Text Box: HARMONIE AUTOGRAPHS AND MUSIC INC.

MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS & ANTIQUARIAN

WE MAINTAIN A WIDE SELECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED MATERIAL IN THE CLASSICAL MUSIC, JAZZ AND OPERA FIELD, PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOT SHOWN.

Text Box: MUSIC AUTOGRAPHS AND EPHEMERA BOUGHT AND SOLD

WE GUARANTEE ALL ITEMS AUTHENTIC, WITHOUT TIME LIMITATION TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER.

Phone: 212-860-5541  *  Fax: 917-677-8247

 

Price: $250.00

Mint condition

Text Box: We offer an extraordinary letter sent by the legendary French bass in his role of Co-Manager of the Paris Opera to his partner Eugene Ritt in 1887 just prior to the premier of Verdi’s “Otello.”  He also mentions difficulties with Edison.

Gailhard, Pedro four page autographed letter signed 1887, with cdv

Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed Prevot of Paris carte de visite photograph of the Bouffes Parisiens soubrette soprano who created the soprano lead role of Wanda in Offenbach’s,  “La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein”.  Rarissimo!

Garait, Emilie autographed carte de visite photograph to Victor Massé

Price: $150.00

Fine condition

Autographed quarto photograph of the “Directress”of the Chicago Opera Association.  Garden both sang and ran the opera company for a year before the Great Depression forced the Company into bankruptcy. Dedicated to a member of the orchestra.

Garden, Mary autographed quarto photograph, 1921

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Autographed original Piccagliani of La Scala photograph of the Turkish soprano as Paolina in Donizetti’s opera.  Gencer excelled in the Donizetti roles.

Gencer, Leyla autographed La Scala photograph in “Poliuto”

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

The legendary lieder mezzo-soprano wears a truly giant hat in this early postcard portrait.  A protégé of conductor Artur Nikisch, she made a few early opera appearances and then opted for a concert career.  Uncommon this early.

Gerhardt, Elena autographed youthful postcard photograph with hat

Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the Hungarian baritone, who was a first rank baritone at the Royal Hungarian Opera in Budapest and came to America in 1923 due to rampant anti-Semitism.  He sung from 1923-1941 at the Met, some 803 performances! Scarce!

Gábor, Arnold autographed photograph as Beckmesser