A Collection of 18 pieces of Yugoslavian nationalist partisan sheet music. SONGBOOKS, YUGOSLAVIA.

A Collection of 18 pieces of Yugoslavian nationalist partisan sheet music

V.p. 1946-1947. 18 volumes, all large quartos. Very Good to Fine. Includes titles from the songbook series "Partizanske Pjesme: (nos. 1-8, all located in the British Library only in OCLC) and "Nova Pjesma" (see nos. 10-16, uniformly bound in red pictorial wrappers; none located in OCLC).

1. Hercigonja, Nikola. Partizanska [with] Budi Se Istok I Zapad. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Second edition. Bifolium; grey pictorial upper cover.

2. Krnic, Boris. Eto Ide Omladina. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Second edition. Bifolium; brown pictorial upper cover.

3. Hercigonja, Nikola. Naša Pjesma [text in Cyrillic] Nasha Pesma. Ruski prevod S. Bolotina - Obradba G. Šneerson. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Bifolium; blue pictorial upper cover lettered in navy blue.

4. Saka , Branimir. Zdignete brati [with] N. Hercigonja. Selja ka. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Bifolium; orange pictorial upper cover lettered in brown.

5. Hercigonja, Nikola. Crveni Makovi. Obradio, Milan Majer; Rije i, Pavlek Miškina. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Second edition, bifolium; red pictorial upper cover. Text by Mihovel Pavlek Miškina, a poet, socialist supporter, and member of the Croatian Peasant Party, who had been executed in the Jasenovac concentration camp in 1942.

6. Apih, Milan. Bile anka. Obradio Nikola Hercigonja. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Second edition, bifolium; purple pictorial upper cover. Composed by Slovenian activist Apih during his second, 1940, imprisonment for his active membership in the illegal Communist Party of Yugoslavia.

7. a e, Ive. Nek Se uje Omladinska. Muzika: Natko Dev i . Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Bifolium; green pictorial upper cover.

8. Hercigonja, Nikola. Padaj Silo [with] Fran Lhotka. Oj Ilija! Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Hrvatske, 1946. Bifolium; brown pictorial upper cover.

9. Slavenski, Josip. Partizanske Narodne Pjesme [cover title]. [Imprint in Cyrillic] Beograd: "Rad," 1946. Original red pictorial staplebound wrappers; 12pp. At head of title, in Cyrillic: "Nasha Pesnya." Text almost entirely printed in Cyrillic. Not in OCLC.

10. Bombardelli, S. Oj Mosore. Zagreb: Izdanje Zemaljskog Odbora J. S. R. N. J. za Hrvatsku Kulturno, Prosvjetno Odjeljenje, 1946. Bifolium.

11. Lenjinov. Posmrtni [with] Bile anka. Zagreb: Izadnje..., 1947. Bifolium.

12. Hercigonja, N. Selja ka. Zagreb: Izadnje...1947. Bifolium.

13. Novikov, A. Živjela Crvena Armija. Zagreb: Izadnje...1946. 6pp. Sheet music for "Long Live the Red Army" by Anatoli Novikov, recipient of the Stalin Prize in 1946 and again in 1948 and later named a Hero of the Socialist Party in 1976.

14. Gotovac, J. Pjesme Obnove. 1. Na Rad; 2. Novi Grad; 3. Slava. Zagreb: Izadnje..., 1946. [6]pp.

15. Markovac, P. Protuletje (Medimurska Narodna) [with] H. Singer. Nasred Gore Romanije (Partizanska Narodna). Zagreb: Izdanje..., 1946. Bifolium.

16. Hercigonja, N. Naša Pjesma [with] I. Tijardovi . Oj Moravo. Zagreb: Izdanje..., 1946. Bifolium. The second song was composed by Ivo Tijardovi , member of the Unitary National Liberal Front and mayor of the Dalmatian city Split, where he led the underground resistence Yugoslav Partisans during the Italian occupation of World War II.

17. Bombardelli, Silvije. Šamac-Sarajevo (Šime Vu eti ) Omladinsko Kolo (Ive a e) [cover title]. Split: Izdanje K. U. D. "Ivan Lozica," 1947. Bifolium; printed in red and black.

18. Bombardelli, Silvije. Pjesma Mladih Graditelja (Grigor Vitez) [cover title]. Split: "Ivan Lozica," 1947. Bifolium; printed in red and black.

Price: $750.00

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