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Price: $175.00

Mint condition

The pianist writes a letter on both sides of her business card to Carl Fuchs, a cellist with the Hallé orchestra regarding her pupil, pianist Kathleen Chabôt.  Davies was a pupil of Clara Schumann and one of the great female pianists of her time.

Davies, Fanny autographed letter signed on her imprinted visiting card

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Complete 24 page souvenir program featuring Eckstine with the George Shearing Quintet and Count Basie and his Orchestra.  This was the program offered during their three month cross-country tour of the U.S. during the Fall of 1952.

Eckstine, Billy autographed full page program photograph, 1952

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Autographed photograph of the legendary Ukrainian-American violinist in his teen years.  Elman an Auer pupil was all the rage in Europe and America from his German debut in 1904 as a child prodigy.  Many commissions by important composers!

Elman, Mischa autographed youthful postcard portrait

Price: $1250.00

Mint condition

Ideal authentic image of the iconic jazz trumpeter and innovator.  Davis joined Charlie Parker in Be-Bop and then ran from there with The Birth of the Cool, Modal Jazz, Free Jazz and Jazz Fusion.  The most innovative jazz  musician of the 20th c.

Davis, Miles autographed postcard photograph

Price: sold

Mint condition

The “Duke” autographs a sepia publicity photograph.  The 1940’s photograph depicts Ellington holding a roll of sheet music in a grey flannel suit, v-neck sweater and French cuffed shirt.  Truly a natty dresser!

Ellington, Duke autographed sepia photograph c. 1940’s

Price: $250.00

Mint condition

The legendary pianist writes to his friend Belgian radio head Jean van der Spek from his home in Lausanne.  The letter contains both musical and friendly content.  He and van der Spek were manuscript collectors and often collaborated in their research.

Cortot, Alfred two page autographed letter signed, Lausanne, 1951