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“NEVER YET HAS ANYONE PRODUCED SO ACCURATE A MUSICAL DESCRIPTION OF LA MANIFESTATION PHYSIQUE DES TENDRESSES HUMAINES

MASSENET, J[ules]. Esclarmonde. Paris, 1889.

First edition, association copy of the piano-vocal score, inscribed by Massenet to the great French bass Joseph Tagliafico “a l’ami Tagliafico, souvenir de son bien affectionne, J. Massenet,” with a musical quotation from the prologue (“O divine Esclarmonde…”), dated Paris, October 1889. With lovely art nouveau color illustrations, including vignette title page, by E. Grasset. $3800.

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DEDICATEE’S COPY OF TENOR GIOVANNI RUBINI’S SONGS,
INSCRIBED BY HIM AND BEAUTIFULLY BOUND

RUBINI, Giovanni Battista. L"Album di Rubini. London, 1830.

First edition of this collection of six songs–four solo pieces and two duets–composed by famed Italian tenor Giovanni Rubini, inscribed by him on the title page to the student to whom he dedicated the work, Georgina Byrne. $3200.

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CUI’S OPERA SARATSIN, INSCRIBED BY THE COMPOSER TO THE ORIGINAL DYUNIA

CUI, Cesar. Saratsin. Moscow, 1899.

First edition of the piano-vocal score, inscribed by the composer on the title page to the Russian bass Smirnov, the original Dyunia, in Russian: “To the ‘brave knight Dyunia’ in fond memories, 1899, C. Cui.” $2600.

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