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8vo - 24 x 19 cm.; 31 -  pp. Off-white linen over thin boards with black lettering on spine and a black musical symbol on the front board. This is the third edition. Originally the country house of the Skarbek family, Zelazowa Wola, is now considered the cradle, in more than the literal interpretation for the family moved to Warsaw shortly after the composer's birth, of Frederic Chopin and has been extensively restored The 31 numbered pages consist of an introduction in Polish, English, French, Spanish, German, Russian (Cyrillic) by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz. The remaining 75 pages (unpaginated) consist of numbered plates in black and white (a visual testament to Chopin that is quite stunning) with a fold out multi-lingual legend at the back. Very slight shelf wear to the book while the dust jacket is mildly shelf worn and lightly soiled.
Title: Zelazowa Wola. Wydanie III (Third edition).
Categories: Poland - Art,
Publisher: Warsaw, Poland., Sport I Turystyka: 1970
Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 17490
Keywords: Poland Polish Culture Frederic Chopin Music Photography Skarbek Mazovian River Bzura