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Autograph letter signed from Granville Hill to Adolph Brodsky

Granville Hill writes a letter of apology and explanation to cancel his engagement with the Brodskys on Saturday. Leeds College of Music sent a telegram asking him to lecture to the students on Saturday in place of a man who had to go to London. ...

Hill, Granville (fl.1900s-1920s)

Autograph letter signed fom Ottokar Novacek to Adolph Brodsky

This undated letter was written on a Sunday. Novacek thanks Brodsky for the sympathy and the telegram which brought him salvation. Novacek illustrates his letter with three quotations from his second quartet, op.10 in E flat major.

Nováček, Ottokar Eugen (1866-1900), Composer and violinist

Autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Ecray de Claxton, with accompanying receipt

Brodsky sends a letter with the receipt for his Guadagnini violin to Mr. Claxton. In this friendly letter Brodsky thanks Mr. Claxton for the cheque and admits that he is missing the violin but adds humorously that Mrs. Brodsky is glad that he has...

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

Autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Edvard Grieg

The Brodskys accompanied by two pupils, Anton Maaskoff and Alfred Barker, and Anna's niece, Nina, have just visited Edvard and Nina Grieg at Troldhaugen. Adolph Brodsky has been delighted to receive Edvard Grieg's letter and is pleased ...

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

Autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Mrs. Crawshaw

On his return from holiday, Brodsky has received a letter from Mrs. Crawshaw to the effect that her daughter [Jane, later Jennie, Crawshaw] will either leave the college altogether or be transferred to Mr. Backhaus. The letter is dated 1 Oct 1908.

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