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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 #: B1379-Bx14-A)
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x 15,5 cm. Paperback, 32 pages, full program. Lilly Hafgren - Theodor Scheidl - Alexander Kirchner  
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x... read more >
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x 15,5 cm. Paperback, 32 pages, full program. Lilly Hafgren - Theodor Scheidl - Alexander Kirchner  
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie...

    $25.00 USD

    (Item #: B1379-Bx14-A)
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x 15,5 cm. Paperback, 32 pages, full program. Lilly Hafgren - Theodor Scheidl - Alexander Kirchner  
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x... read more >
    Max von Schillings conducts Richard Strauss-Gluck , Iphigenie auf Tauris. Staatsoper Berlin 1902. Program of the Staatsoper Berlin. 22 x 15,5 cm. Paperback, 32 pages, full program. Lilly Hafgren - Theodor Scheidl - Alexander Kirchner  
  • (Item #: B0087-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von Schillings: Symphonischer Prolog "Konig Oedipus" op. 11, Seemorgen op. 6, Berlioz: Overture Carneval romain, Beethoven: Symphony 3. complete with all 40 pages, 22 x 14 cm, front cover is almost loose, otherwise in very good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von Schillings: Symphonischer Prolog "Konig Oedipus" op. 11, Seemorgen op. 6, Berlioz: Overture Carneval romain, Beethoven: Symphony 3. complete with all 40 pages, 22 x 14 cm, front cover is almost loose, otherwise in very good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin,...

    $35.00 USD

    (Item #: B0087-14-A)
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von Schillings: Symphonischer Prolog "Konig Oedipus" op. 11, Seemorgen op. 6, Berlioz: Overture Carneval romain, Beethoven: Symphony 3. complete with all 40 pages, 22 x 14 cm, front cover is almost loose, otherwise in very good condition.
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von... read more >
    Concert program conducting his own music - Berlin, December 10th, 1919 - Staatskapelle Berlin, Cond.: Max von Schillings. Max von Schillings: Symphonischer Prolog "Konig Oedipus" op. 11, Seemorgen op. 6, Berlioz: Overture Carneval romain, Beethoven: Symphony 3. complete with all 40 pages, 22 x 14 cm, front cover is almost loose, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0866-Bx9-B)
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater, Berlin. Both are full programs,  6 x 8.5 inches.
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater,... read more >
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater, Berlin. Both are full programs,  6 x 8.5 inches.
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: B0866-Bx9-B)
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater, Berlin. Both are full programs,  6 x 8.5 inches.
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater,... read more >
    Two full programs, performances of Der Fliegende Hollander conducted by Max Von Schillings, 1924 and Tristan und Isolde, 1920, Staats-Theater, Berlin. Both are full programs,  6 x 8.5 inches.
  • (Item #: B1604-4-B)
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, July 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Frieda Leider, Theodor Scheidl.
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring... read more >
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, July 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Frieda Leider, Theodor Scheidl.
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B1604-4-B)
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, July 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Frieda Leider, Theodor Scheidl.
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring... read more >
    Set of 4 cast pages from programs (cast page only, not full program) with Max Von Schillings conducting Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Staatsoper Berlin 1929. Complete set of 4 cast pages, July 1929. Conductor: Max Von Schillings. In the cast: Friedrich Schorr, Fritz Soot, Emanuel List, Lauritz Melchior, Frieda Leider, Theodor Scheidl.
  • (Item #: B0090A-14-A)
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size is 9 x 11.5 inches (29.5 x 23 cm), 1 page. Schillings : Mona Lisa (world premiere), John Forsell - H. Tracema-Brügelmann
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size... read more >
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size is 9 x 11.5 inches (29.5 x 23 cm), 1 page. Schillings : Mona Lisa (world premiere), John Forsell - H. Tracema-Brügelmann
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th,...

