Item AB/857 - Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

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Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

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  • 1914 (Creation)

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(1845-1935)

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Nina is delighted to have heard again from the Brodskys and to hear that Brodsky travels, plays magnificently and receives laurel wreaths. They are hoping to come to the Brodskys at the end of April and are looking forward to seeing the Brodskys and Bowdon again, but Nina pleads with Anna to let Tonny live in the neighbourhood this time. Nina is pleased that Alfi [Alfred Barker] is now the leader. The Grieg evenings have been going well: from one evening came three full houses and Kristiania wanted the same and next week Nina, Stockmarrr and Lendrop are going there to give two Grieg evenings, which will keep the tradition alive at least for another generation. "Peer Gynt" has not yet been performed at the King's Playhouse in Berlin because it is on at the Lessing. In a postscript Nina mentions that on the day of writing a letter arrived for Edvard from Cologne. Dated 4 Feb 1914.

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