1726 - 1923     (SHEET)MUSIC (including AUTOGRAPHS and MANUSCRIPTS)

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75 1726 Adam L 75 1726 Adam L
75/1726 Adam, L. Méthode de Piano du Conservatoire. Part 3. Choix de morceaux doigtés dans les différens Caractères et mouvemens. Bonn, N. Simrock, n.d. (±1815), plate-no. 1173 C, 55p., engr. title-p. and score, contemp. gilt hcalf, sm. folio.

- Sl. foxed. = Third section of the Méthode de Piano (lacking the Introduction and "Article I - V".

BOUND WITH: Idem. Supplément à la Méthode de Piano. Contenant un choix de passages doigtés, choisies dans les ouvrages des auteurs modernes les plus célèbres, tels que Hummel, Moschelis, Kalkbrenner, Field (...) Czerny (...) Adam. Ibid., idem, n.d. (±1830), plate-no. 2872, 65p. (fine). Idem. Méthode de Piano du Conservatoire. Brussels, Plouvier, n.d. (±1820), plate-no.880, (85)-235p., engr. title-p. and score, contemp. gilt hmor. w. gilt red mor. oblong bookplate of "Julie Tecmen" on frontcover, sm. folio.

= Although not complete, still a rare set of this famous and influential piano method.

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75 1727 Asioli B 75 1727 Asioli B
75/1727 Asioli, B. Sestetto A Clavicembalo, Clarinetto, Corno, Fagotto, Viola, e Violoncello. Milan, G. Ricordi, n.d. (±1830), plate-no. G.868, 6 parts, loose as issued, engr. scores, obl. 4to.

- Pencil annots. in scores (mainly bar nos.); title-p. sl. foxed; partly dogeared.

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75 1728 Autographs and manuscripts  Anonymous mid 18th cent  75 1728 Autographs and manuscripts Anonymous mid 18th cent
75 1728 Autographs and manuscripts  Anonymous mid 18th cent  75 1728 Autographs and manuscripts Anonymous mid 18th cent
75/1728 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Anonymous (mid 18th cent.). (Anthology of 105 instrumental pieces and songs). England (Scotland?), n.d. (owner's entry of "Ralph Pattison His Book 1756" on pastedown), page numbering as follows: (4),3-31/ 40-196, pen and ink (incl. staves), contemp. plain calf, obl. 8vo.

- Page numbering jumps from p.31 (recto) to p.40 (verso of p.31); several leaves loose(ning); partly sl. frayed; occas. sl. soiled in margins. Binding soiled and dam.

= Interesting and rich manuscript, containing parts of well-known compositions by the established composers of the time (Corelli, Händel, Humphrey and Vivaldi) as well as popular English and Scottish songs. The lyrics of the songs have occasionally been added to the songs. The first two loosely inserted leaves contain a list of part of the contents (stopping at p.125) and a leaf with the text to "The Blind Lover". The list of contents shows that the (absent) first leaf should have contained the music of "a Hornpipe & Dumbarton Boat Bery". Some titles: "A Perlude by Dr. Pepusch"; "Bill Williams delight"; "(Gavot) in the 6th of Stanley"; "The Duke of Ancasters Minuet"; "Hartford Assembly"; "the amor barmo aire by Mr Handel in Xexes [Xerxes?]"; "Sloggs Hornpipe"; "Mis Etheringtons minuet"; "Dear Cloe: Sung by W. Lowe at Vauxhall"; "The Distressed Shepherdess"; "Cloes Resolves by Doctor Green"; "Much a do about Nothing"; "Handels Watter peice"; "Concerto by Sigr. Hasse"; "A New Song in Honour of the King of Prussia"; "Allegro in Solo 12th. Sagio Adams Berckinstock"; "Minuet by Mr. Lully"; "Lady Milbank's Minuet"; "Contentment set by Mr Abiel Wichelle"; "Is there a Charm"; "Captain Death"; "Tweed Side"; "Advice to Silvia"; "The New Birks of Endermay"; "Brownhills favorite"; "Ld Exeter Minuet"; "Meeting in the Morning"; "Mis Gunning"; "Air by Mr Jospeh Smyth"'; "Minuet by Mr Humphreys"; "Stellia and Flavia"; "Myra by Mr. Howard"; "A New Song Sung at Rannelagh"; "Concerto ye 5th of Vivaldi"; "Killie Crankie"; "Lord Bartley's Minuet"; "Dance in Romio"; "Bedfords March"; "Desaubrys Minuet"; "The Advice"; "Chesunt a Him"; "Bettsey Thoughtles"; "A trip to Sligo"; "Comus's Court set to musick by Mr Atfield"; "A Song Called the Green Meadow"; "The Bonny Broom" and "A Himn to Ohio". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIII.

