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A postcard displaying a portrait of the composer affixed to a small autographed card dated September 10, 1907. In addition to the autograph, the card contains the opening motif from D’Albert’s opera Tiefland, a work that was premiered in Prague, 1903. This motif is sketched on the card in the composer’s hand.
A mated drawing of the composers accompanied with a letter which reads:
My dear Wright I shall feel quite relieved if you would be good enough to send your harp tomorrow evening that we may have an opportunity of regaling a few friends from the country who are particularly fond of music. We will therefore (if you consent) treat them to some of our Oh Death. With Kind love to Janey and the dear child, I am always yours faithfully. Thursday July 4th
Franck’s file contains a photograph of the composer as well as one of his business cards. The business card highlights his professional life drawing attention to both his job as a professor at the Conservatoire de Musique, and that of an organist at Ste. Clotilde. It also contains a hand written message signed by the composer.
This folder contains a photograph of the composer taken by Henri Manuel in d’Indy’s studio, Paris. The photograph is accompanied by a letter written and signed by the composer. This letter is dated June 15 1908, and it contains his address as: 7 Avenue de Villars, Paris.
This folder contains facsimile portraits of Ignaz Moscheles and Friedrich Kalkbrenner. They are accompanied by a letter written to Moscheles from Kalkbrenner, autographed by the author, and dated October 1843.
This folder contains a photograph of Liszt autographed by the composer and dedicated to Herr William H Sherwood. The autograph is dated Weimar, 1875.
This folder contains a photograph of Guy de Maupassant autographed by the writer. The photograph is accompanied by a short message written and signed by the author. The note contains no date, but does contain the address 10, Rue De Montchanin.
This folder contains a photograph of the soprano Adelina Patti taken by Sarony. It is accompanied by an autograph dedicated, “yours truly,” and it bears the date November 30, 1886: New York.
This folder contains a photograph of Puccini accompanied by a hand written correspondence between the composer and an unidentified person named Gordon. This correspondence is autographed by Puccini.
This folder contains a photograph of the Joachim Raff accompanied by a hand written letter bearing his autograph. The letter is dated February 19, 1860.
This folder contains a photograph of the composer. At the bottom of the photo, the composer has written 4 beats of a c-sharp minor theme. He has autographed his work, and dated it October 17, 1907.
This folder contains a photograph of the composer taken in Paris. It is accompanied by an autographed note, dated May 20, 1886, which the composer was in London.
This folder contains a portrait of the composer as well as a handwritten letter from the composer to Caro Amico. It is autographed by the composer and dater September 23, 1854.