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Valente, Benita   (1934- )
Valente, Benita

Distinguished American soprano, with a long career on the operatic stage as well as in performance of lieder, chamber music and oratorio; particularly famous for her interpretations of Mozart and Handel.

A very fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph, boldly signed in ink across a light area of the image.



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ref:2578  £20.00
Vaughan Williams, Ursula   (1911-2007)
Vaughan Williams, Ursula

Malta-born British poet and author, and biographer of her second husband, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.

A very fine 6" x 4" white card, signed in black ink IN PERSON at the Barbican in London on the 8th September 1994.
 

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ref:2404  £12.00
Vaughan Williams, Ursula   (1911-2007)
Vaughan Williams, Ursula British poet and author, and biographer of her second husband, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
A fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Barbican in October 1987 and signed in black ink across the image at a later date.
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ref:5297  £15.00
Villazon, Rolando   (1972- )
Vaughan Williams, Ursula Mexican-born French tenor.
A bold signature in black ink on a very fine Royal Opera House, Covent Garden white card (6" x 4"). Obtained in person in 2006.

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ref:9245  £10.00
von Dohnanyi, Christoph   (1929- )
von Dohnanyi, Christoph German conductor, most famous for his long association with the Cleveland Orchestra.
A very fine colour Decca publicity photograph (8.25" x 5.75"), boldly signed in black ink to the lower white border,.

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ref:7279  £15.00
von Otter, Anne Sophie   (1955- )
von Otter, Anne Sophie Distinguished Swedish mezzo-soprano.
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fine part-programme page (7.25" x 7.75"), possibly from a performance at the Barbican in London in the early 1990s, boldly signed in black ink.
This page comes with a very pretty unsigned, unpublished candid colour photograph (6" x 4") of von Otter, taken by the fan at the time of the signing of the programme page.

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ref:8252  £12.00
von Otter, Anne Sophie   (1955- )
von Otter, Anne Sophie Swedish mezzo-soprano.
A very pretty candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Wigmore Hall in London in September 1997 and signed across the image in ink at a later date.
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ref:5299  £15.00
Webb, Lizbeth   (1926-2013)
Webb, Lizbeth English soprano and stage actress, remembered for originating the song "This Is My Lovely Day" in Bless the Bride.
A short letter, handwritten in ink on a sheet of 8" x 5" notepaper (Sept 21st, 1943), thanking a fan for her letter and sending an autograph. Interestingly, the singer has signed with her wartime stage name of Betty Webb.

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ref:8542  £8.00
Weingartner, Felix   (1863-1942)
Weingartner, Felix

Great Dalmatian-born Austrian conductor, composer and pianist,,who succeeded Gustav Mahler as conductor of the Vienna Opera (1908 – 11) and stayed on with the Vienna Philharmonic until 1927. 

A fine vintage sepia Breitkopf & Hartel postcard, signed vertically in black ink (a pencilled note to the reverse suggests it was signed in 1923 at the Queen's Hall in London)


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ref:1258  £75.00
White, Willard   (1946- )
White, Willard
Jamaican-born British bass-baritone. 
A fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken at the Royal Opera House in December 1996 and boldly signed in ink shortly afterwards.

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ref:2318  £15.00
Williams, John   (1941- )
Williams, John Australian classical guitarist.
A very fine candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken in London and shortly signed in black ink soon afterwards.
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ref:7209  £15.00
Wolff, Johannes   (1863-1931)
Wolff, Johannes Dutch classical violinist, friend of Grieg and Saint-Saens.
A
fine signature ("Certainly, with pleasure, Johannes Wolff, June 1900") in black fountain pen ink on a sheet of headed correspondence paper.

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ref:5955  £18.00
Wood, Haydn   (1882-1959)
Wood, Haydn Yorkshire-born composer, most famous for his Great War song, Roses of Picardy (1916) which earned him over £100,000, a truly vast sum for those days and the equivalent today of £4 million!
An interesting letter to the BBC, handwritten and signed in ink on a sheet of blindstamped personal correspondence paper (9 Bickenhall Mansions, W1, March 16, 1953), asking them to broadcast more of his music.

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ref:9475  £30.00
Wood, Henry   (1869-1944)
Wood, Henry British conductor and composer.
A
very fine signature in blue fountain pen ink on a shaped piece (5.25" x 3") cut from the bottom of a letter.
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ref:8873  £18.00
Wood, Henry J.   (1869-1944)
Wood, Henry J. British conductor and composer.
A very fine signature in dark blue fountain pen ink on a personal card (4.5" x 3.5").


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ref:8476  £20.00
Wordsworth, Barry   (1948- )
Wordsworth, Barry British conductor.
A very fine colour candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken outside the Savoy Hotel in London in March 1994 and signed across the image in blue ink at a later date.
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ref:8301  £15.00
Zeani, Virginia   (1925- )
Zeani, Virginia Internationally renowned Romanian dramatic coloratura soprano.
A very fine vintage album page (5.5" x 3.5"), boldly signed in blue fountain pen ink, with a note in Zeani's hand indicating that it was obtained at the Leeds Music Festival of 1953.

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ref:8256  £15.00
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