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Recently Added Autographs & Memorabilia

(Listed in SIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B0608-PR1) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x 7 inches, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x... read more >
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x 7 inches, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic,...

$45.00 USD

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(Item #: B0608-PR1) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x 7 inches, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x... read more >
Program for a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic, December 13-14th, 1953. Both artists signed next to their pictures. Size is 6.5 x 7 inches, in excellent condition.

(Listed in UNSIGNED STRING PROGRAMS)

(Item #: BN091-20-5) - Added on:
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string quartets. Size is 5.75 x 9 inches, 4 folded pages.
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string... read more >
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string quartets. Size is 5.75 x 9 inches, 4 folded pages.
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th...

$85.00 USD

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(Item #: BN091-20-5) - Added on:
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string quartets. Size is 5.75 x 9 inches, 4 folded pages.
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string... read more >
Five concerts, Funf Kammermusik-Soireen, Vienna, Bosendorfer-Saal, March 4th through 9th, 1907. Quartett Joachim, with Josef Joachim, Violin. Performing Beethoven:Complete string quartets. Size is 5.75 x 9 inches, 4 folded pages.

(Listed in SIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS)

(Item #: N2928-M1-8A) - Added on:
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only read more >
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists...

$40.00 USD

(Listed in SIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS)

(Item #: N2928-M1-8A) - Added on:
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only read more >
Concert in Philadelphia, 1950s, signed by both pianists Jose Iturbi (who also conducted) and Amparo Iturbi. Cast page only

(Listed in PIANIST AUTOGRAPHS & MEMORABILIA)

(Item #: N2914-M1-8A) - Added on:
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard Schwarz.
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard... read more >
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard Schwarz.
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher...

$25.00 USD

(Listed in PIANIST AUTOGRAPHS & MEMORABILIA)

(Item #: N2914-M1-8A) - Added on:
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard Schwarz.
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard... read more >
Cast page for a Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1986, signed by pianist Eugene Istomin and conductor Gerard Schwarz.

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(Item #: BN081-20-5) - Added on:
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze. Bizet/Sarasate: Carmen-Phantasie. Songs by Brahms - Rubinstein - Schumann - d´Albert. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 4 folded pages, inside there is a full page announcing an upcoming concert by Bronislaw Huberman on March 6th, 1896 in Vienna.
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze.... read more >
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze. Bizet/Sarasate: Carmen-Phantasie. Songs by Brahms - Rubinstein - Schumann - d´Albert. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 4 folded pages, inside there is a full page announcing an upcoming concert by Bronislaw Huberman on March 6th, 1896 in Vienna.
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896....

$75.00 USD

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(Item #: BN081-20-5) - Added on:
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze. Bizet/Sarasate: Carmen-Phantasie. Songs by Brahms - Rubinstein - Schumann - d´Albert. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 4 folded pages, inside there is a full page announcing an upcoming concert by Bronislaw Huberman on March 6th, 1896 in Vienna.
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze.... read more >
Concert in Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, February 11th, 1896. Musical Direction: J.N. Fuchs. Bronislaw Huberman, Violin. Goldmark: Violin concerto. Chopin/Wilhelmy: Romanze. Bizet/Sarasate: Carmen-Phantasie. Songs by Brahms - Rubinstein - Schumann - d´Albert. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 4 folded pages, inside there is a full page announcing an upcoming concert by Bronislaw Huberman on March 6th, 1896 in Vienna.

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B1548-4-5) - Added on:
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra), Brahms and Sibelius. Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 4 pages, in excellent condition
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic... read more >
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra), Brahms and Sibelius. Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 4 pages, in excellent condition
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April...

