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Opera Playbills & Memorabilia

Vintage original playbills announcing upcoming opera performances. All listed items are in stock.

Opera Playbills & Memorabilia

Vintage original playbills announcing upcoming opera performances. All listed items are in stock.

Opera Playbills & Memorabilia

(Item #: M4935-WOS2A)
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in Philadelphia, Musical Fund Hall, Sept. 27th, 1852, with Luigi Arditi conducting. Size is 7.5 x 15.5 inches, some paper loss on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean, with no rust.
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in... read more >
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in Philadelphia, Musical Fund Hall, Sept. 27th, 1852, with Luigi Arditi conducting. Size is 7.5 x 15.5 inches, some paper loss on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean, with no rust.
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the...

$90.00 USD

(Item #: M4935-WOS2A)
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in Philadelphia, Musical Fund Hall, Sept. 27th, 1852, with Luigi Arditi conducting. Size is 7.5 x 15.5 inches, some paper loss on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean, with no rust.
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in... read more >
Famous Italian contralto (1824-1896), considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Playbill announcement for her debut concert in Philadelphia, Musical Fund Hall, Sept. 27th, 1852, with Luigi Arditi conducting. Size is 7.5 x 15.5 inches, some paper loss on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean, with no rust.

(Item #: B0981-Bx9-G)
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna,... read more >
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1)...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: B0981-Bx9-G)
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna,... read more >
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.

(Item #: N1133-OS3)
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this famous pianist and composer!. This opera was premiered a few years before (1872). Size is 15 x 9.25 inches, great condition, no cracks, no stains, some minor damage on left margin.
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this... read more >
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this famous pianist and composer!. This opera was premiered a few years before (1872). Size is 15 x 9.25 inches, great condition, no cracks, no stains, some minor damage on left margin.
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton...

$90.00 USD

(Item #: N1133-OS3)
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this famous pianist and composer!. This opera was premiered a few years before (1872). Size is 15 x 9.25 inches, great condition, no cracks, no stains, some minor damage on left margin.
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this... read more >
K.K. Hof-Burgertheater Playbill for a performance of Anton Rubinstein'ss opera "Die Maccabaer", first performance at this theater, conducted by this famous pianist and composer!. This opera was premiered a few years before (1872). Size is 15 x 9.25 inches, great condition, no cracks, no stains, some minor damage on left margin.

(Item #: B1513-4-3)
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1 page
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1... read more >
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1 page
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: B1513-4-3)
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1 page
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1... read more >
Playbill Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg at the Vienna Staatsoper, 12th October 1886, with Theodor Reichmann, 8 x 10 inches, 1 page

(Item #: GA1381-GX263)
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno Walter. Cast includes Maria Ivogun, Karl Erb and others. Size is 10.25 x 20.3 inches, in excellent condition.
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno... read more >
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno Walter. Cast includes Maria Ivogun, Karl Erb and others. Size is 10.25 x 20.3 inches, in excellent condition.
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of...

$175.00 USD

(Item #: GA1381-GX263)
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno Walter. Cast includes Maria Ivogun, Karl Erb and others. Size is 10.25 x 20.3 inches, in excellent condition.
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno... read more >
Original playbill announcement for the world premiere of the opera by Walter Braunfels on November 30th, 1920; conducted by Bruno Walter. Cast includes Maria Ivogun, Karl Erb and others. Size is 10.25 x 20.3 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: GA1450-GX261B)
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843) and Giovanna di Arco (1845) as well as in operas by Pacini, Nicolai and Mercadante. Original vintage lithograph by Ch. Vogt, dated in 1855, published by Catelin, Paris. Size is 9.25 x 12.25 inches, some minor toning around borders, otherwise in excellent condition.
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843)... read more >
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843) and Giovanna di Arco (1845) as well as in operas by Pacini, Nicolai and Mercadante. Original vintage lithograph by Ch. Vogt, dated in 1855, published by Catelin, Paris. Size is 9.25 x 12.25 inches, some minor toning around borders, otherwise in excellent condition.
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role...

