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Price: $150.00

 Mint condition

Autographed postcard photograph of the Belgian composer and violinist.  He was a pupil of Ysäye and won the Belgian Prix de Rome for composition. A prolific composer he directed the Liége Conservatory for many years. Scarce!

Rasse, François autographed postcard photograph, Liége, 1928

Price: $450.00

Mint condition

The prolific composer writes to film historian John C. Tibbetts regarding the various film festivals he was attending which were honoring him that year.  Rozsa won three Oscars for his scores including Ben Hur, Spellbound and A Double Life. 

Rozsa, Miklos two page autographed letter signed, March 24, 1982

Price: $450.00

Near mint condition

The composer of the operas “Sigurd” and “Salammbo” turns down the opportunity to have dinner with Cecile Munkacsy & Louis Diemer and mentions that she led the final visit of Franz Liszt to Paris in 1886. With a cabinet photograph.

Reyer, Ernest two page autographed letter, circa 1886

Price: $650.00

Mint condition

The Belgian composer and Halevy pupil autographs a large photograph to his composition pupil, violist Jean Rogister.  He pens a six bar musical quotation of his Eligie for cello, or bassoon and chamber orchestra, October 22, 1900.

Radoux, Jean-Théodore autographed photograph with musical quotation

Price: $750.00

Fine condition

The great French composer autographs and inscribes a postcard portrait to the Belgian violist.  Ropartz’s folkloric music including 5 major symphonies bridged the gap between French Romantic and coming Modernism. Rare!

Ropartz, Joseph Guy autographed photograph to Jean Rogister, 1929

Price: $2600.00

Fine condition

Ravel writes to his junior colleague providing some advice regarding a composing contest he was entering.  He mentions he is busy on a “little work”, amusingly it turned out to be one of his most important, Tzigane, which premiered the next month.

Ravel, Maurice typed letter signed to composer Henri Martelli, 1924