The Wagner Quarterly, Vol 1; Issues 1-4: Wagner, Robert (ed.) The Wagner Quarterly, Vol 1; Issues 1-4: Wagner, Robert (ed.)

The Wagner Quarterly, Vol 1; Issues 1-4

Wagner, Robert (ed.)

Edité par The Richard Wagner Society, Inc., 1937
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First 4 Issues (1937-38)professionally bound, grey boards with Gilt title and decoration on spine. Issues number 1 and 4 are mimeographed 'zines, while the central numbers 2 & 3 are classic mags with stiff wraps. Item would be in Fine condition but for newspaper clipping laid between the 3rd & 4th issue leaving its acid discoloration on the facing pages. Articles by : Ernst Lert, Gertrude Wettergren, Hamilton Warren, Lee Simonson et al, including Wagner's grandson. N° de réf. du libraire dmA0020

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Titre : The Wagner Quarterly, Vol 1; Issues 1-4

Éditeur : The Richard Wagner Society, Inc.

Date d'édition : 1937

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre : Very Good

Edition : 1st Edition

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