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75 1729 Autographs and manuscripts  Anonymous 2nd half 19th cent  75 1729 Autographs and manuscripts Anonymous 2nd half 19th cent
75/1729 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Anonymous (2nd half 19th cent.). "Musique pour piano". Manuscript, 2nd half 19th cent., pen and ink on paper, (94) lvs. w. scores, contemp. hmor. w. giltlettered title on spine, folio.

- One quire loose. Binding worn; upper joint splitting.

= Contains i.a. the pieces "David devant Saul" (Louis Bordèse), "Le Soleil de ma Bretagne" (Louise Puget), "Lucie de Lammermoore" (Gaetano Donizetti) and "Le Philtre" (Daniel Auber).

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75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts  Beinum E van 1900 1959 75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts Beinum E van 1900 1959
75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts  Beinum E van 1900 1959 75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts Beinum E van 1900 1959
75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts  Beinum E van 1900 1959 75 1730 Autographs and manuscripts Beinum E van 1900 1959
75/1730 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Beinum, E. van (1900-1959). MANUSCRIPT DEDICATION on an engr. portrait of Anton Brückner, drypoint (10,1x7 cm.), signed illegibly in pencil below the plate, "Anton Brückner" engr. in lower margin in the plate, framed.

= MANUSCRIPT DEDICATION by EDUARD VAN BEINUM in pen and ink on verso frame, reading: "Een kleine, maar dankbare herinnering aan een fijne vriendschap van Eduard van Beinum".

AND 2 anonymous portraits of musicians: an engr. portrait of Anton Rubinstein and an etching and aquatint portrait of Arthur de Greef, both framed.

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75 1731 Autographs and manuscripts  Berghout J C  1869 1963 75 1731 Autographs and manuscripts Berghout J C 1869 1963
75/1731 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Berghout, J.C. (1869-1963). "Symphonie no.2." AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SCORE, pen and ink, n.d. (±1928), 106p., orig. hcl., folio.

= Preceded by an autograph annotation reading: "Bij gelegenheid van het Internationale Franz Schubert-Jahrhundertfeier (Wien 1928) werd deze Symphonie bekroond. Jury-leden, waren de Heeren: Dr. Hermann Bischoff, E.N. von Reznicek, Prof. Max v. Schillings, Dr. Johan Wagenaar, Ernst Wendel".

AND 9 other autograph manuscripts by the same, all pen and ink, i.a. ""Concertstuk" voor Harp met Orkestbegeleiding. Opus 265" (full-score, dated 1930, dedicated to his daughter Phia Berghout): ""Romance" en "Humoreske" "Voor Kranige Blazers en Knappe strijkers" (full-score); "Concert-Ouverture" (full-score) and ""Symphonie" no.6" (full-score).

€ (100-150) 375
75 1732 Autographs and manuscripts  Falla M de 1876 1946 75 1732 Autographs and manuscripts Falla M de 1876 1946
75/1732 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Falla, M. de (1876-1946). Concerto per Clavicembalo (o pianoforte) Flauto, Oboe, Clarinetto, Violino e Violoncello. Paris, Max Eschig, 1928, (4),42,(2)p., printed score ("partition de poche"), orig. wr.

- Upper outer corner sl. dogeared. Otherwise fine.

= With AUTOGRAPH DEDICATION SIGNED to the singer "Magdaleine Greslé" on p.(4): "Pour vous, ma chère Amie, en souvenir ému de notre concert - Pleyel-1927 et avec mes voeux bien vifs d'une heureuse nouvelle Année. [signed:] Manuel de Falla 1929". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIV.

