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Beethoven the Man and the Artist as revealed in his own words compiled F Kerst publ Gay and Bird, 1906

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Publisher: Gay and Bird, London & B.W. Huebsch, New York, 1906. Hardback, 110 pages, no dustjacket. Pictorial cover, in fawn boards with gilt titling to spine and front and attractive blue designs and decorations to front, is in good condition commensurate with age with minor shelfwear and light bumping to spine extremities. A few light marks here and there. Internally, the book is in generally good, clean and firm condition with a little foxing here and there. A couple of light pencil annotations here and there (which could be easily erased if desired). Brown tanning mark across upper hinge on pages 88-89 where small piece of card was left in as a book-mark. A charming and fascinating collection of Beethoven's own thoughts, opinions and observations about music (his own and that of his fellow composers), his life and the society of his time.

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Author(s):
F Kerst compiler and annotator
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
110
Publisher:
Gay and Bird, London, 1906
Title:
Beethoven the Man and the Artist as revealed in his own words

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Publisher: Gay and Bird, London & B.W. Huebsch, New York, 1906. Hardback, 110 pages, no dustjacket. Pictorial cover, in fawn boards with gilt titling to spine and front and attractive blue designs and decorations to front, is in good condition commensurate with age with minor shelfwear and light bumping to spine extremities. A few light marks here and there. Internally, the book is in generally good, clean and firm condition with a little foxing here and there. A couple of light pencil annotations here and there (which could be easily erased if desired). Brown tanning mark across upper hinge on pages 88-89 where small piece of card was left in as a book-mark. A charming and fascinating collection of Beethoven's own thoughts, opinions and observations about music (his own and that of his fellow composers), his life and the society of his time.

Author(s):
F Kerst compiler and annotator
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
110
Publisher:
Gay and Bird, London, 1906
Title:
Beethoven the Man and the Artist as revealed in his own words

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