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Mayakovsky, Vladimir.
BANIA (The Bath).
Moscow: GIZ, 1930.
First edition. Text in Russian. Small 8vo, 78 pp. Satirical play. Constructivist cover by Aleksei Surikov. This was Mayakovsky's last (during his lifetime) book.

Item ID: 00001R

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Shterenberg, Padalka, Chekrygin, et al.) N. Romanov, V. Adaryukov and A. Sidorov
Exhibition Catalogue: KATALOG VYSTAVKI GRAVIURA S.S.S.R. ZA 10 LET ("USSR Engraving for 10 Years")
Moscow: GMII, 1927

Catalogue of a group exhibition. Forewords by N. Romanov, Vladimir Adariukov and Aleksey Sidorov.
Among the artists: Aleksandr Dovgal', Aleksey Kravchenko, Aleksey Shchusev, Alexander Shevchenko, Andrey Goncharov, Aristarkh Lentulov, Boris Kustodiev, David Shterenberg, Dmitry Mitrokhin, Georgy Echeistov, Ignaty Nivinsky, Ivan Padalko (Padalka), Konstantin Yuon, Kuz'ma Petrov-Vodkin, Leonid Pasternak, Lev Zhegin, Maria Kotliarevskaya, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Pavel Kusnetsov, Petr Miturich, Robert Falk, Sarra Shor, Sofya Nelepinskaya-Boichuk, Solomon Yudovin, Vasily Chekrygin, Vladimir Favorsky, Wassily Masjutin, et al.

Text in Russian. 4to (10" x 6-3/4"). Stapled. Frontispiece and 3 illustrations in text (woodcuts). Artists' years of birth and whereabouts. 1000 copies only. Missing covers.

An important catalogue, rare in any condition.
WorldCat shows only 8 copies worldwide.

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Item ID: 00002R

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EZHEGODNIK OBSHCHESTVA ARKHITEKTOROV-KHUDOZHNIKOV (The Year-Book of the Society of Architects-Artists) No. 14. First edition.
Leningrad: L.S.S.A., 1935.
Text (very little) in Russian, Table of contents and indexes in Russian and French. Hard cover. 12 x 10 in, 282 pp. Contents of more than 500 illustrations of architectural projects. Cover by Mark Kirnarskii. 3000 copies only. [One of 3 issues related to Constructivism. Participants: well-known architects such as Iofan (Palace of Soviets), etc. M. Kirnarsky (1893-1941?): graphic artist, book designer. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Exhibited: in 1923 (Petrograd) with Tatlin, Filonov, Chernikhov; in 1927 (Leipzig) with Al'tman, Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc.].

Item ID: 00003R

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K DESIATILETIIU SOVETSKOI VLASTI. (Production, Art, Industry and Commerce for 10 years of Soviet Power).
Leningrad: A.Kh. (Academy of Arts), 1927.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover. 13-1/2 x 10 in. XVIII, 640 pp. Illustrated (mostly photographs). Book decoration by E. Belukha. Photo of Lenin and Kalinin by M. Nappel'baum (first reproduction). Heavy volume with gilt emblem. [Kalinin, Mikhail (1875-1946): one of the top leaders of the Soviet State in 1020's - 1930's.]. Nappel'baum, Moisei (1869-1958): the famous Russian and Soviet photographer. Belukha [Nimich], Evgenii (1889-1943): well-known Soviet graphic artist. Lived in Leningrad. Book illustrations, porcelain, posters. Exhibited from 1918: in 1923 (Petrograd) with, I. Larionov, Tatlin, Filonov; in 1925 (Paris) with Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Popova, Rodchenko, Stenberg, Stepanova; in 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, etc.].

Item ID: 00004R

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Exhibition Catalog: 8 VYSTAVKA AKhRR (8th Exhibition of paintings and sculptures of AKhRR).
Moscow: AKhRR, 1926.
First edition. Guide-Catalog with 92 illustrations. Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 162 pp. Pictorial cover. In this important exhibition participated such previously avant-garde artists as F. Bogorodskii, R. Fal'k, A. Lentulov, A. Drevin, I. Mashkov ('Knave of Diamonds', etc.).

Item ID: 00006R

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Kapustin, A. & Mil'rud, A.
TRI GODA (Three Years).
(Moscow) - Leningrad: Partizdat, 1932.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 104 pp., photo illustrations. Constructivist cover, photomontage on the rear cover.

