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MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS & ANTIQUARIAN

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Price: $125.00

Mint condition

Autographed musical quotation of violinist Franz Ondricekís Romanza pour Violin.† Reissig was a pupil of Dvorak, a huge influence on Janacek, an important conductor, violinist and a proponent of the viola díamore.† He created numerous premieres.

Reissig, Rudolf autographed musical quotation, Prague, 1936

Price: $650.00

Mint condition

Autographed Manuel Freres of Paris presentation photograph to Salzburg Festspiele General Director Erwin Kerber.† Schalk ran the Vienna Hofoper/Staatsoper and also conducted Bruckner and Strauss World Premieres!† Scarce this large!

Schalk, Franz autographed jumbo photograph, Salzburg, 1930

Price: Sold

Mint condition

The pianist, conductor, composer and pedagogue autographs a sepia postcard photograph.† Safanov was the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, just prior to Gustav Mahler.† One of the most important Russian musicians of his period.

Safanov, Vasily autographed photograph, Moscow, 1916

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the great German conductor.† Held numerous important positions, First Conductor of the Hamburg Staatsoper, Music Director of the Deutches Operhaus Berlin, Founder of the North German Radio Symphony.

Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans autographed photograph, 1968

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: $125.00

Excellent condition

The legendary Italian conductor only made one appearance with the Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.† We offer a signed program from that concert featuring Schumannís Rhenish Symphony and a New York Premiere by Menotti. With photo.

Sabata, Victor de autographed program, January 22, 1952