Singers - Autograph Manuscripts (over $500)

  • (Item #: H5294-CH8)
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed twice by the author (on the title page and over the opposite blank page) with a 3-bar music quote and lyrics.  Size is 7.5 x 10.8 inches, 123 pages, 2nd edition (no year); original covers were removed and rebound with leather hard covers, in overall very good condition.
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed... read more >
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed twice by the author (on the title page and over the opposite blank page) with a 3-bar music quote and lyrics.  Size is 7.5 x 10.8 inches, 123 pages, 2nd edition (no year); original covers were removed and rebound with leather hard covers, in overall very good condition.
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world...

    $795.00 USD

    (Item #: H5294-CH8)
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed twice by the author (on the title page and over the opposite blank page) with a 3-bar music quote and lyrics.  Size is 7.5 x 10.8 inches, 123 pages, 2nd edition (no year); original covers were removed and rebound with leather hard covers, in overall very good condition.
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed... read more >
    French tenor (1806-1896), who performed at the world premiere in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). His book "L'Art du Chant" signed twice by the author (on the title page and over the opposite blank page) with a 3-bar music quote and lyrics.  Size is 7.5 x 10.8 inches, 123 pages, 2nd edition (no year); original covers were removed and rebound with leather hard covers, in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: H3950-W4A)
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century and considered one of the greatest singers in opera history. Exceedingly rare legal document, related to the building of a house for him in Madrid, where he lived for over 20 years. The year of 1749 is printed at the top. Document is written by another hand, and signed at the bottom by Farinelli in full name, in a somewhat darker ink. One page of hand-laid paper, 7.9 x 8.4 inches, central fold, spotted rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Autographs of Farinelli as extremely rare and only show up in the market every few years, this one is important and also has a very clear signature. ALSO INCLUDED is a nice vintage print with his image, a lithograph by Richard Bentley, London. Size is 5.25 x 8.5 inches, some stains on borders and small paper loss on the bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century... read more >
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century and considered one of the greatest singers in opera history. Exceedingly rare legal document, related to the building of a house for him in Madrid, where he lived for over 20 years. The year of 1749 is printed at the top. Document is written by another hand, and signed at the bottom by Farinelli in full name, in a somewhat darker ink. One page of hand-laid paper, 7.9 x 8.4 inches, central fold, spotted rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Autographs of Farinelli as extremely rare and only show up in the market every few years, this one is important and also has a very clear signature. ALSO INCLUDED is a nice vintage print with his image, a lithograph by Richard Bentley, London. Size is 5.25 x 8.5 inches, some stains on borders and small paper loss on the bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi...

    $5,985.00 USD

    (Item #: H3950-W4A)
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century and considered one of the greatest singers in opera history. Exceedingly rare legal document, related to the building of a house for him in Madrid, where he lived for over 20 years. The year of 1749 is printed at the top. Document is written by another hand, and signed at the bottom by Farinelli in full name, in a somewhat darker ink. One page of hand-laid paper, 7.9 x 8.4 inches, central fold, spotted rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Autographs of Farinelli as extremely rare and only show up in the market every few years, this one is important and also has a very clear signature. ALSO INCLUDED is a nice vintage print with his image, a lithograph by Richard Bentley, London. Size is 5.25 x 8.5 inches, some stains on borders and small paper loss on the bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century... read more >
    Stage name of Carlo M. Michelangelo Nicola Broschi (1705-1782), probably the most celebrated Italian castrato singer of the 18th Century and considered one of the greatest singers in opera history. Exceedingly rare legal document, related to the building of a house for him in Madrid, where he lived for over 20 years. The year of 1749 is printed at the top. Document is written by another hand, and signed at the bottom by Farinelli in full name, in a somewhat darker ink. One page of hand-laid paper, 7.9 x 8.4 inches, central fold, spotted rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Autographs of Farinelli as extremely rare and only show up in the market every few years, this one is important and also has a very clear signature. ALSO INCLUDED is a nice vintage print with his image, a lithograph by Richard Bentley, London. Size is 5.25 x 8.5 inches, some stains on borders and small paper loss on the bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M8942-W5E)
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph letter with top letterhead with her address in London, written in English about her trip to America and schedule, signed by her, dated on December 17th, 1949.  Size is 5.25 x 6.8 inches, 1 sheet (written on both sides), minor stains over the lower border, pinholes over the upper-left corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph... read more >
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph letter with top letterhead with her address in London, written in English about her trip to America and schedule, signed by her, dated on December 17th, 1949.  Size is 5.25 x 6.8 inches, 1 sheet (written on both sides), minor stains over the lower border, pinholes over the upper-left corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at...

