New York: Henry Holt and Company, (1951). First Edition. Hardcover. Very good +/very good. 8vo. Black boards in original printed dust jacket. Very good plus in a very good DJ. Touches of edgewear to jacket, small chips, mild soil. Minimal wear to boards. Interior with expected toning, but bright and clean overall. Good and sound. 214pp.
Discussion of the high points of contemporary classical music during the years 1947-1950, written by a longtime music critic at the New York Herald Tribune (and a composer in his own right). (Inventory #: 18308)
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