Text Box: HARMONIE AUTOGRAPHS AND MUSIC INC.

MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS & ANTIQUARIAN
Text Box: MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS AND EPHEMERA BOUGHT AND SOLD

WE GUARANTEE ALL ITEMS AUTHENTIC, WITHOUT TIME LIMITATION TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER.

WE MAINTAIN A WIDE SELECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED MATERIAL IN THE CLASSICAL MUSIC, JAZZ AND OPERA FIELD, PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOT SHOWN.

Phone: 212-860-5541

 

Price: $600.00

Mint condition

Twice autographed Walter Bird original reverse blind stamped photograph of the well beloved British composer.  He lists his formal title, Master of the Queen’s Music on the verso.

Bliss, Sir Arthur autographed photograph, January 19, 1965

Price: $3000.00

Near mint condition

The composer writes to his publisher of the time, Adolphe Catelin requesting copies of the scores for “Cinq Mai”, “Roi Lear” and “Romeo et Juliette”.  Berlioz had a contentious relationship with Catelin as he did not advertise his works. With cdv.

Berlioz, Hector one page autographed letter to his publisher, 1840

Price: $200.00

Fine condition

The American composer writes out a 9 bar musical quotation of the 1st violin part of his 1st Symphony.  Written in 1959 whilst Beeson was in Europe on a Guggenheim Fellowship, the work represents his only official “Symphony”.

Beeson, Jack long autographed musical quotation of his 1st Symphony

Price: $700.00

Mint condition

The great British composer autographs and inscribes an original photograph at his desk in the library at his home, “The Red House” with a piano in the foreground.  An uncommon image of Britten at work in his favorite place to compose.

Britten, Benjamin autographed photograph at his desk

Price: $850.00

Near mint condition

The great British composer quotes the bells utilized in the tenor solo “What Passing Bells” in the Requiem Aeternam section of his 1962 War Requiem, op. 66.  (He has labeled, “Bells”.) We offer with a postcard portrait of Britten.  Perfect for display!

Britten, Benjamin autographed musical quotation from the War Requiem

Price: $650.00

Fine condition

The composer writes to The British publisher Stanley and Lucas whilst in London for concerts at the Crystal Palace in June, 1878 including the World Premiere of his 2nd violin concerto and the British Premiere of his cantata “Frithjof”.  With photograph.

Bruch, Max three page autographed letter signed, London, June 2, 1878