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WOOD (Sir Henry J., 1869-1944, Founder in 1895 of the Promenade Concerts)

Fine Typed Letter Signed to Mr Behrend saying that it is "quite impossible for me ever to give an opinion upon living composers' works as I look through about three hundred every year, and if I gave an opinion upon one, I should have to do it for them all ..." and that he is sure that he will "understand my position ...", 1 side 8vo., The Langham Hotel, 11th January

Item Date:  1935
Stock No:  40283      £100

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WÜHRER (Friedrich, 1900-1975, Austrian Pianist)

Signature on portrait photo card by Atelier Fayer, Vienna, signed and dated in English, 2¼" x 1½" on card bookmark 5¼" x 1¾", 4th February

Item Date:  1937
Stock No:  52837      £35

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WYMAN (Bill, Drummer of the 'Rolling Stones')

"Stone Alone", signed on the title page, 8vo., Penguin books,

Item Date:  1991
Stock No:  3905      £60

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YSAYE (Eugène, 1858-1931, Belgian Violinist and Composer)

Autograph Musical Quotation signed, consisting of several bars of music and the word "Souvenir" with the place and date on his calling card, 4" x 2¼", London, 31st May

Item Date:  1899
Stock No:  39878      £250

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ZEDDELER (Julia, b. 1866, Ballerina, sister of the ballerina Matilda Kschessinska, 1872-1971, and wife of Alexander, Baron)

Autograph letter signed 'Aunt Julia', in Russian with translation, to her nephew Slava Kschessinsky (Astafiev) (d. 1976), saying she has "received all your letters ... what a pity I did not know that Mama had come to join you, I sent her a letter for Easter to London, in your letter she wrote that she is going to Buda Pest", and sending "all the stamps that you asked for ... where do you plan to go for the summer? ... We set off with Uncle Ali from Gaf to Yalta", on the return to St. Petersburg "we got as far as Sevastopol by the steamer, and there was such a terrible storm in the sea, every one was seasick, the waves flooded the deck", she asks "when Mama will be in London again", 2 sides 8vo., no place, 23rd April (Russian), 6th May (Western) top left corner neatly removed, possibly with loss of embossed coronet

Item Date:  1914
Stock No:  14362      £95

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