    $125.00 USD

    (Item #: B0090A-14-A)
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size is 9 x 11.5 inches (29.5 x 23 cm), 1 page. Schillings : Mona Lisa (world premiere), John Forsell - H. Tracema-Brügelmann
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size... read more >
    World Premiere playbill Mona Lisa, Stuttgart, Sept 26th, 1915. This was his most successful work!. Von Schillings conducts himself. Size is 9 x 11.5 inches (29.5 x 23 cm), 1 page. Schillings : Mona Lisa (world premiere), John Forsell - H. Tracema-Brügelmann
  • (Item #: S2026-Bx23-4)
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on November 10th, 1910 (world premiere was in October) at the Raimund Theater in Vienna. Stolz conducted the orchestra himself, size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Cast includes tenor Alexander Girardi, and is in a separate inset (see scan) from the actual 14-page program, which has photos and information about this operetta. 
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on... read more >
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on November 10th, 1910 (world premiere was in October) at the Raimund Theater in Vienna. Stolz conducted the orchestra himself, size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Cast includes tenor Alexander Girardi, and is in a separate inset (see scan) from the actual 14-page program, which has photos and information about this operetta. 
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas -...

    $95.00 USD

    (Item #: S2026-Bx23-4)
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on November 10th, 1910 (world premiere was in October) at the Raimund Theater in Vienna. Stolz conducted the orchestra himself, size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Cast includes tenor Alexander Girardi, and is in a separate inset (see scan) from the actual 14-page program, which has photos and information about this operetta. 
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on... read more >
    Austrian composer (1880-1975), dedicated mostly to operettas - Program for a very early performance of his operetta Das Glucksmadel on November 10th, 1910 (world premiere was in October) at the Raimund Theater in Vienna. Stolz conducted the orchestra himself, size is 9 x 11.5 inches. Cast includes tenor Alexander Girardi, and is in a separate inset (see scan) from the actual 14-page program, which has photos and information about this operetta. 
  • (Item #: B0119-14-B)
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der Konigl. Kapelle Conductor: Richard Strauss & Paul Buettner Soloist: Frieda Kwast-Hodapp Buettner: 3. Sinfonie in Des-dur Haydn: Klavierkonzert, op. 21 Mozart : Ouverture Zauberflote Beethoven : 8. Sinfonie 14 x 22 cm, 24 pages.
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der... read more >
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der Konigl. Kapelle Conductor: Richard Strauss & Paul Buettner Soloist: Frieda Kwast-Hodapp Buettner: 3. Sinfonie in Des-dur Haydn: Klavierkonzert, op. 21 Mozart : Ouverture Zauberflote Beethoven : 8. Sinfonie 14 x 22 cm, 24 pages.
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: B0119-14-B)
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der Konigl. Kapelle Conductor: Richard Strauss & Paul Buettner Soloist: Frieda Kwast-Hodapp Buettner: 3. Sinfonie in Des-dur Haydn: Klavierkonzert, op. 21 Mozart : Ouverture Zauberflote Beethoven : 8. Sinfonie 14 x 22 cm, 24 pages.
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der... read more >
    Concert program at the Konigliches Opernhaus, Berlin 1917 - Strauss and Büttner conducting, October 18th, 1917. Program includes: Sinfonie-Abend Der Konigl. Kapelle Conductor: Richard Strauss & Paul Buettner Soloist: Frieda Kwast-Hodapp Buettner: 3. Sinfonie in Des-dur Haydn: Klavierkonzert, op. 21 Mozart : Ouverture Zauberflote Beethoven : 8. Sinfonie 14 x 22 cm, 24 pages.
  • (Item #: B1106A-Bx9-K)
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is one page, size is 8.75 x 11.6 inches, with folds, in good to very good condition. See scans.
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is... read more >
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is one page, size is 8.75 x 11.6 inches, with folds, in good to very good condition. See scans.
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at...

