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Collectible opera programs, including vintage, unsigned programs, playbills, and posters from past opera performances.

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Unsigned Opera Programs

Collectible opera programs, including vintage, unsigned programs, playbills, and posters from past opera performances.

All items listed are in stock, all original.

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Unsigned Opera Programs

(Item #: B1121A-Bx16-1)
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater, 5. September 1923. With Fritz Feinhals - Berthold Sterneck, Fritz Krauss - Maria Müller at the beginning of her career
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater,... read more >
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater, 5. September 1923. With Fritz Feinhals - Berthold Sterneck, Fritz Krauss - Maria Müller at the beginning of her career
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner)...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: B1121A-Bx16-1)
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater, 5. September 1923. With Fritz Feinhals - Berthold Sterneck, Fritz Krauss - Maria Müller at the beginning of her career
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater,... read more >
Karl Muck conducts Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (Wagner) in Munich 1923, 24 x 20,5 cm. Münchner Opernfestspiele 1923 München, Prinzregententheater, 5. September 1923. With Fritz Feinhals - Berthold Sterneck, Fritz Krauss - Maria Müller at the beginning of her career

(Item #: M0995-R5-6)
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and writer Ernst Pasqué (1821-1892), music by L. Schlöffel. Size is 37 x 45 cm (15 x 18 inches), has folds, in excellent condition
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and... read more >
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and writer Ernst Pasqué (1821-1892), music by L. Schlöffel. Size is 37 x 45 cm (15 x 18 inches), has folds, in excellent condition
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier...

$110.00 USD

(Item #: M0995-R5-6)
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and writer Ernst Pasqué (1821-1892), music by L. Schlöffel. Size is 37 x 45 cm (15 x 18 inches), has folds, in excellent condition
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and... read more >
Playbill announcing the world premiere of Die Vier Jahreszeiten, a music fantasy with singing and dancing by German baritone and writer Ernst Pasqué (1821-1892), music by L. Schlöffel. Size is 37 x 45 cm (15 x 18 inches), has folds, in excellent condition

(Item #: B1588-4-A)
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May 1919. Der Freischutz by von Weber, 31 May 1918. Rigoletto by Verdi, 9 September 1919. Set of 4 playbills, 1 sheet each, large size: 10 x 15 inches!
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May... read more >
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May 1919. Der Freischutz by von Weber, 31 May 1918. Rigoletto by Verdi, 9 September 1919. Set of 4 playbills, 1 sheet each, large size: 10 x 15 inches!
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: B1588-4-A)
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May 1919. Der Freischutz by von Weber, 31 May 1918. Rigoletto by Verdi, 9 September 1919. Set of 4 playbills, 1 sheet each, large size: 10 x 15 inches!
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May... read more >
Playbills of the Frankfurt Opera House, 1916-1919. Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, 24 January 1916. Marta by von Flotow, 16 May 1919. Der Freischutz by von Weber, 31 May 1918. Rigoletto by Verdi, 9 September 1919. Set of 4 playbills, 1 sheet each, large size: 10 x 15 inches!

(Item #: M8376-M2-2)
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving in London soon after, with Italo Gardoni in the main tenor role for the British premiere. Cast includes soprano Ilma de Murska and others, 46 pages, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, no covers, in excellent condition.
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving... read more >
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving in London soon after, with Italo Gardoni in the main tenor role for the British premiere. Cast includes soprano Ilma de Murska and others, 46 pages, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, no covers, in excellent condition.
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: M8376-M2-2)
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving in London soon after, with Italo Gardoni in the main tenor role for the British premiere. Cast includes soprano Ilma de Murska and others, 46 pages, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, no covers, in excellent condition.
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving... read more >
Program-libretto from the 1860s, for a performance of Meyerbeer´s opera "Dinorah". Opera was world premiered in Paris in 1859, arriving in London soon after, with Italo Gardoni in the main tenor role for the British premiere. Cast includes soprano Ilma de Murska and others, 46 pages, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, no covers, in excellent condition.

(Item #: S4348-G10-2)
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro Bellini (3 playbills), plus newspaper clips about her performances between 1883 and 1884.  Album pages' size is 8.25 x 11.8 inches each one, clips in different sizes, everything in very good condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro... read more >
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro Bellini (3 playbills), plus newspaper clips about her performances between 1883 and 1884.  Album pages' size is 8.25 x 11.8 inches each one, clips in different sizes, everything in very good condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Small archive of album pages with playbills for...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: S4348-G10-2)
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro Bellini (3 playbills), plus newspaper clips about her performances between 1883 and 1884.  Album pages' size is 8.25 x 11.8 inches each one, clips in different sizes, everything in very good condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro... read more >
Small archive of album pages with playbills for performances of the Italian soprano (1855-?) at Teatro Costanzi (3 playbills), Teatro Bellini (3 playbills), plus newspaper clips about her performances between 1883 and 1884.  Album pages' size is 8.25 x 11.8 inches each one, clips in different sizes, everything in very good condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.

(Item #: B1821-2-B)
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of Flotow, La Boheme of Puccini, Der Zigeunerbaron of Johann Strauss. Conductors: Willy Czernik, Kurt Striegler, Rudolf Kempe. With singers as Robert Burg, Kurt Böhme, Martha Fuchs, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Margarete Teschemacher
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of... read more >
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of Flotow, La Boheme of Puccini, Der Zigeunerbaron of Johann Strauss. Conductors: Willy Czernik, Kurt Striegler, Rudolf Kempe. With singers as Robert Burg, Kurt Böhme, Martha Fuchs, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Margarete Teschemacher
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1821-2-B)
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of Flotow, La Boheme of Puccini, Der Zigeunerbaron of Johann Strauss. Conductors: Willy Czernik, Kurt Striegler, Rudolf Kempe. With singers as Robert Burg, Kurt Böhme, Martha Fuchs, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Margarete Teschemacher
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of... read more >
Set of 5 playbills Semperoper Dresden and Opera Leipzig, 1941-1943. Tiefland of Eugen d’Albert, Il trovatore of Verdi, Marta of Flotow, La Boheme of Puccini, Der Zigeunerbaron of Johann Strauss. Conductors: Willy Czernik, Kurt Striegler, Rudolf Kempe. With singers as Robert Burg, Kurt Böhme, Martha Fuchs, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Margarete Teschemacher

