Price: $100.00

 Mint condition

Text Box: The great German bass in “Carmen” at the Berlin Städtische Oper.  The role fit Hofmann like a glove for his height, bearing and flexible bass-baritone.

Hofmann, Ludwig autographed photograph as Escamillo, Berlin, 1934

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Price: $200.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Dramatic Mishkin photograph of the American contralto in “Il Trovatore”.  Homer was a stalwart at the Metropolitan Opera from 1900-1929.  She was a pupil of Myron Whitney’s son William, Fidèle König and Paul Lhérie.

Homer, Louise autographed Mishkin photograph as Azucena, 1917

Price: $250.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Gorgeous and youthful Dupont cabinet photograph of the American contralto dedicated to soprano Emma Thursby, one of the earliest American born sopranos to make a sensation in the U.S. and Europe.  Homer sung in her Musicales.

Homer, Louise autographed cabinet photograph to Emma Thursby

Price: $100.00

 Mint condition

Text Box: The great German bass in Krenek’s opera “Jonny Spielt Auf” at the Berlin Städtische Oper.  Hofmann was the most important proponent of the role, the only singer to record the important arias of the wildly popular work which later was banned.

Hofmann, Ludwig autographed photograph as Krenek’s Jonny, 1930

Price: $175.00

Near mint condition

Scarce autographed postcard photograph of the stentorian bass of the Vienna Hofoper. His early death robbed the Vienna Hofoper of one of their greatest talents, however, his recordings endure and are legendary!

Hesch, Willy autographed photograph, June 10, 1906

Price: $125.00

 Mint condition

Text Box: The great German bass autographs a Weirich official postcard photograph from the Festival.  He was remembered particularly at Bayreuth for becoming the first to sing the role of Hagen sans beard.  Here he is with proper facial hair!

Hofmann, Ludwig autographed photograph as König Heinrich at Bayreuth