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    [Sheet Music]. Rod McKuen. Group of Four Large Format Musical Scores, Including One in Manuscript with Hand Annotations by McKuen. Circa 1970 - 1976.
    Symphony No. 1 in Four Movements, All Men Love Something, manuscript in pencil with ink and pencil annotations. Other titles include: The City: Suite for Orchestra and Narration in Five Movements; The City: Suite for Orchestra and Narration, Movements III, IV and V; [and:] I Hear America Singing, Suite for Orchestra Soprano and Narrator Opus 43. Each measuring approximately 19 x 13.5 inches. Comb bound in printed card wrappers. Light rubbing and edgewear to extremities. Light toning scattered throughout. Overall very good. From the Estate of Rod McKuen.


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    12th Thursday
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