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Unsigned Opera Programs & Posters

Collectible unsigned programs, playbills and posters from opera performances. All items listed are in stock, all original.

Unsigned Opera Programs

Collectible unsigned programs, playbills and posters from opera performances. All items listed are in stock, all original.

Unsigned Opera Programs

(Item #: N1659-CL-F2)
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages read more >
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements...

$35.00 USD

(Item #: N1659-CL-F2)
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages read more >
Performers are Emma Calve, Bauermeister, Ancona, Engle. Announcements for upcoming performances with many Met stars, 4 pages

(Item #: S2467-Bx25-6)
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title role at the Berlin Staats-Oper, February 20th, 1943. Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. 2- full program for a performance of Eugene Onegin, July 2nd, 1936, Berlin Staats-Oper, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, very good condition.
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title... read more >
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title role at the Berlin Staats-Oper, February 20th, 1943. Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. 2- full program for a performance of Eugene Onegin, July 2nd, 1936, Berlin Staats-Oper, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, very good condition.
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: S2467-Bx25-6)
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title role at the Berlin Staats-Oper, February 20th, 1943. Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. 2- full program for a performance of Eugene Onegin, July 2nd, 1936, Berlin Staats-Oper, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, very good condition.
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title... read more >
Two programs with Maria Cebotari: 1- inset for a performance of Madama Butterfly with soprano Maria Cebotari in the title role at the Berlin Staats-Oper, February 20th, 1943. Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. 2- full program for a performance of Eugene Onegin, July 2nd, 1936, Berlin Staats-Oper, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, very good condition.

(Item #: B1651-20)
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939. Opera and concerts. Conductor : Franz Konwitschny. Yvonne Lefebvre, piano. Very rare Maass: Feiermusik für Orchester.  Sutermeister: Divertimento. Ravel: Klavierkonzert. Petridis: Sinfonie  1.  Evangelatos: Vorspiel. David: Partita für Orchester. Weismann:  Violinkonzert. Holenia: Ständchen. Lualdi: Samnium and Daphne  (Strauss).  19,5 x 12,5 cm. Paperback, 84 pages, richly illustrated with  lots of portraits , many full page illustration and in color.
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939.... read more >
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939. Opera and concerts. Conductor : Franz Konwitschny. Yvonne Lefebvre, piano. Very rare Maass: Feiermusik für Orchester.  Sutermeister: Divertimento. Ravel: Klavierkonzert. Petridis: Sinfonie  1.  Evangelatos: Vorspiel. David: Partita für Orchester. Weismann:  Violinkonzert. Holenia: Ständchen. Lualdi: Samnium and Daphne  (Strauss).  19,5 x 12,5 cm. Paperback, 84 pages, richly illustrated with  lots of portraits , many full page illustration and in color.
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich...

$75.00 USD

(Item #: B1651-20)
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939. Opera and concerts. Conductor : Franz Konwitschny. Yvonne Lefebvre, piano. Very rare Maass: Feiermusik für Orchester.  Sutermeister: Divertimento. Ravel: Klavierkonzert. Petridis: Sinfonie  1.  Evangelatos: Vorspiel. David: Partita für Orchester. Weismann:  Violinkonzert. Holenia: Ständchen. Lualdi: Samnium and Daphne  (Strauss).  19,5 x 12,5 cm. Paperback, 84 pages, richly illustrated with  lots of portraits , many full page illustration and in color.
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939.... read more >
Contemporary music festival program in the Third Reich - Frankfurt 1939. Internationales Musikfest Frankfurt am Main, June 15- 24th, 1939. Opera and concerts. Conductor : Franz Konwitschny. Yvonne Lefebvre, piano. Very rare Maass: Feiermusik für Orchester.  Sutermeister: Divertimento. Ravel: Klavierkonzert. Petridis: Sinfonie  1.  Evangelatos: Vorspiel. David: Partita für Orchester. Weismann:  Violinkonzert. Holenia: Ständchen. Lualdi: Samnium and Daphne  (Strauss).  19,5 x 12,5 cm. Paperback, 84 pages, richly illustrated with  lots of portraits , many full page illustration and in color.

(Item #: N1135-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number of singers, including swedish soprano Henriette Nissen (1819-1879) and others. Very large size! 24.75 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition, bottom part has a fold and a crack (nearly detached from the rest). It can be framed and look beautiful
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number... read more >
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number of singers, including swedish soprano Henriette Nissen (1819-1879) and others. Very large size! 24.75 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition, bottom part has a fold and a crack (nearly detached from the rest). It can be framed and look beautiful
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: N1135-OS3)
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number of singers, including swedish soprano Henriette Nissen (1819-1879) and others. Very large size! 24.75 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition, bottom part has a fold and a crack (nearly detached from the rest). It can be framed and look beautiful
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number... read more >
Beautiful original playbill announcing Winter Season opening performance on Oct. 9th, 1848 at Covent Garden. Playbill lists a large number of singers, including swedish soprano Henriette Nissen (1819-1879) and others. Very large size! 24.75 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition, bottom part has a fold and a crack (nearly detached from the rest). It can be framed and look beautiful

