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Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Perhaps the most technically gifted jazz trombonist of all time, Brunies could not read a lick of music, yet he was truly prolific and completely unique.  Brunies played everything from Dixieland to Swing and pulled a Houdini like stunt during his gigs.

Brunies, George autographed Al White photograph, 1974

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

The German violinist writes a two bar musical quotation and a long dedication to the wife of conductor Emil Steinbach.  The leaf is also signed and inscribed by conductor Fritz Volbach and on the verso, baritone Karl Scheidemantel.  With photograph.

Burmester, Willy autographed musical quotation, Mainz December, 1897

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

One of the great jazz pianists of his generation, Bunch worked with Tony Bennet, Al Cohn, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich and Zoot Sims among others and also led numerous combos.  One of the greats!

Bunch, John autographed photograph at the piano

Price: $250.00

Mint condition

Autographed stylized postcard photograph of the legendary jazz saxophonist, innovator and composer with a Harlem scene.  His “New York Times” obituary headline was “Ornette Coleman, Saxophonist Who Re-Wrote the Language of Jazz”.

Coleman, Ornette autographed postcard photograph

Price: $750.00

Mint condition

The pianist writes to his younger colleague and fellow Liszt pupil regarding his schedule and a meeting.  Bülow respected the younger pianist and they collaborated often both in Europe and America.  With a postcard portrait of the pianist.

Bülow, Hans von one page autographed letter to Eugen D’Albert, 1891

Price: $550.00

Fine condition

The German born British concert pianist, composer and Queen Victoria’s piano teacher signs an incredibly scarce cabinet photograph.  Blumenthal had an amazing career in England as both a concert artist, composer and the society piano instructor.

Blumenthal, Jacques autographed cabinet photograph, December 2, 1886