    $595.00 USD

    (Item #: M8942-W5E)
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph letter with top letterhead with her address in London, written in English about her trip to America and schedule, signed by her, dated on December 17th, 1949.  Size is 5.25 x 6.8 inches, 1 sheet (written on both sides), minor stains over the lower border, pinholes over the upper-left corner, otherwise in very good condition.
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph... read more >
    English contralto (1912-1953) internationally known, her death at the peak of her fame was a surprise to the musical world. Autograph letter with top letterhead with her address in London, written in English about her trip to America and schedule, signed by her, dated on December 17th, 1949.  Size is 5.25 x 6.8 inches, 1 sheet (written on both sides), minor stains over the lower border, pinholes over the upper-left corner, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M8747-R7-7)
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres. Interesting and very rare receipt, handwritten and signed by him, dated in 1804, for receiving money from Teatro Caños del Peral for the music of the musical tragedy "Athalie" (by Jean-Baptiste Racine, with choruses composed by Manuel Garcia). More information about this piece and Manuel García´s involvement can be found HERE. Size is 7.25 x 2 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Manuel Garcia´s autographs are extremely rare!
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres.... read more >
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres. Interesting and very rare receipt, handwritten and signed by him, dated in 1804, for receiving money from Teatro Caños del Peral for the music of the musical tragedy "Athalie" (by Jean-Baptiste Racine, with choruses composed by Manuel Garcia). More information about this piece and Manuel García´s involvement can be found HERE. Size is 7.25 x 2 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Manuel Garcia´s autographs are extremely rare!
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario...

    $1,075.00 USD

    (Item #: M8747-R7-7)
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres. Interesting and very rare receipt, handwritten and signed by him, dated in 1804, for receiving money from Teatro Caños del Peral for the music of the musical tragedy "Athalie" (by Jean-Baptiste Racine, with choruses composed by Manuel Garcia). More information about this piece and Manuel García´s involvement can be found HERE. Size is 7.25 x 2 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Manuel Garcia´s autographs are extremely rare!
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres.... read more >
    Highly important Spanish opera singer (1775-1832), composer, impresario and singing teacher. García also created roles in several important world premieres. Interesting and very rare receipt, handwritten and signed by him, dated in 1804, for receiving money from Teatro Caños del Peral for the music of the musical tragedy "Athalie" (by Jean-Baptiste Racine, with choruses composed by Manuel Garcia). More information about this piece and Manuel García´s involvement can be found HERE. Size is 7.25 x 2 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Manuel Garcia´s autographs are extremely rare!
  • (Item #: H5246-GZ223F)
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare contract handwritten and signed by Manuel Garcia and impresario Domenico Rossi on April 2, 1803, where Garcia gave up the rights to the Teatro Coliseo de los Caños de Peral, Madrid, of his opera "El Luto Fingido", premiered on May 30, 1803; and also obliging himself to sing his opera as many nights as requested. Size is 8.5 x 12.25 inches, 1 page, small loss of paper over the right border, some stains, printed at the top with an official seal, year 1803, central fold, in overall very good condition. This is a fabulous and rare document signed and handwritten by Garcia about one of his works as a composer and his commitment to singing as a tenor. 
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare... read more >
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare contract handwritten and signed by Manuel Garcia and impresario Domenico Rossi on April 2, 1803, where Garcia gave up the rights to the Teatro Coliseo de los Caños de Peral, Madrid, of his opera "El Luto Fingido", premiered on May 30, 1803; and also obliging himself to sing his opera as many nights as requested. Size is 8.5 x 12.25 inches, 1 page, small loss of paper over the right border, some stains, printed at the top with an official seal, year 1803, central fold, in overall very good condition. This is a fabulous and rare document signed and handwritten by Garcia about one of his works as a composer and his commitment to singing as a tenor. 
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher,...

