Wagner Nights: An American History

By: HOROWITZ, Joseph

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First printing. In this work, the author traces the powerful influence of Richard Wagner's music in America, and tells of his principal proponent, conductor Anton Seidl of New York. Includes a section of black and white photos. An entry in the publisher's California Studies in 19th-Century Music series. --- In red paper-covered boards backed in blue cloth, with red spine titling. Jacket bears an image of Brighton Beach on Coney Island on the front cover. --- A clean, sturdy, unmarked copy. Jacket with some creasing to flaps, otherwise undamaged.; Tall Octavo (9 to 10 in. tall); xiv, 389 pages

Title: Wagner Nights: An American History

Author Name: HOROWITZ, Joseph

Categories: >>American Society, Life in the US, >>American History & Politics, >>Music & Performing Arts,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press: 1994

ISBN Number: 0520083946

ISBN Number 13: 9780520083943

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Stock No.: 80146