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Schalk, Franz (1863-1931), conductor
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Autograph letter signed from Franz Schalk to Adolph Brodsky

Schalk replies to a letter from Brodsky concerning a concert tour. He thinks that 40 concerts will be impossible. Schalk would like to know about the programmmes, whether choral or symphonic. He also has engagements with the London Symphony Orc...

Schalk, Franz (1863-1931), conductor

Autograph letter signed from Franz Schalk to Adolph Brodsky

Schalk is annoyed that Mr. Forsyth has offered him an honorarium which is much less than he is accustomed to receiving on the continent. He is also dissatisfied with arrangements and at the long silence in his dealings with Manchester. The lette...

Schalk, Franz (1863-1931), conductor

Autograph letter signed from Franz Schalk to Adolph Brodsky

Schalk is arranging a concert for Brodsky in Vienna next January. Brodsky has suggested Bach's A minor violin concerto and the Elgar violin concerto which up to now has had little success in Vienna, despite attempts by Ysaye and Kreisler. Sc...

Schalk, Franz (1863-1931), conductor

Novello advertising poster

This Novello poster advertises the Elgar Violin Concerto to be performed by Adolph Brodsky under Franz Schalk in Vienna on 5 January 1914. The poster also publicises Novello's scores of the Elgar Violin Concerto and other works of Elgar.