(Item #: S3805-G14B)
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and 1962. The 1949 program has 14 pages plus covers, signed on the program page, size is 6 x 8.75 inches. The 1962 program has 4 pages, signed on page 3, size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches. Both in very good condition.  NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and... read more >
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and 1962. The 1949 program has 14 pages plus covers, signed on the program page, size is 6 x 8.75 inches. The 1962 program has 4 pages, signed on page 3, size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches. Both in very good condition.  NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of two concert programs signed by the...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: S3805-G14B)
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and 1962. The 1949 program has 14 pages plus covers, signed on the program page, size is 6 x 8.75 inches. The 1962 program has 4 pages, signed on page 3, size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches. Both in very good condition.  NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and... read more >
Set of two concert programs signed by the English tenor, both at the Town Hall, New York, in 1949 and 1962. The 1949 program has 14 pages plus covers, signed on the program page, size is 6 x 8.75 inches. The 1962 program has 4 pages, signed on page 3, size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches. Both in very good condition.  NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.

(Item #: B1790-2-B)
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the composer. The opera Das Spiel von Job was considered as the Nazi´s party national opera and performed on many political occasions, 4 pages plus covers, good condition, 5.75 x 8.25 inches
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the... read more >
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the composer. The opera Das Spiel von Job was considered as the Nazi´s party national opera and performed on many political occasions, 4 pages plus covers, good condition, 5.75 x 8.25 inches
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: B1790-2-B)
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the composer. The opera Das Spiel von Job was considered as the Nazi´s party national opera and performed on many political occasions, 4 pages plus covers, good condition, 5.75 x 8.25 inches
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the... read more >
Program of Das Spiel von Job dem Deutschen of Werner Egk. Cologne, National Festival 16-22 November 1933. Conducted by the composer. The opera Das Spiel von Job was considered as the Nazi´s party national opera and performed on many political occasions, 4 pages plus covers, good condition, 5.75 x 8.25 inches

(Item #: H1858-L12A)
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast is on page 3 (see scans), soft covers, 114 pages, 5.8 x 7.8 inches, spotted rust on covers and overall age tone, in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast... read more >
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast is on page 3 (see scans), soft covers, 114 pages, 5.8 x 7.8 inches, spotted rust on covers and overall age tone, in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of...

$295.00 USD

(Item #: H1858-L12A)
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast is on page 3 (see scans), soft covers, 114 pages, 5.8 x 7.8 inches, spotted rust on covers and overall age tone, in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast... read more >
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performance of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast is on page 3 (see scans), soft covers, 114 pages, 5.8 x 7.8 inches, spotted rust on covers and overall age tone, in very good condition.

(Item #: H1804-L6)
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast that just a few months earlier (Oct 22nd, 1883) opened the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, in the first performance of the company ever. This is the Italian Opera Company, managed by Henry Abbey and Maurice Grau, on tour. Cast includes Christine Nilsson, Campanini, Novara, Del Puente, Scalchi, Lablache, with Vianesi and Campanini as conductors.  Four pages, 10.25 x 13.9 inches, see scans of pages 1 and 4, damage on the spine/joint section since this program was apparently bound in a volume, otherwise in very good condition.  
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast... read more >
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast that just a few months earlier (Oct 22nd, 1883) opened the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, in the first performance of the company ever. This is the Italian Opera Company, managed by Henry Abbey and Maurice Grau, on tour. Cast includes Christine Nilsson, Campanini, Novara, Del Puente, Scalchi, Lablache, with Vianesi and Campanini as conductors.  Four pages, 10.25 x 13.9 inches, see scans of pages 1 and 4, damage on the spine/joint section since this program was apparently bound in a volume, otherwise in very good condition.  
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust,...

$85.00 USD

(Item #: H1804-L6)
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast that just a few months earlier (Oct 22nd, 1883) opened the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, in the first performance of the company ever. This is the Italian Opera Company, managed by Henry Abbey and Maurice Grau, on tour. Cast includes Christine Nilsson, Campanini, Novara, Del Puente, Scalchi, Lablache, with Vianesi and Campanini as conductors.  Four pages, 10.25 x 13.9 inches, see scans of pages 1 and 4, damage on the spine/joint section since this program was apparently bound in a volume, otherwise in very good condition.  
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast... read more >
Original vintage program for a performance of Faust, Feb 25th, 1884, at National Theatre, Washington DC, with the same cast that just a few months earlier (Oct 22nd, 1883) opened the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, in the first performance of the company ever. This is the Italian Opera Company, managed by Henry Abbey and Maurice Grau, on tour. Cast includes Christine Nilsson, Campanini, Novara, Del Puente, Scalchi, Lablache, with Vianesi and Campanini as conductors.  Four pages, 10.25 x 13.9 inches, see scans of pages 1 and 4, damage on the spine/joint section since this program was apparently bound in a volume, otherwise in very good condition.  

(Item #: B1493-17-11)
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz, Strauss, Beethoven, Wolf, Wagner
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz,... read more >
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz, Strauss, Beethoven, Wolf, Wagner
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: B1493-17-11)
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz, Strauss, Beethoven, Wolf, Wagner
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz,... read more >
Fritz Feinhals, the German baritone, recital with the Kurhaus Orchestra in Wiesbaden, 1904. Conductor: Louis Lustner. Sings music by Berlioz, Strauss, Beethoven, Wolf, Wagner

(Item #: M4514-CL1)
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, in very good condition.
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career.... read more >
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, in very good condition.
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall,...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: M4514-CL1)
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, in very good condition.
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career.... read more >
Full program for a recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, by the famous soprano at the end of her career. Size is 7.5 x 10 inches, in very good condition.

(Item #: M2431-G1-3)
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and Maria Llacer as Aida, on June 19th, 1925. Size is 5.6 x 12.25 inches, folds on corners, rust stain on border, in very good condition.
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and... read more >
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and Maria Llacer as Aida, on June 19th, 1925. Size is 5.6 x 12.25 inches, folds on corners, rust stain on border, in very good condition.
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: M2431-G1-3)
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and Maria Llacer as Aida, on June 19th, 1925. Size is 5.6 x 12.25 inches, folds on corners, rust stain on border, in very good condition.
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and... read more >
Playbill announcement for a performance of Aida at Teatro-Circo Villar, Murcia, Spain, with famous tenor Miguel Fleta as Radames and Maria Llacer as Aida, on June 19th, 1925. Size is 5.6 x 12.25 inches, folds on corners, rust stain on border, in very good condition.

