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Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (1843-1907), Composer, Pianist, Conductor
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Autograph book

Autograph book, started in 1857 by Henry Fuchs, Carl's father. The cover of the book is engraved with Henry's initials, and there are photographs of Henry and Carl stuck into the inside cover. Carl Fuchs has written the following on on...

Various songs, one side of cassette only

Titles of songs as follows: - O My Beloved Father - With Verdure Clad - Come Unto Him - Waltz Song (Merrie England) - Ballad - Early Morning - I Love Thee (Ich Liebe Dich) - Angels Guard Thee - If I Can Help Somebody A note on the cassette reads ...

Bandkraft book 2

Full score and piano reduction of Jazz Intermezzo by Peter Seivewright. Book 2 also contained Bossa Nova (JG), Ballade (Grieg arr. Ifor James), and Bollin Hill Suite (Philip Malbon).

Brodsky Papers

  • GB GB1179 AB
  • Collection
  • 1850s-1981

The Brodsky Papers comprise letters, newscuttings, programmes, telegrams, photograph albums, loose photographs, concert tickets, official documents (marriage certificate, diplomas) and music, which were found in the Brodsky home following the deat...

Brodsky, Adolph Davidovich (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter, 31 Dec 1955

Manuscript letter in which Collens thanks Hubert for the wrap he sent her and asks what he is up to. She relays messages from Clifford Curzon and that she had met his two adopted sons. She has heard the Lipatti recording of Grieg's concerto a...

Photocopy of an autograph letter signed from Anna Brodsky to Nina Grieg

Anna writes to Nina as she sits under the fragrant firs while not far away the orchestra plays waltzes by Johann Strauss. Anna writes that she and Adolph wish to enjoy some of the modern composers, Debussy, Max Reger, Delius, etc., but what they ...

Brodsky, Anna (c.1855-1929), scientist, President of RMCM Club, writer

Photocopy of an autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Edvard Grieg

This photocopy is rather faint and Brodsky's writing is very thin and appears to have been executed at great speed. Brodky excuses himself for not writing earlier, nor has he written to Tchaikovsky. The Brodskys have been delighted at Grieg...

Brodsky, Adolph Davidovich (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

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