Books, Manuscripts and Music from Medieval to Modern

Books, Manuscripts and Music from Medieval to Modern

Books, Manuscripts and Music from Medieval to Modern

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375 results sorted by Lot number (low to high)

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Lot number (low to high)

C.P.E. Bach. Portrait of the composer probably by J.F. Reifenstein, c.1754

1 C.P.E. Bach. Portrait of the composer probably by J.F. Reifenstein, c.1754

J.S. Bach. First edition of the Goldberg Variations, BWV 988, 1741

2 J.S. Bach. First edition of the Goldberg Variations, BWV 988, 1741

J.S. Bach. First edition, second issue, of the Italian Concerto, BWV 971, and the French Overture, BWV 831, 1736

3 J.S. Bach. First edition, second issue, of the Italian Concerto, BWV 971, and the French Overture, BWV 831, 1736

J.S. Bach. First edition of the B minor Mass, 1833-1845

4 J.S. Bach. First edition of the B minor Mass, 1833-1845

J.S. Bach. Sterndale Bennett's copy of the B minor Mass, c.1833

5 J.S. Bach. Sterndale Bennett's copy of the B minor Mass, c.1833

[J.S. Bach] J.G. Walther. Musikalisches Lexicon, 1732

6 [J.S. Bach] J.G. Walther. Musikalisches Lexicon, 1732

J.S. Bach. First edition of the vocal score of the "St. Matthew Passion", 1830

7 J.S. Bach. First edition of the vocal score of the "St. Matthew Passion", 1830

J.S. Bach. First edition of the libretto of the "St. Matthew Passion", 1829

8 J.S. Bach. First edition of the libretto of the "St. Matthew Passion", 1829

J.S. Bach. Four first and early editions, including of the "St. John Passion", first half of the nineteenth century

9 J.S. Bach. Four first and early editions, including of the "St. John Passion", first half of the nineteenth century

[J.S. Bach ] J.N. Forkel. Autograph letter signed to Uhde, 1789

10 [J.S. Bach ] J.N. Forkel. Autograph letter signed to Uhde, 1789

[J.S. Bach] J.G. Naumann. Fine autograph letter signed about J.S. Bach, 1801

11 [J.S. Bach] J.G. Naumann. Fine autograph letter signed about J.S. Bach, 1801

L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the Ninth Symphony, 1826

12 L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the Ninth Symphony, 1826

L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the vocal score of "Fidelio", 1814

13 L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the vocal score of "Fidelio", 1814

L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the vocal score of "Fidelio", 1814

14 L.v. Beethoven. First edition of the vocal score of "Fidelio", 1814

L.v. Beethoven. First edition of "An die ferne Geliebte", op.98, 1816

15 L.v. Beethoven. First edition of "An die ferne Geliebte", op.98, 1816

J. Brahms. Autograph manuscript of the song "Feldeinsamkeit", op.86 no.2, signed and inscribed, 1879 or later

16 J. Brahms. Autograph manuscript of the song "Feldeinsamkeit", op.86 no.2, signed and inscribed, 1879 or later

C.W.v. Gluck. Berlioz's copy of an early full score of "Alceste", with annotations by Berlioz, the edition 1783 or later

17 C.W.v. Gluck. Berlioz's copy of an early full score of "Alceste", with annotations by Berlioz, the edition 1783 or later

C.W.v. Gluck. First edition, variant issue, in Italian, of "Orfeo ed Euridice", 1764

18 C.W.v. Gluck. First edition, variant issue, in Italian, of "Orfeo ed Euridice", 1764

G.F. Handel. First German edition of "Messiah", in Mozart's arrangement, 1803

19 G.F. Handel. First German edition of "Messiah", in Mozart's arrangement, 1803

J. Haydn. First edition of the full score of "The Seasons", 1802

20 J. Haydn. First edition of the full score of "The Seasons", 1802

J.P. Kirnberger. First edition of the second part of "Die Kunst des reinen Satzes", 1774-1779

21 J.P. Kirnberger. First edition of the second part of "Die Kunst des reinen Satzes", 1774-1779

F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Mendelssohn's arrangement for violin and piano of Bach's Partita no.3, 1st movt., 1846

22 F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Mendelssohn's arrangement for violin and piano of Bach's Partita no.3, 1st movt., 1846

F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Autograph manuscript of the vocal duet "Sonntagslied", for female voices and piano

23 F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Autograph manuscript of the vocal duet "Sonntagslied", for female voices and piano

F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Two first editions, including of the full score of "Elijah", c.1839-1847

