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Unsigned Composer Programs

Original vintage, collectible unsigned programs with composers conducting their own music, including some world premieres of music.

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  • (Item #: S1968-R1-8)
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th, 1917. Von Baussern conducts both his 3rd Symphony "Leben" (1911) and his 4th (1914). Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th,... read more >
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th, 1917. Von Baussern conducts both his 3rd Symphony "Leben" (1911) and his 4th (1914). Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition
    Program for a concert with the German composer...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: S1968-R1-8)
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th, 1917. Von Baussern conducts both his 3rd Symphony "Leben" (1911) and his 4th (1914). Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th,... read more >
    Program for a concert with the German composer and music teacher conducting his own music, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Dec 15th, 1917. Von Baussern conducts both his 3rd Symphony "Leben" (1911) and his 4th (1914). Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition
  • (Item #: S2068-G18B)
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on September 8th, 1971, conducted by the composer himself. Size is 8.3 x 11 inches, 128 pages including covers, in excellent condition. This was as well the Kennedy Center inauguration night.
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on... read more >
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on September 8th, 1971, conducted by the composer himself. Size is 8.3 x 11 inches, 128 pages including covers, in excellent condition. This was as well the Kennedy Center inauguration night.
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs...

    $125.00 USD

    (Item #: S2068-G18B)
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on September 8th, 1971, conducted by the composer himself. Size is 8.3 x 11 inches, 128 pages including covers, in excellent condition. This was as well the Kennedy Center inauguration night.
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on... read more >
    Unsigned program with many articles, information and photographs for a performance of Bernstein's Mass at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., on September 8th, 1971, conducted by the composer himself. Size is 8.3 x 11 inches, 128 pages including covers, in excellent condition. This was as well the Kennedy Center inauguration night.
  • (Item #: B1392-Bx14-B)
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel, Skriabin and Blacher ‚ Five Negro Spirituals. Size is 6.5 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel,... read more >
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel, Skriabin and Blacher ‚ Five Negro Spirituals. Size is 6.5 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra,...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B1392-Bx14-B)
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel, Skriabin and Blacher ‚ Five Negro Spirituals. Size is 6.5 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel,... read more >
    Boris Blacher conducts own works. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, October 23d 1963. Boris Blacher conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Nabokov, Ravel, Skriabin and Blacher ‚ Five Negro Spirituals. Size is 6.5 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: B1022A-Bx8-1)
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses Orchester", conducted by the composer. Also in the program is listed a performance by pianist Moriz Rosenthal, with Clemens Krauss conducting. Full program, 5.6 x 8 inches.
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses... read more >
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses Orchester", conducted by the composer. Also in the program is listed a performance by pianist Moriz Rosenthal, with Clemens Krauss conducting. Full program, 5.6 x 8 inches.
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B1022A-Bx8-1)
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses Orchester", conducted by the composer. Also in the program is listed a performance by pianist Moriz Rosenthal, with Clemens Krauss conducting. Full program, 5.6 x 8 inches.
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses... read more >
    Program for the first Viennese performance of a work by German composer Emil Bohnke (1888-1928): "Thema mit Variationen fur Grosses Orchester", conducted by the composer. Also in the program is listed a performance by pianist Moriz Rosenthal, with Clemens Krauss conducting. Full program, 5.6 x 8 inches.
  • (Item #: B0016A-14-A)
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes: Inlay, 23 x 18 cm, 4 pages, with photographs. The English Opera Group by Basil Douglas. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 3 pages. The Turn of the Screw by Myfanwy Piper. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 4 pages. The Turn of the Screw (Britten), The English Opera Group, Cond.: Benjamin Britten, London, Sadler´s Wells Theatre, 6., 8., 11. + 16. October 1954, Peter Pears - Jennifer Vyvyan - David Hemmings - Lotte Medak
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes:... read more >
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes: Inlay, 23 x 18 cm, 4 pages, with photographs. The English Opera Group by Basil Douglas. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 3 pages. The Turn of the Screw by Myfanwy Piper. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 4 pages. The Turn of the Screw (Britten), The English Opera Group, Cond.: Benjamin Britten, London, Sadler´s Wells Theatre, 6., 8., 11. + 16. October 1954, Peter Pears - Jennifer Vyvyan - David Hemmings - Lotte Medak
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: B0016A-14-A)
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes: Inlay, 23 x 18 cm, 4 pages, with photographs. The English Opera Group by Basil Douglas. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 3 pages. The Turn of the Screw by Myfanwy Piper. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 4 pages. The Turn of the Screw (Britten), The English Opera Group, Cond.: Benjamin Britten, London, Sadler´s Wells Theatre, 6., 8., 11. + 16. October 1954, Peter Pears - Jennifer Vyvyan - David Hemmings - Lotte Medak
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes:... read more >
    Program for a concert in London, 1954, full program. Size is 28,5 x 22 cm. 16 pages, with pictures. Includes: Inlay, 23 x 18 cm, 4 pages, with photographs. The English Opera Group by Basil Douglas. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 3 pages. The Turn of the Screw by Myfanwy Piper. Typoscript, 33 x 20 cm, 4 pages. The Turn of the Screw (Britten), The English Opera Group, Cond.: Benjamin Britten, London, Sadler´s Wells Theatre, 6., 8., 11. + 16. October 1954, Peter Pears - Jennifer Vyvyan - David Hemmings - Lotte Medak
  • (Item #: B0018-14-B)
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English Opera Group Conductor : Benjamin Britten - The burning fiery furnace - Program has 14 pages and is 13,5 cm x 21 cm
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English... read more >
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English Opera Group Conductor : Benjamin Britten - The burning fiery furnace - Program has 14 pages and is 13,5 cm x 21 cm
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967,...

    $20.00 USD

    (Item #: B0018-14-B)
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English Opera Group Conductor : Benjamin Britten - The burning fiery furnace - Program has 14 pages and is 13,5 cm x 21 cm
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English... read more >
    Full program for a concert in London, 1967, Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - Royal Albert Hall 24.07.1967 - The English Opera Group Conductor : Benjamin Britten - The burning fiery furnace - Program has 14 pages and is 13,5 cm x 21 cm
  • (Item #: B0013A-14-B)
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and Benjamin Britten at the piano - Vienna, Mozart-Saal, May 3rd, 1949, music included Liederabend, Lieder von Thomas Ford, John Dowland, Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and... read more >
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and Benjamin Britten at the piano - Vienna, Mozart-Saal, May 3rd, 1949, music included Liederabend, Lieder von Thomas Ford, John Dowland, Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B0013A-14-B)
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and Benjamin Britten at the piano - Vienna, Mozart-Saal, May 3rd, 1949, music included Liederabend, Lieder von Thomas Ford, John Dowland, Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and... read more >
    Program for a recital in Vienna, 1949. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 4 pages. with Peter Pears, tenor and Benjamin Britten at the piano - Vienna, Mozart-Saal, May 3rd, 1949, music included Liederabend, Lieder von Thomas Ford, John Dowland, Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten
  • (Item #: B1384A-Bx14-B)
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears, Theodor Uppman, Frederick Dalberg, Hervey Alan, Geraint Evans , Michael Langdon, etc. Size is 8.5 x 11.25 inches (21.25 x 28 cm), 4 pages, in excellent condition.  
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears,... read more >
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears, Theodor Uppman, Frederick Dalberg, Hervey Alan, Geraint Evans , Michael Langdon, etc. Size is 8.5 x 11.25 inches (21.25 x 28 cm), 4 pages, in excellent condition.  
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With...

