Unsigned Opera Programs & Posters

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.

Find more programs in our section for Signed Opera Programs 

Unsigned Opera Programs

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

$135.00 USD

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

(Item #: N1814-F3)
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program read more >
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay...

$25.00 USD

(Item #: N1814-F3)
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program read more >
Performance program, with Max Lorenz and Astrid Varnay in the cast, Erich Kleiber conducts. Full program

(Item #: B1506A-Bx9-J)
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus, Elena Nikoloaidi (with 2 ticket stubs), Pretre Munteanu, Julius Polzer (signed), etc. Note the poor print quality of the Nikolaidi program, at the end of the war (December 1944) when paper and resources to print programs was very scarce. Various sizes, see scans
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus,... read more >
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus, Elena Nikoloaidi (with 2 ticket stubs), Pretre Munteanu, Julius Polzer (signed), etc. Note the poor print quality of the Nikolaidi program, at the end of the war (December 1944) when paper and resources to print programs was very scarce. Various sizes, see scans
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: B1506A-Bx9-J)
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus, Elena Nikoloaidi (with 2 ticket stubs), Pretre Munteanu, Julius Polzer (signed), etc. Note the poor print quality of the Nikolaidi program, at the end of the war (December 1944) when paper and resources to print programs was very scarce. Various sizes, see scans
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus,... read more >
Group of 10 recital programs, Vienna 1939-1944 for performances by :  Erna Sack (2 programs), Karl Schmitt-Walter, Alfred Poell, Heinrich Schlusnus, Elena Nikoloaidi (with 2 ticket stubs), Pretre Munteanu, Julius Polzer (signed), etc. Note the poor print quality of the Nikolaidi program, at the end of the war (December 1944) when paper and resources to print programs was very scarce. Various sizes, see scans

(Item #: S2853-C1F)
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick von Norden, Geraldine Farrar, Louise Homer, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Fedor Chaliapin, Frieda Hempel, Ethyl Hayden, Lucrezia Bori, Alberto Salvi. Various sizes, all in good condition. See scans.
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick... read more >
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick von Norden, Geraldine Farrar, Louise Homer, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Fedor Chaliapin, Frieda Hempel, Ethyl Hayden, Lucrezia Bori, Alberto Salvi. Various sizes, all in good condition. See scans.
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: S2853-C1F)
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick von Norden, Geraldine Farrar, Louise Homer, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Fedor Chaliapin, Frieda Hempel, Ethyl Hayden, Lucrezia Bori, Alberto Salvi. Various sizes, all in good condition. See scans.
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick... read more >
Group of 10 playbills announcing concerts with singers at Carnegie Hall, artists include Marcella Sembrich, Nina Tarasova, Maria Winetzkaja, Berrick von Norden, Geraldine Farrar, Louise Homer, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Fedor Chaliapin, Frieda Hempel, Ethyl Hayden, Lucrezia Bori, Alberto Salvi. Various sizes, all in good condition. See scans.

(Item #: S2828-C1F)
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure, Helen Stanley, Marcia van Dresser, Lucy Gates and Belgian tragedian Carlo Liten, and a performance of Handel`s The Messiah with Ruth Rodgers, Arthur Hackett-Granville and others. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, sized 9.25 x 11.5 inches, in very good condition.
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure,... read more >
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure, Helen Stanley, Marcia van Dresser, Lucy Gates and Belgian tragedian Carlo Liten, and a performance of Handel`s The Messiah with Ruth Rodgers, Arthur Hackett-Granville and others. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, sized 9.25 x 11.5 inches, in very good condition.
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at...

$95.00 USD

(Item #: S2828-C1F)
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure, Helen Stanley, Marcia van Dresser, Lucy Gates and Belgian tragedian Carlo Liten, and a performance of Handel`s The Messiah with Ruth Rodgers, Arthur Hackett-Granville and others. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, sized 9.25 x 11.5 inches, in very good condition.
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure,... read more >
Group of 7 full programs for recitals at Carnegie Hall, 1917-1919, with soloists including Margarete Matzenauer, Hulda Lashanska, Louis Graveure, Helen Stanley, Marcia van Dresser, Lucy Gates and Belgian tragedian Carlo Liten, and a performance of Handel`s The Messiah with Ruth Rodgers, Arthur Hackett-Granville and others. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, sized 9.25 x 11.5 inches, in very good condition.

(Item #: S2832-C1F)
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa Ponselle, bass Joseph Schwarz, tenor Allen McQuhae, soprano Greta Masson, soprano Marguerite Namara, tenor Dimitri Dobkin, soprano Ms. John Hilton Land. Each program is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are playbill announcements for recitals by Fedor Chaliapin and Frida Hempel (2 copies), both from the mid-1920s.
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa... read more >
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa Ponselle, bass Joseph Schwarz, tenor Allen McQuhae, soprano Greta Masson, soprano Marguerite Namara, tenor Dimitri Dobkin, soprano Ms. John Hilton Land. Each program is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are playbill announcements for recitals by Fedor Chaliapin and Frida Hempel (2 copies), both from the mid-1920s.
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for...

$70.00 USD

(Item #: S2832-C1F)
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa Ponselle, bass Joseph Schwarz, tenor Allen McQuhae, soprano Greta Masson, soprano Marguerite Namara, tenor Dimitri Dobkin, soprano Ms. John Hilton Land. Each program is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are playbill announcements for recitals by Fedor Chaliapin and Frida Hempel (2 copies), both from the mid-1920s.
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa... read more >
Group of 7 programs and 2 playbills for singer recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York. Singers include star soprano Rosa Ponselle, bass Joseph Schwarz, tenor Allen McQuhae, soprano Greta Masson, soprano Marguerite Namara, tenor Dimitri Dobkin, soprano Ms. John Hilton Land. Each program is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are playbill announcements for recitals by Fedor Chaliapin and Frida Hempel (2 copies), both from the mid-1920s.

