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

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

 

Price: $250.00

Fine condition

The legendary conductor writes an amusing letter to pianist Abram Chasins turning down a “concert performance” dinner by Chasin’s cook when in New York City for concerts. Chasins made his BSO debut the prior month performing Gershwin.

Koussevitzky, Serge one page typed letter signed, 1939 and photograph

Price: sold

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the then former conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a recording session, Budapest, 1966.  The photograph was taken during a live recording with the Hungarian Radio Symphony of Symphonie Fantastique!

Munch, Charles autographed photograph conducting in rehearsal 1966

Price: $250.00

Near mint condition

The legendary conductor writes to pianist Abram Chasins from Tanglewood, July 29, 1950, less than a year before his death.  He thanks Chasins for an anniversary show he ran at WQXR.  He also invites the pianist and his wife to Tanglewood for Bach.

Koussevitzky, Serge one page typed letter signed to Abram Chasins, 1950

Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Superb autographed photograph of the Soviet, later Dutch conductor leading a recording session in 1962, the year Kondrashin led the World Premiere of Dimitri Shostakovich’s famed 13th Symphony, “Baba Yar” and the first recording.

Kondrashin, Kirill autographed conducting rehearsal photograph, 1962

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the Austrian conductor reviewing his score in his office at the Deutsche Oper Berlin where he was Music Director from 1970 –1973.  One of the great conductors of German & Austrian classical & romantic symphonies.

Krips, Josef autographed photograph reviewing a score, 1971

Price: $500.00

Near mint condition

Jumbo autographed and inscribed photograph of the Alsatian conductor at the time of his American debut in late December, 1946 and January, 1947.  This photograph was signed at the time of his New York Philharmonic debut at Carnegie Hall. 

Munch, Charles autographed large photograph, New York, January, 1947