    $195.00 USD

    (Item #: B1384A-Bx14-B)
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears, Theodor Uppman, Frederick Dalberg, Hervey Alan, Geraint Evans , Michael Langdon, etc. Size is 8.5 x 11.25 inches (21.25 x 28 cm), 4 pages, in excellent condition.  
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears,... read more >
    Benjamin Britten conducts Billy Bud (world premiere!). With Peter Pears. London Covent Garden, December 1st, 1951. In the cast Peter Pears, Theodor Uppman, Frederick Dalberg, Hervey Alan, Geraint Evans , Michael Langdon, etc. Size is 8.5 x 11.25 inches (21.25 x 28 cm), 4 pages, in excellent condition.  
  • (Item #: M6739-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist and orchestra under the baton of Serge Koussevitzky, Jan 28th, 1927. Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist and orchestra under the baton of Serge Koussevitzky, Jan 28th, 1927. Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony...

    $35.00 USD

    (Item #: M6739-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist and orchestra under the baton of Serge Koussevitzky, Jan 28th, 1927. Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Aaron Copland performing his own concerto for piano as soloist and orchestra under the baton of Serge Koussevitzky, Jan 28th, 1927. Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0026A-Bx14-A)
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966, Conductors: Paul Dessau & Otmar Suitner Soloist: Igor Oistrakh - Johann Pezel: Suite (1685), Paul Dessau: Bach Variationen , Beethoven:Violin Concerto Program (luxurious edition), 14 pages, 23 x 15 cm, excellent condition.
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966,... read more >
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966, Conductors: Paul Dessau & Otmar Suitner Soloist: Igor Oistrakh - Johann Pezel: Suite (1685), Paul Dessau: Bach Variationen , Beethoven:Violin Concerto Program (luxurious edition), 14 pages, 23 x 15 cm, excellent condition.
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B0026A-Bx14-A)
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966, Conductors: Paul Dessau & Otmar Suitner Soloist: Igor Oistrakh - Johann Pezel: Suite (1685), Paul Dessau: Bach Variationen , Beethoven:Violin Concerto Program (luxurious edition), 14 pages, 23 x 15 cm, excellent condition.
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966,... read more >
    Full program for a concert in Berlin, October 2nd, 1966 - Staatskapelle Berlin Opening Concert 10th Berlin Festival Days 1966, Conductors: Paul Dessau & Otmar Suitner Soloist: Igor Oistrakh - Johann Pezel: Suite (1685), Paul Dessau: Bach Variationen , Beethoven:Violin Concerto Program (luxurious edition), 14 pages, 23 x 15 cm, excellent condition.
  • (Item #: B0030A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3 Acts, Cond: Werner Egk Coreographie: Jens Keith - With: Karina Kutz, Hans Beirer, Elfriede Hingst, Elisabeth Hufnagel, Georg Gerhardt, Josef Greindl etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Stadtische Oper Berlin 8.10.1949 Egk : Abraxas (Faustballet), Cond: Werner Egk Gabor Orban, Borge Vermeer, Irene Salomon, Janine Charrat, Margo Ufer, Lilo Herbeth etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Bayerische Staatoper Nationaltheater Munchen - 12.11.1966 Egk : Die Zaubergeige, Oper in 3 Akten von Werner Egk, Cond: Werner Egk With: Grumbach, Schadle, Peter, Michels, Lenz, Proebst, Bohme, Gruber, etc. Program, 22x 24 cm, 42 pages and inlay of 8 pages, storage holes. - Vienna, 20-21. March 1971 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Werner Egk , Soloist: Ludwig Streicher Werner Egk: French Suite (1949) , Johann B. Vanhal: Contrabas Concerto (first performance) Haydn: Symphony Nr 98, Werner Egk: 2nd Sonata for orchestra (1969) (first performance) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pages, written note on cover, good condition, with storage holes.  - Vienna, Nov 23rd 1964 Volksoper, full program performance of Die Zaubergeige conducted by the composer, first Vienna Performance, see scan for full cast. Excellent condition.
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3... read more >
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3 Acts, Cond: Werner Egk Coreographie: Jens Keith - With: Karina Kutz, Hans Beirer, Elfriede Hingst, Elisabeth Hufnagel, Georg Gerhardt, Josef Greindl etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Stadtische Oper Berlin 8.10.1949 Egk : Abraxas (Faustballet), Cond: Werner Egk Gabor Orban, Borge Vermeer, Irene Salomon, Janine Charrat, Margo Ufer, Lilo Herbeth etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Bayerische Staatoper Nationaltheater Munchen - 12.11.1966 Egk : Die Zaubergeige, Oper in 3 Akten von Werner Egk, Cond: Werner Egk With: Grumbach, Schadle, Peter, Michels, Lenz, Proebst, Bohme, Gruber, etc. Program, 22x 24 cm, 42 pages and inlay of 8 pages, storage holes. - Vienna, 20-21. March 1971 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Werner Egk , Soloist: Ludwig Streicher Werner Egk: French Suite (1949) , Johann B. Vanhal: Contrabas Concerto (first performance) Haydn: Symphony Nr 98, Werner Egk: 2nd Sonata for orchestra (1969) (first performance) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pages, written note on cover, good condition, with storage holes.  - Vienna, Nov 23rd 1964 Volksoper, full program performance of Die Zaubergeige conducted by the composer, first Vienna Performance, see scan for full cast. Excellent condition.
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting:...

    $70.00 USD

    (Item #: B0030A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3 Acts, Cond: Werner Egk Coreographie: Jens Keith - With: Karina Kutz, Hans Beirer, Elfriede Hingst, Elisabeth Hufnagel, Georg Gerhardt, Josef Greindl etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Stadtische Oper Berlin 8.10.1949 Egk : Abraxas (Faustballet), Cond: Werner Egk Gabor Orban, Borge Vermeer, Irene Salomon, Janine Charrat, Margo Ufer, Lilo Herbeth etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Bayerische Staatoper Nationaltheater Munchen - 12.11.1966 Egk : Die Zaubergeige, Oper in 3 Akten von Werner Egk, Cond: Werner Egk With: Grumbach, Schadle, Peter, Michels, Lenz, Proebst, Bohme, Gruber, etc. Program, 22x 24 cm, 42 pages and inlay of 8 pages, storage holes. - Vienna, 20-21. March 1971 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Werner Egk , Soloist: Ludwig Streicher Werner Egk: French Suite (1949) , Johann B. Vanhal: Contrabas Concerto (first performance) Haydn: Symphony Nr 98, Werner Egk: 2nd Sonata for orchestra (1969) (first performance) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pages, written note on cover, good condition, with storage holes.  - Vienna, Nov 23rd 1964 Volksoper, full program performance of Die Zaubergeige conducted by the composer, first Vienna Performance, see scan for full cast. Excellent condition.
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3... read more >
    Lot of 5 programs with Werner Egk conducting: - Stadtische Oper Berlin - 17.12.1948 Egk : Circe, Opera in 3 Acts, Cond: Werner Egk Coreographie: Jens Keith - With: Karina Kutz, Hans Beirer, Elfriede Hingst, Elisabeth Hufnagel, Georg Gerhardt, Josef Greindl etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Stadtische Oper Berlin 8.10.1949 Egk : Abraxas (Faustballet), Cond: Werner Egk Gabor Orban, Borge Vermeer, Irene Salomon, Janine Charrat, Margo Ufer, Lilo Herbeth etc. Program, 8 pages, 15 x 20 cm with photo of Werner Egk - Bayerische Staatoper Nationaltheater Munchen - 12.11.1966 Egk : Die Zaubergeige, Oper in 3 Akten von Werner Egk, Cond: Werner Egk With: Grumbach, Schadle, Peter, Michels, Lenz, Proebst, Bohme, Gruber, etc. Program, 22x 24 cm, 42 pages and inlay of 8 pages, storage holes. - Vienna, 20-21. March 1971 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Werner Egk , Soloist: Ludwig Streicher Werner Egk: French Suite (1949) , Johann B. Vanhal: Contrabas Concerto (first performance) Haydn: Symphony Nr 98, Werner Egk: 2nd Sonata for orchestra (1969) (first performance) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pages, written note on cover, good condition, with storage holes.  - Vienna, Nov 23rd 1964 Volksoper, full program performance of Die Zaubergeige conducted by the composer, first Vienna Performance, see scan for full cast. Excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M2720-G7-1)
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera, on August 4th, 1964, conducted by the composer himself.  Size is 8.25 x 9.25 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in excellent condition
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera,... read more >
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera, on August 4th, 1964, conducted by the composer himself.  Size is 8.25 x 9.25 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in excellent condition
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: M2720-G7-1)
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera, on August 4th, 1964, conducted by the composer himself.  Size is 8.25 x 9.25 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in excellent condition
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera,... read more >
    Complete program for a performance of the composer's own opera "Die Verlobung in San Domingo" at the Bavarian State Opera, on August 4th, 1964, conducted by the composer himself.  Size is 8.25 x 9.25 inches, full program with all pages and covers, in excellent condition
  • (Item #: M5308-Y6C)
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars as Maria, Guilio Rossi as Il Conte, Giuseppe Cremonini as Paolo. Four pages, 6.5 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition.
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars... read more >
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars as Maria, Guilio Rossi as Il Conte, Giuseppe Cremonini as Paolo. Four pages, 6.5 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition.
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894),...