(Item #: B0982-Bx9-G)
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts of Frederic the Great, Will Vesper, Schiller, Detlev von Liliencron, Homeros. At the piano : Wolfgang Ruoff. Vienna, 30 November 1915. 2) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Godard, Bizet, Schumann. Vienna, 25 January 1901. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 3) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Vienna, 6 March 1902. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 4) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger and the blind pianist Gennaro Fabozzi. Schubert, Hugo Wolf, Bach, Scarlatti, Fabozzi, Chopin, Carl Lowe.   Musikverein Vienna, 25 November 1899. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 5) Oskar Nedbal conducting the Wiener Tonkunstler Orchestra. Pianist : Marianne Munk. Liszt : Totentanz and recital of singer Paul Bender. Schubert, Schumann, Wolf. At the piano : Carl Lafite. Musikverein Vienna, 27 January 1917. 6) Recital of singer Marcella Pregi and pianist Marie Baumayer. Vienna 21 March 1910. Schubert, Schumann, Brahms. Marie Baumayer plays Beethoven and Brahms. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 7) Amalie Materna sings Wagner Tristan und Isolde Liebestod. Vienna, April 11th, 1911. Rare performance of Amalie Materna close to her 67th birthday. She retired in 1894. 8) Recital of Wagner´s favorite singer Theodor Reichmann and violinist Emile Sauret. Hugo Wolf, Richard Heuberger, Richard Strauss, Wilhelm Ernst, Carl Lowe, Saint Saens, Emile Sauret, Massenet. Musikverein Vienna, 10 February 1899. Program from the estate of Melanie Koechert, lover of Hugo Wolf from 1879 until his death in 1903. 9) Hermann Winkelmann, Sophie Chotek, Pianists : Ferdinand Löwe and Ferdinand Foll. Conductor of the choir : Josef Schalk. On the program : Wagner, Liszt, etc. Vienna Musikverein, 28 November 1895. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler.
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts... read more >
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts of Frederic the Great, Will Vesper, Schiller, Detlev von Liliencron, Homeros. At the piano : Wolfgang Ruoff. Vienna, 30 November 1915. 2) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Godard, Bizet, Schumann. Vienna, 25 January 1901. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 3) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Vienna, 6 March 1902. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 4) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger and the blind pianist Gennaro Fabozzi. Schubert, Hugo Wolf, Bach, Scarlatti, Fabozzi, Chopin, Carl Lowe.   Musikverein Vienna, 25 November 1899. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 5) Oskar Nedbal conducting the Wiener Tonkunstler Orchestra. Pianist : Marianne Munk. Liszt : Totentanz and recital of singer Paul Bender. Schubert, Schumann, Wolf. At the piano : Carl Lafite. Musikverein Vienna, 27 January 1917. 6) Recital of singer Marcella Pregi and pianist Marie Baumayer. Vienna 21 March 1910. Schubert, Schumann, Brahms. Marie Baumayer plays Beethoven and Brahms. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 7) Amalie Materna sings Wagner Tristan und Isolde Liebestod. Vienna, April 11th, 1911. Rare performance of Amalie Materna close to her 67th birthday. She retired in 1894. 8) Recital of Wagner´s favorite singer Theodor Reichmann and violinist Emile Sauret. Hugo Wolf, Richard Heuberger, Richard Strauss, Wilhelm Ernst, Carl Lowe, Saint Saens, Emile Sauret, Massenet. Musikverein Vienna, 10 February 1899. Program from the estate of Melanie Koechert, lover of Hugo Wolf from 1879 until his death in 1903. 9) Hermann Winkelmann, Sophie Chotek, Pianists : Ferdinand Löwe and Ferdinand Foll. Conductor of the choir : Josef Schalk. On the program : Wagner, Liszt, etc. Vienna Musikverein, 28 November 1895. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler.
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917....

$120.00 USD

(Item #: B0982-Bx9-G)
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts of Frederic the Great, Will Vesper, Schiller, Detlev von Liliencron, Homeros. At the piano : Wolfgang Ruoff. Vienna, 30 November 1915. 2) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Godard, Bizet, Schumann. Vienna, 25 January 1901. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 3) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Vienna, 6 March 1902. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 4) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger and the blind pianist Gennaro Fabozzi. Schubert, Hugo Wolf, Bach, Scarlatti, Fabozzi, Chopin, Carl Lowe.   Musikverein Vienna, 25 November 1899. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 5) Oskar Nedbal conducting the Wiener Tonkunstler Orchestra. Pianist : Marianne Munk. Liszt : Totentanz and recital of singer Paul Bender. Schubert, Schumann, Wolf. At the piano : Carl Lafite. Musikverein Vienna, 27 January 1917. 6) Recital of singer Marcella Pregi and pianist Marie Baumayer. Vienna 21 March 1910. Schubert, Schumann, Brahms. Marie Baumayer plays Beethoven and Brahms. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 7) Amalie Materna sings Wagner Tristan und Isolde Liebestod. Vienna, April 11th, 1911. Rare performance of Amalie Materna close to her 67th birthday. She retired in 1894. 8) Recital of Wagner´s favorite singer Theodor Reichmann and violinist Emile Sauret. Hugo Wolf, Richard Heuberger, Richard Strauss, Wilhelm Ernst, Carl Lowe, Saint Saens, Emile Sauret, Massenet. Musikverein Vienna, 10 February 1899. Program from the estate of Melanie Koechert, lover of Hugo Wolf from 1879 until his death in 1903. 9) Hermann Winkelmann, Sophie Chotek, Pianists : Ferdinand Löwe and Ferdinand Foll. Conductor of the choir : Josef Schalk. On the program : Wagner, Liszt, etc. Vienna Musikverein, 28 November 1895. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler.
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts... read more >
Lot of 9 programs Vienna singing recitals 1895-1917. 1) Recital of opera singer and actor Ludwig Wüllner. Songs and texts of Frederic the Great, Will Vesper, Schiller, Detlev von Liliencron, Homeros. At the piano : Wolfgang Ruoff. Vienna, 30 November 1915. 2) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Godard, Bizet, Schumann. Vienna, 25 January 1901. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 3) Recital of actor and violinist Ferdinand Bonn. Vienna, 6 March 1902. At the piano : Alexander Manhart. 4) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger and the blind pianist Gennaro Fabozzi. Schubert, Hugo Wolf, Bach, Scarlatti, Fabozzi, Chopin, Carl Lowe.   Musikverein Vienna, 25 November 1899. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 5) Oskar Nedbal conducting the Wiener Tonkunstler Orchestra. Pianist : Marianne Munk. Liszt : Totentanz and recital of singer Paul Bender. Schubert, Schumann, Wolf. At the piano : Carl Lafite. Musikverein Vienna, 27 January 1917. 6) Recital of singer Marcella Pregi and pianist Marie Baumayer. Vienna 21 March 1910. Schubert, Schumann, Brahms. Marie Baumayer plays Beethoven and Brahms. At the piano for the songs : Ferdinand Foll. 7) Amalie Materna sings Wagner Tristan und Isolde Liebestod. Vienna, April 11th, 1911. Rare performance of Amalie Materna close to her 67th birthday. She retired in 1894. 8) Recital of Wagner´s favorite singer Theodor Reichmann and violinist Emile Sauret. Hugo Wolf, Richard Heuberger, Richard Strauss, Wilhelm Ernst, Carl Lowe, Saint Saens, Emile Sauret, Massenet. Musikverein Vienna, 10 February 1899. Program from the estate of Melanie Koechert, lover of Hugo Wolf from 1879 until his death in 1903. 9) Hermann Winkelmann, Sophie Chotek, Pianists : Ferdinand Löwe and Ferdinand Foll. Conductor of the choir : Josef Schalk. On the program : Wagner, Liszt, etc. Vienna Musikverein, 28 November 1895. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler.

