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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 of Stephen Heller

"a Miss Lees Stephen Heller. Manchester 19 Mar 1862." With typescript extract of a letter from Miss Jane Lees of Werneth Park, Oldham, describing a concert given by Stephen Heller and Charles Halle, and an interview with Stephen Heller ...

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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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Aux Beaux Arts

From Le Soir. Reviews concert given by Philip Newman with Renaat van Zundert, 1 October 1952, in Brussels. Describes Philip Newman's playing as possessing vibrant, warm temperament and great technical facility. See N96 for programme

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Belgian award

Newspaper article. Announces that Pearl Newman has received the Order of Leopold on her brother's behalf

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