London: Printed & Sold by J. Fentum No. 78 corner of Salisbury Street, Strand, n.d. [c. 1770-1781]. A.... Read More about T N U C or the Roundelay
1756. Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich, called Dietricy. He imitated many earlier artists like Rembrandt. Read More about Etching and Drypoint: The Musical Family
Music Corporation of America Agency, 11 Januray 1950. Read More about Contract from MCA, signed by Tommy Dorsey at bottom of first page for Show at Empire Theatre,...
Bath: Printed and sold by S. Hazard; sold likewise by Messrs. G. G. J. & J. Robinson; Cadell, Dilly, and Vernor and Hood, London [et. l, 1793. First edition. The Author's Note (pp. i-iv) is an acknowledgement of the importance to his work of Dr. Charles Burney. Read More about Sketches of the Origin, Progress and Effects of Music: with an Account of the Ancient Bards and...
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 10 Castle Street, 1900. New and Enlarged edition. Read More about Songs and Selections from the Album of the Edinburgh Angling Club founded 1847. With...
Mount Vernon: Cassell, . Fifth Edition. Read More about A Short History of Music
New York: Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, . The World's Classics. Read More about Essays First and Second Series
New York: Firth & Hall, 1843. First edition. Sheet music; with manuscript piece of music to rear blank in a contemporary hand. Read More about L'Album du Flutiste. A Pleasing Collection of Operatic, Theatrical, Popular Melodies and National...
London: T. Cadell and W. Davis, 1811. LARGE PAPER. The Second Edition, Illustrated. Elaborately Extra-Illustrated, Three Volumes to Ten. Read More about The Environs of London: Being the Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within...
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY JOHN FEENEY
Jules Feiffer Drawing, Andre Previn and Mia Farrow to Alfred Eisenstaedt. Feiffer writes: “To Alfred Eisenstaedt--The fastest legs in the business / Many thanks”; his drawing shows sandled feet, bare legs and shorts beside which cameras left and right click away in the manner of a Wild West gunslinger shooting..... Read More about Autograph Note Signed, with a drawing, July 1975 [with, on verso:] Autograph Notes Signed by...
London: November 13, 1988. the world-reknowned pianist thanks the publisher for "the facsimile of Mozart K. 467 [Piano Concert in C Major]. Thank you very much for your thoughtfulness - and hope to meet you again soon - not only in the restaurant. - " Read More about Autograph Letter signed to James Heinemann
New York: March 1945. Read More about Signature on Philarmonic-Symphony Society of New York Program
Philadelphia: Printed & Sold at G: Willig's Musical magazine No. 12 South 4th St, [1804-1807]. Early American printed sheet music with an Angling metaphor: "Thus for men the women fair / Lay the cunning cunning snare / While like fish the men will rove / And with beauty fall in..... Read More about The Fishing Duet, A Favorite Song
Lausanne, Switzerland: Edition Fœtisch, . With Hand-painted Fraktur. Read More about Unsere Schweizerlieder. 104 Volks- und National-Lieder für Klavier allein oder für Gesang und...
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, [ca. 1945]. First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ZINO FRANCESCATTI, violinist
New York: Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, . The World's Classics. Read More about The Life of Benjamin Franklin Written by Himself. Edited by John Bigelow
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY JOSEPH FUCHS, violinist, who performed on Jauary 25, 1945, with...
New York: Oct 27 1945. Read More about Signature on Philarmonic-Symphony Society of New York Program
Hotel Schenley, Pittsburg: Oct 23, 1923. “the greatest melody of the ‘folk-song’ type is Swanee River”. The great opera soprano (1882 – 1963) responds:“… You have asked me to choose what I believe are the ten musical masterpieces. It is an impossible question for no matter what ten one chooses..... Read More about Typed Letter, signed (“Galli-Curci”), to the editor of “THE ETUDE”, in Philadelphia, in...