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Price: $500.00

Mint condition

A venetian linen textured original photograph on a postcard mount of the Italian composer at the piano in his dressing gown.  Wolf-Ferrari composed a number of operas including, “Sly”, “I Quattro Rusteghi” and “I Gioielli della Madonna”

Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno autographed postcard photograph

Price: $450.00

Mint condition

The Italian composer writes four bard of his canzone, “Anima mia” on a large album leaf.  Written a year before his death, Tosti had left England in 1913 to spend his remaining years in his native Italy.

Tosti, Paolo autographed musical quotation, Rome, February, 1915

Price: $350.00

Mint condition

The Ukrainian born, French composer and pianist writes an autographed letter on both sides of his imprinted visite card about first big hit, “Le Dernière bergère” and  recording the song with legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt.

Siniavine, Alec autographed letter on his imprinted carte de visite

Price: $1350.00

Mint condition

Autographed deckled postcard photograph of the composer in his garden in Garmisch.  The verso is a letter relaying his upcoming plans including the World Premiers of, “Friedenstag”, “Daphne” as well as his earlier work “Feuersnot”.

Strauss, Richard autographed photograph with letter on verso, 1938

Price: $300.00

Mint condition

From the autograph album of conductor Emil Steinbach comes a page loaded with autographs & music quotes, including Max v. Schillings, pianist Ernst v. Dohnanyi, violinist Anton Witek, composer & conductor Ernst Boehe and actress Agnes Sorma.

Schillings, Max autographed musical quotation of his Hexenlied, 1904

Price: $450.00

Near mint condition

The composer of the operas “Sigurd” and “Salammbo” turns down the opportunity to have dinner with Cecile Munkacsy & Louis Diemer and mentions that Madame led the final visit of Franz Liszt to Paris in 1886. With a cabinet photograph.

Reyer, Ernest two page autographed letter, circa 1886