Budapest: Preszler Mihály, 1937.
Folio. Stapled. Original wrappers with decorative title illustrated by E. Cservenka. 3,  (catalog of works) pp. + Violin part (verso of one leaf). Arranged by Imre Bocskai for violin and piano.
With an autograph inscription in ink to title, signed and dated Budapest, March 9, 1940: "Zsidek Béla Barátomnak igaz szeretettel és hálas köszönettel" (To my dear fried Béla Zsidek, with love and sincere gratitude).
TINKOVAI, M.G. A Hegedű. Budapest: Cantate [C. 9], 1939.  pp. Lithographed. Decorative color title with reproduction of photograph of Albert holding violin. 1 page. For voice and piano. Text in Hungarian.
Signed and inscribed to Zsidek as above.
Wrappers slightly browned and soiled; very minor rust stain from staples.
Rare (no copies located).
Hungarian composer and violinist Ferenc Albert (Franz/Franćois d'Albert) was a popular performer and composer during the interwar period in Budapest. He left Hungary following the war, taught in Ireland for several years, and eventually settled in Chicago, where he became a prominent figure. He served as president of the Chicago Conservatory College from 1959 to 1980 and worked to promote the pedagogical methods of Zoltán Kodály.
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