(Item #: H1923-L3D)
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux, with 2 early performances of two rare operas by French composer Henri Hirschmann (1872-1961). Eight of the programs are for opera performances, last one is for a concert with the Concertgebouw Orchestra under the baton of W. Mengelberg in Paris, 1924, playing Bach´s Oratorio "St. Matthew´s Passion". Full programs with all pages and covers, sizes range from 5.6 x 9.3 inches to 8 x 10.6 inches, a few covers are lose, but all in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux,... read more >
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux, with 2 early performances of two rare operas by French composer Henri Hirschmann (1872-1961). Eight of the programs are for opera performances, last one is for a concert with the Concertgebouw Orchestra under the baton of W. Mengelberg in Paris, 1924, playing Bach´s Oratorio "St. Matthew´s Passion". Full programs with all pages and covers, sizes range from 5.6 x 9.3 inches to 8 x 10.6 inches, a few covers are lose, but all in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: H1923-L3D)
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux, with 2 early performances of two rare operas by French composer Henri Hirschmann (1872-1961). Eight of the programs are for opera performances, last one is for a concert with the Concertgebouw Orchestra under the baton of W. Mengelberg in Paris, 1924, playing Bach´s Oratorio "St. Matthew´s Passion". Full programs with all pages and covers, sizes range from 5.6 x 9.3 inches to 8 x 10.6 inches, a few covers are lose, but all in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux,... read more >
Nice collection of 10 full programs for opera and oratorio performances 1905-1924, in different French theaters, including Paris and Bordeaux, with 2 early performances of two rare operas by French composer Henri Hirschmann (1872-1961). Eight of the programs are for opera performances, last one is for a concert with the Concertgebouw Orchestra under the baton of W. Mengelberg in Paris, 1924, playing Bach´s Oratorio "St. Matthew´s Passion". Full programs with all pages and covers, sizes range from 5.6 x 9.3 inches to 8 x 10.6 inches, a few covers are lose, but all in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: M1831)
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through December, 1888) at Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, with the Italian Opera Company. A total of 4 pages, 8.7 x 12.75 inches, central fold, some cracks, in very good condition.
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through... read more >
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through December, 1888) at Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, with the Italian Opera Company. A total of 4 pages, 8.7 x 12.75 inches, central fold, some cracks, in very good condition.
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian...

$150.00 USD

(Item #: M1831)
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through December, 1888) at Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, with the Italian Opera Company. A total of 4 pages, 8.7 x 12.75 inches, central fold, some cracks, in very good condition.
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through... read more >
Larger size playbill announcing that star tenor Julian Gayarre will be performing during a period of 2 months (October through December, 1888) at Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, with the Italian Opera Company. A total of 4 pages, 8.7 x 12.75 inches, central fold, some cracks, in very good condition.

(Item #: M0997-R5-5)
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with the presence of the composer. Tenor Mario Sammarco performs. Excellent condition, size is 6.5 x 14 inches
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with... read more >
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with the presence of the composer. Tenor Mario Sammarco performs. Excellent condition, size is 6.5 x 14 inches
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of...

$195.00 USD

(Item #: M0997-R5-5)
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with the presence of the composer. Tenor Mario Sammarco performs. Excellent condition, size is 6.5 x 14 inches
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with... read more >
Playbill announcement for a very early performance of Germania by Alberto Franchetti in March 1903, first representation in Rome, with the presence of the composer. Tenor Mario Sammarco performs. Excellent condition, size is 6.5 x 14 inches

(Item #: N1662-CL-F2)
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. read more >
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: N1662-CL-F2)
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. read more >
Sings music by Cilea, Puccini, Verdi, Curran, Carnevali, Bixio and others, 6 x 9 inches, in very good 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 #: M2482-G1-4)
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington Opera, November 15th, 1986, with Placido Domingo in the title role.  Luxurious program with 48 pages plus covers, wonderful articles and illustrations, 8.5 x 11 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington... read more >
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington Opera, November 15th, 1986, with Placido Domingo in the title role.  Luxurious program with 48 pages plus covers, wonderful articles and illustrations, 8.5 x 11 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program with all pages and covers for...

$70.00 USD

(Item #: M2482-G1-4)
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington Opera, November 15th, 1986, with Placido Domingo in the title role.  Luxurious program with 48 pages plus covers, wonderful articles and illustrations, 8.5 x 11 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington... read more >
Full program with all pages and covers for the world premiere performance of this opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, Washington Opera, November 15th, 1986, with Placido Domingo in the title role.  Luxurious program with 48 pages plus covers, wonderful articles and illustrations, 8.5 x 11 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: H1653-L9A)
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over 200 years of history.  Small collection of 29 programs for opera performances, all between 1918-1948, complete with all pages and covers. Some important performers, most are 7.6 x 10.5 inches, some have pencil markings that can be easily erased, in good to excellent condition. See pictures of one of the covers and all the central (cast) pages. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only. 
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over... read more >
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over 200 years of history.  Small collection of 29 programs for opera performances, all between 1918-1948, complete with all pages and covers. Some important performers, most are 7.6 x 10.5 inches, some have pencil markings that can be easily erased, in good to excellent condition. See pictures of one of the covers and all the central (cast) pages. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only. 
One of the most important theaters in France and...

$165.00 USD

(Item #: H1653-L9A)
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over 200 years of history.  Small collection of 29 programs for opera performances, all between 1918-1948, complete with all pages and covers. Some important performers, most are 7.6 x 10.5 inches, some have pencil markings that can be easily erased, in good to excellent condition. See pictures of one of the covers and all the central (cast) pages. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only. 
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over... read more >
One of the most important theaters in France and Europe, and hosting the Opera National de Lyon, the Grand Theatre has over 200 years of history.  Small collection of 29 programs for opera performances, all between 1918-1948, complete with all pages and covers. Some important performers, most are 7.6 x 10.5 inches, some have pencil markings that can be easily erased, in good to excellent condition. See pictures of one of the covers and all the central (cast) pages. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only. 

