Phi-Phi, Operette en Trois Actes - inscribed by Christiné to Edmond Roze, the metteur en scene of the original production. Albert Willemetz, F. Sollar, Henri Christiné.
Phi-Phi, Operette en Trois Actes - inscribed by Christiné to Edmond Roze, the metteur en scene of the original production
Phi-Phi, Operette en Trois Actes - inscribed by Christiné to Edmond Roze, the metteur en scene of the original production

Phi-Phi, Operette en Trois Actes - inscribed by Christiné to Edmond Roze, the metteur en scene of the original production

Paris: Francis Salabert, C. 1919. Paperback. Published 1919, quarto, wraps, inscribed by Christiné to Edmond Roze, who is listed as the metteur en scene of the original production. Very good, pages tanning. Phi-Phi was the composer's first great success, opening on Armistice Day, 1918 and playing for three years straight. Christiné was considered one of the two or three composers of a new fashion in French music theatre that emphasized wit and jazziness. 144 pp, music and lyrics. Very Good. Item #H3891

Price: $200.00

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