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Phone: 212-860-5541

 

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Autographed quarto photograph of the first Leader of the United States Army Band, Pershing’s own, outside of the United States Capitol.  Personally selected by Pershing, Stannard was a graduate of the Institute of Musical Arts in New York.

Stannard, William Jennings autographed photograph, Washington D.C.

Price: $350.00

Mint condition

Fabulous autographed London Records “Phase 4 Stereo” autographed photograph of the conductor in later years directing the orchestra as always with his hands.  Autographed action photographs this late in his career are difficult to find.

Stokowski, Leopold autographed quarto photograph in action c. 1970

Price: $400.00

Near mint condition

A sensational and special autographed photograph of Stoki with his personally selected orchestra for the 1937 Universal film “100 Men and a Girl”, which starred the conductor. It was the stepping stone to the Disney film “Fantasia”.

Stokowski, Leopold autographed quarto photograph with orchestra

Price: $1000.00

Fine condition

The conductor had a short, but tumultuous business relationship with Alix Williamson for publicity for his New York City Symphony in 1944.  This is the publicist’s client file with typed letters signed, contracts, a lawsuit and a deposition. 

Stokowski, Leopold archive concerning his publicity 1944-1945

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Uncommon autographed photograph of the Hungarian, later Brazilian conductor.  Jewish, his career was sidetracked in Germany due to the rise of the Nazi’s and it took some very interesting twists.  He was one of the leading Mahler proponents.

Szenkar, Eugen autographed photograph conducting a recording session

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

The eminent Austrian conductor, “the conductor’s conductor” autographs a Fayer photograph.  Swarovsky conducted in public over 3100 times in a 50 year career and was one of the most sought after conducting pedagogues in the world.

Swarovsky, Hans autographed Fayer of Vienna photograph