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Category: All Categories: Music: Music Ephemera
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ELVIS PRESLEY STANHOPE KEYCHAIN VIEWER.
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Publisher: Unmarked..
2" l. tapering body of lavender plastic with a lens in one end & a color photo of Elvis in the other. Body tapers from 3/4" to 5/8" at viewing end. Brass chain attached marked "Ball Chain", otherwise unmarked. 1950s. Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged.

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Tableaux Vivants, Accompanied by Vocal and Instrumental Music at Cabot Hall, Chicopee, on Monday Evening, March 2nd, 1863
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Publisher: Chicopee, Mass.: Wheelock & Co., prs. [1863].
Broadside, 18.5 x 12.5 cm. Printed within a decorative border. Printed area measures: 16.3 x 9.9 cm. This copy identifies performers in the hand of S. D. Bemis, who signed at top with notes on verso. No copy listed in OCLC. Stock#47889. Vg.

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Chickering Hall. Three Piano Recitals by Vladimir de Pachmann
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Publisher: Boston, Chickering Hall, February [1890].
[8] p.; 23 cm. Recitals of seven, ten, and ten piano selections, mostly Chopin but with minor composers such as Beethoven, Liszt and Shumann added. Stock#47898. Very Good.

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Advertisement  
1917 LADIES HOME JOURNAL PAGE WORLD OF LIVING SONGS IN LIVING PICTURES
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Publisher: 1917.
Ephemera Very Good; 1917 Ladies Home Journal World of Living Songs in Living Pictures. Twelve favorites Posed in Costume as Living Songs to Celebrate National Week of Song. Page is 16" high and 7 1/4" wide. Page is in very good condition, suitable for framing.

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1917 LADIES HOME JOURNAL BARRIENTOS ON COLUMBIA RECORDS MAGAZINEADVERTISEMENT
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Publisher: 1917.
Ephemera Very Good; 1917 Ladies Home Journal Barrientos on Columbia Records Magazine Advertisement. The new Found treasure voice of the Metropolitan Opera can now be heard on Columbia Records. Ad feature Barrientos as Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor. Ad is 16" high and 10 1/2" wide. Advertisement is in good condition, wear and small tears at edges, suitable for framing.

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Advertisement  
1916 LADIES HOME JOURNAL COLUMBIA RECORDS MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT
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Publisher: 1916.
Ephemera Very Good; 1916 Ladies Home Journal Columbia Records Magazine Advertisement. Eugen Ysaye and Josef Hoffmann Recorded on Columbia Double Disc Records. Ad is 16" high and 10" wide. Advertisement is in very good condition, suitable for framing.

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1917 LADIES HOME JOURNAL MADAME BUTTERFLY ON COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA MAGAZINEADVERTISEMENT
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Publisher: 1917.
Ephemera Very Good; 1917 Ladies Home Journal Madame Butterfly on Columbia Grafonola Magazine Advertisement. Grand Opera Comes to Life through the Magic Portals of a Columbia Grafonola. Ad is 16" high and 10" wide. Advertisement is in very good condition, suitable for framing.

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Advertisement  
1947 FRANK SINATRA COLUMBIA RECORDS MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT
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Publisher: 1947.
Ephemera Very Good; 1947 Columbia Records Life Magazine Advertisement. Featuring Frank Sinatra, Les Brown, Pearl Bailey, Claude Thornhill, and The Modernaires. Hear the Great Artists at Their Best on Columbia Records. Ad is 13 1/2" high and 10 1/2" across. Very Good condition, slight wear at edges. Suitable for framing.

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Advertisement  
1947 RECORDS FOR APRIL RCA VICTOR RECORDS MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT
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Publisher: 1947.
Ephemera Very Good; 1947 RCA Victor Records Life Magazine Advertisement. Featuring Horowitz, Koussevitzky and Shaw. The World's Greatest Artists are Naturally Yours on RCA Victor Records. Ad is 13 1/2" high and 10 1/2" across. Very Good condition, slight wear at edges. Suitable for framing.

