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Tauber, Richard   (1891-1948)
Tauber, Richard Austrian-born operatic tenor.
A very fine signature and date (1941) in ink on a 6" x 3.75" album page. A small black and white photograph is attached.
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ref:8416  £15.00
Tauber, Richard (and Thorley Walters)   (1891-1948)
Tauber, Richard (and Thorley Walters) Austrian-born operatic tenor.
A fine bold signature in pencil on a vintage 1930s album page (6.25" x 4.75"). The reverse is signed in ink by the great character actor Thorley Walters, and by Cicely Courtneidge (in pencil), Jack Hulbert and Bobby Howes.

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ref:8363  £15.00
Tavener, John   (1944-2013)
Tavener, John Prolific British composer, most famous for the haunting Song for Athene, performed at Princess Diana’s funeral.
A programme for a concert of classical music by the King's Singers and the Nash Ensemble at the Madeley College of Education in Staffordshire on the 11th February 1975. The conductor was John Tavener. The front cover has been signed in blue ink by Tavener and by Alastair Hume, Alastair Thompson, Anthony Hope and Brian Kay.
Although there are some late photographs with highly stylised signatures to be found (these were produced to meet the demands of fans following Diana's funeral), early signed John Tavener material like this is very rare.

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ref:10301  £50.00
Terfel, Bryn   (1965- )
Terfel, Bryn Welsh bass-baritone opera and concert singer.
A very fine colour postcard (6" x 4"), issued by Deutsche Grammophon to publicise their 1996 recording of Bryn Terfel signing the songs of Rogers and Hammerstein, Something Wonderful. There's a big, bold signature in black ink across the image.

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ref:7760  £15.00
Teschemacher, Margarete   (1903-1959)
Teschemacher, Margarete German operatic soprano.
A very fine signature ("
London, 1931") in black fountain pen ink on a  page (4.25" x 2.75") taken from a vintage autograph album.


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ref:5035  £15.00
Thomson, Virgil   (1896-1989)
Thomson, Virgil American composer and critic.
A short signed typed letter on airmail paper, 24th March 1983, thanking a Mr Wood for his good wishes.

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ref:271  £40.00
Tilson Thomas, Michael   (1944- )
Tilson Thomas, Michael American conductor and composer.
A very fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican in London on the 4th March 1994 and signed and dated ('94) in person in ink at a slightly later date.
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ref:5322  £15.00
Tortelier, Yan Pascal   (1947- )
Tortelier, Yan Pascal French conductor.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican, London in January 1995 and signed across the image in dark blue ink at a later date.

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ref:8302  £15.00
Upshaw, Dawn   (1960- )
Upshaw, Dawn
American soprano.
A very fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Wigmore Hall in London in September 1994 and signed IN PERSON shortly afterwards.

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ref:2384  £15.00
Valente, Benita   (1934- )
Valente, Benita

Distinguished American soprano, with a long career on the operatic stage as well as in performance of lieder, chamber music and oratorio; particularly famous for her interpretations of Mozart and Handel.

A very fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph, boldly signed in ink across a light area of the image.



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ref:2578  £20.00
Van Biene, Auguste   (1849-1913)
Van Biene, Auguste Dutch composer, cellist and actor, best known for his composition The Broken Melody (1892).
A rare early vintage glossy sepia Rotary postcard, signed across a clear area of the image in blue fountain pen ink.
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ref:10451  £40.00
Vaughan Williams, Ursula   (1911-2007)
Vaughan Williams, Ursula

Malta-born British poet and author, and biographer of her second husband, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.

A very fine 6" x 4" white card, signed in black ink IN PERSON at the Barbican in London on the 8th September 1994.
 

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ref:2404  £12.00
Vaughan Williams, Ursula   (1911-2007)
Vaughan Williams, Ursula British poet and author, and biographer of her second husband, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
A fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican in October 1987 and signed in black ink across the image at a later date.
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ref:5297  £15.00
Villazon, Rolando   (1972- )
Vaughan Williams, Ursula Mexican-born French tenor.
A bold signature in black ink on a very fine Royal Opera House, Covent Garden white card (6" x 4"). Obtained in person in 2006.

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ref:9245  £10.00
von Dohnanyi, Christoph   (1929- )
von Dohnanyi, Christoph German conductor, most famous for his long association with the Cleveland Orchestra.
A very fine colour Decca publicity photograph (8.25" x 5.75"), boldly signed in black ink to the lower white border,.

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ref:7279  £15.00
von Otter, Anne Sophie   (1955- )
von Otter, Anne Sophie Distinguished Swedish mezzo-soprano.
A
fine part-programme page (7.25" x 7.75"), possibly from a performance at the Barbican in London in the early 1990s, boldly signed in black ink.
This page comes with a very pretty unsigned, unpublished candid colour photograph (6" x 4") of von Otter, taken by the fan at the time of the signing of the programme page.

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ref:8252  £12.00
von Otter, Anne Sophie   (1955- )
von Otter, Anne Sophie Swedish mezzo-soprano.
A very pretty candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Wigmore Hall in London in September 1997 and signed across the image in ink at a later date.
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ref:5299  £20.00
Webb, Lizbeth   (1926-2013)
Webb, Lizbeth English soprano and stage actress, remembered for originating the song "This Is My Lovely Day" in Bless the Bride.
A short letter, handwritten in ink on a sheet of 8" x 5" notepaper (Sept 21st, 1943), thanking a fan for her letter and sending an autograph. Interestingly, the singer has signed with her wartime stage name of Betty Webb.

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ref:8542  £15.00
Weingartner, Felix   (1863-1942)
Weingartner, Felix

Great Dalmatian-born Austrian conductor, composer and pianist,,who succeeded Gustav Mahler as conductor of the Vienna Opera (1908 – 11) and stayed on with the Vienna Philharmonic until 1927. 

A fine vintage sepia Breitkopf & Hartel postcard, signed vertically in black ink (a pencilled note to the reverse suggests it was signed in 1923 at the Queen's Hall in London)


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ref:1258  £75.00
White, Willard   (1946- )
White, Willard
Jamaican-born British bass-baritone. 
A fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Royal Opera House in December 1996 and boldly signed in ink shortly afterwards.

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ref:2318  £15.00
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