Item ID: 00008R

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Yarovoi, P., Loginov P.
LETCHIK (The Aviator). First Edition.
Moscow: GIZ, 1925.
Stories and poetry. Text in Russian. SC. 12mo, 50 pp., illustrated. Pictorial cover by V. Prokof'ev. [V. Prokof'ev: Graphic artist, City of Saratov and Moscow. Futurist book design. Exhibited in 1920 (Saratov) with Lavinsky and Yustitsky (head of Saratov Avant-garde school); in 1927 (Moscow) with known constructivist A. Safronova.]

Item ID: 00009R

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Kliun, Vyalov, Pimenov, Fa'k, et al.
Exhibition Catalog 1-YA GOSUDARSTVENNAYA PEREDVIZHNAYA VYSTAVKA KARTIN ("1st State Traveling Exhibition")
Moscow: Glavnauka, 1925

Catalogue of a group exhibition (OST, etc.).
Among the artists: Aleksandr Kuprin, Apollinary Vasnetsov, Boris Korolev, Ivan Klyun (abstract works), Ivan Kudriashov (abstract works), Konstantin Vialov, Konstantin Bogaevsky, Pavel Sokolov-Skalia, Robert Falk, Sergei Luchishkin, Sergey Maliutin, Yury Pimenov, et al.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Artists' addresses. 2000 copies only.

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WorldCat shows no copies worldwide.

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Item ID: 00010R

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Nitti, Francesco.
KAK FRANTSIIA GRABILA GERMANIIU (Tragedy of Europe Part two: How France Robbed Germany).
Moscow-Berlin, Mezhrabpom, 1924.
First in Russian. Text in Russian. SC. 12mo, 242 pp. Constructivist cover.

Item ID: 00011R

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Chernetsky, S.
VSTRECHNY MARSH ("Counter March [March-Response] of the Third Guards' Cavalry Corps"). Voices.
Moscow-Leningrad: Muzgiz, 1942.
In Russian. Folder with loose sheets of musical scores for each instrument separately. [Rare].
WorldCat shows no copies worldwide.

Item ID: 00012R

Price: $145.00

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Sheet Music MEZHDUNARODNYI GIMN ('International' Hymn).
Moscow: VTSIK, 1918.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 4 pp., Illustrated.

Item ID: 00014R

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Aleksandrov, A.]
Sheet Music GIMN SOVETSKOGO SOIUZA (Hymn of the Soviet Union).
Moscow: G.M.I., 1944.
Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 4 pp.. Ornamental cover.

Item ID: 00015R

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Arma, Paul.
Sheet Music PESNIA O TEL'MANE (Song about Thaelmann).
Leningrad: Triton, 1934.
Text in Russian and German. SC. Royal 8vo, 4 pp. Pictorial cover.

Item ID: 00016R

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Gusev V., Chekin I., Shtok I. (text). Roslavetz N. (music).
SBORNIK LETNIKH MATERIALOV… (Plays for clubs).
Moscow: 'Teakinopechat'', 1929.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 6-3/4' x 5'. 111, I pp. (pp. 90-111 music). Constructivist cover attributed To Boris Erdman. Music by the famous composer Roslavetz.

Item ID: 00017R

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ONI U NAS (Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in the U.S.S.R.). First Edition.
Moscow: Kinopechat', 1926.
Text in Russian. SC. 12mo, 32 pp., illustrated. Constructivist cover by Konstantin Vialov. [K. Vialov: 1900-1976. Well known Russian avant-garde painter and graphic artist. VKhUTEMAS, 'OST'. Exhibited in 1923 (Moscow) with Popova, Rodchenko, Exter; 1924 (Moscow) with Stenberg; 1925 (Paris) with Al'tman, Kandinsky, Maiakovskii, Stepanova; 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; 1930 (Moscow) with Malevich, etc.].

Item ID: 00018R

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Exhibition Catalog: 1-YA VYSTAVKA KARTIN PROFESSIONAL'NOGO SOYUZA KHUDOZHNIKOV ZHIVOPISTSEV V MOSKVE ("1st Exhibition of Paintings of the Professional Union of the Artists Painters in Moscow".)
Moscow, 1918.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artist including abstract works by Vesnin, Grishchenko, Pestel' Popova, Rodchenko, et al.

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YUNYI KHUDOZHNIK ("Young Artist"). Magazine. 1938 No. 11.
Moscow-(Leningrad): Detizdat, 1938.
Text in Russian. SC. 11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. 24 pp. Illustrations, Pictorial cover (A famous Efanov's 'Unforgettable Meeting' .). Design by Evgenii Goliakhovsky. [E. Goliakhovsky (1902-1971): Graphics and book illustrations. Exhibited from 1920.]

