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Price: $300.00

Very good condition

Extra large original photograph of the Belgian concert pianist and pedagogue. He pens the opening bars of his 3rd Piano Concerto to the bottom left.  De Greef was a pupil of Brassin, Liszt and Saint-Saëns and a close confrere of Grieg. Rare!

De Greef, Arthur jumbo autographed photograph with a musical quotation

Price: $250.00

Excellent condition

Autographed and inscribed 25 page first edition score of the pianist’s “trio fantastique” “The Witches” for soprano, mezzo-soprano and contralto dedicated to the amateur soprano, critic and philanthropist Henriette Fuchs.

Diémer, Louis autographed score of “Les Sorcières” op. 39

Price: $500.00

Mint condition

Ideal early 1940’s autographed and inscribed photograph of “The Duke” at the keyboard in formal attire.  Signed in fountain pen, this is a pristine signed image suitable for display in the most discerning jazz collection!

Ellington, Duke autographed photograph at the keyboard

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Youthful photograph of the legendary Ukrainian-American violinist.  Elman an Auer pupil was all the rage in Europe and America from his German debut in 1904 as a child prodigy until Auer’s pupil Jascha Heifetz came to America in 1917.

Elman, Mischa autographed youthful postcard portrait

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

The great pianist autographs and inscribes the first edition of his autobiography, Des Canons et des Fleurs.  Published in 1977 in French and translated by his son from his Father’s original manuscript in Hungarian.

Cziffra, Georges autographed first edition of his autobiography

Price: $175.00

Near mint condition

The pianist writes a letter on both sides of her business card to Carl Fuchs, a cellist with the Hallé orchestra regarding her pupil, pianist Kathleen Chabôt.  Davies was a pupil of Clara Schumann and one of the great female pianists of her time.

Davies, Fanny autographed letter signed on her imprinted visiting card