Recollections and Reflections of an American Composer
by Freer, Eleanor Everest
Self Published. Hardcover. N.p., 1929. 12mo, brown leatherette, 122 pp. The scarce autobiography of the composer Eleanor Everest Freer. Freer was born in Philadelphia and studied music with Bernard Ziehn. She was the founder of the Opera in Our Language Foundation (OOLF) in 1921 and the American Opera Society of Chicago (AOSC). With a color photograph of Freer tipped onto the front free endpaper. Private ownership marks to foreword page else near fine, very good plus overall. Quite scarce. OCLC 9000175, locating eleven copies. . Very Good. 1929. First Edition. (Inventory #: 15521)
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