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WE GUARANTEE ALL ITEMS AUTHENTIC, WITHOUT TIME LIMITATION TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER.

WE MAINTAIN A WIDE SELECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED MATERIAL IN THE CLASSICAL MUSIC, JAZZ AND OPERA FIELD, PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOT SHOWN.

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Price: $1500.00

Excellent condition

The composers and friends autograph a program for an all-day youth concert conducted on the Margit Island where their new choral works for children were performed by both teachers and choirs.  Both have added small caricatures. Unique!

Bartok, Béla & Kodály, Zoltán dual autographed program, June 27, 1937

Price: $250.00

Fine condition

The British composer, conductor and pianist autographs a postcard photograph of the Bank of England and Royal Exchange with two bars of his 1880 3rd Symphony known as “The Scandanavian”, considered to be his most important work.

Cowen, Sir Frederick autographed musical quotation of his 3rd Symphony

Price: sold

Fine condition

Original photograph of the burial of composer Frederick Delius at midnight, on May 25th, 1935 in the churchyard of St. Peter's Church in Limpsfield, Surrey in Britain.  Eric Fenby, Adrian Boult and Ralph Vaughan Williams are in the photograph

Delius, Frederick original photograph of his 2nd burial in England, 1935

Price: sold

Fine condition

The letter to Camille Saint-Saëns thanks him for his letter regarding the Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs et Éditeurs de Musique election of his membership. In 1894 he became the first Russian composer to premiere an opera in Paris.

Cui, César one page autographed letter signed to Camille Saint-Saëns, 1892

Price: $400.00

Very good condition

Autographed press photograph by Berlin at the piano at the time of rehearsals for the second New York City revival of “Annie Get Your Gun” surrounded by the show’s producer Richard Rodgers and star, Ethel Merman. Quite a crew!

Berlin, Irving autographed photograph with Rodgers & Merman 1966

Price: $1200.00

Fine condition

The castrato-composer writes a letter to the Marchesa Sacrati seeking introductions in Paris for his pupil Lina Freppa.  This letter led to a series of events which created a scandal in Italy for the Marchesa and good fortune for Freppa.  Fantastic content!

Crescentini, Girolomo two page autographed letter signed, Naples, 1828