    $90.00 USD

    (Item #: M5308-Y6C)
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars as Maria, Guilio Rossi as Il Conte, Giuseppe Cremonini as Paolo. Four pages, 6.5 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition.
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars... read more >
    World premiere program for his opera Fior D`Arte (1894), conducted by the composer at La Scala. Famous soprano Cesira Ferrani stars as Maria, Guilio Rossi as Il Conte, Giuseppe Cremonini as Paolo. Four pages, 6.5 x 9.75 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M6734-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6, concerto for violin and a symphonic poem. Violinist Benno Rabinoff performs as a soloist.   Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6,... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6, concerto for violin and a symphonic poem. Violinist Benno Rabinoff performs as a soloist.   Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony...

    $65.00 USD

    (Item #: M6734-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6, concerto for violin and a symphonic poem. Violinist Benno Rabinoff performs as a soloist.   Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6,... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Glazunov conducts his own music, including his Symphony Nr. 6, concerto for violin and a symphonic poem. Violinist Benno Rabinoff performs as a soloist.   Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M6727-J3A)
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan 25th, 1930. Goosens conducts in both concerts, and both include a piece by him. Both programs are missing covers, and are 5.4 x 8.1 inches, in very good condition.
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan... read more >
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan 25th, 1930. Goosens conducts in both concerts, and both include a piece by him. Both programs are missing covers, and are 5.4 x 8.1 inches, in very good condition.
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: M6727-J3A)
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan 25th, 1930. Goosens conducts in both concerts, and both include a piece by him. Both programs are missing covers, and are 5.4 x 8.1 inches, in very good condition.
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan... read more >
    Two programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, one on Jan 23rd, 1926, another on Jan 25th, 1930. Goosens conducts in both concerts, and both include a piece by him. Both programs are missing covers, and are 5.4 x 8.1 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0121A-14-C)
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener Liszt: Die Ideale - Haydn: Symphony C-minor Hermann Graedener: Lustspiel Ouverture Dvorak: Symphony nr 4 Large announcement of concert Jan 14th 1902 Bach Concerto F-major Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto (Sofie Auspitz, piano) von Herzfeld Ouverture zu Grillparzer´s Der Traum ein Leben - Mozart Symphony KV 550 1 page, both sides printed, 26,5 x 17,5 cm. some spots on left border, otherwise in very good condition.
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener... read more >
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener Liszt: Die Ideale - Haydn: Symphony C-minor Hermann Graedener: Lustspiel Ouverture Dvorak: Symphony nr 4 Large announcement of concert Jan 14th 1902 Bach Concerto F-major Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto (Sofie Auspitz, piano) von Herzfeld Ouverture zu Grillparzer´s Der Traum ein Leben - Mozart Symphony KV 550 1 page, both sides printed, 26,5 x 17,5 cm. some spots on left border, otherwise in very good condition.
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B0121A-14-C)
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener Liszt: Die Ideale - Haydn: Symphony C-minor Hermann Graedener: Lustspiel Ouverture Dvorak: Symphony nr 4 Large announcement of concert Jan 14th 1902 Bach Concerto F-major Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto (Sofie Auspitz, piano) von Herzfeld Ouverture zu Grillparzer´s Der Traum ein Leben - Mozart Symphony KV 550 1 page, both sides printed, 26,5 x 17,5 cm. some spots on left border, otherwise in very good condition.
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener... read more >
    Program for a concert in Vienna Musikverein, January 8th, 1902 - Wiener Concert-Verein. Conductor : Ferdinand Lowe and Hermann Graedener Liszt: Die Ideale - Haydn: Symphony C-minor Hermann Graedener: Lustspiel Ouverture Dvorak: Symphony nr 4 Large announcement of concert Jan 14th 1902 Bach Concerto F-major Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto (Sofie Auspitz, piano) von Herzfeld Ouverture zu Grillparzer´s Der Traum ein Leben - Mozart Symphony KV 550 1 page, both sides printed, 26,5 x 17,5 cm. some spots on left border, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: S2389-2-Bx25-3)
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956.  Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, 1 sheet printed on both sides, in excellent condition.
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956. ... read more >
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956.  Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, 1 sheet printed on both sides, in excellent condition.
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: S2389-2-Bx25-3)
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956.  Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, 1 sheet printed on both sides, in excellent condition.
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956. ... read more >
    Program for a performance of the composer's Sinfonia Serena and other works conducted by the composer himself on March 9th, 1956.  Size is 5.75 x 8.25 inches, 1 sheet printed on both sides, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: B0047A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Salzburger Festpiele 1952 - Siebentes Orchesterkonzert - Die Wiener Philharmoniker - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Helmut Wobisch, trompete - Handel: Concerto grosso E-moll, op 6, nr.3, fur zwei soloviolinen, solocello und streichorchester Haydn: Konzert fur Trompete und Orchester - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) - Program, 2 pages, 15 x 20 cm - Vienna, December 15th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin Feb 10th,1957 - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Friedrich Gulda - Felix Mendelssohn-Bratholdy: Musik zu Shakespears Lustspiel "Ein Sommernachtstraum". Beethoven: Konzert fur Klavier und Orchester nr. 1 in C-dur, op.15 - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) Program, 8 pages, 16 x 16 cm (2 copies of this program). - Munchner Opernfestspiele - Munchen, Sept 2nd, 1957 - Hindemith : Die Harmonie der Welt Dirigent: Paul Hindemith - With: Engen, Hoppe, Walter, Holm, Wehofschitz, Knapp, Cordes, Camer, Ostertag, Keil etc. Program, 12 pages, 15 x 20 cm, with photos and illustrations  
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith... read more >
