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Letter from Charles Hallé to his grand-daughter Cecile

Hallé thanks his dear "batty-puss" for her letter and the news of the family. He writes from Melbourne of the family members he has met in Sydney - perhaps one day Cecile will be able to visit them by travelling by the submarine cable -...

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

Letter from Edward German to Henry Geehl

Letter from Edward German to Henry Geehl on the ending of "The English Rose" in "Merrie England". It can be left to the discretion of Maurice Whittaker, who he is sure would do nothing inartistic. German's health is grad...

German, Edward (1862-1936), Knight, composer

Letter from Max Reger to Fritz Stein

A receipt for 275 marks, raised to help support the court orchestra at Meiningen. Members of the orchestra are not yet permanently engaged and are now "breadless". The sum is in part from the fund of the Riders' Association, Jena,...

Reger, Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian (1873-1916), composer, pianist, organist, conductor, teacher

Letter from Winifred Wagner

Letter from Winifred Wagner to Jacqueline Moore, a student of the RMCM. She thanks her for her letter and the photographs and programme of "Parsifal" which the College had just given.

Wagner, Winifred (1897-1980), organiser of Bayreuth Festival

Letter from E.H. Fellowes on Merbecke's notation

Letter from E.H. Fellowes from The Cloisters, Windsor Castle, to Warburton. Fellowes thanks him for returning the notes about Marbeck, and has some answers or comments on Marbeck's setting of psalms to measurable notation rather than to plai...

Fellowes, Edmund Horace (1870-1951), music scholar, clergyman

Letter from Sir Charles Hallé concerning Red Hall Chapel choir

Letter possibly to J.O. Bridge (father of Geoffrey Bridge) who lived in Buxton. Hallé will be using 12 members of the choir of Red Hall Chapel [Audenshaw, Lancs]. Dating is very rough: paper watermark is 1858; Red Hall Chapel was drowned in the ...

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

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