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Title:
Visual symphony : photographic work in four movements
ISBN:
9780912383309

9780912383323
Publication Information:
New York : A. Van der Marck Editions, ©1986.
Physical Description:
126 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 37 cm
General Note:
Issued in case.
Contents:
First movement, Allegretto, the landscape -- Second movement, Adagio, ma non troppo, the Cathedrals of England -- Third movement, Scherzo, urban geometrics -- Fourth movement, Adagio, Andante, Allegro, Presto, the slit canyons.
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Library Journal Review

Oversized and richly printed in tritone, this book presents, in four carefully edited ``movements,'' classical photographs of the landscape, English cathedrals, urban architecture, and the Southwest's amazing slit canyons. In an introduction to each section, Birnbarum suggests musical corollaries for his subjects. His prose doesn't sing, but never mind; the photographs more than speak for themselves. Detailed technical information is included for the ambitious reader. Recommended. Suzanne Kotz, Publications Dept., Seattle Art Museum (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Library Journal Review

Oversized and richly printed in tritone, this book presents, in four carefully edited ``movements,'' classical photographs of the landscape, English cathedrals, urban architecture, and the Southwest's amazing slit canyons. In an introduction to each section, Birnbarum suggests musical corollaries for his subjects. His prose doesn't sing, but never mind; the photographs more than speak for themselves. Detailed technical information is included for the ambitious reader. Recommended. Suzanne Kotz, Publications Dept., Seattle Art Museum (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.