€ (250-350) 1000
75 1733 Autographs and manuscripts  Haitink B  b 1929 75 1733 Autographs and manuscripts Haitink B b 1929
75 1733 Autographs and manuscripts  Haitink B  b 1929 75 1733 Autographs and manuscripts Haitink B b 1929
75/1733 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Haitink, B. (b.1929). AUTOGRAPH SIGNED PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH, gelatine silver print, 24x18 cm. Ysaije, Eugène (1858-1931). AUTOGRAPH PORTRAIT (PHOTOGRAPH?), 16,4x12 cm., very vaguely SIGNED DEDICATION WITH MUSIC QUOTATION in lower blank margin, laid down on mount with partly decorated borders in silver and green watercolour and acryllic paint.

- Dedication, signature and music quotation very vague (hardly legible).

AND approx. 140 other mostly SIGNED programmes/ letters/ photographs/ leaflets/ clippings/ cards etc. by musicians (and a few actors and actresses), famous and not so famous, i.a. by Heinz Arntz (worldchampion non-stop piano playing, 560 hours in 1956!), Richard Austin, David Bor, Teresa Berganza, Guido Cantelli, Pablo Casals, Dean Dixon, Henri Dutilleux, Adriaan D. Fokker (ALS and "Vierstemmige Intonatie oefening"), Jean Françaix, Valery Gergiev, Mack Harrell, Simeon ten Holt, Eric Hope, Hidemaro Konoye, Josef Krips, Ignace Lilien, Cato Loman, Marvin Maazel, Madeleine Martinetti, Jehudi Menuhin, Clarence Reybould, Wibi Soerjadi, David Stahl (4x, incl. 3 ALS), Teresa Stich-Randall, Robert Stolz and Germaine Thyssens-Valentin.

€ (100-150) 400
75 1734 Autographs and manuscripts  Léoncavallo Ruggero 1858 1919 75 1734 Autographs and manuscripts Léoncavallo Ruggero 1858 1919
75/1734 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Léoncavallo, Ruggero (1858-1919). AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED "R. Leoncavallo", to an unidentified correspondent, dated "27 Décembre 1894", pen and ink, 1 folded leaf, recto and verso, (4)p.

= A pleasantly sincere letter wishing for happy things to pass in the coming year (specifically referring to his operas I Medici and Rolando): "(...) J'espère que la petite guerre contre l'étranger cessera bientôt et les pauvres Medicis pourront en Allemagne faire le chemin qu'ils méritent! Le 2 Janvier je vais à Prague pour ces Medicis (...). Pour le printemps prochaine le plan du Roland sera fait et soumis à l'Empereur. (...).".

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75 1735 Autographs and manuscripts  Passera Angiolo Luigi 1st half 18th cent ? 75 1735 Autographs and manuscripts Passera Angiolo Luigi 1st half 18th cent ?
75/1735 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Passera, Angiolo Luigi (1st half 18th cent.?). "Sonata I. a Flutta sola, e Basso." "Sonata II. a Flutta sola, e Basso". Manuscript, n.pl. (Italy), n.d. (1st half 18th cent.), 2 vols., pen and ink on manuscript staves in pen and ink, (1 (title-p.),7,1(blank)); (1 (title-p.),7,(1 (blank))p., on loose leaves, obl. 8vo.

= Composer not traced. Watermark on paper not clear and not identified.

Idem. "Duetto II. a due Flutte Obbligate." "Duetto III. a due Flutte Obbligate".

Manuscript, n.pl. (Italy), n.d. (1st half 18th cent.), 4 parts in 2 vols., pen and ink on manuscript staves in pen and ink, (1 (title-p.)),2,1(blank)); (1 (title-p.)),2,(1 (blank))p., on loose leaves, obl. 8vo.

- Both in fine condition.

Popp, Gioanni Batta (18th cent.). "Sonata Prima a Due Flautti Traversiere". Manuscript, n.pl., n.d. (18th cent.), 2 vols., pen and ink on manuscript staves in pen and ink, (1 (title-p.),3); (1 (div. title-p.), 3)p., on loose leaves, obl. 8vo (fine). - AND a contemp. manuscript copy by Zeyner[?] of T. HASLINGER, "2 Kleine angenehme Sonatinen für das Piano Forte mit Begleitung einer Flöte" (manuscript copy in pen and ink on manuscript staves in pen and ink, 2 vols., sm. 4to. Title-p. of piano part browned).

