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Price: $200.00

One crease, else fine

An autographed jumbo presentation photograph signed to the accompanist and arranger Umberto Mazzone.  She signs the photograph 4 months before her professional opera debut in January of 1930! 

Caniglia, Maria autographed jumbo youthful photograph, September, 1929

Price: $65.00

Mint condition

Autographed octavo photograph of the great Spanish soprano in Verdi’s “Otello”, a role she assumed in the 1960’s.

Caballe, Montserrat autographed photograph as Desdemona, 1986

Price: $65.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the great Spanish soprano in Gluck’s “Armide”.  It was her big role for the 1985/86 season and she sung it in Madrid and Barcelona.

Caballe, Montserrat autographed photograph as Armide, 1991

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Text Box: The soprano writes to the French impresarios, Emile and Vincent Isola telling them she would accept their invitation to see their French Premier presentation of the operetta “The Desert Song” which they presented at the Mogador in Paris,  1929.

Calvé, Emma one page autographed letter signed, Gagny (1929)

Price: $125.00

Near mint condition

With the carte is a French chocolate card with a photograph as Donna Anna.  Caron created the role of Brunehild in "Sigurd" and the title role of "Salammbo".

Caron, Rose autographed note on her personal carte de visite, 1903

Price: $85.00

Mint condition

The Opera de Paris mezzo/soprano writes 5 bars of Venus’s aria from “Tannhäuser”
November 18, 1925.  Caro was Jewish and her career at the Paris Opera was curtailed due to her religion.  She resumed singing there in 1945 until hear early death.

Caro-Martel, Georgette autographed musical quotation from Tannhäuser