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The Notary and Other Lawyers in Gilbert & Sullivan

£19.99

Product description

Hardback 1997. This book is in excellent condition. It is a limited edition, number 757 of 1500 copies.

The Notary and Other Lawyers in Gilbert and Sullivan has accounts of the roles played by the lawyers appearing in the Savoyard operas and examines their characters. The sources of Gilbert's libretti are dealt with and in many instances these are reproduced in Appendix II. The lawyers and the persons with whom they are involved come to life in the illustrations, many in colour, ranging from pictures of scenes, singers and theatres to reproductions of first-night programmes and of many of Gilbert's own illustrations.

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Added value:
Limited Edition, no 757 of 1500
Author(s):
Burgess, A.J.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30cm/22cm
Edition:
Limited Edition, no 757 of 1500
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952559412
ISBN-13:
9780952559412
Number of pages:
575
Publisher:
Jardine Press

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About this item

Hardback 1997. This book is in excellent condition. It is a limited edition, number 757 of 1500 copies.

The Notary and Other Lawyers in Gilbert and Sullivan has accounts of the roles played by the lawyers appearing in the Savoyard operas and examines their characters. The sources of Gilbert's libretti are dealt with and in many instances these are reproduced in Appendix II. The lawyers and the persons with whom they are involved come to life in the illustrations, many in colour, ranging from pictures of scenes, singers and theatres to reproductions of first-night programmes and of many of Gilbert's own illustrations.

Added value:
Limited Edition, no 757 of 1500
Author(s):
Burgess, A.J.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30cm/22cm
Edition:
Limited Edition, no 757 of 1500
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952559412
ISBN-13:
9780952559412
Number of pages:
575
Publisher:
Jardine Press

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