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Salzburger Festpiele 1952 - Siebentes Orchesterkonzert - Die Wiener Philharmoniker - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Helmut Wobisch, trompete - Handel: Concerto grosso E-moll, op 6, nr.3, fur zwei soloviolinen, solocello und streichorchester Haydn: Konzert fur Trompete und Orchester - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) - Program, 2 pages, 15 x 20 cm - Vienna, December 15th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin Feb 10th,1957 - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Friedrich Gulda - Felix Mendelssohn-Bratholdy: Musik zu Shakespears Lustspiel "Ein Sommernachtstraum". Beethoven: Konzert fur Klavier und Orchester nr. 1 in C-dur, op.15 - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) Program, 8 pages, 16 x 16 cm (2 copies of this program). - Munchner Opernfestspiele - Munchen, Sept 2nd, 1957 - Hindemith : Die Harmonie der Welt Dirigent: Paul Hindemith - With: Engen, Hoppe, Walter, Holm, Wehofschitz, Knapp, Cordes, Camer, Ostertag, Keil etc. Program, 12 pages, 15 x 20 cm, with photos and illustrations  
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: B0047A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Salzburger Festpiele 1952 - Siebentes Orchesterkonzert - Die Wiener Philharmoniker - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Helmut Wobisch, trompete - Handel: Concerto grosso E-moll, op 6, nr.3, fur zwei soloviolinen, solocello und streichorchester Haydn: Konzert fur Trompete und Orchester - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) - Program, 2 pages, 15 x 20 cm - Vienna, December 15th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin Feb 10th,1957 - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Friedrich Gulda - Felix Mendelssohn-Bratholdy: Musik zu Shakespears Lustspiel "Ein Sommernachtstraum". Beethoven: Konzert fur Klavier und Orchester nr. 1 in C-dur, op.15 - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) Program, 8 pages, 16 x 16 cm (2 copies of this program). - Munchner Opernfestspiele - Munchen, Sept 2nd, 1957 - Hindemith : Die Harmonie der Welt Dirigent: Paul Hindemith - With: Engen, Hoppe, Walter, Holm, Wehofschitz, Knapp, Cordes, Camer, Ostertag, Keil etc. Program, 12 pages, 15 x 20 cm, with photos and illustrations  
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith... read more >
    Lot of 5 concert programs, with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Salzburger Festpiele 1952 - Siebentes Orchesterkonzert - Die Wiener Philharmoniker - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Helmut Wobisch, trompete - Handel: Concerto grosso E-moll, op 6, nr.3, fur zwei soloviolinen, solocello und streichorchester Haydn: Konzert fur Trompete und Orchester - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) - Program, 2 pages, 15 x 20 cm - Vienna, December 15th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin Feb 10th,1957 - Cond: Paul Hindemith Soloist: Friedrich Gulda - Felix Mendelssohn-Bratholdy: Musik zu Shakespears Lustspiel "Ein Sommernachtstraum". Beethoven: Konzert fur Klavier und Orchester nr. 1 in C-dur, op.15 - Paul Hindemith: Symphonia Serena (1946) Program, 8 pages, 16 x 16 cm (2 copies of this program). - Munchner Opernfestspiele - Munchen, Sept 2nd, 1957 - Hindemith : Die Harmonie der Welt Dirigent: Paul Hindemith - With: Engen, Hoppe, Walter, Holm, Wehofschitz, Knapp, Cordes, Camer, Ostertag, Keil etc. Program, 12 pages, 15 x 20 cm, with photos and illustrations  
  • (Item #: B0056A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Ernst Haefliger Old Music (Gabrieli, de Machaut, de Cruce), Hindemith: Motetten für Tenor und Klavier (world premiere) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 14 pages, excellent condition. - Berlin, October 9th, 1959 - Herkules-Saal der Residenz Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloists: Wolfgang Marchner, Violine Carl Seemann, Klavier Paul Hindemith: Konzertmusik fur Blasorchester opus 41 (1927), Alban Berg: Kammer konzert fur Violine, Klavier und dreizehn Blaser (1925) Igor Strawinsky: Symphonische Stucke fur Blaser in einem Satz (1920), Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in B fur Blasorchester (1951) Program, 14 pages, 21 x 24 cm, full page portrait of Paul Hindemith and Verleger Willy Strecker, Alban Berg, Igor Strawinsky - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Vienna, December 13th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Rome, January 12th, 1955 - Teatro Argentina Orchestra Stabile Dell´Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia Conductor: Paul Hindemith Soloist : Ira Malaniuk. Haydn: Sinfonia Militare, Hindemith: "Das Marienleben", Mendelssohn: La Grotta di Fingal, Hindemith : Concerto per archi e ottoni (Konzertmusik fur Streichorchester und Blechblaser). 20 pages, 22 x 13.5 cm, with pictures of conductor and soloist, excellent condition
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber... read more >
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Ernst Haefliger Old Music (Gabrieli, de Machaut, de Cruce), Hindemith: Motetten für Tenor und Klavier (world premiere) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 14 pages, excellent condition. - Berlin, October 9th, 1959 - Herkules-Saal der Residenz Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloists: Wolfgang Marchner, Violine Carl Seemann, Klavier Paul Hindemith: Konzertmusik fur Blasorchester opus 41 (1927), Alban Berg: Kammer konzert fur Violine, Klavier und dreizehn Blaser (1925) Igor Strawinsky: Symphonische Stucke fur Blaser in einem Satz (1920), Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in B fur Blasorchester (1951) Program, 14 pages, 21 x 24 cm, full page portrait of Paul Hindemith and Verleger Willy Strecker, Alban Berg, Igor Strawinsky - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Vienna, December 13th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Rome, January 12th, 1955 - Teatro Argentina Orchestra Stabile Dell´Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia Conductor: Paul Hindemith Soloist : Ira Malaniuk. Haydn: Sinfonia Militare, Hindemith: "Das Marienleben", Mendelssohn: La Grotta di Fingal, Hindemith : Concerto per archi e ottoni (Konzertmusik fur Streichorchester und Blechblaser). 20 pages, 22 x 13.5 cm, with pictures of conductor and soloist, excellent condition
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: B0056A-14-C)
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Ernst Haefliger Old Music (Gabrieli, de Machaut, de Cruce), Hindemith: Motetten für Tenor und Klavier (world premiere) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 14 pages, excellent condition. - Berlin, October 9th, 1959 - Herkules-Saal der Residenz Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloists: Wolfgang Marchner, Violine Carl Seemann, Klavier Paul Hindemith: Konzertmusik fur Blasorchester opus 41 (1927), Alban Berg: Kammer konzert fur Violine, Klavier und dreizehn Blaser (1925) Igor Strawinsky: Symphonische Stucke fur Blaser in einem Satz (1920), Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in B fur Blasorchester (1951) Program, 14 pages, 21 x 24 cm, full page portrait of Paul Hindemith and Verleger Willy Strecker, Alban Berg, Igor Strawinsky - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Vienna, December 13th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Rome, January 12th, 1955 - Teatro Argentina Orchestra Stabile Dell´Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia Conductor: Paul Hindemith Soloist : Ira Malaniuk. Haydn: Sinfonia Militare, Hindemith: "Das Marienleben", Mendelssohn: La Grotta di Fingal, Hindemith : Concerto per archi e ottoni (Konzertmusik fur Streichorchester und Blechblaser). 20 pages, 22 x 13.5 cm, with pictures of conductor and soloist, excellent condition
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber... read more >