    $1,750.00 USD

    (Item #: H5246-GZ223F)
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare contract handwritten and signed by Manuel Garcia and impresario Domenico Rossi on April 2, 1803, where Garcia gave up the rights to the Teatro Coliseo de los Caños de Peral, Madrid, of his opera "El Luto Fingido", premiered on May 30, 1803; and also obliging himself to sing his opera as many nights as requested. Size is 8.5 x 12.25 inches, 1 page, small loss of paper over the right border, some stains, printed at the top with an official seal, year 1803, central fold, in overall very good condition. This is a fabulous and rare document signed and handwritten by Garcia about one of his works as a composer and his commitment to singing as a tenor. 
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare... read more >
    Spanish tenor (1775-1832), composer, impresario, and singing teacher, and father of the celebrated mezzo-sopranos Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot. Rare contract handwritten and signed by Manuel Garcia and impresario Domenico Rossi on April 2, 1803, where Garcia gave up the rights to the Teatro Coliseo de los Caños de Peral, Madrid, of his opera "El Luto Fingido", premiered on May 30, 1803; and also obliging himself to sing his opera as many nights as requested. Size is 8.5 x 12.25 inches, 1 page, small loss of paper over the right border, some stains, printed at the top with an official seal, year 1803, central fold, in overall very good condition. This is a fabulous and rare document signed and handwritten by Garcia about one of his works as a composer and his commitment to singing as a tenor. 
  • (Item #: GB4469-GX214C)
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850, to famous actress Adelaide Ristori-Capranica, Marquise del Grillo (1822-1906). Grisi discusses recent performances, a bit of politics (mentions current freedom of speech), and some personal issues. Terrific letter. Four pages, in Italian, sold with both transcription and translation, each page is 5.4 x 8.1 inches, storage holes and spotted rust, but in overall very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a hand-made color portrait of Grisi, made by A. Bianchini, 4.5 x 6.25 inches, with a cover that shows an ovalized opening. Not sold separately.
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850,... read more >
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850, to famous actress Adelaide Ristori-Capranica, Marquise del Grillo (1822-1906). Grisi discusses recent performances, a bit of politics (mentions current freedom of speech), and some personal issues. Terrific letter. Four pages, in Italian, sold with both transcription and translation, each page is 5.4 x 8.1 inches, storage holes and spotted rust, but in overall very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a hand-made color portrait of Grisi, made by A. Bianchini, 4.5 x 6.25 inches, with a cover that shows an ovalized opening. Not sold separately.
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of...

    $795.00 USD

    (Item #: GB4469-GX214C)
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850, to famous actress Adelaide Ristori-Capranica, Marquise del Grillo (1822-1906). Grisi discusses recent performances, a bit of politics (mentions current freedom of speech), and some personal issues. Terrific letter. Four pages, in Italian, sold with both transcription and translation, each page is 5.4 x 8.1 inches, storage holes and spotted rust, but in overall very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a hand-made color portrait of Grisi, made by A. Bianchini, 4.5 x 6.25 inches, with a cover that shows an ovalized opening. Not sold separately.
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850,... read more >
    Italian soprano (1811-1869), creator of the role of Adalgisa in Norma. Interesting autograph letter signed, dated in Florence in 1850, to famous actress Adelaide Ristori-Capranica, Marquise del Grillo (1822-1906). Grisi discusses recent performances, a bit of politics (mentions current freedom of speech), and some personal issues. Terrific letter. Four pages, in Italian, sold with both transcription and translation, each page is 5.4 x 8.1 inches, storage holes and spotted rust, but in overall very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a hand-made color portrait of Grisi, made by A. Bianchini, 4.5 x 6.25 inches, with a cover that shows an ovalized opening. Not sold separately.
  • (Item #: H4038-W4A)
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title role during its world premiere in 1781.  Signed receipt for a payment for a performance in Spain, handwritten and dated by another hand in 1957, and signed by Raaff at the bottom. Size is 8.4 x 4.25 inches, folds, in excellent condition.  Extremely rare and scarce!
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title... read more >
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title role during its world premiere in 1781.  Signed receipt for a payment for a performance in Spain, handwritten and dated by another hand in 1957, and signed by Raaff at the bottom. Size is 8.4 x 4.25 inches, folds, in excellent condition.  Extremely rare and scarce!
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for...

    $1,295.00 USD

    (Item #: H4038-W4A)
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title role during its world premiere in 1781.  Signed receipt for a payment for a performance in Spain, handwritten and dated by another hand in 1957, and signed by Raaff at the bottom. Size is 8.4 x 4.25 inches, folds, in excellent condition.  Extremely rare and scarce!
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title... read more >
    German tenor (1714-1797), famous in his time for singing alongside Farinelli in Madrid (1755-1759), and creator of Mozart's Idomeneo title role during its world premiere in 1781.  Signed receipt for a payment for a performance in Spain, handwritten and dated by another hand in 1957, and signed by Raaff at the bottom. Size is 8.4 x 4.25 inches, folds, in excellent condition.  Extremely rare and scarce!
  • (Item #: GB8740-GX177A)
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After her retirement from the stage and her second marriage, she and her husband were murdered in England by a servant.  She appeared in the world premiere productions of Gluck's Armide in 1777 and Salieri's Les Danaides in 1784, as well as in a great many other lesser-known operas. Very rare autograph letter signed, 1 page (of 4 folded pages), written in French, sold untranslated, dated in 1785. Bold handwriting and signature. Size is 6.5 x 8.5 inches, small rust and stains, but otherwise in very good condition. Very rare and valuable historic item!  
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After... read more >
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After her retirement from the stage and her second marriage, she and her husband were murdered in England by a servant.  She appeared in the world premiere productions of Gluck's Armide in 1777 and Salieri's Les Danaides in 1784, as well as in a great many other lesser-known operas. Very rare autograph letter signed, 1 page (of 4 folded pages), written in French, sold untranslated, dated in 1785. Bold handwriting and signature. Size is 6.5 x 8.5 inches, small rust and stains, but otherwise in very good condition. Very rare and valuable historic item!  
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was...

