JANOS, F: Ferencsik János, az ember es muvesz portreja

Fejer, Gabor. Ferencsik Janos, az ember es muvesz portreja. Muszaki Konyvkiado, 1984. ISBN: 963106459X. Unmarked. Very Good. Hardcover. (#26177) $70.00

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Extensively illustrated. Musical notation on end pages. Text in Hungarian. Janos Ferencsik (1907-1984) was a Hungarian conductor.

He studied in Budapest under such conductors as Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, Felix Weingartner and Wilhelm Furtwängler.

A friend of Hungarian composers Laszlo Lajtha, Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly, Janos was also known for his interpretations of their works.

SONNABEND, Y: Stage Designs and Paintings

Yolanda Sonnabend: Stage Designs and Paintings. Arts Council of Great Britain], 1985. ISBN: 0728704811. Unmarked text. Small ding at spine. Catalog for exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, 30 November 1985-5 January 1986. Very Good. Paperback. (#25244) $24.00

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Illustrated in Black and white. 3 essays: “The Studio and the Stage” by Bryan Robertson, “Painting and Designing” by Yolanda Sonnabend, and “Yolanda Sonnabend’s Designs for Ballet” by Clement Crisp. Biography. 48p. Yolanda Sonnabend (1935-2015) was a British theatre and ballet designer and painter, primarily of portraits.

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY: Stage, Ballroom, and Parlour

Stage, Ballroom, and Parlour. Harvard College Library, 2000. Unmarked. Bumped at spine. Illustrated in B/W with a color frontispiece and color images on the front and back covers. Exhibition booklet. Good. Saddle-stitched (Stapled) binding. (#18761) $14.00

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Selections from the Ruth N. and John M. Ward Collection of Music for Dance and Theatre in the Harvard Theatre Collection on display from May 30–Sept 9, 2000. 47p. Contains names of items on display with short descriptive text.