VIOLINIST FRITZ KREISLER 1914 CARNEGIE HALL PROGRAM!!
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Sold Date: 11/24/2007
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CONCERT PROGRAM AND SHORT (NEW YORKER?) REVIEW FROM A CONCERT BY THE FAMOUS VIOLINIST FRITZ KREISLER AT CARNEGIE HALL IN NEW YORK CITY ON DECEMBER 30, 1914. THE PROGRAM IS IN VERY EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH A SMALL STRIP OF SCRAPBOOK PAPER ATTACHED TO TOP BACK PAGE. THE PROGRAM IS BIG AND BEAUTIFUL, 10 PAGES LONG, AND WITH HISTORICAL COMMERCIAL AND MUSICAL ADVERTISMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS THROUGHOUT.THIS ITEM IS FROM A SCRAPBOOK THAT I BOUGHT AT A SALVATION ARMY STORE IN NEW ENGLAND IN THE EARLY 1980'S AND CONTAINS MANY CONCERT PROGRAMS,TICKET STUBS, AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES OF SIMILARLY DISTINGUISHED CONCERT ARTISTS OF THE DAYABOUT HALF OF THE ITEMS ARE PARTIALLY GLUED INTO THE SCRAPBOOK WHICH COULD PRESENT A PROBLEM TO THE BUYER. I WILL SEND THE ITEMS AS CAREFULLY AS POSSIBLE AND/OR TO THE BUYER'S SPECIFICATIONS. INSURANCE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. POSTAGE IS $2 PER ITEM, DOMESTIC. I'LL SHIP WORLWIDE, PRICE NEGOTIABLE. E-MAIL ME ANY QUESTIONS OR REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ABOUT THIS OR ANY OTHER ITEMS IN THE SCRAPBOOKPLEASE SEE MY EXCELLENT RATINGS!!From an extraordinary musical scrapbook: Programs of Famous Musicians 1914-1935 includingHeifetz, Fritz Kreisler, Rachmaninoff, Gabrilowitsch, Percy Grainger, Efrem Zimbalist, Mischa Elman, Albert Spalding, Eddy Brown, Jacques Thibaud, Josef Hofmann, Julia Culp, David and Clara Mannes, George Barrere, Pablo Casals, Alberto Salvi, Frieda Hempel, Richard Crooks, Kitty Cheatham, Alma Gluck, Toscanini, MonteuxThe exact contents of the scrapbook:Program and ticket stub from Duo concert of pianists Ossip Gabrilowitsch and Harold Bauer from 1917Program, ticket stub, and newspaper review from Solo concert of pianist Ossip Gabrilowitsch from 19153 Programs, 2 ticket stubs and newspaper review from solo concert by pianist Josef HoffmanPrograms from solo concerts by pianists Sergei Rachmaninoff, Rudolph Ganz, Mischa Levitzki, Leo Ornstein (2, same program), Percy Grainger (2, one with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Musicians from 1915, and one solo from 1926 w/ review)Programs from Duo Concerts by pianist Guiomar Novaes and violinist Eddy Brown from 1917 (w/ small newspaper article) ; by pianist Harold Bauer and violinist Jacques Thibaud from 1923; by pianist Percy Grainger and singer Julia Culp; by pianists Guy Maier and Lee Pattison.4 Programs and 5 newspaper articles/reviews from concerts by Violinist Fritz Kreisler from 1914, 1915, and 1916, in Carnegie Hall (1) and Northampton, Massachusetts (3)Program from concert by violinist Efrem Zimbalist 1915Program and ticket stub (plus magazine photo taken when he was 6) from concert by violinist Jascha Heifetz 19182 Programs and 5 newspaper articles from concerts by violinist Mischa Elman 1915 and 1926Program from concert by violinist Albert Spalding 1924Program and 2 newspaper articles/reviews from a joint concert by violinist Thelma Given and tenor Rafaelo Diaz3 Programs and newspaper review from concerts by violinist David Mannes and pianist Clara MannesProgram from concert by the Trio de Lutece (with flutist George Barrere) 1918Program from concert by the Boston Sinfonietta, Arthur Fiedler, conductor 1927Program from concert by cellist Pablo Casals 1916Program from concert by cellist Marie Roemaet and bass Ivan Steschenko 1927Program from concert by cellist Evsei Beloussoff and harpist Mildred Dilling 1926Program from concert by harpist Alberto Salvi 1921Program from concert by De Marco Harp Ensemble 19254 Programs and 2 newspaper articles/reviews from concert by the Flonzaley String Quartet 1915 1917 1919 and 1920 (this has a separate page of program notes)Program and newspaper review from concert by the Kneisel String Quartet 19173 Programs and 1 newspaper review from concerts given by the New York String Quartet 1924, the Hoffman String Quartet 1913 (w/ harpist Alfred Holy) and the Lenox String Quartet (...
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