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Photograph of the Brodsky Quartet, autographed by each member

The Brodsky Quartet have been photgraphed, each holding their respective instruments; Brodsky and Speelman are seated while Briggs and Fuchs stand. The photograph has been mounted and framed, and was taken by Percy Guttenberg, of 10 St Ann's...

Brodsky Quartet (1894-present)

Scrapbook

Cuttings and pictures of notable musicians collected by Carline Crampton. Includes obituaries and profiles of Edward Isaacs, Brodsky, Fanny Davies, Harriet Cohen, Isidor Cohn, Kendrick Pyne, Ethel Bartlett, Rae Robertson, and Archie Camden. Incl...

Photograph of the Brodsky Quartet

This photograph is a picture postcard of the Brodsky Quartet comprising Dr. Adolph Brodsky, Mr. Rawdon Briggs, Mr. Simon Speelman and Mr. Carl Fuchs. The postcard has been used by Speelman to communicate with Brodsky in Moscow. It is dated 28 Dec...

Brodsky Quartet (1894-present)

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph Brodsky

Elgar has written a string quartet and dedicated it to the Brodsky Quartet. He asks for news of Fuchs etc. Elgar had a severe operation to his throat early in the year and he and Lady Elgar came down to this cottage in the woods where he has res...

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Nellie Fuchs to Anna Brodsky

Nellie Fuchs writes a letter of sympathy and condolence on the death of Adolph Brodsky. Contributions also from Carl Fuchs and Daisy Jordan. The letter is in German and is dated 24 Jan 1929.

Fuchs, Nellie (fl.1929)

Autograph letter signed from Hans Richter to Carl Fuchs

Richter reports to Carl Fuchs after an extensive medical examination with his doctor, Dr. Furth, who has advised him to cease all artistic activity. He is never sure of not passing out and at the wedding reception, he had to leave the room severa...

Richter, Hans Johann Baptist Isidor (1843-1916), Conductor

Autograph letter signed from Simon Speelman to Carl Fuchs

Speelman writes to Fuchs of the suggestion made by a man at the beginning of the season that the quartet should appear at some music halls. At first Speelman believed that this was a joke but the man has written to him [Speelman encloses the lett...

Speelman, Simon (fl.1870s-1920), Violist

Letter from Sir Charles Hallé to Charles Fuchs

Letter in response to a letter from Fuchs - Hallé cannot exempt him from concerts in cities other [than Manchester] in which the entire orchestra has to participate - there will 8-10 concerts in London, Leeds and Bradford. Furthermore departure f...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

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