New York: April 5, 1935. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul... Read More about Portrait photograph of Aaron Copland
London: Heinemann, 1923. First edition thus, Number 235 of 385 copies on hand-made paper and signed by the Artist, William Nicholson. The Sequel to The Beggar's Opera, Signed by Nicholson. Read More about Polly: an Opera. Being the Second Part of the Beggar's Opera
London: George Bell, 186, Fleet Street, 1846. First edition. Printed by Charles Whittington, Chiswick. Charles Burney used the manuscript in these unpublished essays writings by North (1651-1734) who was Attorney-General to James II. He has been considered the first English Music Critic. Read More about Memoirs of Music by Roger North, Attorney-General to James II. Now first Printed from the...
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY EUGENE ORMANDY
N. P: n.d . Austrian conductor and violinist. He was the Director of the National Conservatory of Music in New York, the conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Opera of Berlin. From the autograph collection of Harry P. Kuhn Jr. Read More about Card signed "Emil Paur"
London, Beaufort House, Strand: Published by Edward Dixon Pouchée, at the Office of "The English Gentleman". Whiting & Branston, Engravers and Printers to His Majesty for the Prevention of Forgery, 1825. Printers to His Majesty for Prevention of Forgery. The elaborate covers provide a fine demonstration of mid-1820s printing by..... Read More about The Protestant Song. "Thanks Royal York ..."
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY JOSEF RABUSHKA
New York: July 22, 1946. Inscribed by "Carmen Jones" Best known for her role as Carmen in the Broadway adaptation of the Bizet opera, Rahn's dual talents as actress and singer won her several operatic roles, and in 1942 she was the first Afro-American singer to perform in an opera..... Read More about Portrait photograph of Muriel Rahn in the title role of the opera "Carmen Jones"
Montrose, [Scotland]: Sold by James Watt, [184-?]. Read More about The Real Virginny Melodist
London: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1911. First edition. A scarce title and rare in fine condition. Read More about Six Lectures on the Recorder and Other Flutes in Relation to Literature
Paris: Éditions du Trianon, 1930. Toscanini's Copy. Inscribed: "A Arturo Toscanini/ ricordo augurale affetuiso devoto/ di Gio Rocco [?] 1933. Natale." Read More about L'Illusion Héroïque de Tito Bassi
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BYANGEL REYES, violinist, who performed on December 18, 1945, with...
N. P: 3 November 1875. Richards (1819-1885) was a noted Welsh pianist and composer, his most famous work being the Welsh national anthem. Read More about Signature and date on slip “Brinley Richards”
September 1874. German composer and violinist Ries (1802-1886. Read More about ALS. To John Pawle
New York: The Music Room [Keynote Recordings, Inc.], [c. 1940]. INSCRIBED by Paul Robeson. Before it became a noted jazz label, Eric Bernay's Keynote Recordings released the left-wing folk of performers like the Almanac Singers and Pete Seeger. This album contains songs written by Ernst Busch (1900-1980), recorded in Barcelona..... Read More about 6 Songs for Democracy: Discos de las Brigadas Internacionales [The Music Room's International...
Cincinnati: The John Church Co, . First edition. Composer some of the best-known songs of the Civil War period, including his most famous: "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!" Read More about The Story of a Musical life. An Autobiography
Paris: Chez la Veuve Duchesne libraire, rue Saint Jacques, au Temple du Goût, 1768. Pirated edition, issued in the same year as the first. Read More about Dictionnaire de Musique
Genève: n.p, 1781. Read More about Dictionnaire de Musique
Leeds: Webb and Millington and to be had at J.S. Taylor's Song Depots, 89, Meadow lane, [184-?]. With old favorites like "Sambo, Sambo", "Ebony Rose" etc. Read More about The Royal Songster; Being a Collection of Comic Sentimental, and Nigger Songs, ever published,...
Madrid: Impr. de la Esperenza, á cargo de D.A. Perez Dubrull, 1860. First edition. Royal Presentation Binding. Luisa Fernanda, younger sister of Queen Isabella II, was married to Antoine, duc de Montpensier, the youngest son of King Louis-Philippe of France in 1846. Read More about Efemérides de Músicos Españoles, asi profesores como aficionados
Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press, September, 1966. Second edition, one of 500 copies. The Songbook was originally printed in 1965, in New York City, at Peace Eye Bookstore; this is the first Artists' Workshop Press edition printed by Floyd Lawton, in September 1966. Read More about THE FUGS' SONGBOOK
[n.p: n.d.]. Sir Harold Malcolm Watts Sargent (29 April 1895 – 3 October 1967) was an English conductor, organist and composer widely regarded as Britain's leading conductor of choral works. Read More about Signed playbill. "Royal Choral Society" playbill signed "Malcolm Sargent."
New York: Philosophical Library, . Read More about Style and Idea
San Francisco: Salavator Rosa, 615 Montgomery Street. Read More about Firemen's March Composed and Dedicated to the Officers and Members of the San Francisco Fire...
New York: July 22, 1946. Inscribed by "the baby genius of the Harlem Renaissance" Phillipa Duke Schuyler, "the baby genius of the Harlem Renaissance," was a musical prodigy who " ... by the time she was four years old, was a skilled pianist; by five she was performing Mozart before..... Read More about Portrait photograph of Phillippa Schuyler
New York: 1945. Read More about Signature on Carnegie Hall Program Cover