"Wagner," "Verdi," and More Books on Opera and Classical Music History
|Title and Author/Editor||Verdi: The Man and His Music (Paul Hume), Letters of Giuseppe Verdi (Edited and translated by Charles Osborne), The Simon and Schuster Book of the Opera , Wagner: A Documentary Study (Edited by Herbert Barth, Dietrich Mack, and Egon Voss), Puccini: The Man and His Music (William Weaver), Bernstein Remembered (Edited by Jane Fluegel), Wagner: The Man and His Music (John Culshaw), Verdi: A Documentary Study (Edited by William Weaver), Callas: The Art and the Life (John Ardoin), Opera (Edited by Rudolf Hartmann), Lyric Opera of Chicago (Claudia Cassidy), Grandissimo Pavarotti (Martin Mayer), The Metropolitan Opera (Irving Kolodin), La Scala (Giorgio Lotti and Raul Radice)|
|Genre||History, Music, Film, TV and Performing Arts, Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, Diaries, Journals and Letters|
|Binding||Slipcase, Cloth on board, Paper over boards|
|Publisher||Alfred A. Knopf, Thames & Hudson, William Morrow & Company, Simon & Schuster, Doubleday|
|Publication Year||1974, 1986, 1967, 1971, 1977, 1975, 1991, 1978|
|Period||Mid to Late 20th Century, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||New York, London|
|Edition Statement||First Edition|
|Number of Books||14|
|Additional Notes||Letters of Guiseppe Verdi, Verdi: The Man and His Music, Wagner: The Man and His Music, Callas, Grandissimo Pavarotti, La Scala, and The Simon and Schuster Book of the Opera are first editions.|
- conditions vary; generally tight bindings; some loose hinges; page toning; bowing; slight scuffs, wear, and tears to boards and dust jackets.
- measures Lyric Opera of Chicago.