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Nikisch, Arthur - Signed Photo 1921
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Nikisch, Arthur - Signed Photo 1921

Item #: H5024-W5F

Hungarian conductor (1855-1922) who performed internationally. Among other orchestras, he was the principal conductor for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra from 1895 until his death.

Signed photograph, inscribed, with a short sentiment in German, dated in Vienna in July 1921, shortly before his death. Inscribed to singer Michael Bohnen, for his beloved performance of Hans Sachs in Meistersinger. 

Size is 6.4 x 9.6 inches, minor stains, in very good condition.

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