Waldmann, Maria - Autograph Letter Signed
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Waldmann, Maria - Autograph Letter Signed Waldmann, Maria - Autograph Letter Signed

Waldmann, Maria - Autograph Letter Signed

Item #: GB3801-GX209E


Austrian mezzo-soprano (1842-1920), closely associated with Verdi, who first performed the role of Amneris in the La Scala "world premiere" of the opera in 1872 and, later on, in Verdi´s Requiem.

Autograph letter signed, in Italian, she discusses about a performance of Lohengrin as Ortrud, suggests instead performing in Faust. One page handwritten on both sides and signed on verso, 5.5 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. No year written, probably from 1870s. Rare.


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Austrian mezzo-soprano (1842-1920), closely associated with Verdi, who first performed the role of Amneris in the La Scala "world premiere" of the opera in 1872 and, later on, in Verdi´s Requiem.

Autograph letter signed, in Italian, she discusses about a performance of Lohengrin as Ortrud, suggests instead performing in Faust. One page handwritten on both sides and signed on verso, 5.5 x 8.25 inches, in excellent condition. No year written, probably from 1870s. Rare.

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100% Guaranteed authentic autographs. Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) on invoice.

ALL ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPHS - Hand signed. We do not sell copies or reproductions.

• THE "TAMINO AUTOGRAPHS" semi-transparent legend over the pictures shown here does not exist in the actual item.

PRICES ARE FINAL, and not negotiable.

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