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Search on : 'MUSICAL' . 18 entries found in GANDSBOOKS
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BKS55A GANZL, Kurt GANZL, Kurt. MUSICALS. The complete illustrated story of the world's most popular live entertainment. Carlton :
(a) (1995) pp240: illustrated boards, d/w VG+ (as NEW). Chapter Three: MERRY ENGLAND pp38 - 53 well-illustrated G&S section + Savoy subsequent productions
(a) (1995) pp240: illustrated boards, d/w VG+ (as NEW). Chapter Three: MERRY ENGLAND pp38 - 53 well-illustrated G&S section + Savoy subsequent productions       £20.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS55B GANZL, Kurt GANZL, Kurt. MUSICALS. The complete illustrated story of the world's most popular live entertainment. Carlton :
(b) (2001 edition) pp256 d/w (sl. score mark)
(b) (2001 edition) pp256 d/w (sl. score mark)       £12.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS60g GILBERT, Sir W.S. GILBERT, Sir W.S. THE STORY OF THE MIKADO (told by WSG) . 6 colour plates by Alice Woodward. O'Connor (1921) pp115:
(g) Facsimile version by Musical Collectables (1998) pp64, paper wraps NEW
(g) Facsimile version by Musical Collectables (1998) pp64, paper wraps NEW       £5.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS61c GILBERT, Sir W.S. THE PINAFORE STORY BOOK Facsimile version by Musical Collectables (1998) pp64 (original 1908), paper wraps NEW (c) Facsimile version by Musical Collectables (1998) pp64 (original 1908), paper wraps NEW       £5.00 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
BKS79a HENSCHEL, Helen HENSCHEL, Helen. WHEN SOFT VOICES DIE. A Musical Biography of George Henschel (friend of Arthur Sullivan). John Westhouse (1944), cream boards :
(a) with d/w
(a) with d/w       £15.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS79b HENSCHEL, Helen HENSCHEL, Helen. WHEN SOFT VOICES DIE. A Musical Biography of George Henschel (friend of Arthur Sullivan). John Westhouse (1944), cream boards :
(b) without d/w, clean boards
(b) without d/w, clean boards       £10.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS79c HENSCHEL, Helen HENSCHEL, Helen. WHEN SOFT VOICES DIE. A Musical Biography of George Henschel (friend of Arthur Sullivan). John Westhouse (1944), cream boards :
(c) Methuen (1949) VG with green d/w
(c) Methuen (1949) VG with green d/w       £15.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS125b PLAY PICTORIAL THE PLAY PICTORIAL (1904). (John Gielgud Ex Libris). THE PLAY : No.1 Vol.I THE CINGALEE March 1904 (with C.Hayden Coffin anf Rutland Barrington); No.2 Vol.I VERONIQUE (Rosina Brandram); No.3 Vol. I THE FINISHING SCHOOL; No.4 Vol. I SERGEANT BRUE; No.5 Vol. I BEAUTY AND THE BARGE; No.6 Vol I THE CATCH OF THE SEASON (Zena Dare); THE PLAY PICTORIAL : No. VIII : A COUNTRY GIRL (Rutland Barrington, Hayden Coffin); Vol. IV No. XIX THE ORCHID (Part I) (George Grossmith, Jnr.); No. XX Vol. IV THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH; No. XXI Vol. IV THE EARL AND THE GIRL (Henry Lytton, Walter Passmore; Vol IV No. XXII THE ORCHID (Part II) (with musical quotations from the shows). Handsome One-Volume collection bound in red cloth with fine gilt decoration on front board and spine (b) THE PLAY PICTORIAL (1904). (John Gielgud Ex Libris). THE PLAY : No.1 Vol.I THE CINGALEE March 1904 (with C.Hayden Coffin anf Rutland Barrington); No.2 Vol.I VERONIQUE (Rosina Brandram); No.3 Vol. I THE FINISHING SCHOOL; No.4 Vol. I SERGEANT BRUE; No.5 Vol. I BEAUTY AND THE BARGE; No.6 Vol I THE CATCH OF THE SEASON (Zena Dare); THE PLAY PICTORIAL : No. VIII : A COUNTRY GIRL (Rutland Barrington, Hayden Coffin); Vol. IV No. XIX THE ORCHID (Part I) (George Grossmith, Jnr.); No. XX Vol. IV THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH; No. XXI Vol. IV THE EARL AND THE GIRL (Henry Lytton, Walter Passmore; Vol IV No. XXII THE ORCHID (Part II) (with musical quotations from the shows). Handsome One-Volume collection bound in red cloth with fine gilt decoration on front board and spine       £65.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS127 REES, Brian REES, Brian. A MUSICAL PEACEMAKER. The Life and Work of Sir Edward German. Kensal Press (1986) pp328, d/w, good condition         £20.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS138a SCHOLES, Percy A. SCHOLES, Percy A. THE MIRROR OF MUSIC 1844-1944. A Century of Musical Life in Britain as reflected in the pages of the MUSICAL TIMES. Novello (1947)
(a) Volume I only, dw pp523. Arthur Sullivan pp472/ Plate 62