$195.00 USD

(Item #: GA1450-GX261B)
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843) and Giovanna di Arco (1845) as well as in operas by Pacini, Nicolai and Mercadante. Original vintage lithograph by Ch. Vogt, dated in 1855, published by Catelin, Paris. Size is 9.25 x 12.25 inches, some minor toning around borders, otherwise in excellent condition.
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843)... read more >
Famous Italian soprano (1818-1884), created the main role in the world premiere of two of Verdi´s operas: I Lombardi (1843) and Giovanna di Arco (1845) as well as in operas by Pacini, Nicolai and Mercadante. Original vintage lithograph by Ch. Vogt, dated in 1855, published by Catelin, Paris. Size is 9.25 x 12.25 inches, some minor toning around borders, otherwise in excellent condition.

(Item #: B1580-4-A)
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1 page
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1... read more >
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1 page
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922....

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1580-4-A)
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1 page
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1... read more >
Gotterdammerung at the Nationaltheater Munich. 11 May 1922. Conductor: Robert Heger. Stage direction: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, 8 x 19 inches!, 1 page

(Item #: M4934-WOS2A)
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in the title role, and star tenor Giovanni Mario as Gennaro. Interestingly, playbill announcement also states that signed librettos of the opera are exclusively sold at the theater. Size is 7 x 19.25 inches, some damage on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean with almost no rust.
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in... read more >
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in the title role, and star tenor Giovanni Mario as Gennaro. Interestingly, playbill announcement also states that signed librettos of the opera are exclusively sold at the theater. Size is 7 x 19.25 inches, some damage on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean with almost no rust.
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at...

$130.00 USD

(Item #: M4934-WOS2A)
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in the title role, and star tenor Giovanni Mario as Gennaro. Interestingly, playbill announcement also states that signed librettos of the opera are exclusively sold at the theater. Size is 7 x 19.25 inches, some damage on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean with almost no rust.
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in... read more >
Playbill for a performance of Lucrezia Borgia at the Boston Theater, January 17th, 1855, with star soprano Giulia Grisi in the title role, and star tenor Giovanni Mario as Gennaro. Interestingly, playbill announcement also states that signed librettos of the opera are exclusively sold at the theater. Size is 7 x 19.25 inches, some damage on borders, otherwise in very good condition, clean with almost no rust.

