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Garat, Pierre-Jean - Autograph Note Signed 1800
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Garat, Pierre-Jean - Autograph Note Signed 1800

Item #: GF3105-GX071A

French Basque tenor and baritone (1764-1823), celebrated throughout Europe, particularly for his interpretations of Gluck, during the era of the French Revolution and afterwards.

Autograph note signed, addressed to "Citoyens" (the directors of the Paris Conservatory), dated December 14, 1800, announcing his availability for the professorship of singing. Written in French, sold with English translation. Size is 6 x 7.8 inches, fascinating vintage item in beautifully preserved condition.

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$200.00 USD
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$200.00 USD
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