(Item #: N1134-OS3)
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast includes british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) as Amina (the sleepwalker). Also announced is the play "White Cat". Very large size: 19.75 x 10 inches! great item to frame in excellent condition.
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast... read more >
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast includes british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) as Amina (the sleepwalker). Also announced is the play "White Cat". Very large size: 19.75 x 10 inches! great item to frame in excellent condition.
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: N1134-OS3)
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast includes british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) as Amina (the sleepwalker). Also announced is the play "White Cat". Very large size: 19.75 x 10 inches! great item to frame in excellent condition.
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast... read more >
Beautiful original plabill from Covent Garden announcing a for the first time a performance of Bellini?s opera "La Sonnambula"!. Cast includes british soprano Adelaide Kemble (1815-1879) as Amina (the sleepwalker). Also announced is the play "White Cat". Very large size: 19.75 x 10 inches! great item to frame in excellent condition.

(Item #: H1718-L16A)
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures, fun caricatures and more, 1932. An original photo of Damrosch is on attached to front cover, 9.8 x 13 inches, in very good condition. See scans.
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures,... read more >
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures, fun caricatures and more, 1932. An original photo of Damrosch is on attached to front cover, 9.8 x 13 inches, in very good condition. See scans.
Full program, with all pages and covers, with...

$35.00 USD

(Item #: H1718-L16A)
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures, fun caricatures and more, 1932. An original photo of Damrosch is on attached to front cover, 9.8 x 13 inches, in very good condition. See scans.
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures,... read more >
Full program, with all pages and covers, with the menu, citations, and information about him, as well as some pictures, fun caricatures and more, 1932. An original photo of Damrosch is on attached to front cover, 9.8 x 13 inches, in very good condition. See scans.

(Item #: B0993-Bx20)
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of Belgium in World War I. Walter Soomer, Julius Roether, Heinrich Winkelshoff, Karl Wenkhaus, Gustav Schützendorf, Julius Lieban, Walter Eckard, Hertha Dehmlow. The orchestra was composed by Belgian and German Army Bands. Conductor : Richard Hagel. A rarity!
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of... read more >
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of Belgium in World War I. Walter Soomer, Julius Roether, Heinrich Winkelshoff, Karl Wenkhaus, Gustav Schützendorf, Julius Lieban, Walter Eckard, Hertha Dehmlow. The orchestra was composed by Belgian and German Army Bands. Conductor : Richard Hagel. A rarity!
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May...

$75.00 USD

(Item #: B0993-Bx20)
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of Belgium in World War I. Walter Soomer, Julius Roether, Heinrich Winkelshoff, Karl Wenkhaus, Gustav Schützendorf, Julius Lieban, Walter Eckard, Hertha Dehmlow. The orchestra was composed by Belgian and German Army Bands. Conductor : Richard Hagel. A rarity!
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of... read more >
Brussels, Opera Royale de la Monnaie playbill, May 6th, 1916. Performance by an all German cast during German Occupation of Belgium in World War I. Walter Soomer, Julius Roether, Heinrich Winkelshoff, Karl Wenkhaus, Gustav Schützendorf, Julius Lieban, Walter Eckard, Hertha Dehmlow. The orchestra was composed by Belgian and German Army Bands. Conductor : Richard Hagel. A rarity!

(Item #: B1585-4-A)
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der heiligen Elisabeth by Franz Liszt, 16 April 1905. Marie,  Die Regimentstochter by Donizetti, 31 October 1906. Set of 3 playbills. 
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der... read more >
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der heiligen Elisabeth by Franz Liszt, 16 April 1905. Marie,  Die Regimentstochter by Donizetti, 31 October 1906. Set of 3 playbills. 
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of...

$70.00 USD

(Item #: B1585-4-A)
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der heiligen Elisabeth by Franz Liszt, 16 April 1905. Marie,  Die Regimentstochter by Donizetti, 31 October 1906. Set of 3 playbills. 
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der... read more >
3 playbills of the Royal Court Opera of Stuttgart, 1904-1906. Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf, 25 May 1904. Die Legende der heiligen Elisabeth by Franz Liszt, 16 April 1905. Marie,  Die Regimentstochter by Donizetti, 31 October 1906. Set of 3 playbills. 

(Item #: B1515-4-3)
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of upcoming performances inside. Renaud, Beyle, Vieuille, etc
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of... read more >
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of upcoming performances inside. Renaud, Beyle, Vieuille, etc
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera,...

$25.00 USD

(Item #: B1515-4-3)
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of upcoming performances inside. Renaud, Beyle, Vieuille, etc
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of... read more >
Program Der fliegende Hollander at the Paris Opera, May 28th 1905, 4 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, lots of annoucements of upcoming performances inside. Renaud, Beyle, Vieuille, etc

(Item #: N1132-OS3)
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German star soprano Therese Malten (1855-1930) is in the title role. Size is 8.75 x 15.25 inches, great condition, a few cracks.
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German... read more >
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German star soprano Therese Malten (1855-1930) is in the title role. Size is 8.75 x 15.25 inches, great condition, a few cracks.
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing...

