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MACFARREN (Sir George Alexander, 1813-1887, Composer of 'The Devil's Opera', 1837, and Professor at the RAM)

Signature from an autograph letter signed to Walter Joy with the subscription "yours truly", 4½" x 1¾", no place, no date

Item Date:  1842
Stock No:  39049      £25

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MACFARREN (Sir George Alexander, 1813-1887, Composer of 'The Devil's Opera', 1837, Professor at the RAM)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Hunt, saying "I enclose you a trifle which is indeed more than I can conveniently spare & I beg you will not again apply to me", 2 sides 16mo black-edged, 73 Berners Street, 'Tuesday 18', no date, c. remains of guard on outer edge of last side

Item Date:  1842
Stock No:  51364      £75

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MACFARREN (Walter, 1826-1905, Pianist, Conductor & Composer)

Letter signed with autograph subscription to Mr Aspa, thanking him for his "very interesting compositions which I have played with infinite pleasure & shall play again & again ..." but he regrets that he won't be able to put them in his 'Popular Classics' as the 20th and last series has just been published, but he promises to review them in 'The Queen', 3 sides 8vo., 3 Osnaburgh Terrace, 21st September

Item Date:  1902
Stock No:  1918      £45

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MACFARREN-51365-1.jpg THE TRIALS OF A LYRIC WRITER
MACFARREN (Sir George Alexander, 1813-1887, Professor at the RAM)

2 LS to C. Osborne, saying "Messrs Chappell ... are printing 'I will sit here and spin' ... I hope you will forgive my omitting the 2nd verse ... because a 3rd verse kills the good effect of a song in public, and the episode of the soldiers may perhaps be spared", in the second he asks Osborne to arrange terms with "Mr Arthur Chappell for ... 'I'll stay here and spin'. I am sorry you think the omission ... unfortunate because as Mr Chappell & Miss Poole concur with me, I cannot follow your wishes -- the change of the word 'lasses' to 'reapers' makes the sense complete, & I trust you will kindly consent to the sacrifice", together 4 sides 8vo., 7 Hamilton Terrace, 26th April and 16th May

Item Date:  1864
Stock No:  51365      £150

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MACFARREN (Sir George Alexander, 1813-1887, Composer of 'The Devil's Opera', 1837, and Professor at the RAM)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Hunt, saying that "next to the regret I feel at your present situation is that at my own in being quite unable to help you" but sending "a trifle ... I take you at your word that 'anything' will be of use to you" which is "truly all I can afford", 1 side oblong folio, addressee's name on verso, no place, no date, old pencilled year

Item Date:  1842
Stock No:  51363      £75

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