(a) Volume I only, dw pp523. Arthur Sullivan pp472/ Plate 62       £10.00 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
BOOK568 STRATTON, Pauline MR. HILL the CHORUS MASTER A musical journey through the lives of three (i.e. Hill and his two sons) 19th Century Norwich musicians. Reeve, Wymondham, Norfolk pp224 (laminated wraps) (2001) ISBN: 0 900616 61 X (contains photograph of a young Arthur Sullivan in 1858       £6.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS107 THACKER, Martin MANCHESTER SOUNDS. Journal of the Manchester Musical Heritage Trust. Volume 2 ~ 2001 pp172. Sullivan: The Manchester Connection by Martin Thacker pp89 - 112 (Librarian, Henry Watson Music Library, Manchester): article examines Sullivan's orchestral and theatrical links with the city: Calvert at The Princes Theatre, Halle, COX AND BOX + some ideas about the `plot' cemetery episode (1866) mentioned in Newman Flower's biography (SAS: His Life, Letters and Diaries (1927) pp49-50) (Cover: Caricature of Sullivan from THE BAILIE, no.167 (Glasgow, 29 Dec. 1875)         £6.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS151g THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE 4 Volumes of THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE articles bound as one Jan. 1895 - Dec. 1896 : pp83 - 89 The Royal College of Music/ p97 Hayden-Coffin/ pp169 - 174 Interviews with Eminent Musicians : Sir Arthur Sullivan/ p175 Miss Jessie Bond/ Plate p242: "THE LOST CHORD" From a photograph by W. & D. Downey/ p253 George Grossmith/ p416 Ernest Bucalossi/ p72 Two Savoy Favourites : Miss Florence Perry and Miss Emmie Owen/ pp332-335 Chapel Royal (g) 4 Volumes of THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE articles bound as one Jan. 1895 - Dec. 1896 : pp83 - 89 The Royal College of Music/ p97 Hayden-Coffin/ pp169 - 174 Interviews with Eminent Musicians : Sir Arthur Sullivan/ p175 Miss Jessie Bond/ Plate p242: "THE LOST CHORD" From a photograph by W. & D. Downey/ p253 George Grossmith/ p416 Ernest Bucalossi/ p72 Two Savoy Favourites : Miss Florence Perry and Miss Emmie Owen/ pp332-335 Chapel Royal       £65.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS151 THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE : SIX VOLUMES in grey cloth library bindings . Edited by E. Hatzfield Vol. I : January to June, 1895 pp484 (some light foxing on edges): pp21-27 SONG : EDWARD GRAY. Words by Alfred, Lord Tennyson; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan/ pp83 - 89 The Royal College of Music/ p97 Hayden-Coffin/ pp169 - 174 Interviews with Eminent Musicians : Sir Arthur Sullivan/ p175 Miss Jessie Bond/ Plate p242: "THE LOST CHORD" From a photograph by W. & D. Downey/ p248 Edward Solomon (with photo.)/ p253 George Grossmith also SONG p279: My Lady Nature's Little Joke/ pp403-5 August Manns (includes references to Sullivan's orchestral output)
Vol. II : July to December, 1895 pp524 (some light foxing on edges): ppp12-3 Chas. Coote and P. Bucalossi/ p170-1 Balfe/ pp172-3 The Story of The Bohemian Girl
p416 Ernest Bucalossi
Vol. III : January to June, 1896 pp428: p160 Albert Chevalier (with photo.)/ pp226-7 Norman Salmond (with portrait and costume photo. as Richard Coeur de Lion in Sullivan's IVANHOE)/ pp233-239 SONG His Lady. Words by R.S.Hichens. Music by Edward German
Vol. IV : July to December, 1896 pp424 : p72 Two Savoy Favourites : Miss Florence Perry and Miss Emmie Owen/ p136 Sidney Jones (with photo.)/ pp332-335 Chapel Royal
Vol. V : January to June, 1897 pp388 : pp196 -201 Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall
Vol. VI : July to December, 1897 pp428 : pp8-9 Sir George Grove/ pp269-271 Royal Carl Rosa Opera Company
      £100.00 6-VOL. SET GANDS BOOK
BKS151h THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE A Musical Monthly. Vol.IV July-Dec. 1896. Newes pp428. Article p72 (with photos.) : TWO SAVOY FAVOURITES : MISS FLORENCE PERRY and MISS EMMIE OWEN (original decorative bevilled boards) (h) THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE A Musical Monthly. Vol.IV July-Dec. 1896. Newes pp428. Article p72 (with photos.) : TWO SAVOY FAVOURITES : MISS FLORENCE PERRY and MISS EMMIE OWEN (original decorative bevilled boards)       £18.00 GANDS BOOK
BKS159 TURFERY, Cossar and PALMER, King TURFERY, Cossar and PALMER, King. THE MUSICAL PRODUCTION A Complete Guide for Amateurs. Light Opera, Revue, Musical Comedy and Pantomime. Pitman (1953) pp226 d/w (contains DC OC photos. of MK/GN/PF)         £20.00 GANDS BOOK
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