(Item #: B0481-4)
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz Neidl, Karl Grengg, Leopold Demuth, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Mar 13th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Ferdinand Marian, Leo Slezak, Fritz Schrodter, Selma Kurz, Laura Hilgermann, August Stoll. Conductor : Franz Schalk, added in pencil Tristan und Isolde - May 5th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Moritz Frauscher, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Franz Pacal, Laura Hilgermann, Anton Schittenhelm,. Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Dec 26th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Hermann Winkelmann, Selma Kurz, , Laura Hilgermann, … (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Siegfried - Mar 20th, 1902: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Theodor Reichmann, Edyth Walker, Hans Breuer, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Walkure - Mar 17th, 1902: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Erik Schmedes, Theodor Reichmann, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Edyth Walker, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Margarete Michalek, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Das Rheingold - Mar 15th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Gerhard Stehmann, Franz Naval, Erik Schmedes, Josef Ritter, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Edyth Walker, Elise Elizza, Hermine Kittel (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th,... read more >
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz Neidl, Karl Grengg, Leopold Demuth, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Mar 13th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Ferdinand Marian, Leo Slezak, Fritz Schrodter, Selma Kurz, Laura Hilgermann, August Stoll. Conductor : Franz Schalk, added in pencil Tristan und Isolde - May 5th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Moritz Frauscher, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Franz Pacal, Laura Hilgermann, Anton Schittenhelm,. Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Dec 26th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Hermann Winkelmann, Selma Kurz, , Laura Hilgermann, … (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Siegfried - Mar 20th, 1902: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Theodor Reichmann, Edyth Walker, Hans Breuer, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Walkure - Mar 17th, 1902: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Erik Schmedes, Theodor Reichmann, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Edyth Walker, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Margarete Michalek, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Das Rheingold - Mar 15th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Gerhard Stehmann, Franz Naval, Erik Schmedes, Josef Ritter, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Edyth Walker, Elise Elizza, Hermine Kittel (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: B0481-4)
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz Neidl, Karl Grengg, Leopold Demuth, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Mar 13th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Ferdinand Marian, Leo Slezak, Fritz Schrodter, Selma Kurz, Laura Hilgermann, August Stoll. Conductor : Franz Schalk, added in pencil Tristan und Isolde - May 5th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Moritz Frauscher, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Franz Pacal, Laura Hilgermann, Anton Schittenhelm,. Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Dec 26th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Hermann Winkelmann, Selma Kurz, , Laura Hilgermann, … (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Siegfried - Mar 20th, 1902: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Theodor Reichmann, Edyth Walker, Hans Breuer, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Walkure - Mar 17th, 1902: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Erik Schmedes, Theodor Reichmann, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Edyth Walker, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Margarete Michalek, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Das Rheingold - Mar 15th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Gerhard Stehmann, Franz Naval, Erik Schmedes, Josef Ritter, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Edyth Walker, Elise Elizza, Hermine Kittel (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th,... read more >
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Fidelio - Apr 15th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz Neidl, Karl Grengg, Leopold Demuth, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Mar 13th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Ferdinand Marian, Leo Slezak, Fritz Schrodter, Selma Kurz, Laura Hilgermann, August Stoll. Conductor : Franz Schalk, added in pencil Tristan und Isolde - May 5th, 1902: Hermann Winkelmann, Moritz Frauscher, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Franz Pacal, Laura Hilgermann, Anton Schittenhelm,. Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Meistersinger - Dec 26th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Wilhelm Hesch, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Jean Felix, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Hermann Winkelmann, Selma Kurz, , Laura Hilgermann, … (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Siegfried - Mar 20th, 1902: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Theodor Reichmann, Edyth Walker, Hans Breuer, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Die Walkure - Mar 17th, 1902: Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Erik Schmedes, Theodor Reichmann, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Edyth Walker, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Margarete Michalek, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil Das Rheingold - Mar 15th, 1902: Theodor Reichmann, Gerhard Stehmann, Franz Naval, Erik Schmedes, Josef Ritter, Hans Breuer, Moritz Frauscher, Laura Hilgermann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Edyth Walker, Elise Elizza, Hermine Kittel (Conductor : Franz Schalk) added in pencil