    $65.00 USD

    (Item #: B1106A-Bx9-K)
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is one page, size is 8.75 x 11.6 inches, with folds, in good to very good condition. See scans.
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is... read more >
    Set of 2 programs with Richard Strauss conducting at the Konigliches Opernhaus in Berlin, years 1908 and 1909. Each one is one page, size is 8.75 x 11.6 inches, with folds, in good to very good condition. See scans.
  • (Item #: M2474-G1-4)
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th (Lohengrin) and February 9th, 1930 (Tristan und Isolde). Each one is one page, 8 x 11 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Sold together, not sold separately.
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th... read more >
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th (Lohengrin) and February 9th, 1930 (Tristan und Isolde). Each one is one page, 8 x 11 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Sold together, not sold separately.
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna,...

    $70.00 USD

    (Item #: M2474-G1-4)
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th (Lohengrin) and February 9th, 1930 (Tristan und Isolde). Each one is one page, 8 x 11 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Sold together, not sold separately.
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th... read more >
    Set of 2 programs for performances in Vienna, 1930, with Richard Strauss conducting operas by Richard Wagner, Operntheater, Jan 6th (Lohengrin) and February 9th, 1930 (Tristan und Isolde). Each one is one page, 8 x 11 inches, central fold, in excellent condition. Sold together, not sold separately.
  • (Item #: H1435-J3H)
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and also Robert Craft conducting some pieces, with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Four pages in total, 6.8 x 9.6 inches, includes insets with some biographical information and notes about the program, as well as a flier by Columbia Records promoting Stravinsky´s recordings. In excellent condition.
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and... read more >
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and also Robert Craft conducting some pieces, with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Four pages in total, 6.8 x 9.6 inches, includes insets with some biographical information and notes about the program, as well as a flier by Columbia Records promoting Stravinsky´s recordings. In excellent condition.
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall,...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: H1435-J3H)
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and also Robert Craft conducting some pieces, with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Four pages in total, 6.8 x 9.6 inches, includes insets with some biographical information and notes about the program, as well as a flier by Columbia Records promoting Stravinsky´s recordings. In excellent condition.
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and... read more >
    Full program for a performance at Town Hall, New York, with the composer conducting his own music and others, and also Robert Craft conducting some pieces, with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Four pages in total, 6.8 x 9.6 inches, includes insets with some biographical information and notes about the program, as well as a flier by Columbia Records promoting Stravinsky´s recordings. In excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H0517-L5A)
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music. Size is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music.... read more >
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music. Size is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro...

    $30.00 USD

    (Item #: H0517-L5A)
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music. Size is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music.... read more >
    Full program for a 1960 performance at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Stravinsky conducting his own orchestral music. Size is 6 x 9 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: B0749-Bx8)
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra in 1924-1925, among the soloists Kreisler, Landowska, Edwin Fischer, Frederic Lamond. 45 bound programs in luxurious book, 480 pages, richly illustrated, many portraits of musicians and composers. SEE FULL LIST ---->  HERE
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra... read more >
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra in 1924-1925, among the soloists Kreisler, Landowska, Edwin Fischer, Frederic Lamond. 45 bound programs in luxurious book, 480 pages, richly illustrated, many portraits of musicians and composers. SEE FULL LIST ---->  HERE
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings,...

    $148.00 USD

    (Item #: B0749-Bx8)
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra in 1924-1925, among the soloists Kreisler, Landowska, Edwin Fischer, Frederic Lamond. 45 bound programs in luxurious book, 480 pages, richly illustrated, many portraits of musicians and composers. SEE FULL LIST ---->  HERE
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra... read more >
    Volume with 45 bound programs - Stravinsky, Schillings, Karl Muck, Gabrilowitsch, Pierre Monteux, Bruno Walter, Willem Mengelberg conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra in 1924-1925, among the soloists Kreisler, Landowska, Edwin Fischer, Frederic Lamond. 45 bound programs in luxurious book, 480 pages, richly illustrated, many portraits of musicians and composers. SEE FULL LIST ---->  HERE
  • (Item #: S4188-G8-2)
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer... read more >
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
    Program for the world premiere of the opera...

