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TRADITIO periodically offers for sale used traditional Catholic books and compact discs that are typically hard to find. If you have an active interest in purchasing such books and wish to be placed on our special E-mail list for advance notification of booksale announcements, simply send your name and E-mail address in an E-mail to the TRADITIO Network.

Lots are sold on a first come, first served basis. All books are in very good to like-new condition in hardcover, unless otherwise noted. U.S. shipping addresses only.


LOT 17-01

Locatelli: L'arte del violino, Concerti Grossi (9 CDs)

Price: $40.00

Pietro Locatelli (1695-1764) was a Roman Catholic composer whose works for violin and string orchestra had an inestimable influence on Western music, particularly Johann Sebastian Bach, Archangelo Corelli, and Georg Friderich Handel, among many others. This collection includes his influential Art of the Violin (Opus 3, 2 CDs) and four sets of Concerti Grossi (Opp. 1, 4, 7, and 8, 7 CDs). The CDs are in like-new condition with all original covers, plastic cases, and booklets of notes.


LOT 15-01

Pilgrim-Walks in Rome: A Guide to Its Holy Places
The California Missions: A Complete Pictorial History
Vox Graeca: The Pronunciation of Classical [and Biblical] Greek

Price: $50.00
  1. Pilgrim-Walks in Rome: A Guide to Its Holy Places is a rather rare book in hardback, with gold-embossed cover featuring St. Peter's Piazza. The book was written by P.J. Chandlery, of the Society of Jesus. In good condition, with only two St. Basil High School Library stamps, tight binding, a little rubbing around the edges, and gold embossing completely intact. The book's frontispiece is a plate of a youthful-looking Pope Pius X at the time of his election in 1903, the date when this book was published. It is very good condition. The book describes Rome as it was in 1903, at the accession of Pope Pius X. The book comprises 468 pages, plus two appendices and index, of descriptions and nearly 100 black-and-white plates of all the churches and Holy Places of Rome and their history. The author lived many years in the Eternal City and has here gathered together in nineteen chapters all the information likely to be interesting and useful to a devout armchair pilgrim. Catholics prevented by circumstances from undertaking a journey to Rome when it was Catholic under a Pope-Saint, yet still desirous to visit its Holy Places, will find in this volume a reliable and fascinating historical walk untainted by the New Order's destruction of the Holy Places.
  2. A large-scale (27 x 21 cm) paperback edition of The California Missions: A Complete Pictorial History and Visitor's Guide, published in 1993 by the noted historical publishers, Sunset Books. The book's 320 pages include copious color and black-and-white photographs and drawings of Padre Serra's 21 famous missions as they were and as they are today. The photographs and drawings are accompanied by detailed textual explanations. The back of the book includes several indices containing information about the missions. The book is in like-new condition.
  3. W. Sidney Allen's Vox Graeca: The Pronunciation of Classical Greek, one of the most authoritative books in the field, which includes information about how the original Greek of the New Testament was pronounced. This is the same Greek that was used by the the early Councils of the Church and the Great Eastern Doctors of the Church and the other eastern writers of the Apostolic and Patristic periods. (Third Edition/1987, Cambridge University Press, 179 pages, paperback, like-new-condition).

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