(Item #: B0460-4)
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr 6th, 1910: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Artur Preuss, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, etc. Conductor : Felix von Weingartner Die Walkure - Apr 23rd, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Lorenz Corvinus, Friedrich Weidemann, Paula Windheuser, Laura Hilgermann, Berta Kiurina, Jenny Pohlner, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Bella Paalen. Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Siegfried - Apr 26th, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Friedrich Weidemann, Alexander Haydter, Mme Charles Cahier, Hans Breuer, Lorenz Corvinus, Berta Kiurina Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Der Berglee - Nov 9th, 1911: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Erik Schmedes Conductor : Bruno Walter Oberst Chabert-Die Prinzessin von Tragant - Dec 14th, 1912: Rudolf Hofbauer, Erik Schmedes, Lucie Weidt, Gerhard Stehmann, Lorenz Corvinus, Hans Breuer Conductor : Grzegorz Fitelberg (Oberst Chabert) & Lehnert (Prinzessin) Die Fledermaus - Dec 31st, 1912: Fritz Schrodter, Elise Elizza, , Carl Rittmann, Hermine Kittel, Georg Maikl, Gerhard Stehmann, Karola Jovanovic, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian, Viktor Madin, August Stoll. Conductor : Lehnert Die Meistersinger - Dec 28th, 1912: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Georg Maikl, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, Julius Betetto, Erik Schmedes, Hubert Leuer, Berta Kiurina, Laura Hilgermann Conductor : Franz Schalk Benvenutto Cellini - Feb 25th, 1911: Richard Mayr, Julius Betetto, Grete Forst, William Miller, Georg Maikl, Alexander Haydter, Hermine Kittel, Rudolf Hofbauer, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin Conductor: Felix von Weingartner
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr... read more >
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr 6th, 1910: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Artur Preuss, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, etc. Conductor : Felix von Weingartner Die Walkure - Apr 23rd, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Lorenz Corvinus, Friedrich Weidemann, Paula Windheuser, Laura Hilgermann, Berta Kiurina, Jenny Pohlner, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Bella Paalen. Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Siegfried - Apr 26th, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Friedrich Weidemann, Alexander Haydter, Mme Charles Cahier, Hans Breuer, Lorenz Corvinus, Berta Kiurina Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Der Berglee - Nov 9th, 1911: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Erik Schmedes Conductor : Bruno Walter Oberst Chabert-Die Prinzessin von Tragant - Dec 14th, 1912: Rudolf Hofbauer, Erik Schmedes, Lucie Weidt, Gerhard Stehmann, Lorenz Corvinus, Hans Breuer Conductor : Grzegorz Fitelberg (Oberst Chabert) & Lehnert (Prinzessin) Die Fledermaus - Dec 31st, 1912: Fritz Schrodter, Elise Elizza, , Carl Rittmann, Hermine Kittel, Georg Maikl, Gerhard Stehmann, Karola Jovanovic, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian, Viktor Madin, August Stoll. Conductor : Lehnert Die Meistersinger - Dec 28th, 1912: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Georg Maikl, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, Julius Betetto, Erik Schmedes, Hubert Leuer, Berta Kiurina, Laura Hilgermann Conductor : Franz Schalk Benvenutto Cellini - Feb 25th, 1911: Richard Mayr, Julius Betetto, Grete Forst, William Miller, Georg Maikl, Alexander Haydter, Hermine Kittel, Rudolf Hofbauer, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin Conductor: Felix von Weingartner
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5...

