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Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music
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Autograph letter signed from Christian Sinding to Adolph Brodsky

Sentimental letter of appreciation to Brodsky. Sinding has learned more from Brodsky than from any one else. The Brodskys helped Sinding when he was low and only God knows what would have become of him otherwise. His post is better than he thou...

Sinding, Christian August (1856-1941), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Christian Sinding to Anna Brodsky

Sinding excuses himself for his laziness at writing but he is always tired and useless after work. He is very grateful to Frau Brodsky that he can turn to her in complete confidence and openness and he treasures her. Sinding is very delighted th...

Sinding, Christian August (1856-1941), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Christian Sinding to Anna Brodsky

Sinding replies belatedly to Anna Brodsky's letter. He expresses appreciation of the Brodskys' sympathy and interest in him. Sinding wonders if he will be able to go to Cherson in the winter. He has been angry with his librettist who ...

Sinding, Christian August (1856-1941), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Christian Sinding to Anna Brodsky

Sinding is very grateful that Frau Brodsky bears no reproaches over his long silence. He received her last letter shortly before he left Christiania and of course it was his intention to reply in Paris. However he began work on his never-ending ...

Sinding, Christian August (1856-1941), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Christian to Adolph Brodsky

Sinding regrets that once more he must abandon visiting the Brodskys. He cannot stand the climate and must leave. Now the snow has come and made everything impossible for Sinding. He has resolved to go to Paris for a short time and then go on ...

Sinding, Christian August (1856-1941), Composer

Autograph letter signed from Christopher Rawdon Briggs to Adolph Brodsky

Rawdon Briggs has a cold which makes him much deafer than usual: a few days ago very high sounds were all but inaudible even with the Acousticon. Rawdon Briggs suggests that Brodsky should try to get a deputy [Bridge, Briggs's wife or Miss R...

Briggs, C. Rawdon (fl.1893-1916), violinist

Autograph letter signed from Clyde Twelvetrees to Adolph Brodsky

Twelvetrees informs Brodsky that he has just accepted the position of principal 'cello in the Hallé Orchestra next season and, as these concerts will hardly provide a living, he asks Brodsky's advice about finding pupils. He has had 15 ...

Twelvetrees, Clyde (1865-1956), 'cellist

Autograph letter signed from D. Dlabac to Adolph & Anna Brodsky

Some time has elapsed since Dlabac heard from the Brodskys of their return to Manchester. He also received 2 cards from them in Switzerland. Dlabac has been looking out for the Brodskys' friend Benis who is still in Vienna in the hope of he...

Dlabac, D. (fl.1910s-1920s)

Autograph letter signed from D. Dlabac to Adolph Brodsky

Dlabac is delighted that the Brodskys will soon be in Vienna. He wonders if, after taking the cure in Marienbad, Brodsky will be able to give an orchestral concert in Vienna. In this event Dlabac would like to include a programme note about the ...

Dlabac, D. (fl.1910s-1920s)

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