(Item #: M4689-W1D)
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca. the 1850s), mounted on hard cardboard (removable).  Total size is 8.25 x 14.25 inches, playbill size is 5.25 x 10.7 inches (visible window size), rust on edges, very fragile brittle paper, in overall very good condition.
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca.... read more >
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca. the 1850s), mounted on hard cardboard (removable).  Total size is 8.25 x 14.25 inches, playbill size is 5.25 x 10.7 inches (visible window size), rust on edges, very fragile brittle paper, in overall very good condition.
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma...

$150.00 USD

(Item #: M4689-W1D)
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca. the 1850s), mounted on hard cardboard (removable).  Total size is 8.25 x 14.25 inches, playbill size is 5.25 x 10.7 inches (visible window size), rust on edges, very fragile brittle paper, in overall very good condition.
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca.... read more >
Playbill advertisement for two performances of Bellini's Norma at the Metropolitan Theater, New York, on February 16th and 19th, (ca. the 1850s), mounted on hard cardboard (removable).  Total size is 8.25 x 14.25 inches, playbill size is 5.25 x 10.7 inches (visible window size), rust on edges, very fragile brittle paper, in overall very good condition.

(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 #: GA8994-GX268A)
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die königin von Saba, La Traviata, Lohengrin, Manon, Mignon, Tannhäuser, Il Trovatore and some others during 1900.  Size for each one is 8.25 x 10.75 inches, minor edge toning on borders, all in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die... read more >
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die königin von Saba, La Traviata, Lohengrin, Manon, Mignon, Tannhäuser, Il Trovatore and some others during 1900.  Size for each one is 8.25 x 10.75 inches, minor edge toning on borders, all in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances...

$150.00 USD

(Item #: GA8994-GX268A)
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die königin von Saba, La Traviata, Lohengrin, Manon, Mignon, Tannhäuser, Il Trovatore and some others during 1900.  Size for each one is 8.25 x 10.75 inches, minor edge toning on borders, all in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die... read more >
Set of 19 vintage playbills for opera performances of Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana, Der fliegende Höllander, Die Fledermaus, Margarethe (Faust), Fidelio, Die königin von Saba, La Traviata, Lohengrin, Manon, Mignon, Tannhäuser, Il Trovatore and some others during 1900.  Size for each one is 8.25 x 10.75 inches, minor edge toning on borders, all in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.

(Item #: H1859-L12A)
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere of this opera by Bellini. Cast includes 2 female singers in the title roles of Romeo and Giulietta, 36 numbered pages, covers are missing, 3.6 x 6 inches, in very good condition.
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere... read more >
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere of this opera by Bellini. Cast includes 2 female singers in the title roles of Romeo and Giulietta, 36 numbered pages, covers are missing, 3.6 x 6 inches, in very good condition.
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro...

$260.00 USD

(Item #: H1859-L12A)
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere of this opera by Bellini. Cast includes 2 female singers in the title roles of Romeo and Giulietta, 36 numbered pages, covers are missing, 3.6 x 6 inches, in very good condition.
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere... read more >
Vintage, original program for a performance at Teatro Filarmonico, Verona, in 1832, just 2 years after the 1830 world premiere of this opera by Bellini. Cast includes 2 female singers in the title roles of Romeo and Giulietta, 36 numbered pages, covers are missing, 3.6 x 6 inches, in very good condition.

(Item #: GA8988-GX267)
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare Badiali as Francesco Foscari.  Performance included the ballet "La Figlia dell'Oro" by Luigi Astolfi.  Size is 15.75 x 11.75 inches, minor wrinkles and folds, in overall very good condition.
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare... read more >
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare Badiali as Francesco Foscari.  Performance included the ballet "La Figlia dell'Oro" by Luigi Astolfi.  Size is 15.75 x 11.75 inches, minor wrinkles and folds, in overall very good condition.
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's...

$250.00 USD

(Item #: GA8988-GX267)
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare Badiali as Francesco Foscari.  Performance included the ballet "La Figlia dell'Oro" by Luigi Astolfi.  Size is 15.75 x 11.75 inches, minor wrinkles and folds, in overall very good condition.
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare... read more >
Original playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's I Due Foscari at Teatro La Fenice, February 11th, 1847, with Cesare Badiali as Francesco Foscari.  Performance included the ballet "La Figlia dell'Oro" by Luigi Astolfi.  Size is 15.75 x 11.75 inches, minor wrinkles and folds, in overall very good condition.

(Item #: B0938-7-A)
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned as usual in the 19th century, but it concerns Hans Richter. A repaired crack, otherwise in very good condition.
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned... read more >
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned as usual in the 19th century, but it concerns Hans Richter. A repaired crack, otherwise in very good condition.
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B0938-7-A)
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned as usual in the 19th century, but it concerns Hans Richter. A repaired crack, otherwise in very good condition.
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned... read more >
Program May 1st, 1888 Playbill Lohengrin (Wagner) Lola Beeth - Amalie Materna. Playbill 25 x 19,5 cm. Conductor not mentioned as usual in the 19th century, but it concerns Hans Richter. A repaired crack, otherwise in very good condition.

(Item #: B0453-4)
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann, Erik Schmedes, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Grete Forst, Richard Mayr, Alexander Haydter, Julius Betetto, Artur Preuss. Conductor: Bruno Walter
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann,... read more >
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann, Erik Schmedes, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Grete Forst, Richard Mayr, Alexander Haydter, Julius Betetto, Artur Preuss. Conductor: Bruno Walter
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: B0453-4)
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann, Erik Schmedes, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Grete Forst, Richard Mayr, Alexander Haydter, Julius Betetto, Artur Preuss. Conductor: Bruno Walter
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann,... read more >
Playbill for the world premiere of this opera by Julius Bittner - Size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Friedrich Weidemann, Erik Schmedes, Marie Gutheil-Schoder, Grete Forst, Richard Mayr, Alexander Haydter, Julius Betetto, Artur Preuss. Conductor: Bruno Walter

