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Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer Brodsky, Anna (c.1855-1929), scientist, President of RMCM Club, writer
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Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina thanks Anna for her last greeting with the card from Leipzig and for the little "Evening Prayer" which she asks if Anna has written correctly. Nina then quotes from a poem translated into German which bears the same sentiments. Th...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina is delighted to have heard from Anna and is relieved to know that the Brodskys are back in England after their visit to Russia. Anna's letter arrived as they were preparing to leave Kristiania where they had spent a few weeks to hear th...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed frrom Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina has been very moved by a loving and affectionate letter from Anna. The Graingers have also invited Nina to visit in the New Year. It was paradise at the Brodskys' home but Nina is back on earth now. She would like the Brodskys to come...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina writes joyfully that the Brodskys are now safely back in Bowdon after their internment. Nina was one of the artists who signed the petition for their release. Niger, Anna's little dog, actually recognised them after so long. Nina pict...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina writes to Anna that she has just heard in the "Palmgarten" [Palm court] of the hotel Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italien which she did not know: she would like to know everything the great noble Russian wrote. Nina does have anxie...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina has been delighted to receive Anna's letter describing her daily life: now Nina can picture Anna walking her little dog when the three violins become too much. Nina mentions the two children [Tony Maaskoff and Alfred Barker] who made su...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina is delighted to have heard from Anna again and asks if Anna is now quite herself again. Nina feels quite sad when Anna tells her of the flowers in her garden. Nina recalls how good the Brodskys were to Nina and Tonny and eulogises the "...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina has received news of Anna from Adolph. She has been wandering around with a large question mark before her eyes. The slightest improvement comes like a ray of sunshine. Nina suggests that Adolph should play to Anna: true art is the best we...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina writes to Anna in German but if that is painful for Anna, Nina will do her best in English. Nina is glad to hear that Brodsky's playing is appreciated in Manchester. She recalls returning to the Brodskys' home, seeing the light in...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina writes at length about Unitarianism. She has sent Anna an article written by their minister, Thorwald Kierkegard, which Anna has found interesting. Nina and her sister have been members for 10 to 12 years and they believe it is the religion...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

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