= Interesting lot.

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75 1736 Autographs and manuscripts  Rubinstein A  1829 1894 75 1736 Autographs and manuscripts Rubinstein A 1829 1894
75 1736 Autographs and manuscripts  Rubinstein A  1829 1894 75 1736 Autographs and manuscripts Rubinstein A 1829 1894
75/1736 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Rubinstein, A. (1829-1894). Oval photogr. portrait SIGNED "Ant. Rubinstein" in pen and ink below image, photographer M. ALOPHE, 9,2x6,5 cm. (portrait), 2x7,5 cm. (signature), 13x9,2 cm. (photograph).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIV.

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75 1737 Autographs and manuscripts  Saint Saëns C  1835 1921 75 1737 Autographs and manuscripts Saint Saëns C 1835 1921
75 1737 Autographs and manuscripts  Saint Saëns C  1835 1921 75 1737 Autographs and manuscripts Saint Saëns C 1835 1921
75/1737 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Saint-Saëns, C. (1835-1921). Photogr. portrait with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION in purple pen and ink on verso, "à monsieur Carte souvenir de Samson & Dalila. Alger 1892 [signed]", photographer BENQUE & CO., 13x9 cm. (portrait).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIV.

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75 1738 Autographs and manuscripts  Wagner Siegfried 1869 1930 75 1738 Autographs and manuscripts Wagner Siegfried 1869 1930
75/1738 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Wagner, Siegfried (1869-1930). Two AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED and two AUTOGRAPH CARDS SIGNED "Siegfried Wagner", to "(Sehr) geehrter Herr Schmid" (2x)/ "Geehrter Herr"(1x) and "Sehr geehrte gnädige Frau [Göllevich]", dated "7. April 96"/ undated/ "9. May 96" and "7. April 1896", pen and ink, all on 1 leaf/ card, all recto and verso.

= Siegfried Wagner, composer and director, Richard Wagner's only son. The first letter to the music publisher Wilhelm Schmid covers the sending of another letter (the second letter of the lot): "Beiliegend sende ich Ihnen die liebliche Correspondenz die sich jetzt entwickelt hat. (...) Meine liebenswürdigkeit, frau Göllerich aufgefordert zu haben, wird hübsch gelohnt! - Das kommt davon, wenn man[sic] galant sein will! Auf eine derartige gemeinheit war ich allerdings nicht [...?]." From the transcript of the letter to "Frau Göllerich" we quote the following: "Sehr geehrte gnädige frau. Nimmermehr hätte ich in der Presse den fall Es-dur Concert besprochen, wenn nicht nicht die verblüffende Verdrehung im Generalanzeiger gestanden hätte (...) Einzig und allein in dieser Sache betrübt es mich, dass die herzliche freundschaft, die ich zum Ihren verehrten Gemahle liege(?), den ich stets als treuen ächten Menschen bewundert habe, durch Ihre Schuld ins [...?] geräthe (...)."; the two cards concern arrangements to be made for rehearsels and concert programs (one card is directed to Wilhelm Schmid, the other card is not specifically directed to Schmid, but probably was also written to him).

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75 1739 Autographs and manuscripts  Zagwijn H  1878 1954 75 1739 Autographs and manuscripts Zagwijn H 1878 1954
75/1739 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Zagwijn, H. (1878-1954). Five AUTOGRAPH SIGNED LETTERS to "Mejuffrouw Mulder" (3x) and "Beste Jo [Mulder]" (2x), pen and ink, dated between "14 Mei 1950" - "5 October 1954", the first three letters on paper with Zagwijn's letterpress letterhead.

= A correspondence that begins with Zagwijn's interest in hearing a composition (the "kinderoperette "Rozette"") by Jo Mulder (1912-2000), but asking if he may come to a rehearsal instead of the concert, because of his busy schedule. In the following letter he compliments her with the positive reception of the work (May 1950). In the letter of December 1952 he asks her for 2 tickets for a performance of an unidentified work in the Koninklijke Schouwburg. The first letter of 1954 is about her decision to stop with her lessons because of the deteriorating health of her mother and Zagwijn's regret and sympathy for the reason of this decision (September 1954) and in the second letter (5 October 1954) Zagwijn sends his condolences to Jo Mulder on the decease of her mother. Three weeks after this letter Zagwijn died.

