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Warren Chappell Wrap up

By Winterthorn
WARREN CHAPPELL WRAP UPAS PROMISED IN MY LAST POST, I have now posted illustrations from the four remaining Warren Chappell music books on my Flickr. The true masterpiece is Peter and the Wolf, which I have posted in full. It is unclear whether the text for the book was written by Serge Prokofieff himself, although it seems doubtful. It does sport an introduction by Prokofieff's United States Agent Serge Koussevitzky. If you click into any of the links in this post, click into Peter and the Wolf. It really is superb.
To see all of the full page illustrations and some spot illustrations and adornments for the other titles in the series see: Hansel and Gretel, The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, and Coppelia. See also, my original post on John Updike's titles in the series. Enjoy.
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