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Price: $250.00

Near mint condition

Sensational autographed quarto photograph of the legendary Ukrainian-American violinist, signed in white ink.  A pupil of Fidelmann, Brodsky and Auer, he had a sensational career for over 65 years!

Elman, Mischa autographed sepia photograph

Price: $250.00

Near mint condition

Autographed presentation photograph of the German concert pianist. A disciple of Liszt’s assistant and composer Joachim Raff, Faelton taught at the Frankfurt Hochschule, ran the New England Conservatory and his own piano school in Boston.

Faelton, Carl autographed presentation photograph, April 13, 1918

Price: $85.00

Near mint condition

The pianist inscribes a photograph to Larry Davis, the manager of the auditorium at the Music School at Indiana University.  A pupil of Marguerite Long, he has had an exceptionally long career as both a virtuoso pianist and conductor.

Entremont, Philippe autographed and inscribed photograph, 1971

Price: $450.00

Near mint condition

Wonderful autographed and inscribed photograph of the older pianist and pedagogue at his desk at the Ecole Normale in Paris, pen in hand.  Cortot still ran the school he founded, though spent much of his time teaching in Lausanne at this time.

Cortot, Alfred autographed photograph at his desk, 1959

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

Price: $900.00

Excellent condition

Five scores from the performing library of the wunderkind violinist and older brother of cellist Emanuel Feuermann.  The scores include the violin parts and the full score of each work, heavily marked with bowing marks, cuts and even bits of manuscript.

 

Feuermann, Sigmund five autographed and annotated scores