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Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Rare autographed postcard photograph of the important Czech born, Austrian conductor who was Generalmusikdirektor of the Hamburg Staatsoper from 1917-1931.  He led the first performance of Korngold’s “Die Todt Stadt” in 1920.

Pollak, Egon autographed original postcard photograph

Price: $125.00

Near mint condition

Autographed quarto photograph of the long time Music Director of the Warsaw Philharmonic. Despite the difficulties of Polish musicians touring under the communists, Rowicki was in demand all over the world.  Great action image!

Rowicki, Witold autographed action photograph

Price: $175.00

Near mint condition

Autographed photograph of the great French conductor and organist.  His recorded legacy of 70 recordings on the Mercury label, clearly demonstrate how he took the provincial Detroit Symphony Orchestra and turned them into a world class band.

Paray, Paul autographed original portrait photograph

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Autographed and inscribed youthful photograph of the then Music Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in his usual at that time turtle neck with a necklace.  The long termed conductor served as Music Director of the BSO from 1973 to 2002.

Ozawa, Seiji autographed photograph, 1978

Price: $125.00

Excellent condition

One of the better autographed photographs we have seen of the great Maestro of the Philadelphia Orchestra.  Ormandy rose from a musical hall fiddler to be one of the most legendary maestros of his time building on the “Philadelphia Sound”.

Ormandy, Eugene autographed photograph, Bloomington, 1960

Price: $150.00

Fine condition

The most important choral conductor in Germany at the end of the 19th Century and into the first to decades of the 20th Century.  His Ochs Gesang became the chorus of the Berlin Philharmonic, the most important choral group in Germany today.

Ochs, Siegfried autographed postcard photograph, Berlin, 1907