Les Cadets de Bourgogne et leurs chansons. Paul-Emile Cadilhac en guise de préface.

Paris; Dijon: ´Editions de l'Amitié G.-T. Rageot; A. Damidot Libraire-´Editeur, 1947.

Quarto in wrappers (26.3 x 19.5 cm.), 109 pages. Illustrated with woodcuts. FIRST EDITION. Number 1087 of 1900 examples on "papier vélin" from a total of 2500 copies. A charming and somewhat fanciful survey of the songs of the Cadets de Bourgogne, a folkloric choral singing group specialized in drinking songs of Burgundy. The group is linked to the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and often performs at their events at the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot, headquarters of the Chevaliers. Some offsetting to first and last leaves; clean and sound internally. In thick, rag wrappers, titled and decorated with a color woodcut. Near fine.

Price: $100.00