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Klengel, Julius (1859-1933), Composer and cellist
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Autograph letter signed from Johannes Brahms to Adolph Brodsky

Brahms writes humorously to Brodsky about his G major quintet, op. 111. The 2 violins must bluff their forte from the third and fourth bars to allow the cello to come through. Klengel must be humoured and he will reward them with a most beautifu...

Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), Composer

Autograph postcard signed from Johannes Brahms to Adolph Brodsky

Addressed to: Herrn Adolf Brodsky, Leipzig, Kaiser Wilhelmstraße. It reads: “Einverstanden - namentlich mit [Nr] 1 u. 3 des Programmes Bestens Ihr, J Brahms”. The postcard refers to the forthcoming concert of the Brodsky Quartet in Leipzig on ...

Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), Composer

Photograph of the Brodsky quartet

Portrait photograph of the Brodsky quartet, with Adolph Brodsky, seated, and Ottakar Novacek, Hans Sitt and Julius Klengel standing. Klengel is holding his cello; the smaller instruments are seen on tables/chairs.

Brodsky Quartet (1894-present)

Autograph letter signed from Heele and Felix Berber to Adolph Brodsky

Felix Berber finally puts his intention of writing to Brodsky into practice and sends a very long letter. He lists his engagements which include the Brahms Double Concerto with Klengel and will be in Leipzig, Halle, Saarbrucken, Coblenz, Rostock ...

Berber, Felix (1871-1930), violinist

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina thanks Anna for her last letter and for the photograph of her husband, Adolph Brodsky with the dedication which has delighted the Griegs. Nina was so upset to go to Paul Klengel's in Kaiser Wilhelm Strasse when the Brodskys were no long...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

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