Item ID: 00021R

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Magazine: FIZKUL'TURA I SPORT (Physical Education and Sports) 1928 No. 32.
Moscow: O.V.S.F.K., 1928.
Text in Russian. SC. 12 x 9 in, 20 pp. Pictorial cover. Illustrated by photos: Cavalry, Soccer, Push-ball, Gymnastics (by [Mark Penson] - school of Rodchenko).

Item ID: 00022R

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Belyi A., Esenin S., Kamensky V., Pasternak B., et al.
IAV' (Reality). Poetry.
Moscow: Iav', 1919.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 10-1/2 x 7 in. 69 pp. (thick paper). Illustrated cover by A. Lentulov.

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Gnesina, Elena (1874-1967)
FORTEPIANNAYA AZBUKA ("Piano ABC"). Signed.
Moscow-Leningrag: GMI, 1943.
Text in Russian. Oblong (6-1/2 x 10) Stapled softcover. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by author. [Gnesina, Elena: a Russian Soviet composer from the famous Gnesin family of Russian Jewish musicians.]

Item ID: 00025R

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Altman, Nathan (Organized by).
Exhibition Catalog: KATALOG PERVOY GOSUDARSTVENNOY SVOBODNOY VYSTAVKI PROIZVEDENIY ISKUSSTVA ("Catalog of the 1st State Free Exhibition of Art Works".)
Petersburg: Art Palace (previously Zimny), 1919.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artist (Benua, Bilibin, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzinsky, etc.) including abstract works by Altman, Matiushin, Mayakovsky, Puni (Pougny), Filonov, Chagall, etc.)

Item ID: 00026R

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Dityakin V., Dul'sky P., et. al. (Articles).
Exhibition Catalog: 1-YA GOSUDARSTVENNAYA VYSTAVKA ISKUSSTVA I NAUKI V KAZANI ("1st State Exhibition of Art and Science in Kazan'".)
Kazan': 1st State Typography, 1920.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 6-1/4 x 4-1/2. Engraving on cover. Exhibited works of many known artist (Bakst, Benua, Dobuzinsky, etc.) including abstract works by Vesnin, Goncharova, Grishchenko, Le Dantu, Popova, Rodchenko, Rozanova, et al.

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Sheet Music CHANG (Fox-trot).
Rostov: Muzpred, c. 1922.
Repertoire of Valentin Parnakh: Jazz-Band. SC. 14 x 10 in., 3 pp. Illustrated cover (cubism). ].

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Miliutin, Yuri.
Sheet Music GARRY V BARE (Foxtrot No. 1: Harry in the Bar.)
Moscow: Published by the author, 1924.
Eccentric dances: choreography by K. Goleizovskii. SC, 13 x 10 in, 4 pp. Constructivist cover by [Boris Erdman].

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KNIZHKA SPRAVOK (Handbook of the Citizen of the Soviet Village).
Moscow: Moskovsky Rabochii, 1923.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover. 8vo. 339 pp. Illustrated and illustrated cover in a style reminding folk 'luboks' and depicting peasants reading this book at their leisure. Information for all occasions, from pigs to sending a parcel.

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VSESOIUZNAIA SEL'CKOKHOZIAISTVENNAIA VYSTAVKA (All-Union Agriculture Exhibition 1941. Guide.)
Moscow: OGIZ-Sel'khozGIZ, 1941.
Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 160 pp, hundreds of photographs, folded map. Pictorial cover. Book design by Nikolai Troshin.

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VSESOIUZNYI PARAD FIZKULTURNIKOV (Gymnastics Parade on the Red Square on August 12, 1945).
[Moscow, 1945].
Text (almost none) in Russian. Hard cover. 11-1/4 x 9-1/2 in. 60 unnumbered pages, all color photographs. Color photograph albums were pretty novelty for Russia at that time.

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RASSKAZY STROITELEI METRO (Stories of the Subway Constructors. History of the Moscow subway).
Moscow: I.F.Z., 1935.
First edition. Text in Russian. Half-leather. 10-1/4 x 7 in.. 452 pp. Plates, woodcuts, plenty of photo-illustrations. Book design: N. Mashkovtsev et al. Typical 'Stalinist style' book, but some photographs are still close to avant-garde style.

Item ID: 00038R

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Brik O, Shklovsky V., Tret'akov S., et al.
LITERATURA FAKTA (Literature of Facts). 1st collection of LEF.
Moscow: Federatsia, 1929.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover. 8vo, 272 pp. Constructivist design of the boards attributed to Rodchenko.

