New Haven, CT: Yale University, 2001. 4to. cloth. 151 pages. First edition. This exhibition catalogue describes and illustrates highlights of Yale's Frederic R. Koch collection, one of the finest gatherings of musical, literary, and historical manuscripts assembled in the past few decades. Selections range from seventeenth-century Copenhagen to early twentieth-century Helsinki. The collection is particularly rich in manuscripts by French, German, and Italian composers, including the score of Debussy's Pelleas et Melisande, the finest group... READ MORE about HEINRICH SCHUTZ TO HENRY MILLER; SELECTIONS FROM THE FREDERICK R. KOCH COLLECTION AT YALE UNIVERSTIY
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New Haven: Yale University, 2001. 4to. paper wrappers, dust jacket. 36 pages. An exhibition catalogue listing 18th century theatre and anti-theatre persons associated with Yale. Also includes a theatre-focused history of Yale itself. Very nice condition. READ MORE about THEATER & ANTI-THEATER IN THE 18TH CENTURY, A TERCENTENNIAL EXHIBITON
New Haven, CT: Beineike Rare Book and Manuscript Library, (2002). 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 63+(1) pages. An exhibition of William Walton at Yale University. Brief biography of childhood and his final years as well as detailed descriptions of Walton's FacadeBelshazzars FeastTroilus and Crissidaand his war years. Slight creasing to top front wrapper. READ MORE about WILLIAM WALTON, COMPOSER, A CENTENARY EXHIBITION IN THE BEINECKE RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT...