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Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music
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Autograph card from Edvard Grieg to Adolph Brodsky

The Norwegian colony in Leipzig, the Griegs, expresses great appreciation of the outstanding violinist's kind attention to Norwegian musical interests. The letter (with accompanying envelope) is in German and is dated 28 Feb 1889.

Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (1843-1907), Composer, Pianist, Conductor

Autograph letter signed from Olga Neruda to Adolph Brodsky

Olga writes at great length to Brodsky. At the outbreak of the Great War she was in Wiesbaden and as she could not return to London in the September, she lost her post at the Guildhall School of Music. She then spent a few years in Kobenhagen wh...

Neruda, Olga (1858-1945) pianist, teacher at the Royal Manchester College of Music

Autograph letter signed from Wilma Hallé to Adolph Brodsky

Wilma Hallé would like to play the duet in D with Brodsky and asks if he would send the music the following day if he has it. She suggests a play-through on the 19th as she will be in Huddersfield on the 20th. They will of course play only 2 mov...

Hallé, Wilma Maria Francisca (1839-1911), Violinist

Autograph letter stamped M. Welleminsky to Adolph Brodsky

Official paper of Prager Schinken und Selchwaren Exporthaus printed in blue with trademark of swineherd and pigs against the background of St. Vitus Cathedral. Brodsky's pork-curer sends a receipt and mentions that there should be a new deli...

Prager Schinken und Selchwaren Exporthaus (fl.1913), Prague Ham and Smokers Export House Welleminsky

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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