Bryn Mawr: Theodore Presser [PN 411-41025-46], 1968. Folio. Original publisher's green decorative wrappers printed in white and fuchsia. [i] (title), ii (note), [iii] (notes on first performance and synopsis), [iv] (blank), v (characters and instrumentation), [vi] (blank), 46 pp.
Small price label to upper wrapper, minor staining to lower.
"A prolific composer by the age of 15, [Pasatieri] studied with Boulanger before entering the Juilliard School of Music, where his composition teachers included Vittorio Giannini. At 19 he received the first doctorate awarded by the school... Primarily interested in composing for the voice, Pasatieri wrote two operas in 1964, Flowers of Ice and The Trysting Place. His first opera to be staged was The Women (1965), performed at Aspen, Colorado, where he was a pupil of Milhaud. Its success convinced him that opera was his natural medium." Elise Kirk in Grove Music Online. Item #27502
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