Roberto Caamano, La historia del Teatro Colon: 1908-1968 (3 vols., Buenos Aires: Editorial Cinetea, 1969), pp. 493, ; 615, ; 503, . 4to. Publisher’s green cloth binding with brown printed titling and gilt ornamentation to spines and front boards. Numerous illustrations in b/w and colour of the theatre, costume and set designs, performances, performers and other figures who were important in the theatre’s history. The binding is slightly bumped and the hinges a little tender, some browning to pages. The Teatro Colon (Columbus Theatre) is the main opera house in Buenos Aires. Acoustically it is ranked among the five best opera houses in the world. This book charts its illustrious history from the completion of its construction in 1908 to 1968. Text in Spanish.
Caamano, Roberto, La historia del Teatro Colon: 1908-1968, Editorial Cinetea, 1969
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