    Lot of 5 programs, all with Paul Hindemith conducting: - Berlin, October 2nd, 1960 - RIAS- Chamber Choir & Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Ernst Haefliger Old Music (Gabrieli, de Machaut, de Cruce), Hindemith: Motetten für Tenor und Klavier (world premiere) Program, 21 x 15 cm, 14 pages, excellent condition. - Berlin, October 9th, 1959 - Herkules-Saal der Residenz Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Soloists: Wolfgang Marchner, Violine Carl Seemann, Klavier Paul Hindemith: Konzertmusik fur Blasorchester opus 41 (1927), Alban Berg: Kammer konzert fur Violine, Klavier und dreizehn Blaser (1925) Igor Strawinsky: Symphonische Stucke fur Blaser in einem Satz (1920), Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in B fur Blasorchester (1951) Program, 14 pages, 21 x 24 cm, full page portrait of Paul Hindemith and Verleger Willy Strecker, Alban Berg, Igor Strawinsky - Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester Berlin Titania-Palast Steglitz, 17.02.1949 Cond: Paul Hindemith - Soloist: Gerhard Puchelt - Mozart: Sinfonie Es-Dur, Nr. 39, KV 543 Paul Hindemith :Thema mit vier variationen fur klavier und orchester - Luigi Cherubini: Ouverture "Medea" - Paul Hindemith: Symphonie in Es (1940) - Program, 6 pages, 15 x 21,5 cm. - Vienna, December 13th, 1955 (premiere) - Volksoper Conductor: Paul Hindemith - Hindemith : Neues vom Tage Program, 16 pages + insert 4 pages, 22 x 14 cm, including admission ticket, excellent condition. - Rome, January 12th, 1955 - Teatro Argentina Orchestra Stabile Dell´Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia Conductor: Paul Hindemith Soloist : Ira Malaniuk. Haydn: Sinfonia Militare, Hindemith: "Das Marienleben", Mendelssohn: La Grotta di Fingal, Hindemith : Concerto per archi e ottoni (Konzertmusik fur Streichorchester und Blechblaser). 20 pages, 22 x 13.5 cm, with pictures of conductor and soloist, excellent condition
  • (Item #: B1452-20-7)
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater, August 11th, 1957. Conductor: Paul Hindemith with Josef Metternich - Richard Holm - Hertha Topper.
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater,... read more >
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater, August 11th, 1957. Conductor: Paul Hindemith with Josef Metternich - Richard Holm - Hertha Topper.
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: B1452-20-7)
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater, August 11th, 1957. Conductor: Paul Hindemith with Josef Metternich - Richard Holm - Hertha Topper.
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater,... read more >
    World Premiere Invitation Card 1957. Size is 10 x 16 cm. Premiere of Die Harmonie der Welt (Hindemith) Munchen, Prinzregententheater, August 11th, 1957. Conductor: Paul Hindemith with Josef Metternich - Richard Holm - Hertha Topper.
  • (Item #: M6737-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano and orchestra, with his wife Andree Vaurabourg-Honegger as soloist.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano and orchestra, with his wife Andree Vaurabourg-Honegger as soloist.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: M6737-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano and orchestra, with his wife Andree Vaurabourg-Honegger as soloist.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Honegger conducting his own music, including a concertino for Piano and orchestra, with his wife Andree Vaurabourg-Honegger as soloist.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0060A-14-C)
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle Berlin - Conductor: Aram Khachaturian Soloist: Julius Katchen - Khachaturian: Symphony Nr 2 Khachaturian: Piano Concerto - Khachaturian: Excerpts from "Spartacus" Program, 22.5 x 14.5 cm, 8 pages, excellent condition, full page picture of Khachaturian
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle... read more >
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle Berlin - Conductor: Aram Khachaturian Soloist: Julius Katchen - Khachaturian: Symphony Nr 2 Khachaturian: Piano Concerto - Khachaturian: Excerpts from "Spartacus" Program, 22.5 x 14.5 cm, 8 pages, excellent condition, full page picture of Khachaturian
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B0060A-14-C)
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle Berlin - Conductor: Aram Khachaturian Soloist: Julius Katchen - Khachaturian: Symphony Nr 2 Khachaturian: Piano Concerto - Khachaturian: Excerpts from "Spartacus" Program, 22.5 x 14.5 cm, 8 pages, excellent condition, full page picture of Khachaturian
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle... read more >
    Aram Khachaturian Program Aram Khachaturian Program - Program conducting Aram Khachaturian's own music - Berlin, April 14th, 1961 - Staatskapelle Berlin - Conductor: Aram Khachaturian Soloist: Julius Katchen - Khachaturian: Symphony Nr 2 Khachaturian: Piano Concerto - Khachaturian: Excerpts from "Spartacus" Program, 22.5 x 14.5 cm, 8 pages, excellent condition, full page picture of Khachaturian
  • (Item #: M2421-G1-2)
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with the orchestra conducted by famous Russian composer Aram Katchaturian. Concert was entirely dedicated to his music, size is 6.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with the orchestra conducted by famous Russian composer Aram Katchaturian. Concert was entirely dedicated to his music, size is 6.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: M2421-G1-2)
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with the orchestra conducted by famous Russian composer Aram Katchaturian. Concert was entirely dedicated to his music, size is 6.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers for a concert at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 1957, with the orchestra conducted by famous Russian composer Aram Katchaturian. Concert was entirely dedicated to his music, size is 6.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: B0058A-14-A)
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking. Cherubini : Ouverture Ali Baba, Chopin : Klavier Konzert E moll op. 11 Julius Kopsch : Klavier konzert C dur, Manuel de Falla: Noches en los jardines de Espana Program: 1 page, large size!: 6.25 x 16.75 inches (or 16 x 34 cm)
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking.... read more >
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking. Cherubini : Ouverture Ali Baba, Chopin : Klavier Konzert E moll op. 11 Julius Kopsch : Klavier konzert C dur, Manuel de Falla: Noches en los jardines de Espana Program: 1 page, large size!: 6.25 x 16.75 inches (or 16 x 34 cm)
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music -...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B0058A-14-A)
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking. Cherubini : Ouverture Ali Baba, Chopin : Klavier Konzert E moll op. 11 Julius Kopsch : Klavier konzert C dur, Manuel de Falla: Noches en los jardines de Espana Program: 1 page, large size!: 6.25 x 16.75 inches (or 16 x 34 cm)
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking.... read more >
    Julius Kopsch program conducting his own music - Berlin , 10.02.1925 Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester Cond.: Julius Kopsch - Soloist: Walter Gieseking. Cherubini : Ouverture Ali Baba, Chopin : Klavier Konzert E moll op. 11 Julius Kopsch : Klavier konzert C dur, Manuel de Falla: Noches en los jardines de Espana Program: 1 page, large size!: 6.25 x 16.75 inches (or 16 x 34 cm)
  • (Item #: GA7713-GX246D)
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a print of the composer, shown young. Size is 6 x 8.25 inches.
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25... read more >
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a print of the composer, shown young. Size is 6 x 8.25 inches.
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated...