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10.
Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971  
Louis Armstrong and his Concert Group. Satchmo the Great

Publisher: Associated Booking Corp., NY [196-?].
[20]-page publicity program to accompany concert tour; includes clipping of review from Providence [RI] Journal-Bulletin by Bradford Swan and program for the same concert. 30.5 cm. Photos of Armstrong, Mort Herbert, Danny Barcelona, Billy Kyle, 'Peanuts' Hucko, Trummy Young, Velma Middleton; reviews from international tours reprinted with photos on every page, plus a biography of Armstrong. Stapled in pictorial paper covers; minor wear; VG+. stock#40917 {ns}.

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Auber. Bishop. Boieldieu. Cline. Coolidge. Fadinni. George. Gildon. Herz. Hews. Iucho. Jones. Kiallmark. Kingsley. Rigg.  
piano music in Boston

Publisher: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835.
Private collection of 66 pieces of music, printed in America, most for piano four hands. Printed primarily in New York City (slightly over half) and Boston, with Philadelphia (5), Baltimore (2), and Providence (2) imprints. Many pieces have the stamps of Boston music stores. Those with dates range between 1831 and 1835, when this collection was assembled. Includes American Coin A New National Song; Ap Shenkin A Dance; Auber, Invitation To The Ball; Beethoven; Bellini; Henry Rowley Bishop, My Heart and Lute; François Adrien Boieldieu, Overture to the Opera of the Caliph of Bagdad; Bonny Boat; By the Margin of Fair Zurich's Waters; Chorus Jig; Coolidge, Song of the Zephyrs; Copenhagen Waltz (2); Dance in Tekeli; Devil's Dream, a Dance; Downfall of Paris; Durang's Horn-Pipe; Fadinni, Le Elegante Waltz; George, Admired Sett of Cotillions, from the Opera of La Dame Blanche; Gildon's Celebrated March for Piano Forte or Harp; Girl I Left Behind Me; Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Evening Song to Virgin & Messenger Bird; Herr Cline's Dance; Henri Herz, Waltz Rondo for the Piano Forte; Hews, Quincys Quick Step; I Won't Be a Nun!; Irish Washerwoman; Isle of the Sky; Wilhelm Iucho, Introduction & Variations, on a Favorite French Air; Jones, Mellow Horn!; George Kiallmark, Fleuve du Tage; George Kingsley, I Would Not Live Alway; Lee Rigg; Lord McDonald's Reel; 'O! dear what can the matter be'; Thomas Moore, Arabys Daughter; Switzers' Song of Home, A Ballad; Mozart; Steam Boat Quick Step; François Joseph Naderman, Tyrolesian Air; Let Us Haste to Kelvin Grove; John Richardson, Butterfly Waltz; Auld Lang Syne; Rossini; Richard Ryan, O saw ye the Lass wi the bonny blue Een; Bonaparte's Retreat from Moscow; Oliver Shaw, Gov. Arnold's March; Soldier's Joy; Speed the Plough; Stop Waltz; Terpodian Waltz; Duncan Gray; Johann Heinrich Walch, Nahant March; Weber, Hunter's Chorus; White Cockade; Thomas Williams, Bride's Farewell. 66 pieces reflecting historical and social as well as musical developments. Bound in three-quarter leather with brown marbled paper boards. Some pieces are foxed and there are a few tears, but for the most part this is a nice exemplar of musical New England. stock#NS302.

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Barry, Mrs. C. A.  
Farewell Concert. Mrs. C. A. Barry... at Boston Music Hall, Saturday Evening, April 2d, 1870
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, April 2, 1870.
[1] p.; 21.5 x 13.5 cm. Mrs. Barry, "a gifted singer", "formerly Mrs. Careey", from what I have been able to piece together, seems to have been a Boston-based contralto active in many area performances. This handbill printed on lime-green paper. Stock#47912. Good+, some chips at edges.

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Barry, Mrs. C. A.  
Farewell Concert. Mrs. C.A. Barry Respectfully Anmounces… On Saturday Evening, April 2, 1870...