(Item #: B0523-4)
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select playbill in the pull down menu below. William Tell - May 2nd, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Fritz Schrodter, Benedikt Felix, Louise Kaulich, Margarete Michalek, Wilhelm Hesch, Frances Saville, Franz Pacal, Anton Schittenhelm (Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Robert Le Diable - Apr 23rd, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Irene Abendroth, Sophie Sedlmair, Franz Pacal, Ferdinand Marian, August Schittenhelm, Viktor Schmitt,. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Hans Heiling - Apr 6th, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Franz Naval, Benedikt Felix, Viktor Schmitt, Edyth Walker, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Tannhauser - Apr 2nd, 1899: Karl Grenng, Wilhelm Elsner, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Fritz Schrodter, Ferdinand Marian, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Cavalleria-Pagliacci-Kunstlerlist - Jan 5th,1899: Cavalleria: Louise Ehrenstein, Elise Elizza, Franz Neidl, Leopold Demuth (Conductor: Joseph Hellmesberger) added in pencil. Pagliacci: Schrodter, Elizza, Demuth, Bacal, Neidl. Kunstlerlist: Gironi, Rathner, etc Die Walkure - Feb 15th, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Theodor Reichmann, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Edyth Walker, Jenny Pohlner, Lola Beeth, Louise Kalich. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Siegfried - Feb 17th, 1899: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Edyth Walker, Viktor Schmitt, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Der Trompeter von Sakkingen - Mar 13th, 1899: Leopold Demuth, Willibald Horwitz, Viktor Schmitt, Franz von Reichenberg, Louise Kaulich, Lola Beeth, Ferdinand Marian, August Stoll, Marie Erich. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, added in pencil Lohengrin - Mar 19th, 1899: Karl Grengg, Hermann Wilkelmann, Louise Ehrenstein, Theodor Reichmann, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Benedikt Felix, Franz Pacal, etc. Conductor: Hans Richter, added in pencil  Tannhauser - Dec 22nd, 1899: Moritz Frauscher, Hermann Winkelmann, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Artur Preuss, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil    
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select... read more >
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select playbill in the pull down menu below. William Tell - May 2nd, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Fritz Schrodter, Benedikt Felix, Louise Kaulich, Margarete Michalek, Wilhelm Hesch, Frances Saville, Franz Pacal, Anton Schittenhelm (Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Robert Le Diable - Apr 23rd, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Irene Abendroth, Sophie Sedlmair, Franz Pacal, Ferdinand Marian, August Schittenhelm, Viktor Schmitt,. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Hans Heiling - Apr 6th, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Franz Naval, Benedikt Felix, Viktor Schmitt, Edyth Walker, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Tannhauser - Apr 2nd, 1899: Karl Grenng, Wilhelm Elsner, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Fritz Schrodter, Ferdinand Marian, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Cavalleria-Pagliacci-Kunstlerlist - Jan 5th,1899: Cavalleria: Louise Ehrenstein, Elise Elizza, Franz Neidl, Leopold Demuth (Conductor: Joseph Hellmesberger) added in pencil. Pagliacci: Schrodter, Elizza, Demuth, Bacal, Neidl. Kunstlerlist: Gironi, Rathner, etc Die Walkure - Feb 15th, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Theodor Reichmann, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Edyth Walker, Jenny Pohlner, Lola Beeth, Louise Kalich. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Siegfried - Feb 17th, 1899: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Edyth Walker, Viktor Schmitt, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Der Trompeter von Sakkingen - Mar 13th, 1899: Leopold Demuth, Willibald Horwitz, Viktor Schmitt, Franz von Reichenberg, Louise Kaulich, Lola Beeth, Ferdinand Marian, August Stoll, Marie Erich. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, added in pencil Lohengrin - Mar 19th, 1899: Karl Grengg, Hermann Wilkelmann, Louise Ehrenstein, Theodor Reichmann, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Benedikt Felix, Franz Pacal, etc. Conductor: Hans Richter, added in pencil  Tannhauser - Dec 22nd, 1899: Moritz Frauscher, Hermann Winkelmann, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Artur Preuss, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil    
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5...

$70.00 USD

(Item #: B0523-4)
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select playbill in the pull down menu below. William Tell - May 2nd, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Fritz Schrodter, Benedikt Felix, Louise Kaulich, Margarete Michalek, Wilhelm Hesch, Frances Saville, Franz Pacal, Anton Schittenhelm (Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Robert Le Diable - Apr 23rd, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Irene Abendroth, Sophie Sedlmair, Franz Pacal, Ferdinand Marian, August Schittenhelm, Viktor Schmitt,. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Hans Heiling - Apr 6th, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Franz Naval, Benedikt Felix, Viktor Schmitt, Edyth Walker, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Tannhauser - Apr 2nd, 1899: Karl Grenng, Wilhelm Elsner, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Fritz Schrodter, Ferdinand Marian, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Cavalleria-Pagliacci-Kunstlerlist - Jan 5th,1899: Cavalleria: Louise Ehrenstein, Elise Elizza, Franz Neidl, Leopold Demuth (Conductor: Joseph Hellmesberger) added in pencil. Pagliacci: Schrodter, Elizza, Demuth, Bacal, Neidl. Kunstlerlist: Gironi, Rathner, etc Die Walkure - Feb 15th, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Theodor Reichmann, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Edyth Walker, Jenny Pohlner, Lola Beeth, Louise Kalich. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Siegfried - Feb 17th, 1899: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Edyth Walker, Viktor Schmitt, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Der Trompeter von Sakkingen - Mar 13th, 1899: Leopold Demuth, Willibald Horwitz, Viktor Schmitt, Franz von Reichenberg, Louise Kaulich, Lola Beeth, Ferdinand Marian, August Stoll, Marie Erich. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, added in pencil Lohengrin - Mar 19th, 1899: Karl Grengg, Hermann Wilkelmann, Louise Ehrenstein, Theodor Reichmann, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Benedikt Felix, Franz Pacal, etc. Conductor: Hans Richter, added in pencil  Tannhauser - Dec 22nd, 1899: Moritz Frauscher, Hermann Winkelmann, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Artur Preuss, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil    
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select... read more >
10 playbills, 1 page, size 9 x 11.5 inches - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - Click on thumbnails to see scans, select playbill in the pull down menu below. William Tell - May 2nd, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Fritz Schrodter, Benedikt Felix, Louise Kaulich, Margarete Michalek, Wilhelm Hesch, Frances Saville, Franz Pacal, Anton Schittenhelm (Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Robert Le Diable - Apr 23rd, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Irene Abendroth, Sophie Sedlmair, Franz Pacal, Ferdinand Marian, August Schittenhelm, Viktor Schmitt,. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs) added in pencil Hans Heiling - Apr 6th, 1899: Theodor Reichmann, Ellen Brandt-Forster, Franz Naval, Benedikt Felix, Viktor Schmitt, Edyth Walker, Louise Kalich (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Tannhauser - Apr 2nd, 1899: Karl Grenng, Wilhelm Elsner, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Fritz Schrodter, Ferdinand Marian, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Cavalleria-Pagliacci-Kunstlerlist - Jan 5th,1899: Cavalleria: Louise Ehrenstein, Elise Elizza, Franz Neidl, Leopold Demuth (Conductor: Joseph Hellmesberger) added in pencil. Pagliacci: Schrodter, Elizza, Demuth, Bacal, Neidl. Kunstlerlist: Gironi, Rathner, etc Die Walkure - Feb 15th, 1899: Hermann Winkelmann, Franz von Reichenberg, Theodor Reichmann, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Edyth Walker, Jenny Pohlner, Lola Beeth, Louise Kalich. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Siegfried - Feb 17th, 1899: Erik Schmedes, Sophie Sedlmair, Leopold Demuth, Edyth Walker, Viktor Schmitt, Josef Ritter, Wilhelm Hesch, Margarete Michalek (Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil Der Trompeter von Sakkingen - Mar 13th, 1899: Leopold Demuth, Willibald Horwitz, Viktor Schmitt, Franz von Reichenberg, Louise Kaulich, Lola Beeth, Ferdinand Marian, August Stoll, Marie Erich. Conductor : Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, added in pencil Lohengrin - Mar 19th, 1899: Karl Grengg, Hermann Wilkelmann, Louise Ehrenstein, Theodor Reichmann, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Benedikt Felix, Franz Pacal, etc. Conductor: Hans Richter, added in pencil  Tannhauser - Dec 22nd, 1899: Moritz Frauscher, Hermann Winkelmann, Theodor Reichmann, Franz Pacal, Gerhard Stehmann, Artur Preuss, Sophie Sedlmair, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Elisa Elizza,. Conductor : Hans Richter) added in pencil    

