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BKS4b ALLEN, Reginald ALLEN, Reginald. THE FIRST NIGHT GILBERT and SULLIVAN.Containing Complete Librettos of the Fourteen Operas, Exactly as presented at their Premiere Performances. Edited, with a Prologue and Copious Descriptive Particulars by Reginald Allen; and a Foreword by Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Illustrated with Contemporary Drawings:
(b) signed typed letter from Reginald Allen on Metropolitan Opera (New York) letterhead March 29, 1963 to Dr. John B. Goldborough re: the difficuties of collecting G&S memorabilia in the US
signed typed letter from Reginald Allen on Metropolitan Opera (New York) letterhead March 29, 1963 to Dr. John B. Goldborough re: the difficuties of collecting G&S memorabilia in the US     £15.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS4c ALLEN, Reginald THE FIRST NIGHT GILBERT and SULLIVAN.Containing Complete Librettos of the Fourteen Operas, Exactly as presented at their Premiere Performances. Edited, with a Prologue and Copious Descriptive Particulars by Reginald Allen; and a Foreword by Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Illustrated with Contemporary Drawings:
(b) signed typed letter from Reginald Allen on Metropolitan Opera (New York) letterhead March 29, 1963 to Dr. John B. Goldborough re: the difficuties of collecting G&S memorabilia in the US
CENTENNIAL EDITION. Chappell & Co. (1975) pp465 :(c) d/w VG copy     £50.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS4d ALLEN, Reginald THE FIRST NIGHT GILBERT and SULLIVAN.Containing Complete Librettos of the Fourteen Operas, Exactly as presented at their Premiere Performances. Edited, with a Prologue and Copious Descriptive Particulars by Reginald Allen; and a Foreword by Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Illustrated with Contemporary Drawings:
(b) signed typed letter from Reginald Allen on Metropolitan Opera (New York) letterhead March 29, 1963 to Dr. John B. Goldborough re: the difficuties of collecting G&S memorabilia in the US
CENTENNIAL EDITION. Chappell & Co. (1975) pp465 : (d) d/w sl. worn, ow good copy     £45.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS9u BAILY, Leslie THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN BOOK (u) Spring Books (1967 2nd) pp475 Ex-Coll. Lib., d/w worn, badly chipped on back, d/w spine faded, signed by Mike Leigh     (u)£12.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS9v BAILY, Leslie THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN BOOK (v) Spring Books (1967 2nd) pp475 Ex-Pub. Lib., d/w worn     (v)£10.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS9dd BAILY, Leslie THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN BOOK (dd) Cassell & Company (1952 1st) pp443, no d/w Ex-Pub.Lib     (dd)£12.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS22a BRAHMS, Caryl BRAHMS, Caryl. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN Lost Chords and Dischords. Foreword by John Betjeman (a) Weidenfeld & Nicolson (1975) pp264. Ex-Pub.Lib VG, d/w faded on spine       (a) £12.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS26 CHEVALIER, Albert CHEVALIER, Albert. A Record by Himself. Biographical and other chapters by Brian Daly. John Macqueen (1895) pp295. Green decorative boards in good condition. Ex-Pub.Lib with bookplates on front and rear pastedowns, embossed stamp on title page (+ ink stamp on verso) and pp v - xii/ Part I.- ACTOR title page + pp1-12 and pp287-295.
Albert Chevalier worked with the Kendals, John Hare, and later as a Music Hall artiste (see MUSIC HALL songs : www.cbclassicalmusic.com)
CHEVALIER, Albert. A Record by Himself. Biographical and other chapters by Brian Daly. John Macqueen (1895) pp295. Green decorative boards in good condition. Ex-Pub.Lib with bookplates on front and rear pastedowns, embossed stamp on title page (+ ink stamp on verso) and pp v - xii/ Part I.- ACTOR title page + pp1-12 and pp287-295.