Publisher: Boston, Boston Music Hall, April 2d 1870.
one page. 21 x 11 cm. This version of the announcement continues: "where she will be assisted by Miss Anna Mehlig, the distinguished pianist" 8 other artists and the Mendelssohn Quintette Club. Stock# 47912A. Vg.

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Bennett & Moulton's Juvenile Opera Company  
To-Night… Bennett & Moulton's Juvenile Opera Company In their Great Rendering… H.M.S. Pinafore...
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Publisher: Bosto, Bennett & Moulton's Juvenile Opera Company [ca. 1881].
1 p.; 22.5 x 10.5 cm. Seth C. Bennett's company was famous for its Pinafore which featured Master Thomas Bennett as Sir Joseph Porter and Master Harry Bennett as Capt. Corcoran (the producer featuring his sons?) in "this Miniature Cast". Rare notice of performance in Boston, but where and when? Stock#47906. Fragile with chipping.

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Bijou Opera House, Boston  
Week of March 10, 1902… H.M.S. Pinafore… Cavalleria Rusticana...
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Publisher: Boston, Bijou Opera House, 1902.
[16] p., illus.; 20 cm. "Next week--Verdi's La Traviata." The list of "Bijou Operas" (page [7]) includes five by Sullivan and not this Pinafore. Stock#47905. Good plus, the two signatures are virtually detached.

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Borge, Victor  
Victor Borge Comedy with Music with Marylyn Mulvey

Publisher: Boston, Colonial Theatre, [1979?].
. Playbill, 1 sheet, 2 p. Ephemera Good condition

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Boston Music Hall  
Carlo Lefranc, Friday Evening, Sept. 30th 1870...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 30 September 1870.
[4] p.; 21.5 x 14 cm. "Signor Biscaceianti has the honor to announce …he will inaugurate the musical season in Boston." Stock#47934. Vg

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Boston Music Hall  
Monster Concert! Independent Boston Fusiliers! On Saturday Evening, October 3d, 1857 Programme
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 3 October 1857.
One page, 30 x 16 cm. The Independent Boston Fusiliers, instituted May 11th, Chartered July 4th 1787, Attached to 1st Reg. 1st Brig. 1st Division and fought at First Bull Run. Performers: Gilmore's Salem Brass Band, Flagg's Cornet Band, and Mrs. J.H. Long, soprano (Boston based vocal teacher whose students include Geraldine Farrar). Stock#L476a. Good, corners frayed.

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Boston Music Hall  
The Boston Brigade Band Will Give a Grand Concert… of Marches, Quicksteps, and Melodies of the Olden Time...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 5 June 1858.
One page, 29.5 x 13 cm. Organized in 1821, disbanded in 1863, the Boston Brigade Band was a brass and reed band that performed in Boston and New England. The band this night consisted of 25 reeds and 19 brass playing separately and in unison. Stock#L477. Good / tears with loss of text top and bottom.

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Boston Music Hall Association  
Boston, August 1st, 1867. The Directors of the Boston Music Hall Association deem it necessary ...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall Association, 1867.
1 p.; 20 x 12.5 cm. Letter continues: "to inform the stockholders that an effort is being made to purchase their Stock, by parties (as the Directors believe) in disposing of the property …" Stock#47927. Vg/

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Boston Music Hall Association  
Officers of the Boston Music Hall Association, Who Are Entitled to Two Free Admisissions...
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Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Music Hall Association, 1864.
1 page, 20.5 x 12.5 cm. Broadside dated July 1, 1864. Founder and President J. Baxter Upham had balcony seats (if he had gotten the family of the 2nd and 6th U.S. Presidents he could have had Upham and Adam). An administrative document for an important Boston cultural landmark. Stock#47894x. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall Association, Treasurer  
Boston Music Hall Association. A Dividend is Now Payable...
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Publisher: Boston Music Hall Association, July 3d, 1871.
1 page; 18.5 x 13.5 cm. Henry F. Waters, Treasurer, announces dividend to shareholders on July 3, 1871. Stock#47893x. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall Association, Treasurer, Henry F. Waters  
Boston Music Hall Association. A Dividend Is Now Payable...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall Association, July 3, 1871.
1 p.; 18.5 x 12 cm. This two-line notice from an archive of documents relted to the Boston Music Hall Association reveals its business and Boston's sophisticated musical community in the decades following the War of Rebellion. Stock#47928/ Vg.