    $95.00 USD

    (Item #: GA7713-GX246D)
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a print of the composer, shown young. Size is 6 x 8.25 inches.
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25... read more >
    Signed program for a performance in Vienna, dated in 1968, with him conducting his own music. Four pages, sized 4.25 x 9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a print of the composer, shown young. Size is 6 x 8.25 inches.
  • (Item #: H1440-J3H)
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with Otto Wiener in the title role. Signed on the first page by both the composer, who conducted this concert, and Wiener. Size is 8.3 x 11.6 inches, fold and some rust stains, in good condition.
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with... read more >
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with Otto Wiener in the title role. Signed on the first page by both the composer, who conducted this concert, and Wiener. Size is 8.3 x 11.6 inches, fold and some rust stains, in good condition.
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s...

    $70.00 USD

    (Item #: H1440-J3H)
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with Otto Wiener in the title role. Signed on the first page by both the composer, who conducted this concert, and Wiener. Size is 8.3 x 11.6 inches, fold and some rust stains, in good condition.
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with... read more >
    Nine-page program typewritten and printed, concert celebrating Krenek´s 60th birthday, performance of the stage work with music "Karl V", with Otto Wiener in the title role. Signed on the first page by both the composer, who conducted this concert, and Wiener. Size is 8.3 x 11.6 inches, fold and some rust stains, in good condition.
  • (Item #: B1357A-Bx4-1)
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program, 4 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches, excellent condition.
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program,... read more >
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program, 4 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches, excellent condition.
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B1357A-Bx4-1)
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program, 4 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches, excellent condition.
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program,... read more >
    Concert program, November 1963, performance of Kurz` Divertimento for String Orchestra and piano, op 15, at Gewandhaus, Leipzig. Full program, 4 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches, excellent condition.
  • (Item #: B0065A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski: Partita for violin and orchestra (German premiere), Lutoslawski: Interludium for orchestra (world premiere) - Lutosalwski: Chain 2 for violin and orchestra, Lutoslawski: Symphony N° 3 - Program, 12 pages, 20 x 20 cm, with full page pictures of Witold Lutoslawski and Anne-Sophie Mutter, excellent condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski:... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski: Partita for violin and orchestra (German premiere), Lutoslawski: Interludium for orchestra (world premiere) - Lutosalwski: Chain 2 for violin and orchestra, Lutoslawski: Symphony N° 3 - Program, 12 pages, 20 x 20 cm, with full page pictures of Witold Lutoslawski and Anne-Sophie Mutter, excellent condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: B0065A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski: Partita for violin and orchestra (German premiere), Lutoslawski: Interludium for orchestra (world premiere) - Lutosalwski: Chain 2 for violin and orchestra, Lutoslawski: Symphony N° 3 - Program, 12 pages, 20 x 20 cm, with full page pictures of Witold Lutoslawski and Anne-Sophie Mutter, excellent condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski:... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Munich, January 12th, 1990, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Witold Lutoslawski. Soloist: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Lutoslawski: Partita for violin and orchestra (German premiere), Lutoslawski: Interludium for orchestra (world premiere) - Lutosalwski: Chain 2 for violin and orchestra, Lutoslawski: Symphony N° 3 - Program, 12 pages, 20 x 20 cm, with full page pictures of Witold Lutoslawski and Anne-Sophie Mutter, excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H1709-L11B)
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 - Cast includes Carlo Galeffi, Gilda dalla Rizza and others. Size is 7.1 x 10.5 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 -... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 - Cast includes Carlo Galeffi, Gilda dalla Rizza and others. Size is 7.1 x 10.5 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: H1709-L11B)
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 - Cast includes Carlo Galeffi, Gilda dalla Rizza and others. Size is 7.1 x 10.5 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 -... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1933 - Cast includes Carlo Galeffi, Gilda dalla Rizza and others. Size is 7.1 x 10.5 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
  • (Item #: H1711-L11B)
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts La Favorita (Donizetti) and Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini) during his South American tour, each program is complete with all pages and covers, 7.4 x 7.4 inches in size. Lose covers, otherwise in very good condition. See scans of central (program) pages.
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts... read more >
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts La Favorita (Donizetti) and Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini) during his South American tour, each program is complete with all pages and covers, 7.4 x 7.4 inches in size. Lose covers, otherwise in very good condition. See scans of central (program) pages.
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro...

    $80.00 USD

    (Item #: H1711-L11B)
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts La Favorita (Donizetti) and Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini) during his South American tour, each program is complete with all pages and covers, 7.4 x 7.4 inches in size. Lose covers, otherwise in very good condition. See scans of central (program) pages.
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts... read more >
    Set of 2 full programs with composer/conductor Pietro Mascagni conducting opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1922. Mascagni conducts La Favorita (Donizetti) and Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini) during his South American tour, each program is complete with all pages and covers, 7.4 x 7.4 inches in size. Lose covers, otherwise in very good condition. See scans of central (program) pages.
  • (Item #: B0071A-14-A)
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico Viglione Borghese. Smetana: Ouverture Die verkaufte Braute, Leoncavallo: Prolog zu Bajazzo, Beethoven: Symphony No 5, Mascagni: Intermezzo from "L´amico Fritz", Verdi: Credo from "Otello", Mascagni: Visione lirica (Guardando la Santa Teresa del Bernini) (first performance in Germany), Mascagni: Ouverture "Le Maschere" (first performance in Germany) Wagner: Ouverture, Programme, 8 pages, 21,5 x 13,5 cm, paperback, with full page picture of Mascagni, an interview and second picture of Mascagni, art deco cover, excellent condition
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico... read more >
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico Viglione Borghese. Smetana: Ouverture Die verkaufte Braute, Leoncavallo: Prolog zu Bajazzo, Beethoven: Symphony No 5, Mascagni: Intermezzo from "L´amico Fritz", Verdi: Credo from "Otello", Mascagni: Visione lirica (Guardando la Santa Teresa del Bernini) (first performance in Germany), Mascagni: Ouverture "Le Maschere" (first performance in Germany) Wagner: Ouverture, Programme, 8 pages, 21,5 x 13,5 cm, paperback, with full page picture of Mascagni, an interview and second picture of Mascagni, art deco cover, excellent condition
    Concert program with him conducting his own music....

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: B0071A-14-A)
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico Viglione Borghese. Smetana: Ouverture Die verkaufte Braute, Leoncavallo: Prolog zu Bajazzo, Beethoven: Symphony No 5, Mascagni: Intermezzo from "L´amico Fritz", Verdi: Credo from "Otello", Mascagni: Visione lirica (Guardando la Santa Teresa del Bernini) (first performance in Germany), Mascagni: Ouverture "Le Maschere" (first performance in Germany) Wagner: Ouverture, Programme, 8 pages, 21,5 x 13,5 cm, paperback, with full page picture of Mascagni, an interview and second picture of Mascagni, art deco cover, excellent condition
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico... read more >
    Concert program with him conducting his own music. Berlin Sportpalast, October 16th, 1924, Bluthner Orchester, Cond.: Pietro Mascagni. Soloist: Domenico Viglione Borghese. Smetana: Ouverture Die verkaufte Braute, Leoncavallo: Prolog zu Bajazzo, Beethoven: Symphony No 5, Mascagni: Intermezzo from "L´amico Fritz", Verdi: Credo from "Otello", Mascagni: Visione lirica (Guardando la Santa Teresa del Bernini) (first performance in Germany), Mascagni: Ouverture "Le Maschere" (first performance in Germany) Wagner: Ouverture, Programme, 8 pages, 21,5 x 13,5 cm, paperback, with full page picture of Mascagni, an interview and second picture of Mascagni, art deco cover, excellent condition
  • (Item #: B1555C-Bx4B)
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition. See scans and also detailed scan of the cast.
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches,... read more >
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition. See scans and also detailed scan of the cast.
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón,...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: B1555C-Bx4B)
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition. See scans and also detailed scan of the cast.
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches,... read more >
    Mascagni conducts "Cavalleria Rusticana", full program Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 27th, 1922. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition. See scans and also detailed scan of the cast.
  • (Item #: M4665-CL-CL3)
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting his own opera Iris. Gilda Dalla Rizza in the title role, Hipolito Lazaro as Osaka. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting... read more >
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting his own opera Iris. Gilda Dalla Rizza in the title role, Hipolito Lazaro as Osaka. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a performance of Iris at...

    $48.00 USD

    (Item #: M4665-CL-CL3)
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting his own opera Iris. Gilda Dalla Rizza in the title role, Hipolito Lazaro as Osaka. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting... read more >
    Full program for a performance of Iris at Teatro Colón, Bs Aires, Argentina, July 22nd, 1922, with Pietro Mascagni conducting his own opera Iris. Gilda Dalla Rizza in the title role, Hipolito Lazaro as Osaka. Size is 7.5 x 7.5 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0025A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell Davies, Peter Maxwell Davies: The Martydom of St. Magnus, Eight Songs for a Mad King Program: 4 pages, 21 cm x 23 cm
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell Davies, Peter Maxwell Davies: The Martydom of St. Magnus, Eight Songs for a Mad King Program: 4 pages, 21 cm x 23 cm
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper...

