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Price: $650.00

Excellent condition

The virtuoso violinist & composer writes from Holland to his London agent preparing for his arrival in April for the London season.  He asks his agent to alert “useful” people and to let the newspapers know that he is coming. With lithograph.

Bazzini, Antonio one page autographed letter signed, March 8, 1854

Price: $350.00

Excellent condition

The German pianist autographs a postcard portrait showing his hands in Naples, March, 1941.  He adds a 4 bar musical quotation of the opening of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata #13 in E flat major, op. 27. Rather unusual for him to add a musical quote.

Backhaus, Wilhelm autographed photograph with musical quotation, 1941

Price: $550.00

 Fine condition

Sensational early 1950’s autographed photograph of Satchmo, the legendary Dixieland trumpeter, singer and bandleader.  Interestingly. This is not one of the more common images he would typically sign. 

Armstrong, Louis autographed early 1950’s photograph

Price: $250.00

Very good condition

The tenor saxophonist writes a long dedication to the New York based bluesman Clyde Peterson.  Ammons was one of the first to hire Miles Davis in his band in the early 1950’s.  His style was a cross between bebop and the blues.

Ammons, Gene autographed and inscribed quarto photograph

Price: $400.00

Excellent condition

Autographed ticket and cdv photograph of the Parisian lawyer Pierre-Antoine Berryer for a performance at Salle Herz for his sponsored Matinée Musicale benefit concert featuring among others, Henri Herz, Alexandre Batta, & Luigi Lablache.

Berryer Matinée Musicale ticket, Salle Herz, Paris, April 26, 1853

Price: $650.00

Excellent condition

Extraordinary jumbo mounted engraving of the German violin virtuoso inscribed to her colleague, the slightly older Teresa Milanollo.  Bierlich made her professional debut in 1846 in Dresden and left the stage around 1857, likely due to marriage.

Bierlich, Johanna large holographed engraving, Hamburg, 1854