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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 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

Corelli, Sonata Op. 5 No. 12, La Folia

This music which belonged to H. Marion Hall was passed to the College by Kathleen Forster. The music was purchased from W.H. Priestley & Sons, Colmore Row, Birmingham at the price of three shillings net. H. Marion Hall may have been a privat...

Hall, H Marion (undated), violinist

Autograph letter signed from Otto Gunther to Adolph Brodsky

Doktor Otto Gunther acknowledges Brodsky's signed contract and friendly accompanying note. The Leipziger Tageblatt has reported Brodsky's appointment. Teaching begins on 2 April and Doktor Gunther suggests that Brodsky may like to come...

Gunther, Otto (fl.1883)

Autograph letter signed from Walter Hatton to Adolph Brodsky

On the official headed paper of the Brodsky Quartet, which at that time, comprised Dr. Adolph Brodsky, John S. Bridge, Frank S. Park and Walter Hatton. Hatton has received a letter from Miss Garnett who has altered the date of the first Windermer...

Hatton, Walter (fl.1915-1921), 'cellist

Autograph letter signed from Johan Halvorsen to Adolph Brodsky

Halvorsen recalls the sad days after Grieg's death which they have just experienced together. Halvorsen praises Brodsky's art and encloses a score of Fossegrimen and a symphonic intermezzo. He must do further work to the violin concerto...

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

Autograph letter signed from Granville Hill to Adolph Brodsky

Granville Hill apologises for the delay in replying to Brodsky's letter. He will look in at the College on Friday morning at 11 to run through the Mendelssohn or any other pieces Brodsky has selected for next Sunday's concert. The lett...

Hill, Granville (fl.1900s-1920s)

Autograph letter signed from Ernst Hoffzimmer to Adolph Brodsky

Hoffzimmer has just learned of the death of his former teacher [Dayas]. After a brief tribute Hoffzimmer launches into a very detailed account of his education, musical successes and travels over the last few years. He now teaches at the conserv...

Hoffzimmer, Ernest Kaspar (1877-1957) pianist, music teacher

Autograph letter signed from Johan C. Hock to Leon Picard

Johan Hock writes to Leon Picard about the Guarnerius violin which belonged to Adolph Brodsky. Hock has been in correspondence with Hill & Sons who seem reluctant to authenticate the instrument. If they do not think the instrument is a genui...

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