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Adolph Brodsky : pages 88-92 in The Strad

This article outlines Brodsky's biography and also mentions his violin, a fine Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu of 1735 and his bows, by Tourte, Hill and others. The article includes a list of Brodsky's most famous pupils. Much of the inform...

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Autograph letter signed from Geegee to Olga

This letter is from a pupil of Olga Skadowsky. Geegee regrets that she has not paid for some Russian reading sessions she had some months ago. She was suddenly called away to Droitwich because of a friend having an operation. Anna has also bee...

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Autograph letter signed from Gertrude to Olga

Gertrude's sister sends something with thanks. Gertrude enjoyed the previous evening's concert very much and they have nearly finished the Bolshevists. Dated 13 Dec.

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Autograph note about the Brodsky Quartet

This is a note on the international nature of the Brodsky Quartet: a Russian, an Englishman, a Dutchman and a German. The writer suggests that the great powers of Europe could take an example from the Brodsky Quartet and form a quartet among them...

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Autograph receipt signed to Adolph Brodsky

Adolph Davidovich Brodsky has paid 2750 roubles [the equivalent of 275 pounds then] for the Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu. The signature on this receipt is indecipherable. It is dated 1 Jan 1880

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Business card

The writing appears to read ‘Modecmr Uvurr Yaukobckiu.

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Catalogue of early books, manuscripts and autographs (1473-1928)

Items 409-414 in this catalogue are autograph letters signed from Edvard Grieg. These vary in price from 7 pounds 10 shillings to 4 guineas and date from 1870 to 1894. A summary of the contents of each letter is given. A couple of the letters a...

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