$25.00 USD

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B1548-4-5) - Added on:
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra), Brahms and Sibelius. Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 4 pages, in excellent condition
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic... read more >
Gerd Albrecht conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 4th April 1967. Hans Werner Henze; Telemanniana (world premiere, dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra), Brahms and Sibelius. Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 4 pages, in excellent condition

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: BN023A-20-3) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April 17th, 1882. Alfred Grünfeld, piano and Hermine Braga. One page, 9 x 6 inches, some mounting traces on verso and repaired cracks, very good condition.
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April... read more >
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April 17th, 1882. Alfred Grünfeld, piano and Hermine Braga. One page, 9 x 6 inches, some mounting traces on verso and repaired cracks, very good condition.
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic...

$35.00 USD

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: BN023A-20-3) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April 17th, 1882. Alfred Grünfeld, piano and Hermine Braga. One page, 9 x 6 inches, some mounting traces on verso and repaired cracks, very good condition.
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April... read more >
Program for a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1882 with Josef Hellmesberger and Ole Olsen conducting. Grosser Musikvereinssaal, April 17th, 1882. Alfred Grünfeld, piano and Hermine Braga. One page, 9 x 6 inches, some mounting traces on verso and repaired cracks, very good condition.

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: BN063-20-5) - Added on:
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki (Kletzki). Jascha Heifetz, Violin. Bach: Brandenburg Concert Nr. 6. Mozart: Violin concerto KV 219. Scriabin: Le Poeme de l´Extase, Prokofieff: Violin concerto Nr. 2. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 12 pages.
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul... read more >
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki (Kletzki). Jascha Heifetz, Violin. Bach: Brandenburg Concert Nr. 6. Mozart: Violin concerto KV 219. Scriabin: Le Poeme de l´Extase, Prokofieff: Violin concerto Nr. 2. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 12 pages.
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season...

$45.00 USD

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(Item #: BN063-20-5) - Added on:
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki (Kletzki). Jascha Heifetz, Violin. Bach: Brandenburg Concert Nr. 6. Mozart: Violin concerto KV 219. Scriabin: Le Poeme de l´Extase, Prokofieff: Violin concerto Nr. 2. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 12 pages.
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul... read more >
Program with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Season 1952/53 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, April 13th, 1953. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki (Kletzki). Jascha Heifetz, Violin. Bach: Brandenburg Concert Nr. 6. Mozart: Violin concerto KV 219. Scriabin: Le Poeme de l´Extase, Prokofieff: Violin concerto Nr. 2. Size is 6 x 9.25 inches, 12 pages.

(Listed in SIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B0602-PR1) - Added on:
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1 page printed on both sides. Excellent condition, storage holes not affecting signatures.
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1... read more >
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1 page printed on both sides. Excellent condition, storage holes not affecting signatures.
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by...

$25.00 USD

(Listed in SIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B0602-PR1) - Added on:
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1 page printed on both sides. Excellent condition, storage holes not affecting signatures.
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1... read more >
Concert in Nurenberg, March 13th, 1967, performing music by Mozart, Chopin, Messiaen, Debussy and Ravel. Size is 15 x 21, 1 page printed on both sides. Excellent condition, storage holes not affecting signatures.

(Listed in UNSIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS & POSTERS)

(Item #: BN025A-20-3) - Added on:
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod - Field - Moszkovsky - Silas - Bizet - Schumann - Grunfeld - Delibes/Grunfeld - Schubert/Tausig - Jensen. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, 1 page, mounting traces on verso, in very good condition
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod... read more >
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod - Field - Moszkovsky - Silas - Bizet - Schumann - Grunfeld - Delibes/Grunfeld - Schubert/Tausig - Jensen. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, 1 page, mounting traces on verso, in very good condition
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred...

