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Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Autographed quarto, matte, double-weight photograph as Brünnehilde in “Götterdämmerung” at Bayreuth.  An imposing image!  Unusual for Leider, as it is larger than a postcard!

Leider, Frida autographed photograph as Brünnehilde

Price:    $150.00

Mint condition

The legendary soprano poses with her Maltese, Pizzi in this original Setzer photograph on a postcard mount.  Completely adorable, as Pizzi does not look particularly happy to be photographed!

Lehmann, Lotte autographed postcard photograph, 1925

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Leuer was a Mahler discovery, spent the first part of his career as a comprimario with the Vienna Hofoper.  He later re-developed his career as a dramatic tenor and sung many roles such as Otello, Cavaradossi and the Wagner heldentenor parts.

Leuer, Hubert autographed photograph as Otello, 1928

Price: $85.00

Mint condition

Dramatic photograph of the Welsh tenor in his signature role in “Don Giovanni”.  Lewis a pupil of the British bass, Norman Allin, made his stage debut at Glyndebourne in 1947 and became an international start.

Lewis, Richard autographed photograph as Don Ottavio

Price: $75.00

Mint condition

Autographed 5” x 7” photograph of the late Swiss born, Italian tenor in “La Forza del Destino.”  After his La Scala debut, he was thought to be the next great tenor.  Licitra met with a tragic and unfortunately fatal accident in 2011.

Licitra, Salvatore autographed photograph as Don Alvaro at the MET

Price: $95.00

Near mint condition

The soprano, actress and one time lover of Maurice Maeterlinck writes from his home in suburban Paris. Leblanc created the title role of Dukas’ “Ariane et Barbe Bleu” and was Maeterlinck’s choice to create the role of Melisande.

Leblanc-Maeterlinck, Georgette one page autographed letter, Normandy