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Young Outs vs. The Establishment Death of a Canyon The Robert Murrays Ski Racing Audio: Works by Alexander Scriabin Scriabin Again and Again


Seven unnumbered items; no advertisements. Designed by Frank Kirk, with Tony Angotti. Published 1966 by Roaring Fork Press, NYC.



Box. White hinged box, 9-1/2 by 12-1/2 by 3/4 inches. Contains the following six pieces.



Scriabin: Again and Again. Faubion Bowers on the work and life of Russian composer Alexander Scriabin.



Phonograph recording. Works by Alexander Scriabin, performed by Daniel Kunin. Recorded by Aspen Magazine March 23, 1966, at Steinway Hall.



Side A

Prelude E Major, Op. 11, No. 9

Prelude G Flat Major, Op. 11, No. 13

Prelude D Flat Major, Op. 11, No. 15

Tenth Sonata

Side B

Continuation of Tenth Sonata



Ski Racing: Edging the Possible. Martin Luray on the mystique of downhill skiing.



The Robert Murrays. A visit with the residents of a simple, site-friendly mountain home, by Pegggy Clifford.



Farewell to a Canyon. The demise of Glenwood Canyon, documented by an anonymous author.



The Young Outs vs. The Establishment. Seventeen excerpts from papers presented at the Aspen Film Conference.



Film: The Andromeda
of the Arts

Lionel Trilling

If We Have to Bury You

Stanley Hirsin

Advice from Abby

Abby Mann

Crossroads: To Mold the Higher Taste or Pander to the Lowest

Norman Corwin

The View from
the Front Office

Robert Blumofe

The Role of the Audience

James Blue

Renascence in a
Youthful Medium

Arthur Knight

It's Not What You Put In,
It's What You Leave Out

John Burchard

The Old Question

David T. Bazelton

The Task of All of Us

Robert Osborn

The Maysles Method

Albert and David Maysles

How Do You Say
"I Love You"

Jean Renoir

It's Not All Bright Lights
and Fan Clubs

Caroll Baker

Feeling Guilty at Times

Eva Marie-Saint

Rx — Go See a Film

Dr. Karl Meninger

One Needs a Poet

Jack Garfein

The Frontiers of Film

Richard Dyer MacCann




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