Autograph letters signed (17) and autograph postcards signed (7), dated : St. Tropez, Paris, Toulon, [and other places], 1920-1927, to Louise Alvar (one is to her husband, Charles Copeley Harding), 1920 Apr. 14.

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Durey, Louis, 1888-1979. Autograph letters signed (17) and autograph postcards signed (7), dated : St. Tropez, Paris, Toulon, [and other places], 1920-1927, to Louise Alvar (one is to her husband, Charles Copeley Harding), 1920 Apr. 14.

Autograph letters signed (17) and autograph postcards signed (7), dated : St. Tropez, Paris, Toulon, [and other places], 1920-1927, to Louise Alvar (one is to her husband, Charles Copeley Harding), 1920 Apr. 14.

Mostly of a social nature, accepting invitations, arranging travel and visiting plans, giving news of friends, family, and weather, saying he has finished his most important work--finally, he will no longer be called " 'l'auteur des Epigrammes de Théocrite'!"--, saying he has finished two Valéry songs, a sonatine for flute and piano, and begun a one-act drame lyrique on L'occasion (Mérimée), mentioning Bartók, Jean-Aubry, Ravel ("qui est si gentil et si simple"), Poulenc, Honegger, Roland-Manuel, Prunières [whose invitations Durey does not accept], [Stravinsky's] Sacre du printemps ("ce chef-d'oeuvre magnifique"), Berners, Evans, Kling, and others, etc.

24 items (49 p.) ; various sizes.

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