Item ID: 00039R

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Mayakovsky, Vladimir.
MAYAKOVSKY IZDEVAETSIA (Mayakovsky is Mocking). 1st Book of Satire. M.A.F.:Moscow (in the future: International) Association of Futurists. Book 3.
Moscow: VKhUTEMAS, 1922.
Text in Russian. 2nd edition. SC. 6-3/4 x 4-1/4 in, 48 pp. Constructivist cover.

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Magazine: RADIANS'KYI TEATR (The Soviet Theater) 1929 No. 1.
Kharkov: Proletar, 1929.
Text in Ukrainian. SC, 9-1/2 x 7 in. 64 pp. Illustrated. Constructivist cover and design by Vassily Ermilov.

Item ID: 00041R

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Tchaikovsky P.
Sheet Music PESENKA SHKOL'NOGO UCHITEL'A (School Teacher's Song from Cherevychki').
Moscow: Muzsektor Gosizdata, 1930.
Text in Russian. SC. 7 x 5 in, 4 pp. Bright constructivist cover with the composer's portrait.

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Charentz, Egishe.
STRANA NAIRI (The Country Nairi).
Moscow: Sovetskaia Literatura, 1933.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover in DJ. 8 x 5-1/2 in. 228 pp. Illustrations and DJ by Martiros Saryan.

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Exter, Alexandra) Aksenov, Innokenty.
PIKASSO I OKRESTNOSTI (Picasso and Neighborhoods).
Moscow: Tsentrifuga, 1917.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC, 10-1/2 x 8 in. 64, VIII pp. Plates, illustrations (12 mezzotints). Cover by Alexandra Exter. [Futurist author, artist and publishing house. Probably, the first Russian book about Picasso. [Exter, Alexandra (1882-1949): the famous Ukrainian émigré avant-garde artist. Lived in Kiev, Moscow and Paris.]

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Bedny, Demyan (Text by).
Sheet Music KOMMUNISTICHESKAYA MARSELIEZA ("The Communist Marseillaise").
Moscow: VTSIK, 1918.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 4 pp., Illustrated.

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Gan, Alexei.
KONSTRUKTIVIZM (Constructivism).
Tver', 1922.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 9-1/4 x 8 in. 70 pp. Constructivist design and cover by A. Gan.

Item ID: 00050R

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Exhibition Catalog: VYSTAVKA UKRAINSKOGO NARODNOGO ISKUSSTVA (Exhibition of Ukrainian Folk Art. The Brief Guide). First Edition.
Moscow - Kharkov: Mystetstvo, 1936.
Text in Russian. SC, 12mo. 40 pp., 15 plates. Pictorial cover: woodcut by K. Kozlovsky. [In this pure 'Stalinist' period of Russian art the craftsmen were still using designs made by Ukrainian formerly avant-garde artists (school of Boichuk) Ivan Padalka and Vasyl' Sedliar. Konstantin Kozlovsky: Ukrainian artist, exhibited from 1930].

Item ID: 00051R

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Kropotkin, Piotr.
Leaflet (Mini-Poster): K RUSSKIM GRAZHDANAM! (To Russian Citizens!).
Moscow: Svobodnaia Sovest', [1917].
Text in Russian. 11 x 8-1/2 in. Appeal to defend Petrograd (former Sankt-Petersburg) from Germans.

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Sheet Music POKHORONNY MARSH I 'SMELO, TOVARISHCHI, V NOGU..." ("The Funeral March & "Be Brave, Comrads...").
Moscow: VTSIK, 1918.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 4 pp., Illustrated.

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Troshin N., Deineko O.]
Proof (sample print) of the cover for the children's book CHTO KAK SDELANO (How It Was Made).
Moscow: Posrednik, 1931.
Text in Russian. SC. Book size: 8-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. (actual size of the proof of both covers: 8-1/2 x 13 in.). Cover with constructivist elements [by N. Troshin and O. Deineko]. Light foxing, otherwise FINE. [Troshin, Nikolai (1897-199?): Well-known designer of posters, books and exhibitions. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Was Lissitzky's co-author in poster design. Exhibited from 1918 (Riazan') with Pasternak; in 1931 (Paris) with Al'tman, Klutsis, Lebedev, Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, Stepanova, Telingater, etc. Was the chief artist of the magazine "USSR in Construction". Deineko, Ol'ga (1897-1970): Wife and co-author of N. Troshin. Poster artist, book designer. She also studied in VkhUTEMAS and worked in the magazine "USSR in Construction". Exhibited in 1934 (Moscow) with Klutsis; in 1937 (Moscow) with Kliun, Lentulov, Udal'tsova, etc.]

