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    • Note Bibliografiche: Oblong 12mo. 1 page (2 lines). Mounted on backing paper. Clipped from a letter: "Yours very truly / John Templeton". - In 1832 Templeton appeared as Raimbaut in the first British performance of Meyerbeer's "Robert le diable", and he became Maria Malibran's leading tenor. - With collector's note to backing paper and old glue residue. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Oblong 12mo. 1 page (1 line). Mounted on backing paper. Slightly browned in places due to seeped glue. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: (Oblong) 8vo. 3 SS. Mounted on backing paper. To a Miss Frith about a certain letter and discussing Rousby's recovered health: "I only received your note & should have replied at once had I not waited until I got all my things together in hope of finding the letter you allude to among them. Having searched without finding it, I fancy I must have left it with my brother in London, anyhow it is quite safe, for I preserved it with the intention of handing it over to Mr. Fiddes at some future time. You will be glad to hear that I have been much stronger since I recovered from my severe illness ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. ½ page (5 lines) on bifolium. With autograph envelope. To the musician Frederick Allan Wilshire (1868-1944) in Bristol: "Sincerely Ys / Carl Rosa". - On embossed monogrammed stationery with slight ink offsetting. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Oblong 8vo. ¾ page. With autograph envelope. To the musician Frederick Allan Wilshire (1868-1944) in Bristol: "I have only just returned home to find your letter awaiting me. I beg to enclose my autograph [...]". - With collector's note to envelope in ink, the envelope somewhat foxing. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4to. 1 p. To an employee named Marti with instructions for Pagnol's relocation to Monte Carlo, questions of accounting, and concerning the impossibility of a film production in Monaco: "Pour le déménagement, laisse les tapis, un secrétaire, des lampes. Tino veut à tout prix refaire les plans mauvais, il est très emballé, il est prêt à tout [...] Je voudrais maintenant terminer la comptabilité totale - mais je m’aperçois que ton compte ne figure nulle part. Où est-il ? Que gagnes-tu ? Combien as-tu touché ? [...] Les studios de Monaco ne permettront pas, pour le moment, de faire un film tout... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 4 pp. on bifolium. Charming and insightful letter to Auguste Drioux in Lyon, publisher of the magic magazine Passez Muscade, thanking him for the most recent issues and promising an article on Robert Houdin's illusion "le Décapité récalcitrant" from 1890. Méliès mentions that he is currently very busy, as he was taking care of his gravely ill daughter Georgette and restoring some of Robert Houdin's automatons that he had donated to the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris: "Je suis obligé de nettoyer tout cela, et de remettre les têtes, mains, costumes, peintures et dorures en bon état. ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4to. 1 page. Mounted on backing paper. A letter of consolation: "I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours this morning. I was aware some time ago of the mishap in your family, and I know too well that all consolation is useless, time alone can heal such wounds. Either of the periods you propose will suit me, let me know which as soon as convenient. And that the allwise disposes of the destinies of Men, may give you strength to bear your affliction [...]". - The letter cut at one corner. Slight brownstaining, with collector's note in ink. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Oblong 16mo. 1 page (2 lines). Mounted on backing paper. Clipped from a letter: "Yrs respectful[l]y [...]". - With collector's note to backing paper. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Together 2 pp. One letter mounted on cardboard. Both to ask for theatre tickets, one addressed to a director: "Pouvez-vous me donner une loge pour ce soir? Si oui, merci, si non, merci encore et votre artiste toujours". - Henri Lafontaine performed on all the important stages of Paris, including the Comédie-Française, where he had his debut in 1856 and was elected sociétaire in 1863. However, Lafontaine was not satisfied with the roles that were given to him at the Comédie, and so he left the theatre in 1871 together with his wife Victoria, an equally acclaimed actor, and returned to c... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 1 p. Mounted on cardboard. To a Madame Fassiati, asking her to leave a theatre box that had been promised to Grassot by a M. Ballard to the carrier of the letter if there is a performance: "Je prie la bonne Madame Fassiati de remettre au porteur du présent, la loge que Ballard a promis de mettre à ma disposition pour aujourd'hui, si l'on joue [...]". - Paul Grassot spent his entire acting career at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal. He was famous for his eccentric performances, hoarse voice, and buffoonish pantomime. - On stationery with embossed letterhead. Traces of folds. Somewhat stained. