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Labeque Sisters,   
Labeque Sisters, The French sisters Labeque, Katia (b.1950) and Marielle (b.1952), are one of the world's most distinguished paino duos.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican, London in October 1995 and signed by both across the image in purple ink at a later date.

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ref:8298  £15.00
Lambert, Constant   (1905-1951)
Lambert, Constant British composer and conductor.
A fine vintage album page (4.25" x 3.25"), nicely signed and dated (1942) in black fountain pen ink.
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ref:7478  £25.00
Lloyd Webber, Julian   (1951- )
Lloyd Webber, Julian British solo cellist.
A superb candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Cafe Royal in London in May, 1998 and signed in black ink across the image at a later date.


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ref:5301  £15.00
Lockhart, James   (1930- )
Lockhart, James British conductor and pianist.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken in London in the early 1990s (the exact date and location is unknown) and signed across the image in dark blue ink at a later date.

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ref:8290  £15.00
Lympany, Moura   (1916-2005)
Lympany, Moura Distinguished British concert pianist.
A very fine signature in blue fountain pen ink on a vintage 1940s album page (6" x 3.75").

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ref:9020  £10.00
Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell   (1847-1935)
Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell Scottish composer, conductor and teacher; the greatest Scottish composer of his day.
A fine signature and musical quotation (unidentified) in black ink on a part-page taken from a Birthday book that also has a facsimile musical quotation from Mackenzie identified as being from "The Rose of Sharon" (showing his importance as a composer at the time).

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ref:3833  £30.00
Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell   (1847-1935)
Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell Scottish composer, conductor and teacher; the greatest Scottish composer of his day.
A fine letter, handwritten in black ink, on a sheet of Royal Academy of Music letterheaded paper (6th August 1891) to the photographer E.Kelsey.


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ref:3832  £60.00
Mackerras, Charles   (1925-2010)
Mackerras, Charles Australian conductor.
A very fine black and white photograph (5" x 4"). boldly signed and dated (27/5/87) in purple ink across the image.

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ref:8304  £10.00
Mannion, Rosa   (1962- )
Mannion, Rosa British operatic soprano.
A very pretty colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican, London in June 1994 and signed across the image in black ink at a later date.

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ref:8292  £15.00
Marriner, Neville   (1924-2016)
Marriner, Neville English conductor.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken in London in the 1990s (exact date and location unknown) and signed across the image in black ink at a later date.

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ref:8283  £20.00
Mascagni, Pietro   (1863-1945)
Mascagni, Pietro
Great Italian composer, most famous for his opera Cavalleria Rusticana, premiered in 1890.
A fine vintage sepia postcard of the young Mascagni, signed and dated (London, 9.III.1912) in black ink across the image.

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ref:2309  £250.00
Mathieu, Madeleine   (1891- ? )
Mathieu, Madeleine Distinguished French soprano and teacher; a major figure at the beginning of the Twentieth Century.
A very early French sepia postcard of "Madeleine Mathieu dans La Tosca", nicely signed and dated (1919) in black fountain pen ink across the image.


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ref:3239  £25.00
Matthews, Denis   (1919-1988)
Matthews, Denis English pianist, teacher, composer and musicologist.
A stunning original early vintage black and white photograph (a little larger than 8" x 6"), nicely signed in dark blue fountain pen ink to the lower white panel. RARE.

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ref:8346  £40.00
Mattila, Karita   (1960- )
Mattila, Karita Finnish operatic soprano.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Royal Opera House, London in July, 1996 and signed across the image in purple ink at a later date.

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ref:8267  £15.00
Mayer, Robert   (1879-1985)
Mayer, Robert German-born philanthropist and a major supporter of music and young musicians; founder of the Robert Mayer Concerts for Children in 1923 and a founder in 1932 of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
A fine signature in blue ink on a light green 4" x 4.25" vintage album page, dated October 1951 by Mayer.

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ref:274  £10.00
McCabe, John   (1939-2015)
McCabe, John Prolific British composer.
McCabe was a good friend.of the American film composer, Bernard Herrmann, and received great encouragement from him when he was trying to establish himself as a composer. His 1967 composition, Fantasy on a Theme of Liszt, is dedicated to Bernard Herrmann. This is a Novello score (12" x 9.5") for that work, which came from the personal library of Herrmann (this was sold in its entirety by his widow, Norma, a few years ago). Inside, at the top of the first page is a signature and dedication to Bernard Herrmann ("For Benny, with much affection, John") in black ink. Clearly, VERY RARE!


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ref:9479  £75.00
McCabe, John   (1939-2015
McCabe, John Prolific British composer.
McCabe was a good friend.of the American film composer, Bernard Herrmann, and received great encouragement from him when he was trying to establish himself as a composer. His 1967 composition, Fantasy on a Theme of Liszt, is dedicated to Bernard Herrmann.
This is a very good copy of the Novello score (11" x 7.5") for his 1965 Symphony (Elegy), given to Bernard Herrmann by John McCabe and signed on the title page ("With very best wishes and grateful thanks from John") in black ink. There are two ownership initials (B.H) in Herrmann's hand on the front cover.
This score came from the personal library of Bernard Herrmann, which was sold in its entirety by Herrmann's widow, Norma, a few years ago.

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ref:9480  £75.00
Menuhin, Yehudi   (1916-1999)
Menuhin, Yehudi Great New York-born British violinist.
A very fine typed letter on an 11.75" x 8" sheet of headed notepaper (Sym Music Company Limted, 110 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 8JA, 31st January 1994) - a kind letter thanking a fan who has taken the trouble to send details of his autograph collection and gladly letting him have his own signature, a big, bold one in black ink at the bottom of the letter.

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ref:9551  £18.00
Menuhin, Yehudi   (1916-1999)
Menuhin, Yehudi Great New York-born British violinist.
A very fine colour postcard of the National Portrait Gallery's oil on canvas of Menuhin by Myfanwy Pavelic, boldly signed and dated (1997) by the violinist in black ink across the image.
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ref:9552  £25.00
Menuhin, Yehudi   (1916-1999)
Menuhin, Yehudi Great New York-born British violinist.
A very fine colour EMI publicity photograph (6" x 4"), nicely signed in blue ink to the lower white panel.
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ref:9727  £30.00
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