    $65.00 USD

    (Item #: S4188-G8-2)
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer... read more >
    Program for the world premiere of the opera "Dagmar" on March 18th, 1932, at Dresden (Germany) conducted by the composer Kurt Striegler himself, with Max Lorenz and Maria Cebotari in the leading roles.  Size is 6.3 x 8.7 inches, rust stains on the cover, in excellent condition.   ALSO INCLUDED is a newspaper clip in German with reviews of the premiere
  • (Item #: B0130A-14-A)
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge Koussevitzky Soloist : Alexander Tansman. Mendelssohn : Italian Symphony Tansman : Piano concerto n° 2 Rimsky-Korsakov : Symphonic Suite "Scheherazade" 21 x 15 cm, 28 pages, full program. Covers are lose, otherwise in excellent condition
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge... read more >
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge Koussevitzky Soloist : Alexander Tansman. Mendelssohn : Italian Symphony Tansman : Piano concerto n° 2 Rimsky-Korsakov : Symphonic Suite "Scheherazade" 21 x 15 cm, 28 pages, full program. Covers are lose, otherwise in excellent condition
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B0130A-14-A)
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge Koussevitzky Soloist : Alexander Tansman. Mendelssohn : Italian Symphony Tansman : Piano concerto n° 2 Rimsky-Korsakov : Symphonic Suite "Scheherazade" 21 x 15 cm, 28 pages, full program. Covers are lose, otherwise in excellent condition
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge... read more >
    Concert program with Tansman performing his own piano concerto. New York, January 5th, 1928 - Boston Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Serge Koussevitzky Soloist : Alexander Tansman. Mendelssohn : Italian Symphony Tansman : Piano concerto n° 2 Rimsky-Korsakov : Symphonic Suite "Scheherazade" 21 x 15 cm, 28 pages, full program. Covers are lose, otherwise in excellent condition
  • (Item #: M6726-J3G)
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a soloist in the Boston premiere of his Piano Concerto Nr. 2. Full program with all pages and covers, storage holes, 5.4 x 8.1 inches, very good condition.
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a... read more >
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a soloist in the Boston premiere of his Piano Concerto Nr. 2. Full program with all pages and covers, storage holes, 5.4 x 8.1 inches, very good condition.
    Full program for a concert with the Boston...

    $45.00 USD

    (Item #: M6726-J3G)
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a soloist in the Boston premiere of his Piano Concerto Nr. 2. Full program with all pages and covers, storage holes, 5.4 x 8.1 inches, very good condition.
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a... read more >
    Full program for a concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. Composer Alexander Tcherepin performs as a soloist in the Boston premiere of his Piano Concerto Nr. 2. Full program with all pages and covers, storage holes, 5.4 x 8.1 inches, very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4605-GX251R)
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The Royal Festival Hall, London, on November 16th, 1955, signed by him on the front cover. Size is 5.5 x 8.4 inches, full program with all pages and covers, minor stains on the front cover, in very good condition.  
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The... read more >
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The Royal Festival Hall, London, on November 16th, 1955, signed by him on the front cover. Size is 5.5 x 8.4 inches, full program with all pages and covers, minor stains on the front cover, in very good condition.  
    Program for a performance of the English conductor...

