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

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

Phone: 212-860-5541

 

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MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS & ANTIQUARIAN
Text Box: MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS AND EPHEMERA BOUGHT AND SOLD

Price: $300.00

Mint condition

Superb matted autographed photograph of the legendary Russian fiddler on his 60th birthday tour.† A great original pebble grained photograph of the Dean of Russian violinists in action!

Oistrakh, David autographed & inscribed photograph, January, 1968

Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Considered by many to be the greatest French born pianist of the 19th Century.† We offer his imprinted visiting card with a brief line and a postcard photograph.† Plantť was one of the first musicians to record.†

Plantť, Francis holographed visiting card and photograph

Price: $300.00

Near mint condition

Prudent was one of the most popular concert pianists in Paris from the 1830ís through the 1850ís, comparable in the publicís mind to Thalberg.† A composer as well, he was well known for his virtuosic opera paraphrases and other works.

Prudent, mile autographed 5 bar musical quotation & cdv photograph

Price: $350.00

Fine condition

Autographed jumbo presentation photograph of the Belgian violin virtuoso dedicated to his pupil the blind violinist, Clyde Hagans.† Musin concertized extensively around the World and eventually settled in Brooklyn, New York.

Musin, Ovide autographed presentation photograph, New York, 1916

Price: $250.00

Mint condition

Autographed and inscribed quarto photograph of the legendary violinist.† An ideal image of Milstein with the bow across the strings!† The Sol Hurok Attractions stamp on the verso.

Milstein, Nathan autographed photograph, New York, 1973

Price: $200.00

Excellent condition

Autographed large photograph of the Hungarian pianist.† Mero was a great success in Europe and then moved to the United States where her success was even greater.† She played her second appearance in the U.S. under Gustav Mahler at Carnegie Hall!

Mero, Yolanda autographed photograph, New York, 1920