(Item #: B0989-Bx9-G)
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March 1911. Brahms, Wolf, Foerster, Richard Strauss, Grieg. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf. 2) Song-recital of pupils of Karl Lafite. Vienna Musikverein, 19 March 1911. At the piano : Karl Lafite. 3) Recital of the pupils of singer Aurelia Jager-Wlczek. Vienna, 31 March 1894.  4) Franz Schalk conducts the Concertvereinsorchester. Soloists :Theodor Bertram, Elsa Connard, Hans Franzos. Vienna Musikverein, 8 February 1902.  5) Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Marie Katzmayer, Leopold Demuth, Max Herold von Stoda, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 28 December 1899. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler. 6)  Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Hermann Winkelmann, Hermine Fendrich, Adrienne Congedi, Karl Prill, Theodor Gorner, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 7 March 1899.
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March... read more >
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March 1911. Brahms, Wolf, Foerster, Richard Strauss, Grieg. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf. 2) Song-recital of pupils of Karl Lafite. Vienna Musikverein, 19 March 1911. At the piano : Karl Lafite. 3) Recital of the pupils of singer Aurelia Jager-Wlczek. Vienna, 31 March 1894.  4) Franz Schalk conducts the Concertvereinsorchester. Soloists :Theodor Bertram, Elsa Connard, Hans Franzos. Vienna Musikverein, 8 February 1902.  5) Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Marie Katzmayer, Leopold Demuth, Max Herold von Stoda, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 28 December 1899. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler. 6)  Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Hermann Winkelmann, Hermine Fendrich, Adrienne Congedi, Karl Prill, Theodor Gorner, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 7 March 1899.
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from...

$70.00 USD

(Item #: B0989-Bx9-G)
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March 1911. Brahms, Wolf, Foerster, Richard Strauss, Grieg. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf. 2) Song-recital of pupils of Karl Lafite. Vienna Musikverein, 19 March 1911. At the piano : Karl Lafite. 3) Recital of the pupils of singer Aurelia Jager-Wlczek. Vienna, 31 March 1894.  4) Franz Schalk conducts the Concertvereinsorchester. Soloists :Theodor Bertram, Elsa Connard, Hans Franzos. Vienna Musikverein, 8 February 1902.  5) Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Marie Katzmayer, Leopold Demuth, Max Herold von Stoda, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 28 December 1899. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler. 6)  Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Hermann Winkelmann, Hermine Fendrich, Adrienne Congedi, Karl Prill, Theodor Gorner, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 7 March 1899.
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March... read more >
Lot of 6 vintage Vienna recital programs from 1894 through 1914. 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Vienna, 20 March 1911. Brahms, Wolf, Foerster, Richard Strauss, Grieg. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf. 2) Song-recital of pupils of Karl Lafite. Vienna Musikverein, 19 March 1911. At the piano : Karl Lafite. 3) Recital of the pupils of singer Aurelia Jager-Wlczek. Vienna, 31 March 1894.  4) Franz Schalk conducts the Concertvereinsorchester. Soloists :Theodor Bertram, Elsa Connard, Hans Franzos. Vienna Musikverein, 8 February 1902.  5) Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Marie Katzmayer, Leopold Demuth, Max Herold von Stoda, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 28 December 1899. The Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein was the first official Wagner Association in history and had amongst its members composers like Bruckner, Hugo Wolf and Mahler. 6)  Concert of the Wiener Akademischer Wagner Verein. Hermann Winkelmann, Hermine Fendrich, Adrienne Congedi, Karl Prill, Theodor Gorner, Karl Severin. Conductor : Ferdinand Foll. Vienna Musikverein, 7 March 1899.

(Item #: H1692-L10B-2)
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized by the Sociedad Filarmonica Madrileña. Some important performers, each program is 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized... read more >
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized by the Sociedad Filarmonica Madrileña. Some important performers, each program is 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: H1692-L10B-2)
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized by the Sociedad Filarmonica Madrileña. Some important performers, each program is 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized... read more >
Small collection with 28 full programs, with all pages and covers, for vocal recitals at Teatro Español, Madrid, Spain, organized by the Sociedad Filarmonica Madrileña. Some important performers, each program is 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: M4827-W3A)
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti, with star soprano Henriette Sontag (1806-1854) as Marie. Niblo`s Garden, Feb 18th, no year mentioned but 1853 is written in pencil on the lower right end and we assume it maybe correct - this would be just months before she passed away at age 48. Also announced below is an upcoming performance of La Sonnambula, on Feb 21st, with Sontag as Amina.  Size is 5.75 x 11.75 inches, a few rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Rare!
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti,... read more >
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti, with star soprano Henriette Sontag (1806-1854) as Marie. Niblo`s Garden, Feb 18th, no year mentioned but 1853 is written in pencil on the lower right end and we assume it maybe correct - this would be just months before she passed away at age 48. Also announced below is an upcoming performance of La Sonnambula, on Feb 21st, with Sontag as Amina.  Size is 5.75 x 11.75 inches, a few rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Rare!
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of...

$235.00 USD

(Item #: M4827-W3A)
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti, with star soprano Henriette Sontag (1806-1854) as Marie. Niblo`s Garden, Feb 18th, no year mentioned but 1853 is written in pencil on the lower right end and we assume it maybe correct - this would be just months before she passed away at age 48. Also announced below is an upcoming performance of La Sonnambula, on Feb 21st, with Sontag as Amina.  Size is 5.75 x 11.75 inches, a few rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Rare!
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti,... read more >
Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti, with star soprano Henriette Sontag (1806-1854) as Marie. Niblo`s Garden, Feb 18th, no year mentioned but 1853 is written in pencil on the lower right end and we assume it maybe correct - this would be just months before she passed away at age 48. Also announced below is an upcoming performance of La Sonnambula, on Feb 21st, with Sontag as Amina.  Size is 5.75 x 11.75 inches, a few rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Rare!

(Item #: B1797-2-B)
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches, excellent condition
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches,... read more >
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches, excellent condition
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper...

