Musical Works of Philip James (1890-1975), New York, NY, 1980, Judith Finell Musicservices Inc., With a sticker on the inside cover "Complimentary Copy" and also signed by the author (and wife of P. James) "April 1982/ To Hanni/ With all best wishes/ from Helga" Some fading of the title on the front cover, missing dustjacket, otherwise very good cond, (Our #28744) $18.
187. Hipkins, A.J., Musical Instruments: Historic Rare and Unique, London, 1945, A. & C. Black, hard cover, 123 pages, with 48 plates in colour by William Gibb, (Our #24326) $125.
188. Hipkins, A.J. & Gibb, William, Musical Instruments: Historic Rare and Unique, London, 1921, A. & C. Black, hard cover, 123 pages, with 48 plates in colour by William Gibb, (Our #24325) $120.
189. Howard, John T. & James Lyons, Modern Music: A Popular Guide to Greater Musical Enjoyment, New York, 1958, Mentor Books, Paperback, Revised Edition. Very good condition, slightly torn cover, 160 pages. 7" x 4 1/4", (Our #25942) $15.
190. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of The Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tenn, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, sl. dog- eared corner; paper, signed by author, (Our #24231) $15.
191. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of The Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, sl. worn corners, paperback, signed by author, (Our #24234) $15.
192. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Nnorris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, signed by author, paperback, excellent condition, (Our #24235) $15.
193. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, Excellent condition, signed by author, paperback, (Our #24236) $15.
194. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, signed by author, paperback, excellent condition, (Our #24238) $15.
195. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, signed by author, paperback, excellent condition, (Our #24239) $15.
196. Irwin, John Rice, Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Norris, Tennessee, 1979, Museum of Appalachia Press, signed by author, paperback, excellent condition, (Our #24240) $15.
197. Jahnel, Franz, Die Gitarre und ihr Bau, Frankfurt am Main, 1963, Verlag Das Musikinstrument, Hardcover, 251 pages, in German. Technological information about guitars, lutes, mandolins,etc., (Our #24253) $85.
198. Kasteel Ehrenstein Kerkrade, Historische Blaasinstrumenten, 1974, Haags Gemeetemuseum, 80 pages, paper, in Dutch, (Our #24249) $15.
199. Kendall, Alan, The World of Musical Instruments, New York, 1972, Hamlyn, hard cover with dust jacket, 128 pages, historical overview of stringed, wind, percussion, keyboard & contemporary instruments, with B&W and color illustrations, (Our #24805) $30.
200. Kern, Evan J., Harpsichord: Design & Construction, New York, 1980, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Hard cover with dust jacket, in good condition, 143 pp, (Our #28037) $25.
201. Kjedlsberg, Peter Andreas, Musikkinstrumenter Ved Ringve Museum, 1981, Ringve Museum, soft cover, 93 pages, (Our #24319) $25.
202. Lavignac, Albert, Musical Education, New York, 1903, D. Appleton & Co., translated into English from the French by Esther Singleton, hard cover, 447 pages, (Our #23922) $35.
203. Macpherson, Stewart, Practical Harmony: A Concise Treatise with Progressive Exercises, London, 1904, Joseph Williams Limited, soft cover, very good condition, 162pp, (Our #28084) $20.
204. Mcpherson, Stewart, Practical Harmony: A Concise Treatise, London, 1907, Joseph Williams Ltd, paper covers, 5th edition, 162 pages, (Our #23919) $12.
205. Mendelssohn, Letters of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, from 1833 to 1847, Philadelphia, 1864, Frederick Leypoldt, Edited by Paul Mendelssohn Bartholdy of Berlin; and Dr. Carl Mendelssohn Bartholdy of Heidelberg: with A Catalogue of all his Musical Compositions compiled by Dr. Julius Rietz.Translated by Lady Wallace; hardcover, decent condition, 421 pages. 7"x 4-3/4", (Our #25947) $45.
206. Morgenstern, Sam, ed., Composers on Music: An Anthology of Composers' Writings From Palestrina to Copland, New York, 1956, Pantheon Books, soft cover, 584 pages, covers have creases but no tears, a bit yellowed, otherwise fine condition, (Our #27968) $15.
207. Orcutt, William Dana, The Stradivari Memorial at Washington, the National Capital, 1938, Library of Congress, Hardcover, 49 pages, (Our #24279) $80.
208. Otterbach, Friedmann, Schone Musik-instrumente, Mailand, 1979, Fabbri, hard cover with dust jacket, excellent condition, 123 pages, German text, full color illustrations, (Our #27980) $75.