    $35.00 USD

    (Item #: B0025A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell Davies, Peter Maxwell Davies: The Martydom of St. Magnus, Eight Songs for a Mad King Program: 4 pages, 21 cm x 23 cm
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music. Bayerische Staatsoper - The Fires of London - 22.04. (no year) Cond.: Peter Maxwell Davies, Peter Maxwell Davies: The Martydom of St. Magnus, Eight Songs for a Mad King Program: 4 pages, 21 cm x 23 cm
  • (Item #: M6738-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: M6738-J3B)
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted... read more >
    Program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Darius Milhaud performing his own music at the piano as soloist, orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.  Program is missing covers, is 5.6 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M2492-G1-4)
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater, Vienna.  Composed with star tenor Richard Tauber in mind, this operetta was first performed in Vienna under the baton of the composer, and it was highly successful. Tauber would not be able to be on that occasion in Vienna, but would later premiere "Paganini" in Berlin.  One page, 8.75 x 11.5 inches, central fold, in very good condition.
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater,... read more >
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater, Vienna.  Composed with star tenor Richard Tauber in mind, this operetta was first performed in Vienna under the baton of the composer, and it was highly successful. Tauber would not be able to be on that occasion in Vienna, but would later premiere "Paganini" in Berlin.  One page, 8.75 x 11.5 inches, central fold, in very good condition.
    One page program for the world premiere of...

    $200.00 USD

    (Item #: M2492-G1-4)
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater, Vienna.  Composed with star tenor Richard Tauber in mind, this operetta was first performed in Vienna under the baton of the composer, and it was highly successful. Tauber would not be able to be on that occasion in Vienna, but would later premiere "Paganini" in Berlin.  One page, 8.75 x 11.5 inches, central fold, in very good condition.
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater,... read more >
    One page program for the world premiere of this successful operetta by Franz Lehar, October 30th, 1930, Johann Strauss Theater, Vienna.  Composed with star tenor Richard Tauber in mind, this operetta was first performed in Vienna under the baton of the composer, and it was highly successful. Tauber would not be able to be on that occasion in Vienna, but would later premiere "Paganini" in Berlin.  One page, 8.75 x 11.5 inches, central fold, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M6704-J3B)
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own works, season 1929-1930. Names include Ernest Schelling, Henry Eichheim, Walter Piston and Russian-American composer Samuel Gardner. The last two are world-premiering works. Programs are missing covers (except Schelling´s), and are 5.6 x 8.3 inches, in very good condition.  
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own... read more >
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own works, season 1929-1930. Names include Ernest Schelling, Henry Eichheim, Walter Piston and Russian-American composer Samuel Gardner. The last two are world-premiering works. Programs are missing covers (except Schelling´s), and are 5.6 x 8.3 inches, in very good condition.  
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: M6704-J3B)
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own works, season 1929-1930. Names include Ernest Schelling, Henry Eichheim, Walter Piston and Russian-American composer Samuel Gardner. The last two are world-premiering works. Programs are missing covers (except Schelling´s), and are 5.6 x 8.3 inches, in very good condition.  
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own... read more >
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of American composers conducting their own works, season 1929-1930. Names include Ernest Schelling, Henry Eichheim, Walter Piston and Russian-American composer Samuel Gardner. The last two are world-premiering works. Programs are missing covers (except Schelling´s), and are 5.6 x 8.3 inches, in very good condition.  
  • (Item #: H1708-L11B)
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 - Cast includes Georges Thill, Giuseppina Cobelli, Ezio Pinza, Salvatore Baccaloni and others. Size is 8 x 11.25 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 -... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 - Cast includes Georges Thill, Giuseppina Cobelli, Ezio Pinza, Salvatore Baccaloni and others. Size is 8 x 11.25 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: H1708-L11B)
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 - Cast includes Georges Thill, Giuseppina Cobelli, Ezio Pinza, Salvatore Baccaloni and others. Size is 8 x 11.25 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 -... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers, performance of his own opera at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1931 - Cast includes Georges Thill, Giuseppina Cobelli, Ezio Pinza, Salvatore Baccaloni and others. Size is 8 x 11.25 inches, in excellent condition - see scan of central page (program page).
  • (Item #: GA0744-GX002B)
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by the composer at the top, attached to a slightly larger piece of paper. Size is 5.5 x 7.6 inches, in very good condition.
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by... read more >
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by the composer at the top, attached to a slightly larger piece of paper. Size is 5.5 x 7.6 inches, in very good condition.
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto...

    $385.00 USD

    (Item #: GA0744-GX002B)
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by the composer at the top, attached to a slightly larger piece of paper. Size is 5.5 x 7.6 inches, in very good condition.
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by... read more >
    Page from a program of Poulenc's Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist, 1950. Page is inscribed and signed by the composer at the top, attached to a slightly larger piece of paper. Size is 5.5 x 7.6 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H0061-G19)
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1938, with a mostly French cast. Full program with all pages and covers, 6.25 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at... read more >
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1938, with a mostly French cast. Full program with all pages and covers, 6.25 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: H0061-G19)
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1938, with a mostly French cast. Full program with all pages and covers, 6.25 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at... read more >
    Program for a performance of the opera Rolande et le Mauvais Garçon, by Henri Rabaud, conducted by the composer at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1938, with a mostly French cast. Full program with all pages and covers, 6.25 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: S2106-Bx22-3)
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in Modo Misolydico (which was world premiered in New York on Dec 31st, 1925, just 3 months before this performance), with him as soloist, Willem Mengelberg conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra in The Hague. Signature below Respighi´s photo is printed. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his... read more >
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in Modo Misolydico (which was world premiered in New York on Dec 31st, 1925, just 3 months before this performance), with him as soloist, Willem Mengelberg conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra in The Hague. Signature below Respighi´s photo is printed. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: S2106-Bx22-3)
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in Modo Misolydico (which was world premiered in New York on Dec 31st, 1925, just 3 months before this performance), with him as soloist, Willem Mengelberg conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra in The Hague. Signature below Respighi´s photo is printed. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his... read more >
    Full unsigned program for a performance by Ottorino Respighi playing his own music, on March 6th, 1926. Pieces include his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in Modo Misolydico (which was world premiered in New York on Dec 31st, 1925, just 3 months before this performance), with him as soloist, Willem Mengelberg conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra in The Hague. Signature below Respighi´s photo is printed. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M2408-G1-2)
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with the composer conducting his own opera.  Cast includes Lina Bruna Rasa and Adelaide Saraceni, among others, size is 5.4 x 7.9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with the composer conducting his own opera.  Cast includes Lina Bruna Rasa and Adelaide Saraceni, among others, size is 5.4 x 7.9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: M2408-G1-2)
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with the composer conducting his own opera.  Cast includes Lina Bruna Rasa and Adelaide Saraceni, among others, size is 5.4 x 7.9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with... read more >
    Full program with all pages and covers for a performance of this opera at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, Italy, with the composer conducting his own opera.  Cast includes Lina Bruna Rasa and Adelaide Saraceni, among others, size is 5.4 x 7.9 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B1369-Bx4-1)
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers, excellent condition
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers,... read more >
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers, excellent condition
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera...

