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An original 8 X 10 Bruno of Hollywood photograph of the acclaimed duo-pianists at the piano; signed by both and inscribed. [ref:2843]
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Armstrong, Louis
An 8 1/2 x 10 1/4 publicity half-tone portrait of the beloved jazz musician who has boldly penned his name. Minor surface creases and defects. [ref:4526]
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LOUIS ARMSTRONG An uncommon 8 x 10 publicity photograph of the jazz great in his role as one of Lucifer's minions in the 1943 film version of Cabin in the Sky; signed and inscribed by Armstrong, shown holding his trumpet. The movie starred Ethel Waters, Eddie Anderson and Lena Horne in a showcase scene with Duke Ellington and his orchestra. [ref:7157]
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Ashkenazy, Vladimir
A Decca Records 5 X 7 publicity photo signed V. Ashkenazy on the lower margin by the Russian pianist and conductor. [ref:1058]
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Ax, Emmanuel
Emmanuel Ax A high quality original 14 x 11 color photograph signed and dated 1982, by the Polish-born, American pianist, shown at rehearsal. [ref:4935]
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EMMANUEL AX A high quality, original 14 x 11 color photograph signed and dated 1982, by the Polish-born, American pianist, shown at rehearsal. [ref:6739]
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A 3 X 1 ˝ carte de visite of the Croatian violinist and Yugoslavian patriot, who pens an autograph letter signed, dated June 16, 1922 on it. "....Will you care and play with me one day...perhaps a Beethoven Sonata." [ref:2866]
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HAROLD BAUER A lengthy autograph letter signed New York, November 26, 1938, by the English-born pianist, who rejects unionization by the American Guild of Musical Artists against management. In part, "…I earnestly trust that my disinclination to [join] will not be misinterpreted. I attended the first meeting of the Society, as you may recall-I was not convinced then and I am not convinced today that occasion exists for such joint action as you advocate on the part of independent musical artists and I am sincerely concerned to think that the personal relations which have heretofore prevailed between performers and manager seem now to be at the point of changing to defensive alliances…." "I am not hostile to AGMA or to any movement [but] my life has in fact been devoted in large part to the ideal of artistic fraternity…" 2 full pages, 4to. [ref:6876]
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Beneke, Tex
TEX BENEKE. A vintage 3 ˝ x 6 snapshot photograph of the American singer, saxophonist and bandleader, closely associated with Glenn Miller; signed and inscribed by Beneke ca. 1944. [ref:6022]
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Biggs, E. Power
An autograph letter signed on the American composer and organist's personal letterhead, September 10, 1946. "As luck would have it, next Sunday is the day that I expect to leave for New York to be there for the first half of the week. But perhaps you will be in Boston all the week..." One page, oblong 8vo. [ref:2420]
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