(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 #: H1315-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz Busch, John Barbirolli, Guido Cantelli, Ferenc Fricsay, and others. Soloists:  cellist Pierre Fournier, pianist Claudio Arrau, pianist Robert Casadesus, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violinist Nathan Milstein, violinist William Primrose, pianist Clifford Curzon, Le Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo, soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, tenor Peter Pears violinist Emil Telmanyi, soprano Victoria de los  Angeles, composer Benjamin Britten, and others.  53 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz Busch, John Barbirolli, Guido Cantelli, Ferenc Fricsay, and others. Soloists:  cellist Pierre Fournier, pianist Claudio Arrau, pianist Robert Casadesus, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violinist Nathan Milstein, violinist William Primrose, pianist Clifford Curzon, Le Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo, soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, tenor Peter Pears violinist Emil Telmanyi, soprano Victoria de los  Angeles, composer Benjamin Britten, and others.  53 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H1315-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz Busch, John Barbirolli, Guido Cantelli, Ferenc Fricsay, and others. Soloists:  cellist Pierre Fournier, pianist Claudio Arrau, pianist Robert Casadesus, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violinist Nathan Milstein, violinist William Primrose, pianist Clifford Curzon, Le Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo, soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, tenor Peter Pears violinist Emil Telmanyi, soprano Victoria de los  Angeles, composer Benjamin Britten, and others.  53 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Victor de Sabata, Fritz Busch, John Barbirolli, Guido Cantelli, Ferenc Fricsay, and others. Soloists:  cellist Pierre Fournier, pianist Claudio Arrau, pianist Robert Casadesus, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violinist Nathan Milstein, violinist William Primrose, pianist Clifford Curzon, Le Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo, soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, tenor Peter Pears violinist Emil Telmanyi, soprano Victoria de los  Angeles, composer Benjamin Britten, and others.  53 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.

(Item #: H1316-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind, John Barbirolli, Fritz Busch and others. Soloists:  violinist Ida Haendel, oboist Leon Goosens, pianist Myra Hess, cellist Leonard Rose, violinist Zino Francescatti, pianist Robert Casadesus, pianist Solomon, pianist Rudolf Serkin, violinist Gioconda de Vito, soprano Victoria de los Angeles, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violist George Alexander, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet and others. 57 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind,... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind, John Barbirolli, Fritz Busch and others. Soloists:  violinist Ida Haendel, oboist Leon Goosens, pianist Myra Hess, cellist Leonard Rose, violinist Zino Francescatti, pianist Robert Casadesus, pianist Solomon, pianist Rudolf Serkin, violinist Gioconda de Vito, soprano Victoria de los Angeles, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violist George Alexander, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet and others. 57 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H1316-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind, John Barbirolli, Fritz Busch and others. Soloists:  violinist Ida Haendel, oboist Leon Goosens, pianist Myra Hess, cellist Leonard Rose, violinist Zino Francescatti, pianist Robert Casadesus, pianist Solomon, pianist Rudolf Serkin, violinist Gioconda de Vito, soprano Victoria de los Angeles, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violist George Alexander, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet and others. 57 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind,... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Adrian Boult, Walter Susskind, John Barbirolli, Fritz Busch and others. Soloists:  violinist Ida Haendel, oboist Leon Goosens, pianist Myra Hess, cellist Leonard Rose, violinist Zino Francescatti, pianist Robert Casadesus, pianist Solomon, pianist Rudolf Serkin, violinist Gioconda de Vito, soprano Victoria de los Angeles, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, violist George Alexander, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet and others. 57 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.