$85.00 USD

(Item #: B1797-2-B)
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches, excellent condition
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches,... read more >
Specially designed program for Lohengrin at Deutsche Oper Berlin, 17 April 1935, promoting the Nazi regime, 6 x 9.5 inches, excellent condition

(Item #: H1803-L6)
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists, including Christine Nilsson, Victor Capoul, Victor Maurel, Italo Campanini, Giuseppe del Puente and others. Shown are pages 1 and 2, 9.25 x 11.75 inches, folds, in excellent condition.
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists,... read more >
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists, including Christine Nilsson, Victor Capoul, Victor Maurel, Italo Campanini, Giuseppe del Puente and others. Shown are pages 1 and 2, 9.25 x 11.75 inches, folds, in excellent condition.
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: H1803-L6)
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists, including Christine Nilsson, Victor Capoul, Victor Maurel, Italo Campanini, Giuseppe del Puente and others. Shown are pages 1 and 2, 9.25 x 11.75 inches, folds, in excellent condition.
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists,... read more >
4-page program for upcoming performances with this opera company at the Academy of Music theater, March 1874, with  important artists, including Christine Nilsson, Victor Capoul, Victor Maurel, Italo Campanini, Giuseppe del Puente and others. Shown are pages 1 and 2, 9.25 x 11.75 inches, folds, in excellent condition.

(Item #: B1503A-Bx9-H)
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9 inches, complete, excellent condition.
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9... read more >
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9 inches, complete, excellent condition.
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1503A-Bx9-H)
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9 inches, complete, excellent condition.
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9... read more >
Full program for a Vienna performance of Tristan und Isolde, conducted by Richard Strauss, 1924. Size is 6 x 9 inches, complete, excellent condition.

(Item #: S4188-G8-2)
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer... read more >
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
Program for the world premiere of the opera...

$65.00 USD

(Item #: S4188-G8-2)
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer... read more >
Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere

(Item #: H4379-G8-5)
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on November 26th, 1961.  Size is 8 x 11 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at... read more >
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on November 26th, 1961.  Size is 8 x 11 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Program for the debut performance of the Australian...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: H4379-G8-5)
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on November 26th, 1961.  Size is 8 x 11 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at... read more >
Program for the debut performance of the Australian star soprano in the title role of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on November 26th, 1961.  Size is 8 x 11 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.

(Item #: GB2780-GX064A)
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who created the title role in the world premiere at La Scala 2 years earlier, and Victor Maurel, who was the first Iago. Eight pages, 6 x 8 inches, program has folds, otherwise in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are: an original 1887 program from La Scala for a performance of a Otello humoristic version or parody, and a train ticket or pass for a special train from Milan to London, June 1889, to see the English premiere of Otello (see scans). A very cute lot, with rare items.
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who... read more >
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who created the title role in the world premiere at La Scala 2 years earlier, and Victor Maurel, who was the first Iago. Eight pages, 6 x 8 inches, program has folds, otherwise in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are: an original 1887 program from La Scala for a performance of a Otello humoristic version or parody, and a train ticket or pass for a special train from Milan to London, June 1889, to see the English premiere of Otello (see scans). A very cute lot, with rare items.
Original program for the first ever performance of...

$395.00 USD

(Item #: GB2780-GX064A)
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who created the title role in the world premiere at La Scala 2 years earlier, and Victor Maurel, who was the first Iago. Eight pages, 6 x 8 inches, program has folds, otherwise in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are: an original 1887 program from La Scala for a performance of a Otello humoristic version or parody, and a train ticket or pass for a special train from Milan to London, June 1889, to see the English premiere of Otello (see scans). A very cute lot, with rare items.
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who... read more >
Original program for the first ever performance of Otello in London, Lyceum Theatre, in 1889!. Program stars Francesco Tamagno, who created the title role in the world premiere at La Scala 2 years earlier, and Victor Maurel, who was the first Iago. Eight pages, 6 x 8 inches, program has folds, otherwise in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are: an original 1887 program from La Scala for a performance of a Otello humoristic version or parody, and a train ticket or pass for a special train from Milan to London, June 1889, to see the English premiere of Otello (see scans). A very cute lot, with rare items.

(Item #: N1691-M2-2)
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star soprano Giuditta Pasta (1797-1865) among other singers, in excellent condition. No original covers, but all pages are there, all in excellent condition. Size is 4.25 x 7.25 inches.
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star... read more >
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star soprano Giuditta Pasta (1797-1865) among other singers, in excellent condition. No original covers, but all pages are there, all in excellent condition. Size is 4.25 x 7.25 inches.
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of...

$140.00 USD

(Item #: N1691-M2-2)
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star soprano Giuditta Pasta (1797-1865) among other singers, in excellent condition. No original covers, but all pages are there, all in excellent condition. Size is 4.25 x 7.25 inches.
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star... read more >
Program-libretto from around 1840s, for a performance of Tancredi, opera by Rossini, at Millar´s Theater in London. Cast includes star soprano Giuditta Pasta (1797-1865) among other singers, in excellent condition. No original covers, but all pages are there, all in excellent condition. Size is 4.25 x 7.25 inches.

(Item #: B1347-20-2)
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924.
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924. read more >
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924.
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen...

$25.00 USD

(Item #: B1347-20-2)
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924.
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924. read more >
Karl Elmendorff conducts Tannhauser (Wagner). Opera of Aachen , October 24th 1924.

(Item #: B1520-4-3)
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff conducting. With Ludwig Hofmann, Herbert Janssen, Karl Hartmann., Göta Ljungberg, Eugenie Burkhardt, Erna Berger. Rare. Zopott Festival was next to Bayreuth the most important Wagner Festival in the first half of the 20th century, attracting the most important Wagner singers of that era. Size is 5.5 x 9 inches, with all 40 pages and covers, all in excellent condition
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff... read more >
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff conducting. With Ludwig Hofmann, Herbert Janssen, Karl Hartmann., Göta Ljungberg, Eugenie Burkhardt, Erna Berger. Rare. Zopott Festival was next to Bayreuth the most important Wagner Festival in the first half of the 20th century, attracting the most important Wagner singers of that era. Size is 5.5 x 9 inches, with all 40 pages and covers, all in excellent condition
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1520-4-3)
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff conducting. With Ludwig Hofmann, Herbert Janssen, Karl Hartmann., Göta Ljungberg, Eugenie Burkhardt, Erna Berger. Rare. Zopott Festival was next to Bayreuth the most important Wagner Festival in the first half of the 20th century, attracting the most important Wagner singers of that era. Size is 5.5 x 9 inches, with all 40 pages and covers, all in excellent condition
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff... read more >
Program for a performance of Tannhauser at Zopott Festival, August 1st‚¬€œ6th, 1933. With Max von Schilling and Karl von Elmendorff conducting. With Ludwig Hofmann, Herbert Janssen, Karl Hartmann., Göta Ljungberg, Eugenie Burkhardt, Erna Berger. Rare. Zopott Festival was next to Bayreuth the most important Wagner Festival in the first half of the 20th century, attracting the most important Wagner singers of that era. Size is 5.5 x 9 inches, with all 40 pages and covers, all in excellent condition

(Item #: H1759-L16)
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details for each playbills). SOLD SEPARATELY.  PLEASE CLICK ON THUMBNAILS BELOW TO SELECT.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details... read more >
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details for each playbills). SOLD SEPARATELY.  PLEASE CLICK ON THUMBNAILS BELOW TO SELECT.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos...

