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Price: $750.00

Fine condition

The Chopin pupil and virtuoso pianist writes to his friend the French dramatist with his review of the play “Vercingetorix”. Clara Schumann met him as a wunderkind and described him as a second Liszt!  He was a busy virtuoso and also a pedagogue.

Mathias, Georges one page autographed letter to Edmond Cottiet, 1882

Price: $185.00

Fine condition

The pianist writes to W. H. Cummings, a Director and the Treasurer of the London Philharmonic Society about her concert tour, including; Leipzig, Berlin, Frankfurt and is he coming to Leipzig.  She mentions specific dates for her Frankfurt concerts.

Menter, Sofie 2 page letter signed, Baden-Baden, February 12, 1890

Price: $250.00

Fine condition

The violinist and rival of Jan Kubelik and Jaroslav Kocian writes a 7 bar musical quotation of a cadenza from his “Trato Knihy Kadencí” op. 14, or his “Treaty Cadenza Book”.  We offer with an autographed photograph of the violinist.

Ondricek, Emanuel autographed musical quotation and photograph, 1907

Price: $80.00

Excellent condition

Carte de visite photograph of the 1863 E. F. Walcker organ installed in the Boston Music Hall, the first concert organ in the United States. The organ was disassembled in 1884 and now resides at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall in Massachusetts.

Organ - Boston Music Hall Organ—first concert organ in the United States

Price: $225.00

Excellent condition

The pianist writes a quotation for a mysterious encore he gave at a recital at the Leamington Spa the Summer of 1910.  Known for playing numerous encores, he labels this one, “Golden Wings of Youth”!  With a wonderful portrait postcard.

Pachmann, Vladimir de 5 bar musical quotation & photograph, 1910

Price: $350.00

Fine condition

The pianist writes to composer Ambroise Thomas invoking the patron saint of musicians St. Cecilia to receive some help to have four pupils relived of military service.  Interestingly he refers to Thomas as his teacher, which makes logical sense, 

Planté, Francis 2 page autographed letter signed, Heyéres, March 22, 1884