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 2 pp. on bifolium. Mounted on backing paper. To a Miss Frith: "Many thanks for your kind note. I will enclose my letter to Miss Edwards in one to Miss Philp asking her to forward it. What a jolly party we had last night. I haven't danced so much for Ages. Please tell your mamma I will lose not time in redeeming my character in her eyes [...]". - Beginning of the 1880s Arthur Cecil joined the company at the Royal Court Theatre, later became co-manager there, and in 1890 played the title role in the play "The Cabinet Minister" written by Arthur Wing Pinero. - With collector's note to bac... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 12mo. ¾ p. on bifolium. To an unnamed recipient, asking for two theatre tickets: "Voulez-Vous me faire la faveur de deux places pour la représentation de ce soir [...]". - A student of François-Joseph Regnier, Jules Boucher entered the Comédie-Française in 1866 and was elected sociétaire in 1888. - Minimally stained. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 1½ pp. on bifolium. Mounted on backing paper. About theatrical productions of works by Lord Byron: "The Manfred produced at Drury Lane Theatre a few years ago was a revival of Byrons poem with certain omissions and compressions as played at Covent Garden some thirty years previously. My contribution to Drury Lane consisted of my adaptation of Faust which has been printed by M. Lacy [i. e. Thomas Hailes Lacy, 1809-73] the theatrical publisher of the Strand and also of the Doge of Venice a combination of Byrons Tragedy, and that of Casimir Delavigne with some additions of my own but that... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 1 p. on bifolium. To a M. Lecoq, probably the composer Charles Lecocq, concerning a conflict with a theatre director and asking him to reserve a box for a performance of Lecocq's latest opera: "Monsieur votre directeur ne me fera pas de service je pense et quoique je ne nourrisse à son égard aucune haine lasse, je me garderai bien d'accepter la moindre faveur. C'est vous dire, cher Monsieur, que je ne vous demande aucune place sur votre service particulier. Mais si vous voulez me faire inscrire à la location une bonne loge, je vous serais très reconnaissant. J'espère que vous me mettre... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Small 8vo. 1 p. on bifolium. To an unnamed recipient, declining an invitation: "Je suis désolé, mais je dîne tous les mercredis chez la sœur de mon ami Lourdel, et demain particulièrement nous avons à combiner quelque chose en famille pour la fête de Charles Lourdel pour Samedi". - According to a collector's note in pencil, the letter was addressed to the wife of the flautist Paul Taffanel. - Traces of folds. continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An seinen Verwalter, den Mainzer Weinhändler Carl Voltz, betreffend eine Zahlung an den Wiener Stofffabrikanten Carl Giani: "Es liegt mir daran, von Ihnen den Empfang meiner letzten Depeche, so wie den richtigen Wortlaut derselben, bestätigt zu wissen. Meine Weisung lautete auf fl. 901. 70. oest[erreichische] W[ährung], also neunhundert u. 1 Gulden 70 [Kreuze]r oesterreichisch[e] [Währung], an 'Carl Giani. Seilergasse 9. Wien'. Alles in Ordnung?". - Die Rechnung könnte in Zusammenhang mit der Einrichtung der Villa Wahnfried in Bayreuth stehen, welche die Wagners a... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Small 8vo. 1 p. With autograph address. To the journalist Jules Huret, thanking him for a favourable review of his opera "La Burgonde": "Laissez-moi vous remercier pour toute la bonne amitié que vous m'avez témoignée à l'occasion de la Burgonde. Vous avez agi en bon camarade et en brave homme, cela devient rare et in doit l'apprecier d'autant plus. Donc, merci, merci de toute cœur [...]". - "La Burgonde" had successfully premiered at the Paris Opera on 23 December 1898. Today, Paul Vidal is best known as an important teacher of composition at the Paris Conservatory. His most important and i... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 1 S. Qu.-8vo. Neun Takte mit unterlegtem Text des Anfangs von Henris Romanze "La brise souffle au loin" aus dem fünften Akt der "Sizilianischen Vesper", geschrieben nur wenige Tage nach deren Uraufführung am 13. Juni am Théatre Impérial de L’Opéra im Rahmen der Pariser Weltausstellung. - Auf der Versoseite des aus einem Stammbuch stammenden Blattes findet sich der launige Eintrag des Komponisten und Dirigenten Angelo Mariani, der inmitten eines zweizeiligen Systems mit vier Takten seinen Namen niederschreibt und in den Noten festhält, wie er zu singen ist. Die Widmung des mit Verdi bis ins ... continua a leggere
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. 1 p. To an unidentified Madame, urging her to pay his musicians, as they will not perform otherwise: "Nous avons attendu hier à la maison je vous avait prié de vouloir bien déposer les [...] pour mes musiciens. J'ai honneur de vous faire part que si cet argent n'est pas remis aujourd'hui avant deux heures mes artistes ne viendront pas ce soir". - The letter dates from Tilmant's time as chief conductor at the Théâtre-Italien, ca. 1838-1849. As chief conductor of the Opéra-Comique (1849-68), Tilmant conducted several important premieres, including Ambroise Thomas's "Le Caïd" (1849) and "... continua a leggere
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