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757. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
Sonate in F dur für Violoncell und Pianoforte, Op. 6

Leipzig: Jos. Aibl Verlag, Universal Edition. 1893. First edition, 2nd Issue. [PN] UE 1007. Score and Part: 8, 25 pp. Richard Strauss: Thematisches Verzeichnis, p. 21. Separating at spine of piano score, otherwise fine. A scarce early edition of the moody and Romantic Sonata composed by Strauss when he was only 19 years old.

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11772. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
Signed Photograph

Exceptional matte-finish 3.25 x 5 postcard portrait of Strauss with a severe expression on his face, signed in black ink, “Dr. Richard Strauss.” Edward Steichen famously photographed Strauss wearing the same vest and jacket. Handsomely double-matted and framed to an overall size of 8.75 x 10.75. In fine condition.

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10649. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
1948 Photograph with Sir Thomas Beecham

Orignal photograph of the 84-year-old composer seated with Sir Thomas Beecham as the London Royal Philharmonic was preparing an all-Strauss performance. Trimmed to 7.25 x 8.5 inches and with a heavy vertical crease.

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957. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
Stimmungsbilder für Klavier. Op. 9.

Leipzig: Jos. Aibl. 1903. 23 pages. [PN] R. 2570-74. Early edition of this group of Strauss "Moods and Fancies" for piano, composed in 1883-84.



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11086. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
Signed Portrait

Attractive early signed lithograph portrait of the great composer, boldly signed and inscribed to the pianist and conductor Liborius Hauptmann (Pacific Salon Orchestra) and dated Wien 15.5.24. 15 x 26 cm (6 x 10 inches), in very fine condition, nicely matted and framed to 28 x 38 cm (11 x 15 inches).

Strauss inaugurated his sixtieth birthday celebrations by conducting the first performance of Schlagobers [Strauss’ ballet Schlagobers, op. 70 (“Whipped Cream”)] in Vienna on 9 May,...Read More.


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180. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
Op. 63] Josephs Legende. Handlung in einem Aufzuge von Harry Graf Kessler und Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Opus 63. Vollständiger Klavierauszug zu 2 Händen mit Hinzufügung der Handlung (deutsch-englischer Text). Arrangement von Otto Singer

Berlin: Adolph Fürstner. 1923. PN. A. 7302 F. Superb copy, bearing the original gilt decorative cover, rebound nicely in gilt-stamped cloth.

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9919. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949).
FESTLICHES PRÄLUDIUM FÜR GROSSES ORCHESTER UND ORGEL zur Einweihung des Wiener Konzerthauses am 19. Oktober 1913...Orchester-Partitur (zum Studiengebrauch)

Berlin: Adolph Furstner. 1913. First edition. Miniature full score. 14 cm x 24.5 cm. 75 pp. [PN] 7004.

"One can easily make fun of this occasional work, written to open the new Vienna Konzerthaus. Norman Del Mar, in his essential 3-volume study, manages to point out all its flaws. Chief among them, the work has very little contrast. First, it stays mostly in C major, with one rare look-see at a distant key, for nine minutes. Second, it starts out at a grandiloquent level and not only maintains it, but tries to rise even...Read More.


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11517. Strauss, Richard. (1864-1949) [Panzner, Karl. (1866 - 1923)].
Ein Heldenleben. Tondichtung für großes Orchester [...] Op. 40.

Leipzig: Leuckart. 1899. First Edition. Full score. Large upright folio. 139 pp. [PN] 5200. Rubbed and bumped, spine shaken and splitting from the block. Conductor's markings throughout in graphite and colored pencil. The head of the first page of score with the stamp of the Philharmonische Concerte Bremen. Mueller von Asow Bd. 1, p. 241; Trenner, p. 179 (Nr. 190).

The very rare first edition of the conducting score. Presumably, the markings are from Karl Panzner (1866-1923), who led the Philharmonic in Bremen between...Read More.


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