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Autograph letter signed from Simon Speelman to Carl Fuchs

Speelman writes to Fuchs of the suggestion made by a man at the beginning of the season that the quartet should appear at some music halls. At first Speelman believed that this was a joke but the man has written to him [Speelman encloses the lett...

Speelman, Simon (fl.1870s-1920), Violist

Autograph letter signed from Walter Hatton to Adolph Brodsky

On the official headed paper of the Brodsky Quartet, which at that time, comprised Dr. Adolph Brodsky, John S. Bridge, Frank S. Park and Walter Hatton. Hatton has received a letter from Miss Garnett who has altered the date of the first Windermer...

Hatton, Walter (fl.1915-1921), 'cellist

Autograph note about the Brodsky Quartet

This is a note on the international nature of the Brodsky Quartet: a Russian, an Englishman, a Dutchman and a German. The writer suggests that the great powers of Europe could take an example from the Brodsky Quartet and form a quartet among them...

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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

Book of programmes of concerts given by the Brodsky Quartet in Leipzig

This book is covered in black tooled leather bearing the inscription ‘Brodsky Quartett 1883/84 - 1890/91’. The programmes have been neatly stuck in, one to a page. The concerts before October 1885 were held in the old Gewandhaus and those after ...

Brodsky Quartet (1894-present)

Brodsky Papers

  • GB GB1179 AB
  • Collection
  • 1850s-1981

The Brodsky Papers comprise letters, newscuttings, programmes, telegrams, photograph albums, loose photographs, concert tickets, official documents (marriage certificate, diplomas) and music, which were found in the Brodsky home following the deat...

Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Erster Kammermusikabend im Neuen Gewandhaus

This review is taken from the Beilage [supplement] der Leipziger Nachrichten. This concert given by the Brodsky Quartet was held in the small hall of the New Gewandhaus in Leipzig on 17 Oct.

Brodsky Quartet (1894-present)

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