New York – 1967
Autor: ENGEL, Lehman
Estado sobrecubierta : Sobrecubierta no Incluida
Formato: Encuadernación de tapa dura
Edición: 1ª Edición
Formato: Formato en 4°
25.00 € IVA Incl.
4ºM apaisado, cartoné editorial ilustrado, lomo algo amarilleado, ligera fatiga. Fotografías en b/n. En la solapa: «As an art form the musical stage is entitled to serious consideration. The musical stage is pure theater. In essence, theater is poetry and the musical stage has the spontaneity of poetry. Thanks to Mr. Engels alertness and industry we now have a penetrating and comprehensive book that gives everything its proper name and makes enlightened judgments. After more than thirty years of break-in tours on the road and conducting night after night on Broadway, to say nothing of Writing music, conducting choirs and teaching, Mr. Engel knows more about the American musical theater than anyone else. He is enthralled by the beauty of its finest music. But he does not regard the dilemmas of show business as beneath his dignity’It is all here, including the hysteria of the preliminary tours in New Haven, Boston, and Philadelphia».