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20990. Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907).
Two Postcard Photographs

Pair of postcard photographs of the important violinist, shown playing his instrument in one of the images and reading in the other.  Signature facsimile printed to each.  Silvering to margins of one, overall in fine condition.  5.25 x 3.25 inches (13.3 x 8.2 cm.).

14389. Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907).
1877 Engraved Portrait in "The Graphic"

Cover page from the influential illustrated weekly "The Graphic," featuring a large engraved portrait of the important violinist and Brahms collaborator. Dated March 10, 1877. The image is captioned: "Herr Joseph Joachim, the new Doctor of Music, Cambridge University." Engraved by Roberts. The verso includes texts on the "Topics of the Week." Slightly irregularly trimmed but overall in fine condition. 11.25 x 16 inches (28.5 x 40.3 cm).

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7137. [Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907)].
Memorial Concert Program

1907 Memorial concert program honoring the great Hungarian violinist, dedicatee of the Brahms Concerto and many other works. The performers included Max Burkhardt, Fritz Becker, Severin Eisenberger, R.F. Mannreich and Ossip Schnirlin, with works by Verdi, Schubert, Brahms, and Joachim. Single sheet, rather toned with a horizontal folding crease and two small corner tears; overall very good. 5.75 x 9 inches (14.7 x 22.8 cm). Read More...

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Program, unsigned
Classical Music

13686. Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907).
Signed Carte De Visite Photograph

An early original signed H. Hering of London CDV portrait of the great Hungarian violinist, dedicatee of the Brahms Concerto and many other works. Joachim is shown as a young man, seated with his violin on the table next to him, a framed portrait of Stradivari on the wall over his shoulder. 3 x 4.5 inches. Upper edge slightly trimmed, else fine. An ideal example.

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13669. Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907).
Autograph Letter mentioning Frau Schumann

Autograph letter from the great Hungarian violinist, dedicatee of the Brahms Concerto and many other works, addressed to a "Herr Geheimrath" (privy councilor), probably the Frankfurt banker Ladenburg, and dated January 6 [1879?]. Translated from the German: "The time of my Frankfurt concert draws near, and your old friend and guest gets in touch again. Can he take up his quarters, or do you have another, dearer visitor? I was very pleased about the news of your son's engagement, and congratulate him heartily. Frau Schumann wants to discuss possible plans for me with you, quartets at your house, etc." 1 p. of a bifolium with one crease and a small tape reinforcement inside; overall in fine condition. 4.5 x 7 inches (11.5 x 17.9 cm). Read More...

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13589. Joachim, Joseph. (1831-1907) .
Original Woodburytype Photograph

Original woodburytype photograph of the great Hungarian violinist, dedicatee of the Brahms Concerto and many other works. Circa 1885, Downey - London.  Image measures 3.75 x 5.5 inches. Mounted to board 7.5 x 9.5 inches. The photo is in quite good condition, the board has some visible chips and one corner taped repair.

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18210. [Joachim, Joseph. (1831–1907)] Schmutzer, Ferdinand. (1870–1928).
"Das Joachim-Quartett" - Large Original Etching

Enormous original 1904 etching depicting the renowned Joachim Quartet (Joseph Joachim, Robert Hausmann, Emanuel Wirth and Carl Halir) rehearsing a Beethoven quartet. Etching and drypoint. Signed in the plate and by hand by the engraver, Ferdinand Schmutzer. Described as "perhaps the largest plate ever etched." (Thieme-B. XXX, 184: "Wohl die größte Platte, die je radiert wurde.") Weixlgärtner VIII, 77. Image size 33.5 x 48.5 inches (85.5 x 123 cm). Framed. Some light scratches, foxing and toning. Read More...

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Art & Design
A resident of Madison, Wisconsin, Knute Reindahl distinguishing himself as an ornamental carver and instrument-maker. He became a prolific maker of sonorous and ornately carved violins, violas, and cellos and in 1914 was unanimously elected by his peers as the first president of the newly formed American Academy of Violin Makers. Read More...

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Ephemera
Classical Music

6547. [Beethoven, Ludwig van. (1770–1827)] Joachim, Joseph. (1831–1907).
Large Signed Portrait featuring the Beethoven Violin Concerto

Impressive original large engraving depicting Joachim seated in a three quarter length pose. Published by Casper of Berlin, 1899, and bearing an engraved musical quotation of the Beethoven Violin Concerto in the lower border. Signed by Joachim in pencil with his name alone to the lower border. 14.5 x 20 inches, mounted to 20 x 26 inches overall. Fine. Read More...

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A remarkable album of over 90 original concert programs, clippings, tickets and flyers chronicling musical performances in 1890's Brighton, London, and Germany, with a predominance of important pianists and violinists represented, as well as opera and theatre programs, and a ticket to the Wagner Nights. Highlights of the performers represented include Emil Sauer, Ignace Paderewski, Pablo de Sarasate, Joseph Joachim, Nellie Melba, Adelina Patti, Emma Albani, and Henry Irving. Many of the programs with notes from the collector; the album is signed by the collector, Sybil Mary Curtis, on the front pastedown, and dated January 3, 1896. Heavy wear to the binding, with spine and boards largely detached; toning. Most programs laid down to the pages, with some loosely laid in. Most programs in fine condition and overall very good. 8.5 x 11 inches (22.2 x 28 cm). Read More...

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Program, unsigned
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Opera
Theater
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