$50.00 USD

(Listed in UNSIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS & POSTERS)

(Item #: BN025A-20-3) - Added on:
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod - Field - Moszkovsky - Silas - Bizet - Schumann - Grunfeld - Delibes/Grunfeld - Schubert/Tausig - Jensen. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, 1 page, mounting traces on verso, in very good condition
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod... read more >
Concert in Eger, Kurhaus-Saal, August 10th, 1881. Alfred Grunfeld, piano & Nikolaus Rothmuhl, singer. Piano works of - Chopin - Gounod - Field - Moszkovsky - Silas - Bizet - Schumann - Grunfeld - Delibes/Grunfeld - Schubert/Tausig - Jensen. Size is 6 x 9.5 inches, 1 page, mounting traces on verso, in very good condition

(Listed in SIGNED STRINGS PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B1275A-19A) - Added on:
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219, Mussorgsky. Full program, 8.25 x 7.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219,... read more >
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219, Mussorgsky. Full program, 8.25 x 7.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic...

$45.00 USD

(Listed in SIGNED STRINGS PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B1275A-19A) - Added on:
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219, Mussorgsky. Full program, 8.25 x 7.75 inches, in excellent condition.
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219,... read more >
Arthur Grumiaux and Eliahu Inbal signed program, Philharmonic Orchestra of Nürnberg, May 19th, 1972. Haydn, Mozart violin concerto KV 219, Mussorgsky. Full program, 8.25 x 7.75 inches, in excellent condition.

(Listed in UNSIGNED STRING PROGRAMS)

(Item #: BN062-20-5) - Added on:
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki. Arthur Grumiaux, Violin. Bach: Concert for Violin and Strings, Berg: Violin concerto, Mahler: Symphony Nr. 1. Size is 6 x 9 inches, 12 pages.
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki.... read more >
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki. Arthur Grumiaux, Violin. Bach: Concert for Violin and Strings, Berg: Violin concerto, Mahler: Symphony Nr. 1. Size is 6 x 9 inches, 12 pages.
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54...

$45.00 USD

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(Item #: BN062-20-5) - Added on:
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki. Arthur Grumiaux, Violin. Bach: Concert for Violin and Strings, Berg: Violin concerto, Mahler: Symphony Nr. 1. Size is 6 x 9 inches, 12 pages.
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki.... read more >
Concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Season 1953/54 - Tel Aviv, Ohel-Shem Hall, May 2nd, 1954. Musical Direction: Paul Klecki. Arthur Grumiaux, Violin. Bach: Concert for Violin and Strings, Berg: Violin concerto, Mahler: Symphony Nr. 1. Size is 6 x 9 inches, 12 pages.

(Listed in SIGNED OPERA PROGRAMS)

(Item #: N3010-M1-8C) - Added on:
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of them unidentified). Cast page only
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of... read more >
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of them unidentified). Cast page only
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed...

$25.00 USD

(Listed in SIGNED OPERA PROGRAMS)

(Item #: N3010-M1-8C) - Added on:
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of them unidentified). Cast page only
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of... read more >
Fidelio at Lincoln Center, New York, 1996, signed by conductor John Gardiner and 2 singers from the cast (1 of them unidentified). Cast page only

(Listed in RECENTLY ADDED AUTOGRAPHS & MEMORABILIA)

(Item #: B1486-17-10) - Added on:
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine read more >
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber,...

$25.00 USD

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(Item #: B1486-17-10) - Added on:
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine read more >
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam 1924. Weber, Schumann, Glière, Mussorgsky, Scriabine

(Listed in UNSIGNED CONDUCTOR PROGRAMS)

(Item #: B1181-Bx17-3) - Added on:
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere - Mussorgsky - Srciabine Symphony n? 3. 1 page
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere -... read more >
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere - Mussorgsky - Srciabine Symphony n? 3. 1 page
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28....

$40.00 USD

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(Item #: B1181-Bx17-3) - Added on:
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere - Mussorgsky - Srciabine Symphony n? 3. 1 page
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere -... read more >
Ossip Gabrilowitsch in Amsterdam. Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. 28. September 1924. Conductor : Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Weber - Schumann - Gliere - Mussorgsky - Srciabine Symphony n? 3. 1 page

(Listed in UNSIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS & POSTERS)

(Item #: B0586-PR1) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent... read more >
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker...