    $200.00 USD

    (Item #: H4605-GX251R)
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The Royal Festival Hall, London, on November 16th, 1955, signed by him on the front cover. Size is 5.5 x 8.4 inches, full program with all pages and covers, minor stains on the front cover, in very good condition.  
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The... read more >
    Program for a performance of the English conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entirely of his own music at The Royal Festival Hall, London, on November 16th, 1955, signed by him on the front cover. Size is 5.5 x 8.4 inches, full program with all pages and covers, minor stains on the front cover, in very good condition.  
  • (Item #: B0117A-14-B)
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender. Giuseppe G. Englert: Fragment pour Orchestre Wolfgang Fortner: Prismen, Hans Zender: Modell I, Bern Alois Zimmermann: Alagoana - Caprichos Brasileiros. 23.5 x 17 cm, 24 pages + insert 4 pages, very good condition, slight middle fold. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Konzert "Musik des 20 Jahrhunderts", 1977, Cond.: Hans Zender - Edgar Varese: "Ecuatorial", Lorenzo Ferrero: "Siglied" fur Kammerorchester, Hans Zender: "Muji no Kyo", Anton Webern: Zweite Kantate, 18 x 24 cm, 8 pages - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Nov 8th 1969, Hans Zender conducting his Vexilla Regis (1964) and music by Blacher, Stravinsky, Kelemen. 6 folded pages, excellent condition. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Oct 4th, 1973, Hans Zender conducting his Canto IV and music by Yun and Zimmermann. 6 pages, in excellent condition (2 copies of this program).
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender.... read more >
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender. Giuseppe G. Englert: Fragment pour Orchestre Wolfgang Fortner: Prismen, Hans Zender: Modell I, Bern Alois Zimmermann: Alagoana - Caprichos Brasileiros. 23.5 x 17 cm, 24 pages + insert 4 pages, very good condition, slight middle fold. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Konzert "Musik des 20 Jahrhunderts", 1977, Cond.: Hans Zender - Edgar Varese: "Ecuatorial", Lorenzo Ferrero: "Siglied" fur Kammerorchester, Hans Zender: "Muji no Kyo", Anton Webern: Zweite Kantate, 18 x 24 cm, 8 pages - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Nov 8th 1969, Hans Zender conducting his Vexilla Regis (1964) and music by Blacher, Stravinsky, Kelemen. 6 folded pages, excellent condition. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Oct 4th, 1973, Hans Zender conducting his Canto IV and music by Yun and Zimmermann. 6 pages, in excellent condition (2 copies of this program).
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender...

    $40.00 USD

    (Item #: B0117A-14-B)
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender. Giuseppe G. Englert: Fragment pour Orchestre Wolfgang Fortner: Prismen, Hans Zender: Modell I, Bern Alois Zimmermann: Alagoana - Caprichos Brasileiros. 23.5 x 17 cm, 24 pages + insert 4 pages, very good condition, slight middle fold. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Konzert "Musik des 20 Jahrhunderts", 1977, Cond.: Hans Zender - Edgar Varese: "Ecuatorial", Lorenzo Ferrero: "Siglied" fur Kammerorchester, Hans Zender: "Muji no Kyo", Anton Webern: Zweite Kantate, 18 x 24 cm, 8 pages - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Nov 8th 1969, Hans Zender conducting his Vexilla Regis (1964) and music by Blacher, Stravinsky, Kelemen. 6 folded pages, excellent condition. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Oct 4th, 1973, Hans Zender conducting his Canto IV and music by Yun and Zimmermann. 6 pages, in excellent condition (2 copies of this program).
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender.... read more >
    Lot of 4 programs for concerts with Hans Zender conducting his own music: - Berlin, October 30th, 1975, Conductor: Hans Zender. Giuseppe G. Englert: Fragment pour Orchestre Wolfgang Fortner: Prismen, Hans Zender: Modell I, Bern Alois Zimmermann: Alagoana - Caprichos Brasileiros. 23.5 x 17 cm, 24 pages + insert 4 pages, very good condition, slight middle fold. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Konzert "Musik des 20 Jahrhunderts", 1977, Cond.: Hans Zender - Edgar Varese: "Ecuatorial", Lorenzo Ferrero: "Siglied" fur Kammerorchester, Hans Zender: "Muji no Kyo", Anton Webern: Zweite Kantate, 18 x 24 cm, 8 pages - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Nov 8th 1969, Hans Zender conducting his Vexilla Regis (1964) and music by Blacher, Stravinsky, Kelemen. 6 folded pages, excellent condition. - Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester. Oct 4th, 1973, Hans Zender conducting his Canto IV and music by Yun and Zimmermann. 6 pages, in excellent condition (2 copies of this program).
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