WITH a photographic portrait postcard of Zagwijn and an original photograph of Zagwijn on his deathbed (8,7x14 cm.).

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75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts  Zappi G  18th cent  75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts Zappi G 18th cent
75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts  Zappi G  18th cent  75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts Zappi G 18th cent
75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts  Zappi G  18th cent  75 1740 Autographs and manuscripts Zappi G 18th cent
75/1740 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Zappi, G. (18th cent.). "A Giochino Rossini Maestro Di Musici Modi Esempio Di Natura Prodiga De suoi Doni Instancabile Nella Fatua Immortale Nella Gloria Amabile Per Creanza Di Costumi Esempio Anche Piu Raro In Chi La Fortuna Si Meschio Col. Valore Congratulando Al Giorno Del Nome Di Lui G.Z." AUTOGRAPH SIGNED POEM headed (by Zappi?) "Intorno all' Opera Sacra Il Mose di Rossini", pen and ink, (8)p. (incl. blank verso of dedication), n.d. (±1820).

- Sl. creased; previously folded twice.

= Dedication monogrammed, all other leaves signed. Girolamo Zappi was a poet, but his main claim to fame rests in his work as librettist and friend of Rossini. He wrote the libretto of La Nascita del Re di Roma. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIV.

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75/1741 Autographs and manuscripts  Lot of 22 AUTOGRAPH SIGNED LETTERS and POST CARDS by flutists 75/1741 Autographs and manuscripts Lot of 22 AUTOGRAPH SIGNED LETTERS and POST CARDS by flutists
75/1741 [Autographs and manuscripts]. Lot of 22 AUTOGRAPH SIGNED LETTERS and (POST)CARDS by flutists, mostly addressed to the flutist and musicologist Capt. H. Macauley FitzGibbon, by JOHN AMADIO (1883-1964) (autograph letters signed w. envelope), W.T. BARRETT (early 20th cent.) (2 autograph letters signed w. one envelope, and an autograph note on a patented adaptation of the flute by him), JEAN FIRMIN BROSSA (1839-1915) (2 autograph letters signed w. one envelope), ALBERT FRANSELLA (1865-1935) (2 autograph letters signed and a biographical sketch (prob. autograph), w. envelope), ELI HUDSON (1877-1919) (autograph letter signed w. envelope and biographical sketch possibly by FitzGibbon), EDWARD DE JONG (1837-1920) (autograph letter signed w. envelope), JOHN RADCLIFF (1843-1917) (2 autograph letters signed, w. one envelope), RENÉ LE ROY (1898-1985) (autograph letter signed w. envelope and autograph postcard signed (stamp cut off)), JOSEPH SLATER (early 20th cent.) (two autograph letters signed, w. one envelope), OLAF SVENDSEN (1832-1888 (autograph letter signed w. envelope) and DANIEL S. WOOD (1872-1927) (autograph letter signed w. envelope).

- A few letters incomplete (sections torn off, affecting the letters of i.a. Brossa, Radcliffe; envelopes partly dam. from (sometimes) careless opening.

= A fine collection of letters addressed to the flutist H. Macauley FitzGibbon (of Dublin) shedding light on history of the 'modern' flute. Joseph Slater writes for instance in detail about the flutes that he uses and their advantages in use. In his second letter he discusses various contemporary composers, i.a. Patrick Hadley, Kenneth Walton, Olga Mills and Phyllis James [?]. Jean Firmin Brossa writes an extensive autobiography in English, i.a. mentioning his admiration for Walckiers and describing the manner in which he was signed up as flutist by Mr Costa for the Italian Opera, also relating the manner in which the director Hans Richter brusquely reduced the payment of the instrumentalists. Brossa's second letter contains a fine anecdote about the one-handed player Chevalier Rebsomen, who impressed Berbiguier so much with his performance that B. decided to dedicate the duet that they had played together to him. W.M. Barrett writes in a long letter (15p. and 1 added page w. a newspaper clipping to illustrate the "difficulties of rehearsing sometimes"), apparently in answer to a request by FitzGibbon for biographical information for an article, that he is "too modest to tell you" about "the compliments paid to me - principally about my tone (its sweetness & purity they all seem to say)" and goes on to write: "Our dear late Queen paid me the highest compliment I ever had, when she told me that my tone & solo playing reminded her of the late Mr Joseph Richardson". Also stating his admiration for the conductor Sir Michael Costa. Henry Macauley Fitzgibbon, the recipient of these letters, wrote a History of the Flute, was a collector of flutes and as such interested in the various improvements that flutists had made on the flute.

