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Autograph letter [incomplete] signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

This letter was probably written early in 1892 or 1893, not long after the Brodskys had settled in the United States. Nina mentions the problems facing the proposed American trip; mainly Grieg's health. Nina is pleased that the Brodskys con...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter [incomplete] signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

In this letter Nina Grieg mentions the Leeds Festival dates 9, 10, 11, 12 October on one of which days Edvard would play. This would date the incomplete letter as some time early in 1907. The Griegs are still living in a hotel which suggests th...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter [incomplete] signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

This letter may have been written in 1924, the year when Anna Brodsky's sister, Olga managed to leave Russia to come to Bowdon. In this last page of a letter to Anna Brodsky, Nina writes that she often accompanies the lieder at Grieg evening...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter card signed from Hans Richter to Adolph Brodsky

Giovanni Guidice, alias Richter, asks Maestro Brodsky what piece he will play in addition to the concerto by Sinding. This missive is addressed to Serenissimo Sordido Presto. The card is postmarked 4 Mar 1902.

Richter, Hans Johann Baptist Isidor (1843-1916), Conductor

Autograph letter from Charles Hallé to Adolph Brodsky, with accompanying envelope

Hallé introduces himself to Brodsky, mentions that Willy Hess must leave England because of ill-health and offers Brodsky three vacant posts: Principal Teacher [Violin] at the RMCM, including direction of the ensemble and orchestral class amountin...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

Autograph letter from Marie Richter to Anna Brodsky

Marie Richter regrets that she is unable to visit Anna as intended today [Sunday] as she has too much to write. However she begs Anna to come in the evening when she will be quite alone.

Richter, Marie (1855-fl.1920s)

Autograph letter from Olga Skadowsky to Adolph Brodsky

This letter is incomplete. Olga writes to wish Adolph a happy birthday. She has not heard from the Brodskys for 14 months although she has written many times. Nor has she heard from Leon for 14 months. Olga is well and working harder than ever...

Skadowsky, Olga (fl.1856–1940)

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