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Price: $75.00

Mint condition

Autographed full-length photograph of the great Hungarian British conductor.  Solti is best remembered for his long tenure as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the many recordings he made with them, but he was so much more!

Solti, Georg autographed Decca photograph

Price: $200.00

Fine condition

The British conductor who played under both Handel and Haydn writes to “Madame” returning a book of songs and parts to “The Crucifixion” save the alto part.  Smart was a co-founder of the London Philharmonic Society in 1813.

Smart, Sir George one page autographed letter signed, 1835

Price: $175.00

Fine condition

The conductor of the World Premiere of “Porgy and Bess” and “Four Saints in Three Acts”, as well as the first performances of “Lover for Three Oranges” writes a short letter of thanks to the wife of Broadway writer Louis Simon.  With a vintage photo.

Smallens, Alexander one page autographed letter signed, New York, 1930

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Autographed quarto photograph of the first Leader of the United States Army Band, Pershing’s own, outside of the United States Capitol.  Personally selected by Pershing, Stannard was a graduate of the Institute of Musical Arts in New York.

Stannard, William Jennings autographed photograph, Washington D.C.

Price: $350.00

Mint condition

Fabulous autographed London Records “Phase 4 Stero” autographed photograph of the conductor in later years directing the orchestra as always with his hands.  Autographed action photographs this late in his career are difficult to find

Stokowski, Leopold autographed quarto photograph in action c. 1970

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the late conductor reviewing a score in an opera house pit. Rozhdestvensky was one of the few Russian conductors who had multiple Music Directorships outside of Russia before the fall of the Soviet Union.

Rozhdestvensky, Gennady autographed photograph