    $38.00 USD

    (Item #: B1369-Bx4-1)
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers, excellent condition
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers,... read more >
    Concert program 1937, Franz Salmhofer conducts his opera Weihnachtsmaerchen. Vienna State Opera, 1934. Full program, with all pages and covers, excellent condition
  • (Item #: B0081A-14-A)
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music - Staatsoper im Theater an der Wien 22.11.1949 Iwan Tarassenko, Oper in einem Vorspiel und einem Akt von Franz Salmhofer Conductor: Franz Salmhofer. With Paul Schoffler, Zadek, Kunz, Rohs, Edelmann, London, Majkut, Koreh, Proglhof, Grohs etc. 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm Concert program conducting his own music. Staatsoper Wien, 15.01.1946. Der Taugenichts in Wien, Ballet in funf Bildern und einem Nachspiel von Grete Wiesenthal Music: Franz Salmhofer, Conductor: Franz Salmhofer, Choregraphie: Grete Wiesenthal. With Raimund, Drapal, Franzl, Temple, Graf, Brauer, Pokorny, Birkmeyer etc. Program, 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, photo with Franz Salmhofer. Concert program conducting his own music, Staats Oper im Volksoperngebaude, July 1946, performance of Das Werbekleid, Opera in 3 acts von Franz Salmhofer. Conducted by the composer himself: Franz Salmhofer. With Vogel, Friedreich, Jurinac, Braun. Program, 6 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, and ticket stub. Also included is a second program of this opera, but a week later, same cast.
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music -... read more >
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music - Staatsoper im Theater an der Wien 22.11.1949 Iwan Tarassenko, Oper in einem Vorspiel und einem Akt von Franz Salmhofer Conductor: Franz Salmhofer. With Paul Schoffler, Zadek, Kunz, Rohs, Edelmann, London, Majkut, Koreh, Proglhof, Grohs etc. 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm Concert program conducting his own music. Staatsoper Wien, 15.01.1946. Der Taugenichts in Wien, Ballet in funf Bildern und einem Nachspiel von Grete Wiesenthal Music: Franz Salmhofer, Conductor: Franz Salmhofer, Choregraphie: Grete Wiesenthal. With Raimund, Drapal, Franzl, Temple, Graf, Brauer, Pokorny, Birkmeyer etc. Program, 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, photo with Franz Salmhofer. Concert program conducting his own music, Staats Oper im Volksoperngebaude, July 1946, performance of Das Werbekleid, Opera in 3 acts von Franz Salmhofer. Conducted by the composer himself: Franz Salmhofer. With Vogel, Friedreich, Jurinac, Braun. Program, 6 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, and ticket stub. Also included is a second program of this opera, but a week later, same cast.
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: B0081A-14-A)
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music - Staatsoper im Theater an der Wien 22.11.1949 Iwan Tarassenko, Oper in einem Vorspiel und einem Akt von Franz Salmhofer Conductor: Franz Salmhofer. With Paul Schoffler, Zadek, Kunz, Rohs, Edelmann, London, Majkut, Koreh, Proglhof, Grohs etc. 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm Concert program conducting his own music. Staatsoper Wien, 15.01.1946. Der Taugenichts in Wien, Ballet in funf Bildern und einem Nachspiel von Grete Wiesenthal Music: Franz Salmhofer, Conductor: Franz Salmhofer, Choregraphie: Grete Wiesenthal. With Raimund, Drapal, Franzl, Temple, Graf, Brauer, Pokorny, Birkmeyer etc. Program, 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, photo with Franz Salmhofer. Concert program conducting his own music, Staats Oper im Volksoperngebaude, July 1946, performance of Das Werbekleid, Opera in 3 acts von Franz Salmhofer. Conducted by the composer himself: Franz Salmhofer. With Vogel, Friedreich, Jurinac, Braun. Program, 6 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, and ticket stub. Also included is a second program of this opera, but a week later, same cast.
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music -... read more >
    Group of 3 programs, each one with Franz Salmhofer conducting his own works: Concert program conducting his own music - Staatsoper im Theater an der Wien 22.11.1949 Iwan Tarassenko, Oper in einem Vorspiel und einem Akt von Franz Salmhofer Conductor: Franz Salmhofer. With Paul Schoffler, Zadek, Kunz, Rohs, Edelmann, London, Majkut, Koreh, Proglhof, Grohs etc. 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm Concert program conducting his own music. Staatsoper Wien, 15.01.1946. Der Taugenichts in Wien, Ballet in funf Bildern und einem Nachspiel von Grete Wiesenthal Music: Franz Salmhofer, Conductor: Franz Salmhofer, Choregraphie: Grete Wiesenthal. With Raimund, Drapal, Franzl, Temple, Graf, Brauer, Pokorny, Birkmeyer etc. Program, 4 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, photo with Franz Salmhofer. Concert program conducting his own music, Staats Oper im Volksoperngebaude, July 1946, performance of Das Werbekleid, Opera in 3 acts von Franz Salmhofer. Conducted by the composer himself: Franz Salmhofer. With Vogel, Friedreich, Jurinac, Braun. Program, 6 pages, 20, 5 x 15 cm, and ticket stub. Also included is a second program of this opera, but a week later, same cast.
  • (Item #: B0085-14-A)
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert de musique Francaise, presented by Bernard Gavoty. Piano: Pierre Sancan, Conductor: Jean Perisson, Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice. Roussel: Le festin de l´araignee, Sancan : Concerto pour piano et orchestre, Debussy : Nocturnes, Ravel : Daphnis et Chloe. 4 pages, 30 x 24 cm, with pictures of Pierre Sancan and Jean Perisson.
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert... read more >
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert de musique Francaise, presented by Bernard Gavoty. Piano: Pierre Sancan, Conductor: Jean Perisson, Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice. Roussel: Le festin de l´araignee, Sancan : Concerto pour piano et orchestre, Debussy : Nocturnes, Ravel : Daphnis et Chloe. 4 pages, 30 x 24 cm, with pictures of Pierre Sancan and Jean Perisson.
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959,...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: B0085-14-A)
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert de musique Francaise, presented by Bernard Gavoty. Piano: Pierre Sancan, Conductor: Jean Perisson, Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice. Roussel: Le festin de l´araignee, Sancan : Concerto pour piano et orchestre, Debussy : Nocturnes, Ravel : Daphnis et Chloe. 4 pages, 30 x 24 cm, with pictures of Pierre Sancan and Jean Perisson.
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert... read more >
    Program for a concert at Nice June 6th, 1959, signed by Sancan and Gavoty. Sancan performing his own piano concerto. Concert de musique Francaise, presented by Bernard Gavoty. Piano: Pierre Sancan, Conductor: Jean Perisson, Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice. Roussel: Le festin de l´araignee, Sancan : Concerto pour piano et orchestre, Debussy : Nocturnes, Ravel : Daphnis et Chloe. 4 pages, 30 x 24 cm, with pictures of Pierre Sancan and Jean Perisson.
  • (Item #: B0089A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann, Ludwig Hess, Karl Scheidemantel, Anton Sistermans Max von Schillings: Moloch (1906), 23 x 15 cm, 4 pages, good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann,... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann, Ludwig Hess, Karl Scheidemantel, Anton Sistermans Max von Schillings: Moloch (1906), 23 x 15 cm, 4 pages, good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen,...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B0089A-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann, Ludwig Hess, Karl Scheidemantel, Anton Sistermans Max von Schillings: Moloch (1906), 23 x 15 cm, 4 pages, good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann,... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Essen, 10. November 1907, Conductor: Max von Schillings. Soloists: Marga Burchardt, Louise Hovelmann, Ludwig Hess, Karl Scheidemantel, Anton Sistermans Max von Schillings: Moloch (1906), 23 x 15 cm, 4 pages, good condition.
  • (Item #: M2691-M8-B)
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches Zwischenspiel composed by him. One page, 9 x 11.5 inches
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches... read more >
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches Zwischenspiel composed by him. One page, 9 x 11.5 inches
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: M2691-M8-B)
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches Zwischenspiel composed by him. One page, 9 x 11.5 inches
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches... read more >
    1931 playbill for a concert in Dresden, with Max Von Schillings conducting the Dresden Philharmonic. Programs includes Glockenlieder and Symphonisches Zwischenspiel composed by him. One page, 9 x 11.5 inches
  • (Item #: S1982-R1-8)
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs his violin concerto. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs... read more >
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs his violin concerto. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Program for a concert conducting his own music...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: S1982-R1-8)
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs his violin concerto. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs... read more >
    Program for a concert conducting his own music with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, Feb 1st, 1913. Violinist Felix Berber-Credner performs his violin concerto. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
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