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Barstow, Josephine   (1940- )
Barstow, Josephine English soprano.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken outside the Savoy Hotel in London in October 1995 and signed across the image in blue ink at a later date.

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ref:8279  £15.00
Battle, Kathleen   (1948- )
Battle, Kathleen
Distinguished African-American soprano with a superb voice but now, unfortunately, a reputation as a diva.
A very fine white 6" x 4" card, signed IN PERSON at the Royal Opera House on the 21st February, 1990.
 

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ref:2381  £12.00
Bauermeister, Mathilde   (1849-1926)
Bauermeister, Mathilde German opera singer who for decades held the record for the most performances by a female artiste at the New York Metropolitan Opera.
A very fine signature and date (November 15th 1872) in ink on a slip of paper (3.5" x 2"), laid to card.

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ref:8508  £18.00
Beecham, Thomas   (1979-1961)
Beecham, Thomas Great British conductor.
A superb matt-finish sepia photograph (8" x 5.75") of the young Thomas Beecham by The Dover Street Studios, neatly signed in black fountain pen ink beneath the image. RARE.
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ref:10100  £125.00
Berger, Francesco   (1834-1933)
Berger, Francesco London-born composer, who befriended and knew all the giants of Victorian musical life, from Berlioz to Tchaikovsky and who was great personal friend of Charles Dickens.
A
fine signature and four lines of text (with musical content) in black ink, on a piece cut from a letter (4.5" x 2").
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ref:7210  £25.00
Berger, Francesco   (1834-1933)
Berger, Francesco London-born composer, who befriended and knew all the giants of Victorian musical life, from Berlioz to Tchaikovsky and who was great personal friend of Charles Dickens.
A fine 2-page letter, handwritten in black ink (6 York Street, Portman Square, 21/5/90) to the photographer E.Kelsey, giving us some idea of how constantly busy he was.


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ref:3835  £75.00
Berger, Francesco   (1834-1933)
Berger, Francesco London-born composer, who befriended and knew all the giants of Victorian musical life, from Berlioz to Tchaikovsky and who was great personal friend of Charles Dickens.
A fine signature and musical quotation in black fountain pen ink on a part-page cut from a Victorian Birthday book (June 10th).

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ref:3836  £40.00
Bliss, Arthur   (1891-1975)
Bliss, Arthur Great British composer.
A very fine signature and inscription ("To Sidney, Arthur Bliss") in blue fountain pen ink on a 4.75" x 2.75" album page.

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ref:7805  £40.00
Bonney, Barbara   (1956- )
Bonney, Barbara American soprano.
A very pretty colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican, London in November 1994 and signed across the image in dark blue ink at a later date.

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ref:8289  £15.00
Boult, Adrian   (1889-1983)
Boult, Adrian Eminent English conductor.
An excellent signature in black fountain pen in on a 5.5" x 4" album page. This was obtained at the Leeds Music Festival in May 1950.

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ref:8412  £15.00
Brewer, Christina   (1955- )
Brewer, Christina American soprano.
A very cheery colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Royal Opera House, London in December 1996 and signed across the image in black ink at a later date.

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ref:8288  £15.00
Bumbry, Grace   (1937- )
Bumbry, Grace
Distinguished African-American opera singer, considered one of the leading mezzo-sopranos of her generation, as well as a major soprano for many years;  the first black singer to appear at Bayreuth in 1961.
A fine white card (6" x 4"), signed in black ink IN PERSON at the Royal Opera House on the 14th March 1988.

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ref:2379  £12.00
Burrowes, Norma   (1944- )
Burrowes, Norma Distinguished British singer, who retired at the peak of her fame under mysterious circumstances.
A lovely signed early black and white 8" x 10" photograph
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ref:280  £40.00
Burrowes, Norma   (1944- )
Burrowes, Norma

Distinguished British singer, who retired at the peak of her fame under mysterious circumstances.

A very fine white card (6" x 4"), boldly signed in black ink at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1988. Signature obtained in person.
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ref:2333  £10.00
Butt, Clara   (1872- 1936)
Butt, Clara Great English contralto, described as “The Voice of the Century”.
A fine vintage sepia Rotary postcard of "Clara Butt & Baby", boldly signed ("Clara Butt-Rumford") in dark blue ink across the image.
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ref:10096  £45.00
Cameron, Basil   (1884-1975)
Cameron, Basil British conductor.
A very fine programme (8.25" x 5.25") for a concert at the Dome in Brighton, March 27th 1948 by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Basil Cameron. Cameron has added a fine signature in blue fountain pen ink to the front cover.

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ref:8485  £12.00
Carosio, Margherita   (1908-2005)
Carosio, Margherita One of the great Italian operatic sopranos of the 1930s and 1940s, when she attracted attention almost as much for her good looks as her voice; remembered today as the singer who inadvertently launched Maria Callas on her international operatic career when, in 1949, she was forced by illness to cancel a series of performances of Bellini’s I Puritani at the La Fenice opera house in Venice.
A very pretty vintage black and white Italian postcard (5.5" x 3.5"), signed, inscribed and dated ( "To Richard Lorimer, sincerely, Margerita Carosio, 2/5/51") in blue ink across the image.
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ref:10097  £40.00
Chaliapin, Feodor   (1873-1938)
Chaliapin, Feodor Russian singer, one of the greatest ever to appear in Western opera houses.
A very fine early vintage Breitkopf & Hartel sepia postcard, nicely signed and dated (1914) in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:8232  £175.00
Christie, William   (1944- )
Christie, William American-born French conductor and harpsichordist.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken outside the Savoy Hotel in London in March 1992 and signed across the image in purple ink at a later dat

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ref:8285  £15.00
Coates, Eric   (1886-1957)
Coates, Eric Great English composer of light music.
A rare typed and ink-signed letter on an 8" x 5" sheet of headed notepaper (39 Hill Street. London W1 December 21st 1953), to a man who has enjoyed his autobiography Suite in Four Movements, which had been published that year
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ref:10202  £75.00
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