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Napoléon Coste: Composer
This book was first published in 2005 to accompany the celebrations which were held in Amondans, the village in France where Coste was born, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his birth there in 1805. The author is the curé of Amondans.
It is a charming little book, paperback format and 48 pages long. It outlines Coste's life and work and has many color photographs, especially of the area of Amondans in the Doubs in France. From the point of view of the historian it is interesting because it includes details of Coste's career not seen elsewhere, for example reviews of concerts in the "Courrier de Valenciennes" of the early 19th century.
Tecla has now republished this book, this time in both French and English (this is the English version).
It would make a delightful birthday or Christmas present for someone who is interested in the classical guitar.
48 pages, 5-3/4" x 8-1/8", paper
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