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Price: $250.00

Near mint condition

Consolo, was a student of Liszt’s pupil Giovanni Sgambati in Rome & Carl Reinecke in Leipzig.  The pianist had a major career as a virtuoso and was the soloist in Gustav Mahler’s final concert as a conductor, February 21, 1911 in New York City.

Consolo, Ernesto autographed photograph of the Italian pianist, 1913

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the great British pianist in a charcoal illustration at the piano.  A pupil, of Matthay and Schnabel, Curzon was a true International artist and made sensational and exciting recordings.

Curzon, Clifford autographed postcard portrait at the piano

Price: $250.00

Mint condition

The letter to a friend regarding his concert schedule in Belgium, as well as the manuscript of Chopin’s Nocturne in C Sharp Minor (posthumous), written for the composer’s sister Louise and at one time held by Princess Marcelina Czartoryska.

Cortot, Alfred three page autographed letter signed, Berne,  1951

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

The German violinist writes a two bar musical quotation and a long dedication to the wife of conductor Emil Steinbach.  The leaf is also signed and inscribed by conductor Fritz Volbach and on the verso, baritone Karl Scheidemantel.

Burmester, Willy autographed musical quotation, Mainz December, 1897

Price: $750.00

Mint condition

The pianist writes to his younger colleague and fellow Liszt pupil regarding his schedule and a meeting.  Bülow respected the younger pianist and they collaborated often both in Europe and America.  With a postcard portrait of the pianist.

Bülow, Hans von one page autographed letter to Eugen D’Albert, 1891

Price: $100.00

Mint condition

The legendary organist, conductor, composer and pedagogue pens a short note of thanks to an un-named correspondent on “Le Director” American School at Fontainebleau stationary.  Perfect for display!

Boulanger, Nadia autographed note, October 25, 1967 with photograph