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Price: $250.00

Mint condition

The legendary conductor writes in the legendary photographer’s album regarding his artistry and ...being tortured for endless hours…..  Eisenstaedt shot Mitropoulos in Minneapolis for a Life Magazine story which ran February 18, 1946. Superb!

Mitropoulos, Dimitri autographed note in Alfred Eisenstaedt’s album, 1945

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Wonderful souvenir program from “Cher Maitre’s” first season as Music Director with the London Symphony Orchestra.  He had accepted the position at the age of 86 with the demand for a 25 year contract and an option to renew!

Monteux, Pierre autographed London Symphony Orchestra program, 1961

Price: $100.00

Mint condition

Spectacular autographed photograph of the late German conductor in action.  Masur who spent much of his career as Music Director of the Leipzig Gewandhaus, later became the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic.

Masur, Kurt autographed jumbo photograph in action

Price: $350.00

Near mint condition

The Maitre inscribes a photograph to the flautist Laurent Torno thanking him for his collaboration with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  Torno, a pupil of BSO Principal Flautist Georges Laurent was Principal Flautist of the St. Louis Symphony.

Monteux, Pierre autographed and inscribed photograph, Boston, 1924

Price: $100.00

Fine condition

The legendary Greek conductor and Canadian tenor Leopold Simoneau autograph a Salzburg Festspiele concert program for the performance of Berlioz’s Requiem in memory of Wilhelm Furtwängler.  A live recording of the performance is available.

Mitropoulos, Dimitri autographed program, August 15, 1956

Price: $250.00

Very good condition

Autographed conducting pose cabinet photograph of the conductor, who was Verdi’s only pupil and assistant.  Muzio’s career due took him to Brussels, France, England and the United States, where he conducted Adelina Patti’s debut in opera. 

Muzio, Emanuele autographed cabinet photograph, Paris, March 26, 1885