Elegies Intimes

By: Tinayre, Yves (1891-1972)

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Book Condition: Good


154 pp. A limited edition of 100, printed in Stuttgart. In French. Thoughts, essays and journals of Tinayre, including elegies on Armand Marsick, Olin Downes, , as well as entires on Edgar Varese, Mozart, La Fontaine, education, painting, loyalty, fidelity , and much more. Tinayre was born in France and became a recitalist, fleeing to New York in 1939 where he recorded extensively for Decca, retiring in the 1950s. In 1942, the NY Times described him: Tinayre goes by the short descriptive of baritone, but he is a scholar, conductor, speaker and artist; he is, in short, a magnificent musician." With a gift inscription to the Rev. Davis Given, a well-known New York Episcopal priest. Brown paper covers with lighter brown paste-down title to front cover. Paste-down has old price sticker mark, spine a bit sunned, bottom of spine torn. Interior 2nd blank has inscription, otherwise clean and unmarked. Extraordinarily scarce -- World Cat locates 2 copies, both in the U.S.; Limited Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: Elegies Intimes

Author Name: Tinayre, Yves (1891-1972)

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Privately Printed: 1963

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 003203

Keywords: Elegies; Memoirs; Journals,