Del Tredici, David. Acrostic Song from “Final Alice.” New York: Boosey and Hawkes, 1984. Oct. 6068, plate number. 16 pages, 10 ½ inches. A musical score in open choral score format with piano accompaniment. A reproduced image of Alice Pleasance Liddell (Lewis Carroll) styled as a beggar girl on the front cover. This copy is Inscribed by the composer to the legendary conductor of the Santa Cecilia Chorus: “To David Randolph, with admiration, David Del Tredici 5/30/84.” Fine.
SIMON FRASER The Airs and Melodies Peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and The Isles, Communicated in an Original, Pleasing & Familiar Style, Having the Lively Airs Introduced as Medleys, to Form a Sequence to Each Slower Movement, With an Admired Plain Harmony for the Piano Forte, Harp, Organ or Violoncello, Intended rather to preserve Simplicity, than load with Embellishments; Edited by Capt S Fraser, Chiefly acquired during the Interesting Period from 1715 to 1745, through the Authentic Source narrated in the Accompanying Prospectus.