Iphigenia, Baroness of Styne : a story of the "divine impatience" : an approximate autobiography / by Frederic Horace Clark.

; Gibbons, James, 1834-1921 former owner
[London] : Pure Music Soceity, 1896.

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Other Title Religion and romance of a pianist's life
Iphigenia von Styne
Other Authors Gibbons, James, 1834-1921
Subjects Clark, Anna Steiniger, b. 1848.
Musical fiction.
Description ii, 460 p. port., fold. pl. (music) 2 fac. ; 21 cm.
Notes Cover-titles: "The religion and romance of a pianist's life" and "Iphigenia von Styna".
"Private edition of 500 copies printed ... for the Pure music society."
A novel, drawn in part from the life of the author's wife, a pianist, born Anna Steiniger (whose "autobiography", under the name of Iphigenia von Styne, it purports to be) and from his own life. He refers to himself under the pseudonym Leo St. Damian.
CUA Libraries' Rare Books copy is inscribed to J. Cardinal Gibbons from the author.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03920795
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