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Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer
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Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph Brodsky

Elgar writes a letter of warmest thanks to Brodsky for playing the Concerto. Elgar wished he could have been there and hopes one day to hear Brodsky playing. Dated 12 Dec 1913

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph Brodsky

Elgar apologises to Brodsky for not being able to go over to Malvern the previous day to hear him play. Elgar has been quite ill with bronchitis and must be careful for some time to come. He had been looking forward to welcoming Brodsky to the o...

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph Brodsky

Elgar thanks Brodsky for his kind letter. Elgar replies briefly. He thinks the reading was on the robust side and the last movement was perhaps fast. He looks forward to being with Brodsky. Dated 29 Nov 1926.

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph and Anna Brodsky

Elgar thanks the Brodskys for the beautiful account of Christmas Eve [one of Anna Brodksy's booklets, entitled 'Christmas Eve in Old Russia']. He sends his good wishes as ever to the Brodskys. It is dated 17 Dec 1924.

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Adolph and Anna Brodsky

Elgar apologises to the Brodskys about the telegram, quite a mistake on the part of the P.O. He sends his thanks and love to the dear Brodskys. In a P.S. overleaf, Elgar informs the Brodskys that his London address is still 37 St. James's P...

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Anna Brodsky

Elgar thanks Mrs. Brodsky for her charming sketches which he values greatly. He is overwhelmed by her kind references to himself. Elgar often thinks of Brodsky's old spacious study and regrets that he, Elgar is so far away from the scene of...

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

Autograph letter signed from Edward Elgar to Anna Brodsky

Elgar writes an immediate letter of condolence to Mrs. Brodsky on the death of her husband, Adolph Brodsky [22 January 1929.]. He has sent the letter to the R. College of Music, Manchester, with "please forward at once" written on the b...

Elgar, Edward William (1857-1934), Knight, 1st Baronet, composer

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

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 Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina is anxious at not having heard from Anna Brodsky. Nina wonders when they are coming and if Novacek will be accompanying them. Now Nina has heard from Anna and realises that Anna's sister will also be coming. All will stay at the Grieg...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

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