209. Paganelli, Sergio, Musical Instruments from the Renaissance to the 19th century, Milan, 1970, Fratelli Fabbri Editori, Color photos and descriptions of various types of instruments. Translated into English by Anthony Rhodes from the Italian original. Hardcover, good condition. 157 pages. 7 3/4" x 5 3/8", (Our #25914) $35.
210. Parker, Horatio, Mona: An Opera in Three Acts, New York, 1911, G. Schirmer, Vocal Score, poem by Brian Hooker, Music by Horatio Parker, hard cover, 273 pages, (Our #23925) $25.
211. Pratt, Waldo Selden, The History of Music A Handbook and Guide for Students, New York, 1930, G. Schirmer Inc., Revised Edition, 1930. Hardcover, fair condition. Worn cover. 734 pages. 8-9 /16" x 6", (Our #26013) $30.
212. Prout, Ebenezer, Counterpoint: Strict & Free, London, 1890, Augener & Co., hard cover, 249 pages, (Our #23914) $15.
213. Richardson, A. Madeley, Helps to Fugue Writing: Based on Bach's "Das Wohltemperirte Klavier", New York, 1930, H.W. Gray Co., hard cover, 90 pages, (Our #23916) $12.
214. Riemann, Dr. H., Analysis of J.S. Bach's Wohltemperirtes Clavier (48 Preludes & Fugues), London, Augener, Ltd, Part II (Preludes & Fugues Nos 25-48), translated from German into English), blue paper cover, 210pp, good condition, (Our #26420) $5.
215. Sousa, John Philip, National, Patriotic and Typical Airs of All Lands, With Copius Notes, Philadelphia, 1890, Harry Coleman, Music. Hardcover in excellent condition. 283 pages. 12" x 9 3/4", (Our #26006) $250.
216. Stevens, Georgia, Climbing in Music Land: Tone and Rhythm Series, New York, 1940, Macmillan Company, hard cover, children's book, illustrations by George Vincent Deely, very good condition, 138pp, (Our #28085) $15.
217. Van Loon, Hendrik Willem, The Arts, New York, 1937, Simon and Schuster, Hardcover, good condition. Color and black & white prints. 677 pages. 9 1/2" x 6 1/2", (Our #26001) $45.
218. Victoria and Albert Museum, Musical Instruments as Works of Art, London, 1968, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 68 pages, paper cover unglued from book; slight damage to edges, black and white photographs, 16th-19th century instruments, (Our #24270) $30.
219. Virgil, A.K., The Virgil Clavier Method, New York, 1906, Book I: Foundation Exercises in Piano Playing from First Rudiments to Highest Artistic Finish, hard cover, 252 pages; Rare method book meant to accompany the Virgil Practice Clavier, (Our #25070) $75.
220. Wedge, George, Keyboard Harmony, New York, 1924, G. Schirmer, second edition, A Practical Application of Music Theory, Including the Study of Melody Harmonization, Broken Chords and Arpeggios, Modulation and Improvisation, (Our #23926) $15.
221. Woodcock, Cyril, Dictionary of Contemporary Violin and Bowmakers, England, 1965, Amati Publishing Ltd., Hardcover with dust jacket., (Our #24258) $40.
Artwork
222. Giuseppe M. Ferraro di Roccaferrara, of the viola da gamba by John Rose dated 1590 in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; signed, signed & inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 25 1/2"x 20", framed, (Our #23529) $950.
223. Giuseppe M. Ferraro di Roccaferrara, Italian cittern attributed to Antonio Stradivari; signed & inscribed verso, oil on canvas board, 18-1/4" x 23-1/4", framed, (Our #23531) $750.
224. Giuseppe M. Ferraro di Roccaferrara, Violin and mandolin by Antonio Monzio, Milan; signed and inscribed verso, oil on canvas board, 27-1/4" x 15- 1/4", framed, (Our #23538) $850.
Guitars & Fretted
225. Beloff, Jim, The Ukulele: A Visual History, San Francisco, 1997, Miller Freeman Books, 111 Pages, Soft cover, (Our #22269) $18.
226. Boak, Dick, Martin Guitar Masterpieces, 2003, (Our #25545) $36.
227. Peter Szego, Inventing the American Guitar, hard cover, (Our #31683) $45.
228. Sharpe, A.P., Make Your Own Spanish Guitar, London, 1963, Clifford Essex Music Co., LTD, hard cover, 32 pages, excellent condition, (Our #27971) $25.
229. Tony Bacon & Paul Day, The Ultimate Guitar Book, New York, 1992, Alfred A. Knopf, 192 pages, fully illustrated with color photographs., (Our #29693) $25.