The Tony Sarg Marionette Book

The Tony Sarg Marionette Book

Book - 1921
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From the French meaning "Little Mary," marionettes have been used since the Middle Ages in puppet performances. One of the first figures to be made into a marionette was the Virgin Mary, hence the name. In the 18th century, many operas were written specifically for an all-marionette cast and the puppets became popular playthings in the 1800s.
Publisher: New York : B. W. Huebsch, Inc., 1921.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (62 p.)

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