Music and Dance
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Beecham, (Sir) Thomas – Frederick DeliusItem
(London, Hutchinson, 1959) Pictorial dustwrapper very lightly marked original green cloth pp. 228 frontispiece portrait plates. ‘The names of Delius and Sir Thomas Beecham are linked in a maner unique in the history of music. It is not merely that much of the work of Delius would not have secured recognition had not Sir Thomas […]
Bender, Anna – Vir die Musiekleier. ‘n Handleiding tot MusiekwaarderingItem
(Pretoria: Unie-Boekhandel, 1949) 4to; original green cloth lettered in black on spine and upper cover; line drawings of musical instruments; portraits of composers opera singers and instrumentalists. Trace of fishmothing to cloth; spine a little cocked; front free endpaper removed. Good condition. Afrikaans text. A useful inspirational introduction to classical music.
Beukes, Alec (compiler) – CAPAB Ballet 21 Years / KRUIK-Ballet 21 jaar 1963-1984Item
(Cape Town: Cape Performing Arts Board Ballet Company, 1984) 305 x 216 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. 80; photographs. Wrappers a little rubbed and creased; bump to tail of spine. Good condition. Text in English and Afrikaans.
Grove, (Sir) George (editor) – A dictionary of music and musicians (A.D. 1450 – 1889) by eminent writers, English and foreign.Item
(London, Macmillan & Co., 1896, 1894, 1894, 1895) With illustrations and woodcuts … with appendix edited by J.A. Fuller Maitland M.A.; and index by Mrs. Edmond Wodehouse. In four volumes. Four volumes original brown cloth gilt-lettered on spines light wear to the cloth pp. viii + 768; pp. vii + 769; pp. vii + 768; […]
Renier, Michael – Sing, sing en droom, droom deur die leweItem
(Fort Beaufort: Martello Media, 2005) 200 x 144 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (vi) + ii + 181 incl. index; illustrations in colour and monochrome. A little rubbed with scuffs to upper cover and tail of spine; thermoplastic binding parting from lower cover. Good condition. Michael Renier gebore Suid-Afrikaner het die kruin van die operawêreld in […]
Sheet music – A Sotho lament (No. 1 of three African idylls); words written and music composed by Percival R. Kirby. Price 1/6Item
(Johannesburg, University of Witwatersrand Press, 1939) Quarto pp. 7. Very slight soiling.
Sheet music – Die ossewa. Woorde en musiek deur Jan SwartItem
(Durban, Jan Swart (?), no date, circa 193-) Quarto pp. (3) cyclostyled.
Sheet music – Fantaisie impromptu sur un thème de C.F. van Rees pour piano, 2ms, par Johannes Leyds; Op. 3 b & c. …Item
(Johannesburg, Pretoria, Amsterdam, J.H. de Bussy, no date, circa 1910?) Folio pp. (7) Very light soiling and foxing. ‘Printed as Manuscript. Old Transvaal volkslied as a funeral march. Old Transvaal volkslied as a waltz with introduction.’
Sheet music – Johannes Leyds. Op. 6. English version. roundelay: The birks of Aberfeldy.Item
(Johannesburg, Pretoria, Amsterdam, J.H. de Bussy; Cape Town, Van de Sandt de Villiers Printing Company Limited, no date, circa 1910?) (Bonnie Lassie” etc.) Words by Rob. Burns. Music by Johannes Leyds. 2 or more voices. and pianoforte. Folio pp. (7). Light soiling and foxing corners a little curled or chipped.”
Sheet music – Prayer of the African peopleItem
(Johannesburg, The Argus Company, no date, 1914) Words by John Mc.Cormick; Music by W. Deane F.R.C.O. The whole of the proceeds of the sale of this production will be devoted to the Governor-General’s Fund. Owner’s inscription dated 28th September 1914.
Sheet music – The S.A.C.” Song with chorus. Words by the Revd. Dr. Kolbe. Music by Dr. J.H. Meiring Beck.”Item
(Cape Town, 2nd edition, 1903) Dedicated to all past present and future students of the South African College. A little torn but without loss.
Sheet music – Vegkop; woorde van / words by Totius; musiek deur / music by Sydney Richfield.Item
(Cape Town, Die Burger Boekhandel, no date, circa 1930?) Verkrygbaar by: / Sold by: Die Burger Boekhandel; Keeromstraat; Kaapstad. Quarto pp. (5) printed in sepia ink. ‘Opgedra aan / dedicated to Mevr. / Mrs. S.P.E. Boshoff.’ Lyrics in Afrikaans and English. Horrible lines such as: ‘Black lie the kaffirrs their pride is brought low Massed […]