(Item #: H1319-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael Kubelik, John Barbirolli, Joseph Keilberth, Leopold Ludwig, Georg Solti, John Pritchard, Karl Munchinger, and others. Soloists: pianist Clifford Curzon, cellist Pierre Fournier, violinist Zino Francescatti, violinist Josef Szigeti, violist William Primrose, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet , The New York City Ballet, the Grand Ballet de Marquis de Cuevas, and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael Kubelik, John Barbirolli, Joseph Keilberth, Leopold Ludwig, Georg Solti, John Pritchard, Karl Munchinger, and others. Soloists: pianist Clifford Curzon, cellist Pierre Fournier, violinist Zino Francescatti, violinist Josef Szigeti, violist William Primrose, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet , The New York City Ballet, the Grand Ballet de Marquis de Cuevas, and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H1319-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael Kubelik, John Barbirolli, Joseph Keilberth, Leopold Ludwig, Georg Solti, John Pritchard, Karl Munchinger, and others. Soloists: pianist Clifford Curzon, cellist Pierre Fournier, violinist Zino Francescatti, violinist Josef Szigeti, violist William Primrose, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet , The New York City Ballet, the Grand Ballet de Marquis de Cuevas, and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Thomas Beecham, Vittorio Gui, Eduard Van Beinum, Rafael Kubelik, John Barbirolli, Joseph Keilberth, Leopold Ludwig, Georg Solti, John Pritchard, Karl Munchinger, and others. Soloists: pianist Clifford Curzon, cellist Pierre Fournier, violinist Zino Francescatti, violinist Josef Szigeti, violist William Primrose, contralto Kathleen Ferrier, baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, The Sadler´s Wells Ballet , The New York City Ballet, the Grand Ballet de Marquis de Cuevas, and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.

(Item #: H1317-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali, Malcolm Sargent, Herbert von Karajan, Adrian Boult, John Pritchard and others.   Soloists: violinist Gioconda de Vito, violinist Isaac Stern, pianist Solomon, soprano Eleanor Steber, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, violist William Primrose, The American National Ballet Theater, The Sadler´s Wells Theatre Ballet, Spanish dancer Pilar Lopez, Virtuosi di Roma and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali,... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali, Malcolm Sargent, Herbert von Karajan, Adrian Boult, John Pritchard and others.   Soloists: violinist Gioconda de Vito, violinist Isaac Stern, pianist Solomon, soprano Eleanor Steber, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, violist William Primrose, The American National Ballet Theater, The Sadler´s Wells Theatre Ballet, Spanish dancer Pilar Lopez, Virtuosi di Roma and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H1317-L3)
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali, Malcolm Sargent, Herbert von Karajan, Adrian Boult, John Pritchard and others.   Soloists: violinist Gioconda de Vito, violinist Isaac Stern, pianist Solomon, soprano Eleanor Steber, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, violist William Primrose, The American National Ballet Theater, The Sadler´s Wells Theatre Ballet, Spanish dancer Pilar Lopez, Virtuosi di Roma and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali,... read more >
Full program for this festival, with all pages and covers. Performers include conductors Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Vittorio Gui, Fernando Previtali, Malcolm Sargent, Herbert von Karajan, Adrian Boult, John Pritchard and others.   Soloists: violinist Gioconda de Vito, violinist Isaac Stern, pianist Solomon, soprano Eleanor Steber, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, violist William Primrose, The American National Ballet Theater, The Sadler´s Wells Theatre Ballet, Spanish dancer Pilar Lopez, Virtuosi di Roma and others. 58 numbered pages plus extras, covers, 7.3 x 10.1 inches, in very good condition. See scans of the most important pages.

(Item #: B1313-20-8)
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement of 11.-12. November 1892. Arthur Nikisch. Soloist : Timothee Adamowski. Saint Saens, Ernst‚ Humperdinck‚ Beethoven. 36 pages, full program with all pages and covers, excellent condition, many illustrations
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement... read more >
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement of 11.-12. November 1892. Arthur Nikisch. Soloist : Timothee Adamowski. Saint Saens, Ernst‚ Humperdinck‚ Beethoven. 36 pages, full program with all pages and covers, excellent condition, many illustrations
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor :...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: B1313-20-8)
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement of 11.-12. November 1892. Arthur Nikisch. Soloist : Timothee Adamowski. Saint Saens, Ernst‚ Humperdinck‚ Beethoven. 36 pages, full program with all pages and covers, excellent condition, many illustrations
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement... read more >
Emma Juch concert program, October 1892, conductor : Arthur Nikisch. Dvorak‚ Weber, Scharwenka‚ Liszt ‚ Gade. Inside full page announcement of 11.-12. November 1892. Arthur Nikisch. Soloist : Timothee Adamowski. Saint Saens, Ernst‚ Humperdinck‚ Beethoven. 36 pages, full program with all pages and covers, excellent condition, many illustrations

(Item #: S4596-G29I)
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include Jon Vickers, Grace Bumbry, Peter Schreier, Walter Berry, Herman Prey, Reri Grist, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Sena Jurinac among many others. Plot summaries for each opera in both German and English. Includes fold-out chart of seating structure for the theatre. In excellent condition. 
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include... read more >
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include Jon Vickers, Grace Bumbry, Peter Schreier, Walter Berry, Herman Prey, Reri Grist, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Sena Jurinac among many others. Plot summaries for each opera in both German and English. Includes fold-out chart of seating structure for the theatre. In excellent condition. 
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: S4596-G29I)
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include Jon Vickers, Grace Bumbry, Peter Schreier, Walter Berry, Herman Prey, Reri Grist, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Sena Jurinac among many others. Plot summaries for each opera in both German and English. Includes fold-out chart of seating structure for the theatre. In excellent condition. 
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include... read more >
Salzburg Festival 1967, full festival program with complete performance details. Herbert von Karajan, Karl Bohm, and Zubin Mehta among the conductors, Singers include Jon Vickers, Grace Bumbry, Peter Schreier, Walter Berry, Herman Prey, Reri Grist, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Sena Jurinac among many others. Plot summaries for each opera in both German and English. Includes fold-out chart of seating structure for the theatre. In excellent condition. 

(Item #: M4793-OS11B-4)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper,...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: M4793-OS11B-4)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-42, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.

(Item #: M4792-OS11B-3)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper,...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: M4792-OS11B-3)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1941-44, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.

(Item #: M4791-OS11B-2)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper,...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: M4791-OS11B-2)
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert... read more >
Group of 8 playbills from the Berlin Staats-Oper, 1942, each one includes an announcement for an upcoming performance with Herbert von Karajan, either opera or orchestral concert. Large size playbills, each one being 33.25 x 11.75 inches, in fragile paper, some show minor cracks or problems, in overall very good to excellent condition.

