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Royal Northern College of Music Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), Composer
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Autograph postcard signed from Johannes Brahms to Adolph Brodsky

Addressed to: Herrn Adolf Brodsky, Leipzig, Kaiser Wilhelmstraße. It reads: “Einverstanden - namentlich mit [Nr] 1 u. 3 des Programmes Bestens Ihr, J Brahms”. The postcard refers to the forthcoming concert of the Brodsky Quartet in Leipzig on ...

Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Hans von Bülow to Adolph Brodsky

Hans von Bülow writes to ask if Brodsky is willing and able to conduct Brahms's first piano concerto op. 15 in D minor on 22 February. Of course it will be thoroughly prepared beforehand and Brodsky will only have to have a play-through wit...

Bülow, Hans von (1830-1894), conductor, pianist, composer

Letters from Sir Charles Hallé to Joachim

Two letters from Sir Charles Hallé at Greenheys to Joachim, 10th and 25th February 1895. In German (with English translations). Hallé makes arrangements for Joachim to play for him: the Brahms concerto for March 7th, and a duet with Wilma - the D...

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

Programme of a concert given on 10 April 1880

On the back of this programme is written an amusing parody on Krylov's fable "The Donkey and the Nightingale" in which Brodsky is portrayed as the nightingale. This was written in very tiny hand-writing on 11 April 1880, the day af...

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