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THE EDUCATION OF A CONCERT-GOER

ULRICH, Homer

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New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, (1949). First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's black boards in original photographic dust jacket. About very good in like DJ. Singificant wear to edjes of jacket. 1" tear to bottom of front panel at fold. Small chips to corners and spine. Light age-toning. Former owner's bookplate on FFEP. A couple corner-creases to pages. Bright, clean, and sound. 257pp. (Item ID: 17947)

Ulrich, a professor of music and instrumentalist, presents an explication of the art of orchestral music for the reader ñ both an insider's view of orchestras, and an elucidation of musical composition itself.


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