$40.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: H1759-L16)
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details for each playbills). SOLD SEPARATELY.  PLEASE CLICK ON THUMBNAILS BELOW TO SELECT.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details... read more >
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and condition (see details for each playbills). SOLD SEPARATELY.  PLEASE CLICK ON THUMBNAILS BELOW TO SELECT.

(Item #: N1793-CL-F2)
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details for each playbill). SOLD SEPARATELY - Please click on thumbnails below to select.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details... read more >
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details for each playbill). SOLD SEPARATELY - Please click on thumbnails below to select.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos...

$25.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: N1793-CL-F2)
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details for each playbill). SOLD SEPARATELY - Please click on thumbnails below to select.
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details... read more >
Playbills for opera performances at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 1910 and 1930.  Various sizes and conditions (see details for each playbill). SOLD SEPARATELY - Please click on thumbnails below to select.

(Item #: H1749-L17A)
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to see a scan of the central (cast) page. Description for each is below.
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to... read more >
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to see a scan of the central (cast) page. Description for each is below.
Each program is complete with all pages and...

$30.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: H1749-L17A)
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to see a scan of the central (cast) page. Description for each is below.
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to... read more >
Each program is complete with all pages and covers, 5.5 x 10.3 inches.  SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, click on each thumbnail to see a scan of the central (cast) page. Description for each is below.

(Item #: GA9305-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Maria Caniglia and Tancredi Pasero in the leading roles with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, under the baton of Vittorio Gui.  Size is 6.2 x 13.2 inches, in excellent condition.
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi,... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Maria Caniglia and Tancredi Pasero in the leading roles with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, under the baton of Vittorio Gui.  Size is 6.2 x 13.2 inches, in excellent condition.
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's...

$20.00 USD

(Item #: GA9305-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Maria Caniglia and Tancredi Pasero in the leading roles with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, under the baton of Vittorio Gui.  Size is 6.2 x 13.2 inches, in excellent condition.
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi,... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcement for a performance of Verdi's Luis Miller at Teatro Comunale (Florence) starred by the tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Maria Caniglia and Tancredi Pasero in the leading roles with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, under the baton of Vittorio Gui.  Size is 6.2 x 13.2 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M2418-G1-2)
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele, which will run instead of the "L´Ingano Felice" (Rossini), which had "little success, in part due to the illness of the first tenor"). One page, 10.75 x 15.25 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. A rare document. Also included is a one page printed contract form, unused, from the same theater, 7.9 x 9.9 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele,... read more >
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele, which will run instead of the "L´Ingano Felice" (Rossini), which had "little success, in part due to the illness of the first tenor"). One page, 10.75 x 15.25 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. A rare document. Also included is a one page printed contract form, unused, from the same theater, 7.9 x 9.9 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: M2418-G1-2)
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele, which will run instead of the "L´Ingano Felice" (Rossini), which had "little success, in part due to the illness of the first tenor"). One page, 10.75 x 15.25 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. A rare document. Also included is a one page printed contract form, unused, from the same theater, 7.9 x 9.9 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele,... read more >
Rare playbill issued in 1826 by the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, announcing a program change (the opera La Sposa Fedele, which will run instead of the "L´Ingano Felice" (Rossini), which had "little success, in part due to the illness of the first tenor"). One page, 10.75 x 15.25 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. A rare document. Also included is a one page printed contract form, unused, from the same theater, 7.9 x 9.9 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.

(Item #: GA8931-GX266B)
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino and Leopold Stokowski as conductor.  Size is 5.75 x 12 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino... read more >
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino and Leopold Stokowski as conductor.  Size is 5.75 x 12 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances...

$25.00 USD

(Item #: GA8931-GX266B)
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino and Leopold Stokowski as conductor.  Size is 5.75 x 12 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino... read more >
Playbill announcement for upcoming opera and symphonic performances at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, season 1966, with the Maggio Musical Fiorentino and Leopold Stokowski as conductor.  Size is 5.75 x 12 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.

(Item #: GA9282-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi,...

$40.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: GA9282-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1885 and 1910.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.

(Item #: GA9236-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi,...

$25.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: GA9236-GX271A)
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click... read more >
Unsigned playbill announcements for opera performances at Teatro Costanzi, Rome, between 1911 and 1925.  Various sizes and conditions.   SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.

(Item #: H1645-L7B)
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 49 programs, the vast majority are for opera performances, a few ballet and music, from the period 1929-1957 Different sizes, around half being 5.25 x 7.25 inches, the rest up to 6.75 x 9.5 inches, all complete with all pages and covers, in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe. ... read more >
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 49 programs, the vast majority are for opera performances, a few ballet and music, from the period 1929-1957 Different sizes, around half being 5.25 x 7.25 inches, the rest up to 6.75 x 9.5 inches, all complete with all pages and covers, in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in...

$285.00 USD

(Item #: H1645-L7B)
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 49 programs, the vast majority are for opera performances, a few ballet and music, from the period 1929-1957 Different sizes, around half being 5.25 x 7.25 inches, the rest up to 6.75 x 9.5 inches, all complete with all pages and covers, in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe. ... read more >
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 49 programs, the vast majority are for opera performances, a few ballet and music, from the period 1929-1957 Different sizes, around half being 5.25 x 7.25 inches, the rest up to 6.75 x 9.5 inches, all complete with all pages and covers, in very good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.

