Berlin: Ahn & Simrock [PN B. 27], 1912.
Folio. Black leather-backed black cloth boards with original publisher's ivory wrappers printed in purple bound in. 1f. (title), 3-99,  (blank) pp.
Handstamp "B. 707" to title, handstamp of Hoftheater Dresden to p. 5 and rear endpaper, with withdrawn ("Ungültig") overstamp.
Binding slightly worn and rubbed; small paper label to head of spine. Occasional annotations in pencil.
Ernő Dohnányi's opera Tante Simona, composed to a libretto by Victor Heindl, premiered in Dresden at the Hoftheater on January 22, 1913.
"Next to Liszt he ranks as the most versatile Hungarian musician, whose influence reached generations in all spheres of musical life. He is considered the first architect of Hungary’s musical culture in the 20th century." Bálint Vázsonyi in Grove Music Online.
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