VINTAGE LOT 9 Orchestral & Concerto Miniature Scores BONUS Novelty Record Jacket Без бренда

VINTAGE LOT 9 Orchestral & Concerto Miniature Scores BONUS Novelty Record Jacket Без бренда
Бренд: Без бренда
~ 2 916 ₽ 36.00 $


Ensemble Chamber or Symphonic Orchestra
Instrument Orchestral
Format Study Score
Year 1900-2000
Subgenre Concertos, Symphonies
Genre Classical
This lot features an assortment of 10 items from the estate of a deceased concert violinist. Some volumes are in like-new condition and most are unmarked; most have light to moderate signs of wear. The novelty puzzle is wrapped in the original plastic. Consists of 9 miniature study scores (assorted concertos and orchestral or symphonic works) and a novelty jigsaw puzzle (in original plastic) featuring a Deutsche Grammophon record cover of the Alban Berg opera "Lulu".

List of contents and their condition:

1) Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, Pro Art Publications. Signs of outer wear. Unmarked inside, besides the former owner's name handwritten on cover
2) Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, Pro Art Publications. Signs of outer wear but unmarked inside
3) Beethoven Symphony No. 1, Eulenberg. Signs of outer wear but unmarked inside
4) Mozart Symphony K350 in G, Norton Critical Scores featuring extensive prologue, analysis, and scholarly comments. Signs of wear to cover but unmarked inside
5) Vivaldi Four Seasons "Spring," Eulenberg. Unmarked
6) Vivaldi Four Seasons "Summer," Eulenberg. Unmarked
7) Vivaldi Four Seasons "Fall," Eulenberg. Unmarked
8) Vivaldi Four Seasons "Winter," Eulenberg. Unmarked
9) Webern Symphonie, Universal Edition. Light wear and light markings inside

BONUS!! Alban Berg's Lulu Novelty Jigsaw Puzzle featuring the Deutsche Grammophon record album cover of recording with Pierre Boulez, Orchestre de l'Opera de Paris, and Teresa Stratas. Shows signs of age and wear, but is in its original plastic.

Please see photos for additional info. Despite some of this music being available online for free, having a professionally printed and bound copy for posterity is always preferable (as opposed to printouts or photocopies).