(Item #: H1644-L7A)
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 60+ programs: most (48) are for opera performances, 4 are opera season programs, the rest are programs for ballet and concert performances, one is a playbill.  All full programs with all pages and covers, from the period 1930-1957, in 2 different sizes, most being 5.25 x 7.25, with 8 programs in a larger format, 6.75 x 9.5 inches. All in good to excellent condition. See scans of the most relevant (cast) pages, a few covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe. ... read more >
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 60+ programs: most (48) are for opera performances, 4 are opera season programs, the rest are programs for ballet and concert performances, one is a playbill.  All full programs with all pages and covers, from the period 1930-1957, in 2 different sizes, most being 5.25 x 7.25, with 8 programs in a larger format, 6.75 x 9.5 inches. All in good to excellent condition. See scans of the most relevant (cast) pages, a few covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in...

$350.00 USD

(Item #: H1644-L7A)
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 60+ programs: most (48) are for opera performances, 4 are opera season programs, the rest are programs for ballet and concert performances, one is a playbill.  All full programs with all pages and covers, from the period 1930-1957, in 2 different sizes, most being 5.25 x 7.25, with 8 programs in a larger format, 6.75 x 9.5 inches. All in good to excellent condition. See scans of the most relevant (cast) pages, a few covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe. ... read more >
Founded in 1847, the company is resident in Barcelona, Spain, and is still today one of the finest in Europe.  Fantastic collection of 60+ programs: most (48) are for opera performances, 4 are opera season programs, the rest are programs for ballet and concert performances, one is a playbill.  All full programs with all pages and covers, from the period 1930-1957, in 2 different sizes, most being 5.25 x 7.25, with 8 programs in a larger format, 6.75 x 9.5 inches. All in good to excellent condition. See scans of the most relevant (cast) pages, a few covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: H1388-L6)
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, approx. 32 pages, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. See scans of one cover and all 4 cast pages.
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program... read more >
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, approx. 32 pages, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. See scans of one cover and all 4 cast pages.
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: H1388-L6)
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, approx. 32 pages, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. See scans of one cover and all 4 cast pages.
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program... read more >
Set of 4 programs for a full Wagner ring cycle at the Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona, Spain, 1911. Each program is complete with all pages and covers, approx. 32 pages, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, in very good condition. See scans of one cover and all 4 cast pages.

(Item #: GA9244-GX271A)
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x 15 inches unless described otherwise; in different conditions (see descriptions). SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x... read more >
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x 15 inches unless described otherwise; in different conditions (see descriptions). SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La...

$25.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: GA9244-GX271A)
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x 15 inches unless described otherwise; in different conditions (see descriptions). SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x... read more >
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1926 and 1959.  Each one's size is 10.75 x 15 inches unless described otherwise; in different conditions (see descriptions). SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.

(Item #: GA9371-GX272)
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x 15 inches approximately (except described specifically otherwise), in different conditions. SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x... read more >
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x 15 inches approximately (except described specifically otherwise), in different conditions. SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La...

$25.00 USD

(Various price options)

(Item #: GA9371-GX272)
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x 15 inches approximately (except described specifically otherwise), in different conditions. SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x... read more >
Unsigned playbills announcing opera performances at Teatro La Scala, Milan, between 1960 and 1990.  Each one's size is 11 x 15 inches approximately (except described specifically otherwise), in different conditions. SOLD INDIVIDUALLY - click on the thumbnails to see larger scans on the left, and descriptions below.

(Item #: M2634-G5-2)
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with very important singers of the time, including Alessandro Bonci, Emma Carelli, Celestina, Boninsegna, Mario Sammarco, Giuseppe Borgatti, Francisco Viñas, Edoardo Garbin, and others.  Size for each one is 5.4 x 12.25 inches, some programs have loose pages, in general good condition.
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with... read more >
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with very important singers of the time, including Alessandro Bonci, Emma Carelli, Celestina, Boninsegna, Mario Sammarco, Giuseppe Borgatti, Francisco Viñas, Edoardo Garbin, and others.  Size for each one is 5.4 x 12.25 inches, some programs have loose pages, in general good condition.
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: M2634-G5-2)
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with very important singers of the time, including Alessandro Bonci, Emma Carelli, Celestina, Boninsegna, Mario Sammarco, Giuseppe Borgatti, Francisco Viñas, Edoardo Garbin, and others.  Size for each one is 5.4 x 12.25 inches, some programs have loose pages, in general good condition.
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with... read more >
Lot of 16 complete programs (without covers) for performances at the Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain, between 1903 and 1907, with very important singers of the time, including Alessandro Bonci, Emma Carelli, Celestina, Boninsegna, Mario Sammarco, Giuseppe Borgatti, Francisco Viñas, Edoardo Garbin, and others.  Size for each one is 5.4 x 12.25 inches, some programs have loose pages, in general good condition.

(Item #: H1652-L9B)
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete,... read more >
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro...

$300.00 USD

(Item #: H1652-L9B)
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete,... read more >
Fine collection of 30 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1916 and 1924. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: H1651-L9B)
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are... read more >
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at...

$400.00 USD

(Item #: H1651-L9B)
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are... read more >
Fine collection of 45 programs for performances at Teatro Real de Madrid, Spain, between 1901 and 1915. Most programs are complete, with all pages and covers, various sizes, many important artists. See scans of cast pages. In good to excellent condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: H4427-L13A)
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore (Jan. 29th, 1903), plus one playbill announcing the performance of Rossini's William Tell on Dec. 9th, 1906; conducted by Leopoldo Mugnone. Each program has 12 pages (cast printed on the cover), size is 5.25 x 11 inches; playbill is 7.2 x 16 inches; programs in excellent condition, playbill in poor condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore... read more >
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore (Jan. 29th, 1903), plus one playbill announcing the performance of Rossini's William Tell on Dec. 9th, 1906; conducted by Leopoldo Mugnone. Each program has 12 pages (cast printed on the cover), size is 5.25 x 11 inches; playbill is 7.2 x 16 inches; programs in excellent condition, playbill in poor condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 2 programs for a performance of...

$45.00 USD

(Item #: H4427-L13A)
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore (Jan. 29th, 1903), plus one playbill announcing the performance of Rossini's William Tell on Dec. 9th, 1906; conducted by Leopoldo Mugnone. Each program has 12 pages (cast printed on the cover), size is 5.25 x 11 inches; playbill is 7.2 x 16 inches; programs in excellent condition, playbill in poor condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore... read more >
Set of 2 programs for a performance of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Feb. 14th, 1903) and Verdi's Il Trovatore (Jan. 29th, 1903), plus one playbill announcing the performance of Rossini's William Tell on Dec. 9th, 1906; conducted by Leopoldo Mugnone. Each program has 12 pages (cast printed on the cover), size is 5.25 x 11 inches; playbill is 7.2 x 16 inches; programs in excellent condition, playbill in poor condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.

