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  Le Fabricant de Tricots 1933-1963: 30 Anniversaire [SIGNED BY JOACHIM STUTSCHEWSKY].  
  [Zirkel von Yiddishe Stricker - Fabrikant in Frankreich] [Cercle Amical des Fabricants de Tricots]  

Place of Publication Paris
Publication Name Cercle Amical des Fabricants de Tricots.
Year 1963
Language(s) French Yiddish
SIGNED BY JOACHIM-YEHOYACHIN STUTSCHEWSKY (1891-1982), a Ukraine-born Austrian and Israeli cellist, composer, and musicologist. After studies with Julius Klengel in Leipzig, Stutschewsky moved to Jena (where he founded the Jena String Quartet and served as the 1st cellist of the symphony orchestra), then to Switzerland, and finally to Vienna, where he and Rudolf Kolisch founded the Vienna String Quartet to perform both Schoenberg`s music and the classical string quartet repertoire in a manner that would take into account the principles of Schoenberg`s teaching. Schoenberg directed many rehearsals of this quartet. Numerous works were written for this quartet by preeminent composers such as Alban Berg, Anton Webern, Schoenberg, and Béla Bartók. This rare book in Yiddish is a 30th anniversary publication dedicated to Jewish knitwear manufacturers. Pages 270-334 in French. Includes numerous b&w photographs. 275x225mm. 334 pages. Light blue cloth Hardcover with a copy of a Chagall painting on front and rear cover, and spine. Gilt lettering on both covers and spine. Cover slightly stained. Cover corners and upper edge, and spine edges slightly bumped. Previous owner`s small stamp on title-page. Two small ex-library stamps on both contents pages. Binding slightly visible on front inner cover upper part. Page edges and whitepage yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This rare book, signed by a great German-Jewish musician, is in good condition.
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