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Prokofiev, Sergei - Typed Letter Signed 1932
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Prokofiev, Sergei - Typed Letter Signed 1932

Item #: H4034-W4A


Russian composer (1891-1953), pianist and conductor, and one of the most important music creators of the first half of the 20th century. 

Typed letter in French (sold untranslated), signed by him and dated in Paris, 1932, addressed to the American critic Irving Schwerke (1893-1975), about musical matters.  Size is 8.2 x 10.6 inches, 1 page, pencil markings over the lower-left corner, otherwise in very good condition.


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