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Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Text Box: The legendary 19th Century tenor who sung the first performances of Verdi’s Requiem in Paris, London, Vienna and Cairo writes a letter to conductor Francesco Spetrino turning down an offer to sing.  Spetrino was Mahler’s Italian conductor.

Masini, Angelo one page autographed letter, August 9, 1911 with photo

Price: $100.00

Near mint condition

The French bass writes a long dedication on a photograph costumed his signature role of Mephistopheles in “Faust”; a role he sung the role over 300 times in his career World-wide!  A rather tough autograph to find. 

Mars, Jacques autographed photograph as Mephistopheles

Price: $60.00

Fine condition

Autographed note on a postcard to Metropolitan Opera Treasurer Frank Garlichs about a year after his retirement from the Metropolitan Opera.  Written at a time Gatti was trying to get Mardones to return to New York.

Mardones, José autographed note signed Huelva, 24 March, 1927

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed original Mishkin photograph of the legendary Italian spinto baritone in prime time! A handsome yet haunting portrait.

Martinelli, Giovanni autographed photograph, New York,  1929

Price: $150.00

Very good condition

Large original autographed photograph of the lyrico-spinto tenor as Cavaradossi in “Tosca”.  One of the finest natural tenor voices of the 20th Century, his records are quite spectacular and show a tenor with squillo to burn!

Masini, Galliano autographed photograph as Cavaradossi, 1932

Price: $40.00

Mint condition

Autographed octavo photograph of the late Italian born, Argentine baritone in “Tosca” in Vienna. Mastromei had an important career during the 1950’s through the mid 1980’s singing mainly Verdi baritone roles.

Mastromei, Gianpiero autographed photograph as Scarpia, Caracas, 1973