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Price: $100.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the Czech violinist, the scion of a major musical family. One of the most recorded violinists of the 20th Century with an important International career, he was also the Great-Grandson of composer Antonin Dvorak.

Suk, Josef autographed photograph with his violin

Price: $125.00

Mint condition

Autographed jumbo photograph of the great Russian pianist in concert.  Sokolov will no longer play with orchestra and is strictly a recitalist.  Many consider him to be the greatest living pianist.

Sokolov, Grigory autographed photograph of the great pianist in recital

Price: $300.00

Near mint condition

The Hungarian-American violinist autographs a photograph playing a recital on BBC Television.  The violinist had a relationship with the BBC which began with a Proms concert and ran through the 1950’s. A terrific autographed image!

Szigeti, Joseph autographed photograph playing his violin on the BBC

Price: $100.00

Mint condition

The Ukrainian born, American violinist autographs a photograph, In appreciation of thoughtful, articulate music lover [sic]….. A wonderful sentiment from Stern.  Stern today is best remembered for saving Carnegie Hall from the wrecking ball!

Stern, Isaac autographed photograph with violin, 1974

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Scarce autographed letter by the important Czech violinist, Sevcik pupil, his assistant and successor at the Prague Conservatory.  Taught Bohuslav Martinu, Otto Meyer and Pablo Casals brother Enric among others.  Rector of the Prague Conservatory.

Suchý, Stepan three page autographed letter, February 17, 1910

Price: $2000.00

Near mint condition

The tragic virtuoso pianist and composer writes to pianist Adolf Jensen with an invitation to teach at his newly created Schule des höherin Clavierspiels, where Jensen taught from 1866 until 1868.  Tausig, was Liszt’s favorite pupil and quite scarce. 

Tausig, Carl three page autographed letter, Berlin, September 15, 1866