Lot 188
  • 188

Schreker, Franz

Estimate
8,000 - 10,000 GBP
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Description

  • Schreker, Franz
  • Good collection of six typescript librettos and seven printed librettos with extensive autograph additions and revisions;
  • paper
1) "Herman Ergerth (skizze aus Jahre 1900)", 8 pages, folio, 32.5 x 20.5cm, stamps of the Société Franz Schreker
2) "El Carillon, un Misterio. opera in un acto", in Spanish, 21 pages, folio (34 x 21.5cm), undercopy, stamps of the Société Franz Schreker
3) "Der Schatzgräber", with autograph corrections, 8 pages, folio (c.33 x 21cm), stamps of the Société Franz Schreker, staining to first page 
4) "Die Masken des roten Todes, in Einer Akt".  annotated and corrected by him in black ink and pencil. 47 pages, 4to
5) "Das Spielwerk und die Prinzessin, Ein dramatiches, Märchen in einem Vorspiel und 2 Aufzugen", with autograph additions and revisions in black ink, 48 pages, 4to, in red boards, (dated on the flyleaf: 1913) 
6) "Christophorus, die Vision einer Oper in Drei Aufzugen und einem Vorspiel und Nachspiel", Schreker's typescript libretto, 70 pages, 4to, cloth-backed wrappers,


together with seven printed librettos, revised by Schreker:
Das Spielwerk und die Prinzessin, the title revised by Schreker (deleting after "Spielwerk"), heavily annotated and revised throughout, including c.8 pages of closely-written autograph additions, 46 pages plus additional pages in ms, 8vo, Universal-Edition, 1911 --Der Schatzgräber, annotated by Schreker in red ink ("Maifestspiele 1925"), Universal-Edition, 8vo, 1919--Christophorus, die Vision einer Oper in einer Akt, typescript libretto by FS, never set to music, 37 pages, 4to--
Der ferne Klang, Universal, 8vo,1912--Das Spielwerk, 8vo, UE, 1911--Christophorus oder "Die Vision einer Oper", printed libretto with a few autograph markings, 12mo, Berlin, Edition Adler, 1931--Spanisches Fest, printed libretto, Universal-Edition,1926; -- Alois Hába, Quatuor à cordes, op.7, [miniature score], signed and inscribed by the composer to Schreker ("Meinem lieben Kompositionslehrer Dr Prof. Franz Schreker in aufrichtigen Ergebenheit! Berlin 12. VII. 1921. Alois Hába"), Vienna: Universal, 1921

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