$55.00 USD

(Item #: B0460-4)
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr 6th, 1910: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Artur Preuss, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, etc. Conductor : Felix von Weingartner Die Walkure - Apr 23rd, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Lorenz Corvinus, Friedrich Weidemann, Paula Windheuser, Laura Hilgermann, Berta Kiurina, Jenny Pohlner, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Bella Paalen. Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Siegfried - Apr 26th, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Friedrich Weidemann, Alexander Haydter, Mme Charles Cahier, Hans Breuer, Lorenz Corvinus, Berta Kiurina Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Der Berglee - Nov 9th, 1911: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Erik Schmedes Conductor : Bruno Walter Oberst Chabert-Die Prinzessin von Tragant - Dec 14th, 1912: Rudolf Hofbauer, Erik Schmedes, Lucie Weidt, Gerhard Stehmann, Lorenz Corvinus, Hans Breuer Conductor : Grzegorz Fitelberg (Oberst Chabert) & Lehnert (Prinzessin) Die Fledermaus - Dec 31st, 1912: Fritz Schrodter, Elise Elizza, , Carl Rittmann, Hermine Kittel, Georg Maikl, Gerhard Stehmann, Karola Jovanovic, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian, Viktor Madin, August Stoll. Conductor : Lehnert Die Meistersinger - Dec 28th, 1912: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Georg Maikl, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, Julius Betetto, Erik Schmedes, Hubert Leuer, Berta Kiurina, Laura Hilgermann Conductor : Franz Schalk Benvenutto Cellini - Feb 25th, 1911: Richard Mayr, Julius Betetto, Grete Forst, William Miller, Georg Maikl, Alexander Haydter, Hermine Kittel, Rudolf Hofbauer, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin Conductor: Felix von Weingartner
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr... read more >
8 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - Click on thumbnails to see scans Die Meistersinger - Apr 6th, 1910: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Artur Preuss, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, etc. Conductor : Felix von Weingartner Die Walkure - Apr 23rd, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Lorenz Corvinus, Friedrich Weidemann, Paula Windheuser, Laura Hilgermann, Berta Kiurina, Jenny Pohlner, Hermine Kittel, Elisa Elizza, Bella Paalen. Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Siegfried - Apr 26th, 1911: Erik Schmedes, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Friedrich Weidemann, Alexander Haydter, Mme Charles Cahier, Hans Breuer, Lorenz Corvinus, Berta Kiurina Conductor : Hugo Reichenberger Der Berglee - Nov 9th, 1911: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Erik Schmedes Conductor : Bruno Walter Oberst Chabert-Die Prinzessin von Tragant - Dec 14th, 1912: Rudolf Hofbauer, Erik Schmedes, Lucie Weidt, Gerhard Stehmann, Lorenz Corvinus, Hans Breuer Conductor : Grzegorz Fitelberg (Oberst Chabert) & Lehnert (Prinzessin) Die Fledermaus - Dec 31st, 1912: Fritz Schrodter, Elise Elizza, , Carl Rittmann, Hermine Kittel, Georg Maikl, Gerhard Stehmann, Karola Jovanovic, Hans Breuer, Ferdinand Marian, Viktor Madin, August Stoll. Conductor : Lehnert Die Meistersinger - Dec 28th, 1912: Friedrich Weidemann, Richard Mayr, Georg Maikl, Viktor Madin, Alexander Haydter, Gerhard Stehmann, Hans Breuer, Julius Betetto, Erik Schmedes, Hubert Leuer, Berta Kiurina, Laura Hilgermann Conductor : Franz Schalk Benvenutto Cellini - Feb 25th, 1911: Richard Mayr, Julius Betetto, Grete Forst, William Miller, Georg Maikl, Alexander Haydter, Hermine Kittel, Rudolf Hofbauer, Hans Breuer, Viktor Madin Conductor: Felix von Weingartner

(Item #: N1131-OS3)
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches, some folds and markings in pencil, great condition!
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches,... read more >
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches, some folds and markings in pencil, great condition!
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: N1131-OS3)
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches, some folds and markings in pencil, great condition!
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches,... read more >
Great playbill announcing in german an early performance of Bellini's "La Sonnambula", year 1837. Size is 8.75 x 15 inches, some folds and markings in pencil, great condition!

(Item #: B0921-2-C)
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large size (8 x 11 in), all in good condition.
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large... read more >
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large size (8 x 11 in), all in good condition.
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in...

$65.00 USD

(Item #: B0921-2-C)
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large size (8 x 11 in), all in good condition.
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large... read more >
Lot of playbills/programs during WWII - Opera in Leipzig, 1940-45, many different interpreters, 8 smaller size (6 x 8 inches), 5 large size (8 x 11 in), all in good condition.

(Item #: B1582-4-A)
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13 inches, 1 page, fair condition 
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13... read more >
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13 inches, 1 page, fair condition 
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court...

$35.00 USD

(Item #: B1582-4-A)
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13 inches, 1 page, fair condition 
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13... read more >
Mignon by Ambroise Thomas at the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 3 February 1901. Conductor: Hugo Reichenberger. 8.75 x 13 inches, 1 page, fair condition 

(Item #: N1130-OS3)
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) and others. This item has 2 playbill joined together into one. Excellent condition!
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british... read more >
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) and others. This item has 2 playbill joined together into one. Excellent condition!
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: N1130-OS3)
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) and others. This item has 2 playbill joined together into one. Excellent condition!
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british... read more >
Large size (10 x 29 inches!) double playbill for theater and opera performances. Playbill announces Norma performance with famous british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) and others. This item has 2 playbill joined together into one. Excellent condition!