(Item #: S4369-G10-2)
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former Teatro Costanzi (1888-1926).  Teatro Reale retained its name between 1928 and 1946, becoming later Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.  Size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches, full program with illustrations and articles, 132 pages, minor damage and wear on the spine, otherwise in excellent condition.
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former... read more >
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former Teatro Costanzi (1888-1926).  Teatro Reale retained its name between 1928 and 1946, becoming later Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.  Size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches, full program with illustrations and articles, 132 pages, minor damage and wear on the spine, otherwise in excellent condition.
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of...

$75.00 USD

(Item #: S4369-G10-2)
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former Teatro Costanzi (1888-1926).  Teatro Reale retained its name between 1928 and 1946, becoming later Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.  Size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches, full program with illustrations and articles, 132 pages, minor damage and wear on the spine, otherwise in excellent condition.
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former... read more >
Unsigned program for the inaugural 1928 Season of the Teatro Reale dell'Opera, after 15 months of reparations of the former Teatro Costanzi (1888-1926).  Teatro Reale retained its name between 1928 and 1946, becoming later Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.  Size is 6.9 x 9.75 inches, full program with illustrations and articles, 132 pages, minor damage and wear on the spine, otherwise in excellent condition.

(Item #: H1380-L6)
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists in the casts, including Toti dal Monte, Isidoro Fagoaga, Aureliano Pertile, Carlo Tagliabue, Mercedes Capsir, Riccardo Stracciari, and others.  Various sizes, all complete with all pages and covers, some rust stains, but in overall good condition. See scans of cast (central) pages, and one of the covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists... read more >
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists in the casts, including Toti dal Monte, Isidoro Fagoaga, Aureliano Pertile, Carlo Tagliabue, Mercedes Capsir, Riccardo Stracciari, and others.  Various sizes, all complete with all pages and covers, some rust stains, but in overall good condition. See scans of cast (central) pages, and one of the covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: H1380-L6)
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists in the casts, including Toti dal Monte, Isidoro Fagoaga, Aureliano Pertile, Carlo Tagliabue, Mercedes Capsir, Riccardo Stracciari, and others.  Various sizes, all complete with all pages and covers, some rust stains, but in overall good condition. See scans of cast (central) pages, and one of the covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists... read more >
Group of 5 full programs for opera performances at Teatro Regio di Torino, Italy, period 1926-1935, with some important artists in the casts, including Toti dal Monte, Isidoro Fagoaga, Aureliano Pertile, Carlo Tagliabue, Mercedes Capsir, Riccardo Stracciari, and others.  Various sizes, all complete with all pages and covers, some rust stains, but in overall good condition. See scans of cast (central) pages, and one of the covers. Sold as a lot only - not sold separately.

(Item #: H1655-L9A)
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17 programs), 1 program is from 1926. See scans of central (cast) pages, programs are 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some have ink markings on the cover with the name of the opera, all in very good to excellent condition. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only.
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17... read more >
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17 programs), 1 program is from 1926. See scans of central (cast) pages, programs are 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some have ink markings on the cover with the name of the opera, all in very good to excellent condition. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only.
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera...

$200.00 USD

(Item #: H1655-L9A)
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17 programs), 1 program is from 1926. See scans of central (cast) pages, programs are 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some have ink markings on the cover with the name of the opera, all in very good to excellent condition. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only.
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17... read more >
Small collection of 18 full programs for opera performances at the Teatro San Carlos, in Lisbon, Portugal, period 1908-1910 (17 programs), 1 program is from 1926. See scans of central (cast) pages, programs are 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some have ink markings on the cover with the name of the opera, all in very good to excellent condition. Not sold separately, sold as a lot only.

(Item #: M8093-L6A)
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5 x 8 inches, some wear and minor stains, in very good condition.
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5... read more >
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5 x 8 inches, some wear and minor stains, in very good condition.
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini...

$35.00 USD

(Item #: M8093-L6A)
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5 x 8 inches, some wear and minor stains, in very good condition.
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5... read more >
Program for the Farewell tour of Luisa Tetrazzini in 1933. Full program with all pages and covers. Size is 6.5 x 8 inches, some wear and minor stains, in very good condition.

(Item #: B1161-Bx17-2)
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc read more >
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: B1161-Bx17-2)
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc read more >
London Queen‚ Hall May 22nd, 1913 Program with details on backside. Song Recital : Debussy etc

(Item #: M2415-G5-2)
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National Theater, Munich, Germany, on October 19th, 1909.  Size is 10.8 x 20.4 inches, folds, minor stains (see full and detailed scans), in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are two ticket stubs for this performance.
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National... read more >
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National Theater, Munich, Germany, on October 19th, 1909.  Size is 10.8 x 20.4 inches, folds, minor stains (see full and detailed scans), in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are two ticket stubs for this performance.
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The...

$40.00 USD

(Item #: M2415-G5-2)
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National Theater, Munich, Germany, on October 19th, 1909.  Size is 10.8 x 20.4 inches, folds, minor stains (see full and detailed scans), in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are two ticket stubs for this performance.
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National... read more >
Large playbill announcement for a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai at the Hopf und National Theater, Munich, Germany, on October 19th, 1909.  Size is 10.8 x 20.4 inches, folds, minor stains (see full and detailed scans), in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED are two ticket stubs for this performance.

(Item #: S4434-G11-2)
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo & Luciano Pavarotti), under the baton of James Levine, held in Paris, on July 10th, 1998.  Size is 9.4 x 13 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido... read more >
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo & Luciano Pavarotti), under the baton of James Levine, held in Paris, on July 10th, 1998.  Size is 9.4 x 13 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and...

$50.00 USD

(Item #: S4434-G11-2)
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo & Luciano Pavarotti), under the baton of James Levine, held in Paris, on July 10th, 1998.  Size is 9.4 x 13 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido... read more >
Unsigned large luxury program with many photographs and articles for the massive concert by The 3 Tenors (Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo & Luciano Pavarotti), under the baton of James Levine, held in Paris, on July 10th, 1998.  Size is 9.4 x 13 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in very good condition.

(Item #: H0055-MCL1)
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880 through 1925. A total of over 200 pages separated from an album (not bound), mostly from theater plays, a few from opera and concerts. Each page is 10.5 x 17.5 inches, containing several clips per page, to a total of nearly a thousand, all collected by one same person over a period of 45+ years. Many famous actors and actresses! Sold as a lot only, not sold individually. In overall good condition, see scans of the complete collection.
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880... read more >
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880 through 1925. A total of over 200 pages separated from an album (not bound), mostly from theater plays, a few from opera and concerts. Each page is 10.5 x 17.5 inches, containing several clips per page, to a total of nearly a thousand, all collected by one same person over a period of 45+ years. Many famous actors and actresses! Sold as a lot only, not sold individually. In overall good condition, see scans of the complete collection.
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on...

