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Price: $100.00

Mint condition

Text Box: The legendary Opera Comique bass baritone pens a note of thanks on his personal calling card.  Fugére created more roles than any other bass of his era in Paris.  His electric recordings made late in life are among the greatest of his generation.

Fugére, Lucien autographed imprinted visiting card

Price: $50.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the German basso profundo in one of his most important Wagner roles.  Frick was one of the most recorded basses of the 20th Century.

Frick, Gottlob autographed photograph as Veit Pogner in Meistersinger

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Autographed photograph of the Austrian lyric soprano and Holocaust victim as Sulamith in Goldmark’s “Königin von Saba”.  She has written a short note on the verso and boldly signed.  Quite scarce of this tragic figure in operatic history.

Forst, Grete autographed postcard photograph, Graz, May 6, 1908

Price: $125.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Autographed 4 bar musical quotation of Schubert's lied "An die Musik" by the Danish concert soprano with a long note and quotation of a poem on the verso of the card about the relationship of music and its' place in the World. Scarce.

Frijsh, Povla autographed musical quotation and letter, July, 1958

Price:   $40.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Signed original photograph of the great Peruvian tenore di grazia of today’s opera world.  He’s assuming roles with more heft as his voice matures.

Florez, Juan Diego autographed photograph in concert

Price: $125.00

Mint condition

Text Box: The great French bass writes to a lady regarding singing lessons, April 29, 1911.  Included is a Paris Opera program for a performance of “Don Giovanni”, featuring Fournets as Leporello and his engraving on the front cover.

Fournets, René 2 page autographed letter and Paris Opera program, 1911