    $700.00 USD

    (Item #: GB8740-GX177A)
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After her retirement from the stage and her second marriage, she and her husband were murdered in England by a servant.  She appeared in the world premiere productions of Gluck's Armide in 1777 and Salieri's Les Danaides in 1784, as well as in a great many other lesser-known operas. Very rare autograph letter signed, 1 page (of 4 folded pages), written in French, sold untranslated, dated in 1785. Bold handwriting and signature. Size is 6.5 x 8.5 inches, small rust and stains, but otherwise in very good condition. Very rare and valuable historic item!  
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After... read more >
    Celebrated French soprano (1756-1813), whose real name was Anne-Antoinette-Cécile Clavel, and who was best known by her stage name Madame Saint-Huberty or Saint-Huberti. After her retirement from the stage and her second marriage, she and her husband were murdered in England by a servant.  She appeared in the world premiere productions of Gluck's Armide in 1777 and Salieri's Les Danaides in 1784, as well as in a great many other lesser-known operas. Very rare autograph letter signed, 1 page (of 4 folded pages), written in French, sold untranslated, dated in 1785. Bold handwriting and signature. Size is 6.5 x 8.5 inches, small rust and stains, but otherwise in very good condition. Very rare and valuable historic item!  
  • (Item #: GA1110-GX236A)
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to a critic, thanking him for a favorable review. On one folded sheet, handwritten on two pages, signed as "Conchita S.". Total sheet size is 11 x 7.5 inches (unfolded), in very good condition.  Autographs of Supervia are extremely rare
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to... read more >
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to a critic, thanking him for a favorable review. On one folded sheet, handwritten on two pages, signed as "Conchita S.". Total sheet size is 11 x 7.5 inches (unfolded), in very good condition.  Autographs of Supervia are extremely rare
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her...

    $700.00 USD

    (Item #: GA1110-GX236A)
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to a critic, thanking him for a favorable review. On one folded sheet, handwritten on two pages, signed as "Conchita S.". Total sheet size is 11 x 7.5 inches (unfolded), in very good condition.  Autographs of Supervia are extremely rare
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to... read more >
    Star Spanish mezzo-soprano (1895-1936), very popular in her time. Autograph letter in French (English translation included) signed by her, to a critic, thanking him for a favorable review. On one folded sheet, handwritten on two pages, signed as "Conchita S.". Total sheet size is 11 x 7.5 inches (unfolded), in very good condition.  Autographs of Supervia are extremely rare
  • (Item #: GA1456-GX261A)
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his operetta "Der Singende Traüm", composed, signed and inscribed by him on the front cover, dated in Vienna, 1934.  This music was composed by Tauber for his lover, the Russian singer and actress Mary Losseff.  Size is 10.7 x 13.4 inches, 10 pages including covers, central fold, otherwise in very good condition.
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his... read more >
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his operetta "Der Singende Traüm", composed, signed and inscribed by him on the front cover, dated in Vienna, 1934.  This music was composed by Tauber for his lover, the Russian singer and actress Mary Losseff.  Size is 10.7 x 13.4 inches, 10 pages including covers, central fold, otherwise in very good condition.
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the...

    $595.00 USD

    (Item #: GA1456-GX261A)
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his operetta "Der Singende Traüm", composed, signed and inscribed by him on the front cover, dated in Vienna, 1934.  This music was composed by Tauber for his lover, the Russian singer and actress Mary Losseff.  Size is 10.7 x 13.4 inches, 10 pages including covers, central fold, otherwise in very good condition.
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his... read more >
    Austrian tenor (1891-1948), revered as one of the world's finest Mozartian tenors.  Signed printed score with three songs from his operetta "Der Singende Traüm", composed, signed and inscribed by him on the front cover, dated in Vienna, 1934.  This music was composed by Tauber for his lover, the Russian singer and actress Mary Losseff.  Size is 10.7 x 13.4 inches, 10 pages including covers, central fold, otherwise in very good condition.