(Item #: GA5149-GX036B)
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the legendary conductor in 1962. Each program has four pages and each one's size is 5 x 8.6 inches, in excellent condition.
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the... read more >
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the legendary conductor in 1962. Each program has four pages and each one's size is 5 x 8.6 inches, in excellent condition.
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: GA5149-GX036B)
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the legendary conductor in 1962. Each program has four pages and each one's size is 5 x 8.6 inches, in excellent condition.
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the... read more >
Lot of 8 unsigned programs for performances of operas by Verdi, Mozart and Wagner at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by the legendary conductor in 1962. Each program has four pages and each one's size is 5 x 8.6 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: S2120-Bx22-4)
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The 1959 program includes a ticket stub. Each one is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, full program, in very good condition.
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The... read more >
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The 1959 program includes a ticket stub. Each one is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, full program, in very good condition.
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: S2120-Bx22-4)
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The 1959 program includes a ticket stub. Each one is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, full program, in very good condition.
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The... read more >
Group of 3 programs for opera performances at the Salzburg Festival, 1958 and 1959, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. The 1959 program includes a ticket stub. Each one is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, full program, in very good condition.

(Item #: H1725-L16B)
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, 1959. A fund raiser concert for cancer research, with Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. A total of 12 pages plus covers, 9 x 11.8 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New... read more >
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, 1959. A fund raiser concert for cancer research, with Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. A total of 12 pages plus covers, 9 x 11.8 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program for a concert celebrating the music...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: H1725-L16B)
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, 1959. A fund raiser concert for cancer research, with Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. A total of 12 pages plus covers, 9 x 11.8 inches, in excellent condition.
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New... read more >
Full program for a concert celebrating the music of Richard Strauss, Vienna Opera Ball, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, 1959. A fund raiser concert for cancer research, with Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. A total of 12 pages plus covers, 9 x 11.8 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: B2485-18-6)
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6 x 8.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6... read more >
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6 x 8.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State...

$30.00 USD

(Item #: B2485-18-6)
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6 x 8.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6... read more >
Group of 4 programs for the Berlin State Opera, 1931-1934, with Erich Kleiber conducting opera, various casts, all complete 6 x 8.75 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: H0056-G19)
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full programs, with all pages and covers, all different music but all performances with famous conductor Erich Kleiber at the podium. Each program is 6.25 x 9 inches in size, in very good condition. See cans.
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full... read more >
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full programs, with all pages and covers, all different music but all performances with famous conductor Erich Kleiber at the podium. Each program is 6.25 x 9 inches in size, in very good condition. See cans.
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances,...

$95.00 USD

(Item #: H0056-G19)
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full programs, with all pages and covers, all different music but all performances with famous conductor Erich Kleiber at the podium. Each program is 6.25 x 9 inches in size, in very good condition. See cans.
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full... read more >
Group of 24 programs for opera  and concert performances, mostly at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1927 and 1952. Full programs, with all pages and covers, all different music but all performances with famous conductor Erich Kleiber at the podium. Each program is 6.25 x 9 inches in size, in very good condition. See cans.

(Item #: S2117-Bx23-3)
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size is 5.8 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition.
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size... read more >
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size is 5.8 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition.
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper,...

$165.00 USD

(Item #: S2117-Bx23-3)
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size is 5.8 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition.
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size... read more >
Lot of 23 programs from the Vienna Staatsoper, all with Josef Krips conducting, 22 of them are from 1946. Size is 5.8 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition.

(Item #: N1667-CL-F2)
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December 1910!. Tita Ruffo performs as Jack Rance - Pages are lose (no clip holding them together)
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December... read more >
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December 1910!. Tita Ruffo performs as Jack Rance - Pages are lose (no clip holding them together)
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just...

$30.00 USD

(Item #: N1667-CL-F2)
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December 1910!. Tita Ruffo performs as Jack Rance - Pages are lose (no clip holding them together)
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December... read more >
First performance in Argentina of this opera, just 7 months after the world premiere at the Met Opera in December 1910!. Tita Ruffo performs as Jack Rance - Pages are lose (no clip holding them together)

(Item #: M2493-G1-4)
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the 1934 world premiere - on page 4, it lists all the cast for the world premiere in Rome, Jan 23rd, 1934 . A total of 70 pages plus covers, 5.25 x 7.75 inches, covers are a bit lose, but in overall all in good condition.
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the... read more >
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the 1934 world premiere - on page 4, it lists all the cast for the world premiere in Rome, Jan 23rd, 1934 . A total of 70 pages plus covers, 5.25 x 7.75 inches, covers are a bit lose, but in overall all in good condition.
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: M2493-G1-4)
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the 1934 world premiere - on page 4, it lists all the cast for the world premiere in Rome, Jan 23rd, 1934 . A total of 70 pages plus covers, 5.25 x 7.75 inches, covers are a bit lose, but in overall all in good condition.
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the... read more >
Full program-libretto for the opera "La Fiamma" by Ottorino Respighi, published by Ricordi, Milan, 1933. Published in advance of the 1934 world premiere - on page 4, it lists all the cast for the world premiere in Rome, Jan 23rd, 1934 . A total of 70 pages plus covers, 5.25 x 7.75 inches, covers are a bit lose, but in overall all in good condition.

(Item #: H1855-L12A)
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the title role at the world premiere in 1876, is again as Gioconda in this performance, next to Edouard de Reszke and others. Full program with all 65 numbered pages and covers, includes libretto, 5.25 x 8.9 inches, rust and wear on covers, otherwise in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the... read more >
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the title role at the world premiere in 1876, is again as Gioconda in this performance, next to Edouard de Reszke and others. Full program with all 65 numbered pages and covers, includes libretto, 5.25 x 8.9 inches, rust and wear on covers, otherwise in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: H1855-L12A)
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the title role at the world premiere in 1876, is again as Gioconda in this performance, next to Edouard de Reszke and others. Full program with all 65 numbered pages and covers, includes libretto, 5.25 x 8.9 inches, rust and wear on covers, otherwise in very good condition.
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the... read more >
Full program-libretto for a performance of this opera in 1879 at Teatro Politeama Genovese. Maddalena Mariani-Masi, who was in the title role at the world premiere in 1876, is again as Gioconda in this performance, next to Edouard de Reszke and others. Full program with all 65 numbered pages and covers, includes libretto, 5.25 x 8.9 inches, rust and wear on covers, otherwise in very good condition.
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