London , 1922-1925: Samuel French. Quarto. Item #019303
Complete in 20 vols. Library deaccession. All in original wrappers, some toning to edges of a few with noted defects of each within list. Many of Shakespeare's plays called for songs or music. Antony and Cleopatra included the music for a drinking song, the witches scene in Macbeth was set to music, as were parts of Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night and others. The following is a complete library of music that may have been used in the plays of Shakespeare. A complete set of these musical scores are quite scarce. Macbeth: nd(ca.1925), 24pp. Much Ado About Nothing: nd(ca.1924), 26pp. A Midsummer Nights Dream: 1923, 89pp. Cymbeline: 1925, 13pp, wrapper with some chipping, spine with old tape mends. The Merchant of Venice: 1922, 24pp. Henry IV, Part II: 1925, 10pp. stapled As You Like It: nd(ca.1925) 27pp. Love’s Labour’s Lost:1925. 21pp., light chipping to corners and edge of front wrapper King Lear: 1925,13pp. light chipping to edge of front wrapper, old tape mend to spine. Antony and Cleopatra: 1925, 13pp. A couple of chips and closed tears to bottom edges. Two Gentlemen of Verona: 1925, 9pp. Othello: 1924, 10pp. lacks rear wrapper The Winter’s Tale: 1925, 17pp. Hamlet:1922, 7pp. lacks rear wrapper Romeo and Juliet: 1925, 7pp. Lacks rear wrapper, stapled Twelfth Night: 1922, 17pp.stapled Henry the Eighth: 1925, 12pp. lacks rear wrapper The Tempest: 1924, 33pp. Spiral bound. Measure for Measure: 1925, 7pp. The Merry Wives of Windsor:1924, 11pp.