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Author Name    Fruttchey, Frank

Title   Delinquent Gods : A Commentary and Criticism of Present Day Standards of Music ; 2800 Pertinent Questions and 2800 Dependable Answers

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher   Detroit: Published by Author; 1917

Inscription   Signed by Author

Seller ID   5781

257 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Hardcover, dark red cloth, gilt lettering, 257 pages. Front endpaper inscribed and SIGNED by author. Laid in is bi-fold brochure with comments praising this book. ; 'An earnest attempt to rout moldy traditions and moss-grown prejudices' out of contemporary music, art, and human expression. Written in question-and-answer style. Authored by well-known Detroit organist and music theorist. ; Cloth worn at ends of spine, spine lettering dull but readable. Pgs a bit yellowed. Author flyer with self portrait pasted on front endpaper. Typed signed letter from author on rear endpaper presenting copy to Fenton Mathews of Marshall, Illinois. Pencil notes to first pg, otherwise interior clean. Binding tight. ; Music in America Series; Vol. 1

Price = 15.00 USD

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