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Gozzi, Carlo.
PRINTZESSA TURANDOT (Princess Turandot).
Moscow - (Petrograd): GIZ, [1923].
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 13 x 10 in. 223 pp. Illustrations throughout, many plates (b/w and in color). Constructivist stage design, illustrations and cover by I. Nivinsky. Covers and spine restored. [Nivinsky, Ignaty (1881-1933); well -known Russian and Soviet graphic and theater artist. Posters, agitprop. 'World of Art', '4 Arts', etc. Worked with A. Exter. Artist-in-chief of propaganda trains. Cubism, constructivism. Exhibited from 1913; in 1929 (New York) with Al'tman, Lissitzky, Tatlin; in 1930 (Berlin) with Malevich; in 1932 (Konigsberg) with Rodchenko, Stepanova; in 1929 (Amsterdam) with Klutsis, etc.]

Item ID: 00057R

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Grigoriev, Boris, et al.
RASEIA (Russia).
St-Petersburg: Yasnyi, 1918.
First edition. Text in Russian. 750 copies (700 + L). This is copy No. V. 13 x 10 in. 43 pp., 16 b/w double-sided and one color plates.

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Musorgsky, Modest.Sheet Music; Golenishchev-Kutuzov.
Sheet Music POLKOVODETZ (The Military Leader). Edited by N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Arrangement for mixed choir by L. Shokhin. Score.
Moscow: G.I.M.S., 1929.
Text in Russian. SC, 10-1/2 x 7 in. 11, I pp. Constructivist cover by G. B[ondarenko]. [Musorgsky, Modest (1839-1881): the famous Russian composer. One of the greatest composers of 19th Century. Golenishchev-Kutuzov, Arsenii (1848-1913): Prince, Russian poet. Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908): One of the greatest Russian composers. Grigory Bondarenko (1892-1969): one of four major designers for Russian (Soviet) sheet music. Studied in VKhUTEIN (Leningrad) from Petrov-Vodkin. Lived in Ukraine. Exhibited from 1929 (Kharkov) with Ermilov, Narbut, etc.]

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Davidenko, A.
Sheet Music DVE PESNI RABOCHIKH ZAPADA (Two Songs of the Western Workers. For one-voice choir or voice and piano.) 1. March of Unemployed (Text by A. Hidas). 2. March of Rebellions [Spanish War] (Text by A. Surkov).
Moscow: G.M.I., 1933.
Text in Russian. SC. 10-3/4 x 7 in.10 pp. [Davidenko, Alexandr (1899-1934): well-known Soviet composer. Civil War participant. Studied under Glier. Author of many popular patriotic songs, especially about Revolution and Civil War. Hidas Antal (1899-19??): Hungarian writer and revolutionary. Surkov, Alexei (1899-19??): Russian Soviet poet. Wrote also texts for patriotic songs, WWII songs in particular.]

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Tchaikovsky, Piotr
Sheet Music SOLOVUSHKO (The Nightingale. For mixed choir and piano. Score).
Leningrad, Muzgiz, 1937.
Text in Russian. SC. 8vo. 5 pp. Illustrated cover.

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Stalin.
ITOGI PERVOI PIATILETKI (Results of the Fist 5-Year Plan).
Moscow, Partizdat, 1933.
First edition. Text in Russian. Cloth, slipcase. 14 x 10-1/2 in. 117 pp. thick paper. Many full-size well-done illustrations in the style of Soviet 1920's - 1930's. Illustrations and design by B. Titov. Gorgeous volume in scarlet cloth. Pompous edition.

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Bedny, Demyan; Yury Alexandrov.
Sheet Music ITALIANSKY RABOCHY GIMN ("The Italian Workers' Hymn").
Moscow: GIZ, 1919.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 8 pp., Illustrated cover.

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SLOVAR' RUSSKO-LAMUTSKY I RUSSKO-KORIAKSKY (Russian-Lamut and Russian-Koriak Dictionary).
Petropavlovsk-on- Kamchatka: K.I.K., 1926.
First edition. SC. 4-1/2 x 3-1/2 in. 57 pp.

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Zybkovetz, V.
POCHEMU ESHCHE VERIAT V BOGA (Why They Still Trust in God).
(Moscow)-Leningrad: Molodaia Gvardiia, 1930.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 5-3/4 x 4-1/2 in. 32 pp. Pictorial cover with constructivist elements. [Anti-religious propaganda].

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