$50.00 USD

(Listed in UNSIGNED PIANIST PROGRAMS & POSTERS)

(Item #: B0586-PR1) - Added on:
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent condition.
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent... read more >
Program for a concert with the Bamberger Symphoniker Nurnberg, February 18th, 1975, size is 14.5 x 21 cm, in excellent condition.

(Listed in RECENTLY ADDED AUTOGRAPHS & MEMORABILIA)

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

$20.00 USD

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

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(Item #: B1561-4-A) - Added on:
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large size: 8.5 x 15 inches
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large... read more >
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large size: 8.5 x 15 inches
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943....

$45.00 USD

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(Item #: B1561-4-A) - Added on:
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large size: 8.5 x 15 inches
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large... read more >
Karl Elmendorff conducts at Saxon Opera House Dresden, 1943. 3 rare playbills of the Opera House of Dresden during WWII. Large size: 8.5 x 15 inches

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

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

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

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

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Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna,... read more >
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1)...

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(Item #: B0981-Bx9-G) - Added on:
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna,... read more >
Lot of 9 playbills Vienna singing recitals 1900-1912: 1) Recital of singer Paul Schmedes. Brahms, Josef Marx and Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 9 Februar 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf Recital of several singers. Carl Lafite at the piano. 2) Vienna Musikverein, 18 May 1912. Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, Carl Lafite, Verdi, Donizetti,etc. 3) Recital of singer Lula Mysz-Gmeiner. Liszt, Brahms, Marx, Hugo Wolf. Vienna, 23 February 1911. 4) Recital of Julia Culp, the Dutch Nightingale. Schubert, Wolf, Schumann. Vienna, 17 January 1912. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll, a close friend of Hugo Wolf.  5) Recital of the famous Dutch singer Johannes Messchaert. Hugo Wolf, Oscar Posa, Schumann. Vienna, 2 April 1911. 6) Recital of singer Ferdinand Jaeger. Schubert, Hugo Wolf. Musikverein Vienna, 28 October 1905. At the piano : Ferdinand Foll. Both Ferdinand Foll and Ferdinand Jaeger were close friends of Hugo Wolf. 7) Recital of singer Theodor Scheidl. Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Loewe, Verdi, Hermann and Hugo Wolf. Vienna 14 april 1910. 8) Recital of singers Ellen Brandt Forster and Fritz Schrodter at the Vienna Musikverein. February 21st, 1900. Haydn, Schumann, Weber, Beethoven, Rubinstein, Brahms, Hugo Wolf. 9) Actress Irma Marazzi Diligenti and Ferdinand Jager. Schubert, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss. Also singing is Louise Klasen. Vienna 26 april 1902.

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Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent condition.
Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent... read more >
Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent condition.
Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24...

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Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent condition.
Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent... read more >
Signatures on central pages program Bayreuther Festspiele. 24 July1958. Meistersinger. Andre Cluytens conducting. 24 x 17 cm, 50 pages. Excellent condition.

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Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on the cover by both artists. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 6 pages, storage holes, not affecting signatures.
Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on... read more >
Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on the cover by both artists. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 6 pages, storage holes, not affecting signatures.
Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto...

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Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on the cover by both artists. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 6 pages, storage holes, not affecting signatures.
Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on... read more >
Program for a concert of Bartok`s Piano concerto No. 3, Beethoven, Ravel, Mussorgsky in Kassel, Germany April 16th, 1967, signed on the cover by both artists. Size is 21 x 15 cm, 6 pages, storage holes, not affecting signatures.

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Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but storage holes not affecting signature and slightly affecting picture.
Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but... read more >
Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but storage holes not affecting signature and slightly affecting picture.
Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the...

$30.00 USD

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Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but storage holes not affecting signature and slightly affecting picture.
Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but... read more >
Signed photo (close up playing piano) on the program for a concert in Kassel, January 10th, 1972. Excellent condition but storage holes not affecting signature and slightly affecting picture.
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