n.p. [Paris?]: n.d [ca. 1920-1954]. Inscribed to his Sister. A lyrical piece in A minor, with a central... Read More about Autograph music manuscript, "Ossity Hongroise, op. trente"
[Thame, Oxfordshire: n.d., ca. 1830s]. A musical notebook beautifully bound in the Regency style, belonging to Sophia Elizabeth Wykehanm, 1st Baroness Wenman of Thame Park (1790-1870). She was an early love interest of the future King WIlliam IV — when he later ascended the throne he revived the title of..... Read More about Manuscript music album
Marburg und Frankfurt: Brönner, 1771. Read More about Neu vermehrt und vollständiges Gesang-Buch, worinnen sowohl die Psalmen Davids nach Ambrosii...
New York: Boosey and Hawkes, . First editon. Signed by Rorem. Signed by Ned Rorem on the first page of the score. Read More about Visits to St. Elizabeths (1950) Bedlam). For Medium Voice and Piano. Music by Ned Rorem. Text by...
London: George Cox, 1855. First edition. Read More about The Angler's Song Book
Mainz: B. Schott Soehne, nd. [c. 1823]. The score to Carl Blum's Zoraide, a lyric drama in three acts, in a fine Berlin binding of the period. Read More about Zoraide oder Der Friede von Granada. Oper in drei aufzügen
New York: October 10, 1956. Margaret Bonds (1913-1972) was a gifted Afro-American composer and pianist whose close collaboration with Langston Hughes resulted in the most popular of her art songs, the cycle “Three Dream Portraits”. She is also the rarely acknowledged composer of the famous spiritual arrangement, “He's Got the..... Read More about Portrait Photograph of Margaret Bonds
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY, pianist. Performance date February 13, 1945
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY, pianist. Performance date December 3, 1945
September 6, 1876. Printed on Satin. Read More about Broadsheet on Satin: Chesnut St. Theatre. Souvenir of the 100th Performance of "Our...
New York: Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, . The World's Classics. Read More about Jane Eyre. An Autobiography
New York: Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, . The World's Classics. Read More about Wuthering Heights. With a Preafce and memoir of Emily and Anne Bronte by Charlotte Brontew and an...
London: Printed for T. Becket, Strand; J. Robson, New Bond-Street and G. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1773. The Second Edition, Corrected. With advertisement leaf at front and errata on last leaf of Index. Read More about The Present State of Music in France and Italy. Or, The Journal of a Tour through those...
London: Printed for T. Becket, Strand; J. Robson, New Bond-Street and G. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1775. Second edition, Corrected. Read More about The Present State of Music in Germany, The Netherlands, and United Provinces. Or, The Journal of...
Berger-Levrault et Cie, Éditeurs: 1880. First edition one of 300 copes on Holland paper, Number 209. Read More about Les Comédiens du Roi de la Troupe Italienne pendants les deux derniers siècles. Documents...
London: Royal Opera Covent Garden, Week ending 28th June 1907. Payment voucher for £350 for Enrico Caruso's performances of two Verdi operas — La Traviata (26 June 1907) and Un ballo in maschera (28 June 1907) at the Royal Opera, Covent Gardens. Read More about Printed voucher, signed ("Enrico Caruso"
Philadelphia: The Centaur Press, 1938. First Edition. Poem written for music by Harl McDinald, intended “to be a major work for a woman’s chorus and orchestra, a poem that had vigor and passion, a poem that voice a deep emotion in the hearts of contemporary American women.” (Author’s note). First..... Read More about Lament for the Stolen. A poem for a Chorus
Paris: 1825. Luigi Cherubini (1760-1842), composer and director of the Ecole Royale de Musique (now the Conservatoire de Paris) from 1822 until his death. This document lists the members of the jury of examiners for 1825, headed by Cherubini, and including other French musical notables such as Rodolphe Kreutzer (1766-1831)..... Read More about Document, signed. Ecole Royale de Musique et de Déclamation. Jettons alloués aux membres du...
New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder; F. J. Lawson Co., N. Y, co. 1917. Huck Finn. Cliff Hess was a composer and author of musical songs and at this time he was Irving Berlin's secretary as well. Lewis and Young, who frequently collaborated, were best known for their music for..... Read More about Sheet music for the song “Huckleberry Finn” by Hess, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
New York: April 5, 1935. Variant of the portrait from the same session published in Portraits: The Photography of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Aaron Copland
New York: April 5, 1935. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Aaron Copland
New York: The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, 1946. First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY JOHN CORIGLIANO, violinist, who performed with the...
1955. “Chief” Marvin Rainwater Fan Club. “Chief” Marvin Rainwater — he was 25% Cherokee — was one of the biggest country and rockabilly stars of the late 50s, with notable hits ”Gonna Find Me a Bluebird” and “Whole Lotta Woman.”This collection of fan club material, dating from before Rainwater’s commercial..... Read More about Collection of Marvin Rainwater fan club material
New York: Chappell, . INSCRIBED. Inscribed in both volumes to Todd on his 23rd birthday by Noel. Read More about Sir Noel Coward His Words and Music. Volumes I & II