Albert Chevalier worked with the Kendals, John Hare, and later as a Music Hall artiste (see MUSIC HALL songs : www.cbclassicalmusic.com)
      £65.00 GANDS BOOK
BOOK535 COCHRAN, Charles B. COCK-A-DOODLE-DO. Memoirs of Charles B. Cockran Dent (1941 reprint) pp367 (black boards worn)       £8.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS41b FINDON, B.W FINDON, B.W. SULLIVAN & HIS OPERAS (b) FINDON, B.W. SULLIVAN & HIS OPERAS : pink photographs: AS frontispiece; WSG facing p64; Bond/Brandram facing p96; Barrington/Grossmith facing p118. Sisley's nd (c.1908) pp198 : green boards, top of spin strip sl. rubbed (remarks about Stanford withdrawn in this later edition)       (b)£20.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS41a FINDON, B.W SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN His Life and Music James Nisbet (1904) pp214 maroon cloth (WITH `Essays in RHYTHM’ facsimile between pp16/17) (pp165-166 contains critical remarks about Stanford which were withdrawn from later editions) (THIS IS THE ORIGINAL EDITION)       (a)£50.00 (1st edition) GANDS BOOK
BKS41c FINDON, B.W SULLIVAN & HIS OPERAS (c) FINDON, B.W. SULLIVAN & HIS OPERAS : pink photographs: AS frontispiece; WSG facing p76; Barrington/Grossmith facing p102; Bond/Brandram facing p106. Sisley's nd (c.1908) pp198 : green boards, white lettering, harp in gilt, top and bottom of spine strip sl. rubbed (remarks about Stanford withdrawn in this later edition)       (c)£20.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS61b GILBERT, Sir W.S. GILBERT, Sir W.S. THE STORY OF H.M.S.PINAFORE (b) GILBERT, Sir W.S. THE STORY OF H.M.S.PINAFORE. Illustrated in colour and black and white by Alice B. Woodward. G. Bell and Sons, Ltd. (1913) pp131 scarce scarce     £45.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS61a GILBERT, Sir W.S. THE PINAFORE PICTURE BOOK. THE STORY OF H.M.S.PINAFORE. Told by Sir.W.S.Gilbert and Illustrated by Alice B.Woodward. London George Bell & Sons (1908 1st) pp131 (a) light blue decorative boards, slightly faded, slight foxing on prelims, edge of plate margin sl. damaged pp35/6, ow good copy, scarce scarce     £50.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS68 GOOSSENS, Eugene GOOSSENS, Eugene. OVERTURES AND BEGINNERS A Musical Autobiography. Methuen (1951) pp327 Ex-Lib. VG. `Plate of Queen Victoria's Silken Programme for a Command Performance in London at which my Grandfather conducted H.M.S. Pinafore (1878)' ; and reference to being conductor of the Comedy Opera Company Ltd. at the Opera Comique in the Strand. With press cuttings : Oratorio in Sydney (1954) and Obituary (1962 x 3) (front board stained) scarce     £30.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS87c JACOBS, Arthur JACOBS, Arthur. GILBERT & SULLIVAN. With 33 Illustrations in Photogravure. Parrish (1951) pp66. The World of Music series:
(c) Ex-Boots Lib., spine frail, no d/w
(c) Ex-Boots Lib., spine frail, no d/w       £12.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS90 JEFFERSON, Alan THE COMPLETE GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERA GUIDE Webb & Bower (1984) pp352
(a) good copy with d/w
(b) Ex-Pub.Lib. shaken, top right edge throughout worn, d/w (worn)
      (a)£30.00
(b)£15.00
GANDS BOOK
BKS102a LUBIN, L.B. LUBIN, L.B. GILBERT WITHOUT SULLIVAN. Libretti by WSG. Illustrations by L.B.Lubin: Pinafore/ Pirates/ Mikado/ Gondoliers. The Viking Press, New York (1981) pp112 :
(a) with d/w
(a) with d/w       £15.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS102b LUBIN, L.B. LUBIN, L.B. GILBERT WITHOUT SULLIVAN. Libretti by WSG. Illustrations by L.B.Lubin: Pinafore/ Pirates/ Mikado/ Gondoliers. The Viking Press, New York (1981) pp112 :
(b) without d/w
(b) without d/w       £10.00 GANDS BOOK
BOOK548 LYTTON, Henry THE SECRETS OF A SAVOYARD Jarrolds pp191 with pasted note (faded) from Lytton to recipient inscribed Feb. 1922     £10.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS113 MOREY, Cynthia INCLINED TO DANCE AND SING. A D'Oyly Carte Journal of the 1950's. Foreword by John Reed O.B.E. Prospero Books (1998) pp127 paper wraps NEW (a) signed by John Reed and Cynthia Morey
(b) signed by Cynthia Morey
