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Charles Hallé letters

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  • late 1800s

Letters sent by Charles Hallé (88 in total), chiefly to Stanley Withers and Gustav Behrens, and chiefly concerning the foundation of the Royal Manchester College of Music, particularly meetings for canvassing support and executive meetings. Other...

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

College of Music general correspondence

Includes responses to invitations to join the organising Committee, and letters from Sir Charles Hallé to Gustav Behrens following Hallé's appointment as Principal.

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

Autograph letter signed from F.E. Weiss to Adolph Brodsky

Gustav Behrens has passed on Brodsky's letter to Weiss who now writes to Brodsky enclosing a statement which may speed up the Brodskys' return to England. The letter is dated 7 Apr 1915.

Weiss, F.E. (fl.1890s-1930s), Professor of Botany and Vice-Chancellor at Victoria University, Chair of Royal Manchester College of Music

History of Hallé Concerts

Personal notes relating to Sir Charles Hallé and founding of Royal Manchester College of Music and Hallé Concerts Society compiled by Gustav Behrens. Written at the request of Sir Alexander Porter, Lord Mayor of Manchester, in August 1918. With ...

Behrens, Gustav (1846-1936), Businessman

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina writes to Anna in German but if that is painful for Anna, Nina will do her best in English. Nina is glad to hear that Brodsky's playing is appreciated in Manchester. She recalls returning to the Brodskys' home, seeing the light in...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Gustav Behrens to Adolph Brodsky

Behrens thanks Brodsky for his letter and appears to be upset by what has been published about himself in newspapers. He regrets that one can do nothing to escape, but one ought to have the opportunity, before publishing, of protesting. The lett...

Behrens, Gustav (1846-1936), Businessman