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« on: May 28, 2014, 06:26:52 PM »

Yes, that is the actual title of the work. Looking for leads on where I can purchase (i.e. used/vintage out of print ) volumes i and ii of this three volume fun set of pieces (19 in total). I have volume three, but the first two thirds of the set are a bit of a bugger to find (I may end up just doing ILL but if I can have my own original hard copies, I prefer that to add to my single 3rd vol in my collection).

Previn did a wonderful recording of these, which I listen to and highly recommend, they are such fun!!:


Volume One   -
Five Songs Without Mendelssohn:
Whistling Boy on Horseback
The Same Boy, Five Years Later , in Paris
My Neighbor Studies Voice
My Father Plays Pizzicato
An Aimless Walk in the Woods

Volume Two -
Six Technical Studies(Which Will Teach You Nothing)
Prelude
Melody for the Left Hand
Melody for the Right Hand
Minor Seconds
Safe on Third
In Fifth Form

(I have this one);
Volume Three -
Eight Studies in Musicology(Which Will Teach You a Great Deal) -
Mozart Without One Mistake
How to Handel a Bach Violin Solo
How to be a Soviet Composer
The Piano in the Distance Playing Chopin
Shostakovich's Vacation on a Collective Farm
Liszt, My Children(And You Shall Hear an Enharmonic Change)
Aaron Copland Shakes Hands With Abe Lincoln
Tchaikowsky's Last Waltz
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2014, 11:29:26 AM »

They're in the Teo Macero collection of the NY public library, and from time to time on e-bay.

Other library leads on WorldCat.
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« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2014, 01:04:42 PM »

They're in the Teo Macero collection of the NY public library, and from time to time on e-bay.

Other library leads on WorldCat.
thank you  Wink
yes i am beginning to think ILL like i mentioned in the post is probably my best shot, too bad actually purchasing my own copies is proving to be so difficult, but at least  i am not empty handed, i do have part of  them, will keep looking, but thanks again.

anyone else with a lead on purchase?   Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2016, 01:33:59 PM »

BUMP
still looking for any promising leads on volumes i and ii, not been able to wrangle anything in past two years, any info would be most appreciated.
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