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Autograph card signed to Adolph and Anna Brodsky

Hans and Maria Richter send congratulations and all good wishes in verse to Adolph and Anna Brodsky on the occasion of their silver wedding. The letter (with accompanying envelope) is in German and is dated 13 May 1905.

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

Autograph letter card signed from Hans Richter to Adolph Brodsky

Giovanni Guidice, alias Richter, asks Maestro Brodsky what piece he will play in addition to the concerto by Sinding. This missive is addressed to Serenissimo Sordido Presto. The card is postmarked 4 Mar 1902.

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

Autograph letter signed from Camille Saint-Saëns to Adolph Brodsky

Saint-Saëns writes to Brodsky to recommend Benoit Hollander who has been suggested as successor to Richter. He is an excellent musician and extremely intelligent. Formerly he was a pupil of Saint-Saëns and Saint-Saëns would be happy to see him i...

Saint-Saëns, Charles Camille (1835-1921), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Edvard Grieg to Adolph Brodsky

Grieg is annoyed that Herr Urbanek in Prague has not given definite dates. Concert agencies in other towns are pressurising him. Grieg sends the score of a newly published orchestral piece about which he has been writing or speaking for years. ...

Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (1843-1907), Composer, Pianist, Conductor

Autograph letter signed from Granville Bantock to Adolph Brodsky

Bantock sends Brodsky a copy of the Constitution of a Musical League on the lines of a German Tonkunstler Verein and hopes that Brodsky will consent to join the Committee. Elgar is the Chairman. Richter, Henry Wood, Delius and others are on the ...

Bantock, Granville Ransome (1868-1946), Knight, Composer

Autograph letter signed from Hans Richter to Adolph Brodsky

This letter has been delivered to Brodsky on the saloon-train Ostende-Vienna, leaving at 2.40 am. Brodsky's coach number, no. 7, II voiture, has been added, probably by a railway official. Richter will be joining the train in Passau and ask...

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

Autograph letter signed from Hans Richter to Adolph Brodsky

Richter expresses his personal annoyance and explains to Brodsky about the appointment of Mr. Smith instead of Mr. Hatton to whom Richter has promised and not just mentioned the job in place of Mr. Roden. If Mr. Smith is poor, he may be given com...

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

Autograph letter signed from Hans Richter to James Forsyth

Richter writes with displeasure to Mr. Forsyth that Mr. Hatton jun. has not been engaged for the Orchestra. Richter has given Mr. Hatton his word and will not concede. Brodsky's protégé Mr. Leo Smith may have the next vacancy after Richter ...

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

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