London, Beaufort House, Strand: Published by Edward Dixon Pouchée, at the Office of "The English Gentleman". Whiting &... Read More about The Protestant Song. "Thanks Royal York ..."
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, INSCRIBED BY MARIA JERITZA, soprano. Performance date March 11, 1947
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY MARIA JERITZA, soprano. Performance date April 29, 1946
Short formal letter asking his esteemd colleague (unnamed) to call upon him after 9:00 the next morning, a Tuesday.Joachim (1831 – 1907) was a Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer and teacher. A close collaborator of Johannes Brahms, he is widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“Joseph Joachim”
New York: G. Ricordi & Co, 1915. First edition. A man of enormous talent and versatility, for fourteen years the secretary of the NAACP, Johnson was a distinguished poet, novelist, essayist, lecturer, song writer, lawyer, diplomat, editor, teacher, and education administrator. He was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, educated..... Read More about “Her Eyes Twin Pools”: Original sheet music of this romantic popular song, words by James...
New York: 1945. Read More about Signature on Carnegie Hall Program Cover
N.p. [Hollywood]: n.d. [ca. 1949?]. The Kid from Brooklyn - to Eisie. Danny Kaye's inscription (the closing and signature is reproduced in EISENSTAEDT'S ALBUM) reads: "Alfred - With me you can come in with the meat. Very democratic y'know. All best wishes Danny Kaye." Read More about Autograph Inscription Signed ("Danny Kaye") to LIFE photographer ALFRED EISENSTAEDT
Boston: Published by the Author, 1868. First edition. Presentation, with Trade Card. With "Compliments of Father Kemp" on blank with the TRADE CARD for Kemp's Mammoth Boot and Shoe Store, at 792 and 794 Washington Street, Madison Block, Boston printed in red and gray with an engraving of Father Kemp..... Read More about Father Kemp and his Old Folks. A History of the Old Folks' Concerts compirising an Autobiography...
Philadelphia: Moses Thomas, 1814. The first appearance in magazine or book form of the "Star-Spangled Banner" (entitled "The Defense of Fort M'Henry"). The National Anthem's First Magazine Appearance. Penned on the occasion of the successful defense of Fort McHenry against the British in September, 1814, Key's lyrics - set to..... Read More about "The Defence of Fort McHenry" [later known as "The Star-Spangled Banner"] in...
N.p: March 1, 1912. Kubelík (1880-1940) was a Czech violinist and composer and the father of conducter Rafael Kubelík. The musical quotation is a four-bar excerpt from the first movement of Kubelík’s First Violin Concerto. Read More about Autograph musical quotation, inscribed (“With best wishes, from Jan Kubelík”
New York: Published by E. Bliss & E. White, and Collins & Hannay. H.C.Sleight, Printer, Jamaica, 1825. Second American, from the Fourth English. Edward Tuckerman was the son of a Boston mercahnt of the same name, went to Union College and Harvard Law School (1839), Harvard Divinity School. He later..... Read More about Reminiscences of Charles Butler, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn. With a Letter to a Lady on Ancient and...
Honolulu] & New York: [Hawaiian Evangelical Association] & Bigelow & Main, 1902 & . Read More about Leo Honnani Ka Papa Hawaii, Honolulu. Preface by Theodore Richards. WITH: Hoku Ao Nani
New York: Nov. 1851. [With, on the same sheet:] PADEREWSKI, Ignacy Jan. Autograph 4-bar Quotation Signed ("I J Paderewski"), from his opera Manru. Boston: 29 April 1905. And with two other unidentified inscriptions on the same sheet. Read More about Autograph Sentiment Signed ("Jenny Lind"), to Joseph R. Winchell
N. P: . "Madame Butterfly" Noted American playwright and novelist. Best known for his short story "Madame Butterfly" which was adapted by Belasco and served as the basis for the libretto for Puccini's opera. From the autograph collection of Harry P. Kuhn Jr. Read More about Card signed "J. L. Long"
New York: December 17, 1934. The Viennese-born singer and actress Fritzi Massary (1882-1969), was one of the icons the operetta and of silent films in the golden age of the twenties, and the most celebrated German-language singer of her day. In 1932, rising anti-Semitism drove her out of Germany to..... Read More about Portrait photograph of the singer Fritzi Massary
On the deck of the ocean liner “Conte di Savoia”: May 16, 1935. Read More about Portrait photograph of Elsa Maxwell
London: John Murray, 1853. Second edition. Read More about The Life and Works of the Late Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
New York: RCA Victor, . SIGNED TWICE. Read More about Symphonie Espagnole. 4 78 RPM records. With RCA Viictor Notes tipped in, and SIGNED BY YEHUDI...
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ROBERT MERRILL
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1927. Urban, Joseph. Artist's Edition, Number 73 of 500 copies signed by the Author and Composer Deems Taylor. "A lyric drama of Saxon England, a play of rare beauty dealing with a story of profound passion and treacherous love" Read More about The King's Henchman. A Play in Three Acts
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc, . First American edition. Read More about The Hums of Pooh. Lyrics by Pooh. Music by H. Fraser-Simson. Introduction by A.A. Milne....
[Paris]: Les Bibliophiles de Montmartre, 1946. Villa, Georges. Number 80 imprimé pour M. Paul Massonnet. Ninth book done for Les Bibliophiles de Montmartre and the third of three dedicated to the Singers and Poets of Montmartre. Read More about Monmartre a Chanté
New York: January 1, 1904. Austrian condustor and composer. From the autograph collection of Harry P. Kuhn Jr. Read More about Card signed "Felix Mottl"
London: Printed & Sold at Bland & Wellers Music Warehouse. Rare. Read More about 24 Favorite Country Dances, Hornpipes & Reels with their proper Figures foor the German...