(Item #: N1129-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II being a musical festival that includes star singers of the time: superstars soprano Giulia Grisi and tenor Giovanni Rubini, baritone Antonio Tamburini!. Large size: 9 x 16.5 inches, excellent condition. A beautiful piece of memorabilia from the 1800s, nice to collect or frame and give as a gift for any opera lover.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II... read more >
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II being a musical festival that includes star singers of the time: superstars soprano Giulia Grisi and tenor Giovanni Rubini, baritone Antonio Tamburini!. Large size: 9 x 16.5 inches, excellent condition. A beautiful piece of memorabilia from the 1800s, nice to collect or frame and give as a gift for any opera lover.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year...

$145.00 USD

(Item #: N1129-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II being a musical festival that includes star singers of the time: superstars soprano Giulia Grisi and tenor Giovanni Rubini, baritone Antonio Tamburini!. Large size: 9 x 16.5 inches, excellent condition. A beautiful piece of memorabilia from the 1800s, nice to collect or frame and give as a gift for any opera lover.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II... read more >
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal, London, year 1834. Announces a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry IV", with a Scene II being a musical festival that includes star singers of the time: superstars soprano Giulia Grisi and tenor Giovanni Rubini, baritone Antonio Tamburini!. Large size: 9 x 16.5 inches, excellent condition. A beautiful piece of memorabilia from the 1800s, nice to collect or frame and give as a gift for any opera lover.

(Item #: N2406-M3-1)
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7 inches.
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7... read more >
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7 inches.
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: N2406-M3-1)
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7 inches.
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7... read more >
Signed promo announcement of a performance of Bellini's Norma as Opening Night for the 1981-1982 Season. Size 5 x 7 inches.

(Item #: N2115-SL1-10)
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera. Cast includes Hans Richter, singers Winkelmann, Materna, Reichmann, Horwitz, Papier. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, 1 page, in excellent condition, 1 mild fold, very rare!
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera.... read more >
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera. Cast includes Hans Richter, singers Winkelmann, Materna, Reichmann, Horwitz, Papier. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, 1 page, in excellent condition, 1 mild fold, very rare!
This is a 1888 playbill for an early...

$135.00 USD

(Item #: N2115-SL1-10)
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera. Cast includes Hans Richter, singers Winkelmann, Materna, Reichmann, Horwitz, Papier. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, 1 page, in excellent condition, 1 mild fold, very rare!
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera.... read more >
This is a 1888 playbill for an early performance of Siegfried in the first production at the Vienna Court Opera. Cast includes Hans Richter, singers Winkelmann, Materna, Reichmann, Horwitz, Papier. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, 1 page, in excellent condition, 1 mild fold, very rare!

(Item #: N1136-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include some famous names such as german soprano Mathilde Bauermeister (1849-1926) as Leonora and italian tenor Italo Campanini (1849-1896) as Manrico. Very large size, 30 x 9.75 inches!. In excellent condition, folded in the center.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include... read more >
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include some famous names such as german soprano Mathilde Bauermeister (1849-1926) as Leonora and italian tenor Italo Campanini (1849-1896) as Manrico. Very large size, 30 x 9.75 inches!. In excellent condition, folded in the center.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: N1136-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include some famous names such as german soprano Mathilde Bauermeister (1849-1926) as Leonora and italian tenor Italo Campanini (1849-1896) as Manrico. Very large size, 30 x 9.75 inches!. In excellent condition, folded in the center.
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include... read more >
Beautiful original playbill from Theatre Royal Opera House in Brighton, England, announcing a performance of Il Trovatore. Cast singers include some famous names such as german soprano Mathilde Bauermeister (1849-1926) as Leonora and italian tenor Italo Campanini (1849-1896) as Manrico. Very large size, 30 x 9.75 inches!. In excellent condition, folded in the center.