24 F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Two first editions, including of the full score of "Elijah", c.1839-1847

W.A. Mozart. First edition of the full score of "Don Giovanni", 1801

25 W.A. Mozart. First edition of the full score of "Don Giovanni", 1801

W.A. Mozart. First edition of the full score of "Così fan tutte", 1810

26 W.A. Mozart. First edition of the full score of "Così fan tutte", 1810

W.A. Mozart. First edition, third issue, of the Requiem, c.1800

27 W.A. Mozart. First edition, third issue, of the Requiem, c.1800

W.A. Mozart. Two song editions, 1798-1800

28 W.A. Mozart. Two song editions, 1798-1800

W.A. Mozart. First edition of the first substantial obituary of Mozart, 1792

29 W.A. Mozart. First edition of the first substantial obituary of Mozart, 1792

Musicians. Family portrait formerly regarded as the Bach Family, attributed to Balthasar Denner, possibly early 1730s

30 Musicians. Family portrait formerly regarded as the Bach Family, attributed to Balthasar Denner, possibly early 1730s

G. Rossini. Fine large photograph of Rossini by Nadar, 1857

31 G. Rossini. Fine large photograph of Rossini by Nadar, 1857

F. Schubert. Autograph manuscript of "Hagars Klage", D.5, Schubert's first surviving song, 1811

32 F. Schubert. Autograph manuscript of "Hagars Klage", D.5, Schubert's first surviving song, 1811

F. Schubert. Volume of first and early editions of songs, opp.1-8, 12-14, and 20, five editions with control marks

33 F. Schubert. Volume of first and early editions of songs, opp.1-8, 12-14, and 20, five editions with control marks

F. Schubert. "Die Sehnsucht", D.636, first edition, 1826

34 F. Schubert. "Die Sehnsucht", D.636, first edition, 1826

F. Schubert. One first and one early song edition (op.72 and op.12), 1827 and after 1822, respectively

35 F. Schubert. One first and one early song edition (op.72 and op.12), 1827 and after 1822, respectively

F. Schubert. "Winterreise", early edition, 1828, or later

36 F. Schubert. "Winterreise", early edition, 1828, or later

F. Schubert. "Schwanengesang", first edition, second issue, c.1829

37 F. Schubert. "Schwanengesang", first edition, second issue, c.1829

R. Schumann. "Husarenlieder", first edition, 1852

38 R. Schumann. "Husarenlieder", first edition, 1852

K. Weill. Autograph musical quotation signed from "The Threepenny Opera", 1936

39 K. Weill. Autograph musical quotation signed from "The Threepenny Opera", 1936

Album. Autograph music album of Marie-Louise Schenker-Angerer, 1924-1972

40 Album. Autograph music album of Marie-Louise Schenker-Angerer, 1924-1972

J.S. Bach. Printed editions of the 'Goldberg Variations' and Clavier-Übung III, early C19th

41 J.S. Bach. Printed editions of the 'Goldberg Variations' and Clavier-Übung III, early C19th

J.S. Bach. Scribal manuscript score of the Brandenburg Concerto no.5, Berlin, c.1840-1858

42 J.S. Bach. Scribal manuscript score of the Brandenburg Concerto no.5, Berlin, c.1840-1858

J.S. Bach. Three nineteenth-century church music editions, from the collection of Ernst Rudorff, c.1818-1830

43 J.S. Bach. Three nineteenth-century church music editions, from the collection of Ernst Rudorff, c.1818-1830

[S. Barber] Franco Zeffirelli. Costume design for Octavian in the Met production of "Antony and Cleopatra", 1966

44 [S. Barber] Franco Zeffirelli. Costume design for Octavian in the Met production of "Antony and Cleopatra", 1966

L. v. Beethoven. Collection of ten first and early editions of his keyboard music, c.1800-1823

45 L. v. Beethoven. Collection of ten first and early editions of his keyboard music, c.1800-1823

H. Berlioz. Three autograph letters signed, to E. Plouvier, H. Schlesinger, and H. Ferrand, 1857-1864

46 H. Berlioz. Three autograph letters signed, to E. Plouvier, H. Schlesinger, and H. Ferrand, 1857-1864

J. Brahms. Important series of 44 autograph letters signed, to Friedrich Chrysander, mostly unpublished, 1869-1894

47 J. Brahms. Important series of 44 autograph letters signed, to Friedrich Chrysander, mostly unpublished, 1869-1894

M. Bruch. Two partly autograph sources for the opera "Die Loreley", 1863

48 M. Bruch. Two partly autograph sources for the opera "Die Loreley", 1863