Pest: Lauffer & Stolp. [PN L.S. 1], .
Folio.  (decorative title), 2-7,  (blank) pp. Engraved.
Leaves detached; worn; edges somewhat frayed and soiled; moderate offsetting and light foxing throughout.
First Edition. Mona 2672. Rare (no copies located outside Hungary).
Thern formed an orchestra in Miskolc, when he was just 17, before moving to Pest to study. His incidental music garnered significant praise and he was made assistant conductor of the National Theatre in 1841. Thern's sons studied with Reinecke, Moscheles, and Liszt, then toured Europe in the 1860s performing two-piano recitals.
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