Print preview Close

Showing 387 results

Archival description
Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music
Print preview View:

1 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Autograph letter signed from Johan Halvorsen to Adolph Brodsky

Halvorsen recalls the happy days of their youth in Leipzig. He regrets that Anna is ill. His orchestra has become a philharmonic union but Halvorsen spent only one year there as he did not get on with the management. He returned to the National...

Halvorsen, Johan (1864-1935), composer, conductor, violinist

Autograph letter signed from Josef Merz to Adolph Brodsky

Josef Merz gives family news in his Christmas letter to Adolph Brodsky. He hopes to meet the quartet possibly in Berlin or even in Brunn after their concert tour to St.Petersburg and Moscow. The letter is in German and is dated 14 Dec 1909.

Merz, Joseph (fl.1909-1921)

Autograph letter signed from Josef Merz to Adolph Brodsky

Josef Merz invites Brodsky and Anna to spend a few days with him after their visit to Russia. Merz wonders if a concert may be arranged for this occasion and hopes eventually for the Elgar concerto. He continues with family news and mentions tha...

Merz, Joseph (fl.1909-1921)

Autograph letter signed from Josef Merz to Adolph Brodsky

Josef Merz regrets that Brodsky does not write to him. Nor has he heard from Benis who is even lazier at writing than Brodsky himself. Since the end of the war Merz has not been going to Vienna because of passport and boundary difficulties. Mer...

Merz, Joseph (fl.1909-1921)

Autograph letter signed from Arthur Friedheim to Adolph Brodsky

Friedheim writes at great length to Brodsky. Friedheim has been very favourably impressed with Manchester and its surroundings and appreciates the friendship given by Brodsky and his wife. He has binding commitments with the Guildhall School of ...

Friedheim, Arthur (1859-1932), Pianist, Conductor, Composer

Autograph letter signed from Arthur Friedheim to Adolph Brodsky

Friedheim asks Brodsky what he means by reasonable terms. He would like to confirm which days he will work [Tuesday - Friday, Wednesday - Saturday?]. The letter is written in German and is dated 13 Sep 1903.

Friedheim, Arthur (1859-1932), Pianist, Conductor, Composer

Results 31 to 40 of 387