      (a)£20.00
(b)£15.00
GANDS BOOK
BKS113c MOREY, Cynthia MOREY, Cynthia :
(c) A SET OF CURIOUS CHANCES A Sequel to Inclined to Dance and Sing. Foreword by Valerie Masterson C.B.E. Prospero Books (2001) pp156 paper wraps NEW
(c) A SET OF CURIOUS CHANCES A Sequel to Inclined to Dance and Sing. Foreword by Valerie Masterson C.B.E. Prospero Books (2001) pp156 paper wraps NEW signed copy     £15.00 GANDS BOOK
BOOK522 O'BRIEN, R. Barry THE LIFE OF LORD RUSSELL OF KILLOWEN (1902) (1902 3rd impression - second edition) Smith, Elder, & Co., ex.Pub.Lib., red cloth. Legal friend of Gilbert & Sullivan       £35.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS130d ROLLINS, Cyril. & WITTS, R. John. (compilers) (d) signed (Cyril Rollins) typed letter 20th September, 1972 to John B. Goldsborough re: supplements 1961/66 and 1966/71 (d) signed (Cyril Rollins) typed letter 20th September, 1972 to John B. Goldsborough re: supplements 1961/66 and 1966/71       £6.00 signed GANDS BOOK
BOOK607 ROLLINS, Cyril. & WITTS, R. John. (compilers) THE D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY IN GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Joseph (1962) pp186 + APPENDIX/INDEX pp26 ex-Pub. Lib., brown cloth, VG, minimum stamps     £30.00 ex-Pub. Lib. GANDS BOOK
BOOK553 SHARP, Keith Drummond BOUFFONNERIE MUSICALE. Th Story of H.B. Farnie HENRY BROUGHAM FARNIE (1836 -1889) was a teacher, writer and journalist in mid-Victorian Fife (Scotland), until his scandalous private life caused him to flee to London. While at first continuing as a journalist, he began writing for the theatre and made the adaptation of French opera bouffe his chosen field. Almost single-handedly he made the genre popular, and popular enough to compete strongly with Gilbert and Sullivan's new English operetta. He had more big hits on the London stage than any of his contemporaries and his best shows were constantly revived in the Edwardian period and between the wars, and were popular throughout the English-speaking world. Then he was forgotten until his pantomime in collaboration with Offenbach, WHITTINGTON, the only show Offenbach ever did to an English text, was revived as a 'millenium' special. But he was a significant figure in the theatre of his day. The Queme Press in conjunction with The Fife Family History Society (2010) pp220, coloured pictorial wraps     £8.50 NEW GANDS BOOK
BKS167 WILLEBY, Charles WILLEBY, Charles. MASTERS OF ENGLISH MUSIC (a) Osgood (1893) pp302 with frontispiece engraving of Arthur Sullivan and pp102 article and further drawings
(b) (1896) pp302. Ex-Pub.Lib but in good condition with blue library binding boards.
      (a)£45.00
(b)£40.00
GANDS BOOK
BKS172c WOLFSON, John WOLFSON, John. FINAL CURTAIN. The Last Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Including the unpublished rehearsal librettos and twenty unpublished Gilbert lyrics. Chappell & Co. in Association with Andre Deutsch (1976) pp293 :
(c) Ex-Pub.Lib. (condition good) d/w good
(c) Ex-Pub.Lib. (condition good) d/w good       £10.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS175d WOOD, Roger A D'OYLY CARTE ALBUM. A Pictorial Record of the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Foreword by Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Adam and Charles Black (1953) pp66 with 86 photographs (d) ex-school lib., no d/w, from which the photo of Peter Pratt has been stuck to the front plumb board       (d) £6.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS180d YOUNG, Percy M. YOUNG, Percy M. SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Dent (1971) pp304:
(d) Ex-Pub.Lib , d/w, half-title page removed and re-stuck with sellotape, ow good clean copy
(d) Ex-Pub.Lib , d/w, half-title page removed and re-stuck with sellotape, ow good clean copy       £10.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS180e YOUNG, Percy M. YOUNG, Percy M. SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Dent (1971) pp304:
(e) Ex-Pub.Lib hardback with bound dustwrapper, pastedowns marked, ow VG
(e) Ex-Pub.Lib hardback with bound dustwrapper, pastedowns marked, ow VG       £12.00 GANDS BOOK
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