€ (300-500) 300
75 1742 Bach J C 75 1742 Bach J C
75/1742 Bach, J.C. Six Sonates, pour le Clavecin, accompagnées D'un violon ou Flute Traversière et d'un Violoncelle. Oeuvre II. London, Welcker, n.d. (1785), no plate-no., (2),25,(1)p., engr. title-p. and score, large 4to.

- Title-p. chipped/ dam. along outer margin. = Without the separate flute/ violin part. Vester B154; RISM B 321.

(Bach, J.C.(?)). (Six Sonates for piano and flute or violin). N.pl., n.publ., n.d., no plate-no., 32p., engr. score, folio.

- Without title-p.; spine broken. = Attribution tentative.

€ (150-250) 240
75/1743 Badings H  Draaiboek De Vliegende Hollander Een periode uit het leven van Anthony Fokker 75/1743 Badings H Draaiboek De Vliegende Hollander Een periode uit het leven van Anthony Fokker
75/1743 [Badings, H.]. Draaiboek "De Vliegende Hollander". Een periode uit het leven van Anthony Fokker. Screenplay, 150 cyclostyled lvs., recto only, contemp. clothbacked plain wr., 4to.

= De Vliegende Hollander, a biopic on Anthony Fokker for which Henk Badings composed the soundtrack, premiered in 1957. The composer's copy of the screenplay containing extensive pencil annotations. I.a. "Ik maak een basis van klank en sfeer. Alle geluiden van stappen e.d. worden er als effectreeks opgemaakt, ook het zagen is als "echt" opgenomen. Wel moet ik het inelkaar donderen van het vliegtuig maken (dat gebeurt precies aan het einde van deze scene een korte slag zo kort mogelijk)" (...) "Als Fokker binnenkomt plotseling decrescendo, dan geheimzinning dreigende zachte geluiden, bijna stil, dan stilte, Fokker zegt "schoften" dan weer dreigende geluiden (...)".

€ (100-150) 110
75/1744 Badings H  Electronic Music Review No 1 Ed R Weidenaar and R Moog 75/1744 Badings H Electronic Music Review No 1 Ed R Weidenaar and R Moog
75/1744 Badings H  Electronic Music Review No 1 Ed R Weidenaar and R Moog 75/1744 Badings H Electronic Music Review No 1 Ed R Weidenaar and R Moog
75/1744 [Badings, H.]. Electronic Music Review. No.1. Ed. R. Weidenaar and R. Moog. Trumansburg, The Independent Electronic Music Center, 1967, 60p., ills., orig. wr.

= With loosely inserted SIGNED typescript letter (and accomp. questionnaire) from editor Reynold Weidenaar to Henk Badings inviting him to join the council of advisors of the Electronic Music Review and Badings' manuscript draft for his reply letter in which he accepts ("if you think that my feeble forces would be helpful").

€ (80-100) 100
75 1745 Badings H  Mony W A 75 1745 Badings H Mony W A
75/1745 [Badings, H.]. Mony, W.A. Avant-Garde String Techniques (1950-1975). Johannesburg, n.publ., 1982, (5),XV,716 lvs., recto only, mounted (col.) plates, scores, orig. giltlettered rexine, 4to.

= Thesis on which Canadian musician Walter Mony obtained his PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. One of the examinators was Henk Badings. Contains a small stack of typescript correspondence and a telegram between Badings and Johannesburg University (i.a. on the former's honorarium), Badings' manuscript notes and a draft of his examination report as well a typescript report with manuscript corrections.

€ (80-100) 80
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