$350.00 USD

(Item #: H0055-MCL1)
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880 through 1925. A total of over 200 pages separated from an album (not bound), mostly from theater plays, a few from opera and concerts. Each page is 10.5 x 17.5 inches, containing several clips per page, to a total of nearly a thousand, all collected by one same person over a period of 45+ years. Many famous actors and actresses! Sold as a lot only, not sold individually. In overall good condition, see scans of the complete collection.
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880... read more >
Large lot of theater program clips, mounted on pages of an album, from theaters mostly in New York, period 1880 through 1925. A total of over 200 pages separated from an album (not bound), mostly from theater plays, a few from opera and concerts. Each page is 10.5 x 17.5 inches, containing several clips per page, to a total of nearly a thousand, all collected by one same person over a period of 45+ years. Many famous actors and actresses! Sold as a lot only, not sold individually. In overall good condition, see scans of the complete collection.

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

$125.00 USD

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

(Item #: H1721-L16B)
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program is complete, with 4 pages in total, and 4.1 x 6.25 inches in size, except the last 2 programs that are 4.4 x 7.75 inches. Shown are scans of front page and central pages, all in good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program... read more >
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program is complete, with 4 pages in total, and 4.1 x 6.25 inches in size, except the last 2 programs that are 4.4 x 7.75 inches. Shown are scans of front page and central pages, all in good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at...

$140.00 USD

(Item #: H1721-L16B)
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program is complete, with 4 pages in total, and 4.1 x 6.25 inches in size, except the last 2 programs that are 4.4 x 7.75 inches. Shown are scans of front page and central pages, all in good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program... read more >
Small collection of 15 programs for performances at the Theatre National de L´Opera, Paris, between 1891 and 1903. Each program is complete, with 4 pages in total, and 4.1 x 6.25 inches in size, except the last 2 programs that are 4.4 x 7.75 inches. Shown are scans of front page and central pages, all in good condition. Sold as a lot only - not sold individually.

(Item #: GA3940-GX217)
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such as Germaine Lubin, Georges Thill, Vina Bovy, Marthe Nespoulous, Eide Norena, Paul Vergnes, Martial Singher, and many others. Each poster is 16.25 x 37.5 inches, in thin paper, rolled, some have minor cracks, overall very good condition.
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such... read more >
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such as Germaine Lubin, Georges Thill, Vina Bovy, Marthe Nespoulous, Eide Norena, Paul Vergnes, Martial Singher, and many others. Each poster is 16.25 x 37.5 inches, in thin paper, rolled, some have minor cracks, overall very good condition.
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances...

$125.00 USD

(Item #: GA3940-GX217)
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such as Germaine Lubin, Georges Thill, Vina Bovy, Marthe Nespoulous, Eide Norena, Paul Vergnes, Martial Singher, and many others. Each poster is 16.25 x 37.5 inches, in thin paper, rolled, some have minor cracks, overall very good condition.
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such... read more >
Set of 4 announcement posters for upcoming performances at the Theatre National Opera in Paris, 1937. Performances include artists such as Germaine Lubin, Georges Thill, Vina Bovy, Marthe Nespoulous, Eide Norena, Paul Vergnes, Martial Singher, and many others. Each poster is 16.25 x 37.5 inches, in thin paper, rolled, some have minor cracks, overall very good condition.

(Item #: H1689-L10B-1)
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere of Verdi´s "Aida" in 1871. The theater unfortunately disappeared in a big fire in 1971, after a long history of performances with very important singers, conductors and musicians.  Collection of over 60 items, all from Cairo theaters, for performances of opera - a large number of items are from the celebrated Theatre Royal de L´Opera mentioned above, some are from other theaters, all from the period 1920-1926. Programs are in French, and include many famous performers in a wide variety of operas. First 8 scans are for the central pages of full programs, with all pages and covers, the rest of the scans shown here are for only full cast (central pages, count of 25) and clips from central pages (count of 31), not full programs.  Full programs are 7.6 x 10.25 inches, all items in very good condition.  Sold as a lot only, not sold separately.
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere... read more >
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere of Verdi´s "Aida" in 1871. The theater unfortunately disappeared in a big fire in 1971, after a long history of performances with very important singers, conductors and musicians.  Collection of over 60 items, all from Cairo theaters, for performances of opera - a large number of items are from the celebrated Theatre Royal de L´Opera mentioned above, some are from other theaters, all from the period 1920-1926. Programs are in French, and include many famous performers in a wide variety of operas. First 8 scans are for the central pages of full programs, with all pages and covers, the rest of the scans shown here are for only full cast (central pages, count of 25) and clips from central pages (count of 31), not full programs.  Full programs are 7.6 x 10.25 inches, all items in very good condition.  Sold as a lot only, not sold separately.
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt...

$150.00 USD

(Item #: H1689-L10B-1)
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere of Verdi´s "Aida" in 1871. The theater unfortunately disappeared in a big fire in 1971, after a long history of performances with very important singers, conductors and musicians.  Collection of over 60 items, all from Cairo theaters, for performances of opera - a large number of items are from the celebrated Theatre Royal de L´Opera mentioned above, some are from other theaters, all from the period 1920-1926. Programs are in French, and include many famous performers in a wide variety of operas. First 8 scans are for the central pages of full programs, with all pages and covers, the rest of the scans shown here are for only full cast (central pages, count of 25) and clips from central pages (count of 31), not full programs.  Full programs are 7.6 x 10.25 inches, all items in very good condition.  Sold as a lot only, not sold separately.
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere... read more >
The Theatre Royal de L´Opera in Cairo, Egypt (Khedivial Opera House) was built in 1869 and housed the world premiere of Verdi´s "Aida" in 1871. The theater unfortunately disappeared in a big fire in 1971, after a long history of performances with very important singers, conductors and musicians.  Collection of over 60 items, all from Cairo theaters, for performances of opera - a large number of items are from the celebrated Theatre Royal de L´Opera mentioned above, some are from other theaters, all from the period 1920-1926. Programs are in French, and include many famous performers in a wide variety of operas. First 8 scans are for the central pages of full programs, with all pages and covers, the rest of the scans shown here are for only full cast (central pages, count of 25) and clips from central pages (count of 31), not full programs.  Full programs are 7.6 x 10.25 inches, all items in very good condition.  Sold as a lot only, not sold separately.
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