$90.00 USD

(Item #: N1132-OS3)
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German star soprano Therese Malten (1855-1930) is in the title role. Size is 8.75 x 15.25 inches, great condition, a few cracks.
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German... read more >
Konigliches Opernhaus (Dresden) playbill , year 1901, announcing a performance of Carl Goldmark´s masterpiece opera "Die Konigin von Saba". German star soprano Therese Malten (1855-1930) is in the title role. Size is 8.75 x 15.25 inches, great condition, a few cracks.

(Item #: B1608-4-B)
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Friedrich Plaschke, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Beatrice Sutter, Maria Muller, Theodor Scheidl. 
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929.... read more >
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Friedrich Plaschke, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Beatrice Sutter, Maria Muller, Theodor Scheidl. 
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1608-4-B)
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Friedrich Plaschke, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Beatrice Sutter, Maria Muller, Theodor Scheidl. 
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929.... read more >
Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, December 1st through 8th, 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Friedrich Plaschke, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Beatrice Sutter, Maria Muller, Theodor Scheidl. 

(Item #: H1712-L16A)
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House, London. Different years - see below. Each program is 4.75 x 7.1 inches in size and is complete, with all pages and covers, in excellent condition. See below which 4-program sets available. Full programs - See scans of the central (cast) pages (8 scans per ring cycle in total).
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House,... read more >
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House, London. Different years - see below. Each program is 4.75 x 7.1 inches in size and is complete, with all pages and covers, in excellent condition. See below which 4-program sets available. Full programs - See scans of the central (cast) pages (8 scans per ring cycle in total).
Set of 4 small format programs for performances...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H1712-L16A)
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House, London. Different years - see below. Each program is 4.75 x 7.1 inches in size and is complete, with all pages and covers, in excellent condition. See below which 4-program sets available. Full programs - See scans of the central (cast) pages (8 scans per ring cycle in total).
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House,... read more >
Set of 4 small format programs for performances of the 4 operas of Wagner´s Ring, at the Royal Opera House, London. Different years - see below. Each program is 4.75 x 7.1 inches in size and is complete, with all pages and covers, in excellent condition. See below which 4-program sets available. Full programs - See scans of the central (cast) pages (8 scans per ring cycle in total).

(Item #: M1923-G1-1)
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte Schone, Margret Pfahl, Erik Wirl, Rosette Anday, Magda Strack, and others) with the Paris Symphonic Orchestra at Theatre Pigalle, Paris, conducted by Bruno Walter, March 21st-30th, 1930.  Size is 8.25 x 10.6 inches, many illustrations and articles, silver covers showing some wear, otherwise in very good condition. See scan of 1st program page.
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte... read more >
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte Schone, Margret Pfahl, Erik Wirl, Rosette Anday, Magda Strack, and others) with the Paris Symphonic Orchestra at Theatre Pigalle, Paris, conducted by Bruno Walter, March 21st-30th, 1930.  Size is 8.25 x 10.6 inches, many illustrations and articles, silver covers showing some wear, otherwise in very good condition. See scan of 1st program page.
Full program with all pages and covers, performance...

$28.00 USD

(Item #: M1923-G1-1)
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte Schone, Margret Pfahl, Erik Wirl, Rosette Anday, Magda Strack, and others) with the Paris Symphonic Orchestra at Theatre Pigalle, Paris, conducted by Bruno Walter, March 21st-30th, 1930.  Size is 8.25 x 10.6 inches, many illustrations and articles, silver covers showing some wear, otherwise in very good condition. See scan of 1st program page.
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte... read more >
Full program with all pages and covers, performance of the operetta Die Fledermaus, with an important cast (Rose Ader, Lotte Schone, Margret Pfahl, Erik Wirl, Rosette Anday, Magda Strack, and others) with the Paris Symphonic Orchestra at Theatre Pigalle, Paris, conducted by Bruno Walter, March 21st-30th, 1930.  Size is 8.25 x 10.6 inches, many illustrations and articles, silver covers showing some wear, otherwise in very good condition. See scan of 1st program page.

(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 #: 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 performances 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 performances of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast... read more >
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performances 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 performances of...

$295.00 USD

(Item #: H1858-L12A)
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performances 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 performances of Verdi´s last opera, "Falstaff", at Teatro La Scala, season 1892-93. Full cast... read more >
Full program-libretto for the world premiere performances 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 #: N3408-L16)
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de Luca. Tullio Serafin conducts,, size is 6 x 15.75 inches, in very good condition.
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de... read more >
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de Luca. Tullio Serafin conducts,, size is 6 x 15.75 inches, in very good condition.
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement,...

$25.00 USD

(Item #: N3408-L16)
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de Luca. Tullio Serafin conducts,, size is 6 x 15.75 inches, in very good condition.
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de... read more >
Faust and La Damnation de Faust, playbill announcement, Teatro Colón, Bs Aires Argentina, 1914. Cast includes Aldo Bonci, Giuseppe de Luca. Tullio Serafin conducts,, size is 6 x 15.75 inches, 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 #: 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.
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