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Fuchs, Carl (1865-1951), cellist
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Carl Fuchs' gift of an article on Naum Blinder

Issue of "International Musician, official journal of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada" Jan 1947 containing a short article on Naum Blinder. With autograph musical extract (Allegretto - otherwise unide...

Dvorak Quintet, Opus 81

Parts for first violin, second violin, viola, cello and the piano score, stamped with the name Carl Fuchs, an original member of the Brodsky Quartet. The parts have been annotated by members of the Brodsky Quartet. Cuttings from concert programm...

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 postcard signed from Hans Richter to Carl Fuchs

Hans Richter informs Carl Fuchs that Dvorak will suit him fine; the bits of Bach are Fuchs's concern, but unaccompanied in the great hall? He suggests 6 November but if this date is already booked with Forsyth, they will find a later free da...

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

Folder containing photocopied letter of introduction re Carl Fuchs from Clara Schumann to Charles Halle

The letter from Clara Schumann was originally written in German; included in the file is an English translation. There is also a photograph of CF and a small, undated, newspaper cutting advertising a concert featuring Richard Strauss and the Brod...

Schumann, Clara Josephine (1819-1896), composer, pianist

Various Manchester concerts

Many with cuttings. Includes programmes of plays presented by the Manchester Playgoers' Club, and The Unnamed Society (Caroline Crampton played music by Alan Rawsthorne for these in 1928). Artists include Carl Fuchs and Kendrick Pyne.

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