Schubertiade Music Winter 2010 Catalog

January 25, 2010 at 10:08 pm

This from the email announcement:

We are pleased to announce the publication of our 2010 Winter Catalogue!

http://www.schubertiademusic.com

http://www.schubertiademusic.com/img/Winter2010Catalogue.pdf

Some highlights from this 220-item catalogue, include:

* Selection of 30 items relating to the Ballets Russes, including rare programs, autographs, photographs, an original period portrait of Nijinsky by Roussel, an original portrait of Diaghilev by Larionov, and the original proof copy of “Appolon Musagete” with the markings of Stravinsky, Balanchine and Lifar.

* Rare First Edition (second issue) of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony.

* Selection of Berlioz rarities, including an autograph letter, CDV photograph and the original Literary Program to Symphonie Fantastique.

* Ornate veil formerly belonging to Maria Callas and a rare playbill from her first La Scala production.

* Enrico Caruso “Pagliacci” self-portrait drawing.

* Charlie Chaplin 1918 Signed letter and Signed Photograph.

* Jean Cocteau original drawing on a poster for a “Les Six” exhibition.

* First edition of “L’art du Chant” by Gilbert Duprez.

* Bob Dylan’s concert-used and signed harmonica.

* First edition of “Porgy and Bess,” inscribed by Gershwin’s editor.

* First edition of Gottschalk’s “Le Banjo,” signed by the composer.

* Rare signed photograph of Glenn Gould.

* First edition of Haydn’s “Creation,” published by the composer and with his initial stamp.

* Sheet music owned and annotated by Charles Ives.

* Rare signed photograph of ballerina, Mathilde Kschessinskaya.

* Autograph letter from Liszt regarding Thalberg and a rare program from Liszt’s first London performance, at age 12!

* Assortment of 16th century Lute music facsimiles.

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