Pesten: Szerző [the Author], 1856.
Folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers.  (fine decorative title by Stéger dated 1856 featuring four musically-themed vignettes), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. "Technicus" to title, with "Technikus" to wrapper and head of first page of music.
Musicseller's handstamp and contemporary signature ("Antal E Zittritsch") to upper wrapper.
Wrappers splitting. Slightly trimmed; minor wear; slight show-through to first page of music.
First Edition, printed before the edition of Rózsavölgyi. Mona 2991. Rare (no copies located outside Hungary).
Windt was one of many composers who flourished in the nationalist spirit of the mid-19th century. His Emma csárdás (1858) acheived lasting fame as the basis for the Hungarian Dance No. 2 by Brahms.
A fine example of an Hungarian illustrated music title.
Price: $135.00 other currencies