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Concert Companion

This was a comprehensive guide to symphonic music, which isn’t of use to me personally. I haven’t been to the symphony since opera season started. Ok, I’ve never been to either and am not much interested for that matter. That’s not to say I don’t love music. I do. Quite a bit, too. I’m just WAY more lowbrow. The closest I got to classical is one of my all-time favorite bands, Camper Van Beethoven. That’s basically in name alone; musically it was actually at one of their shows and not from them. I think a band named The Ordinaires opened for them and for their finale, the stage went black before a lone spotlight shone on a cellist. He was playing this classical sounding solo and at its conclusion he paused briefly then started playing some familiar notes that sent me and the rest of the crowd into a frenzy. It was the opening of Led Zeppelin’s Kashmir! Classic!

This is a classy looking book safe befitting the symphony set, but you could also put your weed in it. That should bring it down to earth a bit. It’s in great shape too. Black cloth with gold and red on the spine and a branch/violin/clarinet graphic in gold on the front.

Published 1947

Compartment Size: 4″ x 6″ x 1 1/4″

Book Size: 6″ x 8 1/4″ x 1 1/2″

Weight1.4375 lbs
Dimensions9.4375 × 6.4375 × 2.1875 in


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