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  1.   The Meaning of Musical History : The Philip Maurice Deneke Lecture Delivered at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford on 21 November 1945
Westrup, J. A. Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press 1946 Booklet Good Book 
Small booklet. Sewn binding. The bottom of the pages and cover has a bit of crease / wrinkle (looks like a previous owner has held it with a wet thumb!). The mark doesn't detract from the text - perfectly acceptable reading copy of this scarce lecture. Small ink mark on front cover.32pp. 16.5cm. x 10cm. 100877 
Price: 5.50 GBP

     
 

 



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