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Phone: 212-860-5541

 

Price: $200.00

Excellent condition

Autographed Atelier Hertel cabinet photograph of the 36 year old legendary conductor. He was a Liszt pupil who withdrew from the piano to devote himself to composing and conducting.  Today he is remembered through his recordings.  

Weingartner, Felix autographed cabinet photograph, Weimar, 1899

Price: $400.00

Near mint condition

A rather unknown photograph of The Maestro which Fleischmann has signed and dated, February, 1946.  This specific image from a Wave Hill photo session is not well known and the other images from the session are generally labelled 1950.

Toscanini, Arturo original Trude Fleischmann presentation photograph

Price: $450.00

Fine condition

The Maestro writes to Walter de Bourg, who was the 1st Secretary of the Swiss Legation at the Swiss Embassy in Washington D.C. and in charge of German and Italian interests.  He was especially helpful to several musicians including Toscanini.

Toscanini, Arturo typed letter signed and original photograph, 1943

Price: $125.00

Fine condition

The legendary German conductor performs Mahler with The Philadelphia Orchestra in his Carnegie Hall debut.  Tennstedt was one of the leading conductos of Mahler’s works for orchestra; here he conducts “Kindertotenlieder” and the 1st Symphony.

Tennstedt, Klaus autographed Carnegie Hall program, April 7, 1981

Price: $500.00

Fine condition

Original autographed octavo matte side profile photograph of the legendary Maestro.  This is a fine example of Toscanini in his later years in the outdoors. 

Toscanini, Arturo autographed and inscribed photograph

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

The conductor and cellist writes to composer Peter Mennin the year he became President of the Peabody School of Music.  Wallenstein turns down an invitation due to a television broadcast and a trip to Australia. We offer an original photograph

Wallenstein, Alfred one page autographed letter signed, December, 1958