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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 Mauriz Krumholz to Adolph Brodsky

Krumholz writes at great length to Brodsky about the post-war work of the Musikfreunde in Vienna and asks for Brodsky's support. They are planning to purchase 31 instruments some of which, including a Jakob Steiner 'cello, are quite out...

Krumholz, Mauriz (fl.1920)

Telegram from Adolph Brodsky, Josef Merz and Benis to Edward Elgar

On the back of the telegram has been written: Elgar. Telephone Number 4771 Hampstead. In this telegram, Benis, Merz and Brodsky announce the success of the concert: Elgar, 2 Bach and 4 recalls. The Elgar refers to the Viennese premiere of the v...

Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Autograph letter signed from Frank Merrick to Adolph Brodsky

Mr. Withers has asked if Frank Merrick will continue with the present arrangement regarding rooms until the next Council meeting. Merrick is willing, but would like henceforth to have no.12 for 2 whole days per week - either Tuesday and Friday or...

Merrick, Frank (1886-1981), Pianist, teacher and composer

Newscutting of a review of concert conducted by Oskar Nedbal

The reviewer is identified only by the initials IUE. This was the sixth symphonic gathering of the Russian Musical Society. It began with Mozart's Jupiter Symphony, a punctilious performance which failed to catch the spirit of Mozart's...

Nedbal, Oskar (1874-1930), Composer, Conductor, Viola player

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 Ottokar Novacek to Adolph Brodsky

This undated letter was written on a Tuesday. This is a very sad, begging letter to Adolph Brodsky from Ottokar Novacek who has fallen on hard times. Novacek wants to take a year off work to establish himself as a composer. He has sent his quar...

Novácek, Ottokar Eugen (1866-1900), Composer and violinist

Autograph letter signed from Ottokar Novacek to Adolph Brodsky

Novacek is deeply grateful to Brodsky whose letter came as a ray of sunshine. Novacek asks if he may send Brodsky's letter with the score to Hausen. Novacek will never forget Brodsky's tone in the Adagio. Ottokar requests that Brodsky...

Novácek, Ottokar Eugen (1866-1900), Composer and violinist

Autograph letter signed from N. Simrock to Ottokar Novacek

Simrock informs Novacek that his firm only sends music for cash payment. The music has still to be written out but will be done when payment is received from Herr Brodsky. Novacek sends the letter on to Brodsky with a note that he cannot lay out...

N Simrock (1793-1929) music publishing house

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