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Boston Music Hall Association, Treasurer, Henry F. Waters  
Boston, July 1, 1870. To the Shareholders of the Boston Music Hall Association
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall Association, 1870.
1 p.; 19.5 x 12.5 cm. "A dividend of six percent, free of government tax, has been declared…" Signed in type, Henry F. Waters. Stock#47926x. Vg

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Boston Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts. Bull, Ole Bornemann, 1810-1880  
Ole Bull's Grand Concert, Boston Music Hall Friday Evening Jan. 15, 1869
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Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Music Hall, January 1869.
One page, 21.5 x 10 cm. The Norwegian violinist played three of his own compositions in this concert with orchestra, solo piano, and three singers. Stock#47902. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts. Bull, Ole Bornemann, 1810-1880  
Music Hall Friday Nov. 24th… Grand Concert… Ole Bull Aptommas, Swedish Lady Quartette...
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Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Music Hall, 1870.
[4] p.; 15 x 12 cm. "Ole Bornemann Bull, 1810–1880, was a Norwegian violinist and composer. In 1870, at age 60, he married a 20-year-old Wisconsin girl. He owned large tracts in Pennsylvania and Maine and performed regularly in the United States. Stock#47890x. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts. Demorest, Vienna, 1847-1931  
Boston Music Hall, Tuesday Evening, April 25, 1871. Grand Concert. Miss Vienna Demorest...
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Publisher: Boston, Music Hall, 1871.
[2] p., portrait; 24 cm. The inaugural concert of this woman composer and singer, noted in Dwight's Journal of Music, May 1872, p. 27. Stock#47887. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall. A. P. Peck, manager  
Boston Music Hall. Mr. A. P. Peck's Grand Concerts, Postponed on account of the fire, will be given… Friday, December 20th
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall [1872].
3 p.; 21.5 x 14 cm. The great Boston Fire occurred on the night of 9 /10 November 1872, but the Music Hall survived and its manager, A. P. Peck, mounted performances barely a month later, on Friday the 20th and Saturday the 21st, with an orchestra that played Beethoven's 6th Symphony on Friday and pops pieces the next afternoon. Stock#47925. vg.

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Boston Music Hall. Buck, Dudley, 1839-1909  
Boston Music Hall. Organ Recital by Mr. Dudley Buck, Organist to the Music Hall Associates
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall [1872].
2 p.; 17.5 x 11.5. The undated program includes Bach, Beethoven, Lemmens, Wagner and Rossini's William Tell Overture (fun on an organ!). The verso has a notice of the 1872 program of the New England Conservatory of Music, "(the Largest Music School in the World)", signed in type E. [Eben] Tourjee. The NEC (established in 1867) was "located in this building", i.e., the Music Hall. Stock#47924. Vg

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Boston Music Hall. Peck, A. P., d. 1885, manager  
Second Grand Russian Concert, Tuesday Evening, Jan. 25, 1870
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Publisher: Boston Music Hall, 25 January 1870.
One page, 23 x 12.5 cm. "Under the direction of the celebrated Mr. Dimitri Agreneff Slaviansky, tenor…All of which appear in National Fancy Costumes." "A Russian Male Choir of nine voices, under Dimitri Agreneff Slaviansky, visited America…" in 1870 (Annals of Music in America): "Prince Dimitri Alexandrovitch Agreneff, received the Slaviansky title from Czar Alexander II for his work in collecting Russian and Slavic melodies." Stock#47300A. Vg.

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Boston Music Hall. Peck, A. P., d. 1885, manager. Toedt, M. E. Smith, H. M. Feasenden, W. H. Barnabee, H. C.  
Mr. A.P. Peck's Grand Concerts Programme For Saturday Afternoon, Dec. 30… 1871
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 30 December 1871.
One page. 27.5 x 13 cm. Program featuring: The Temple Quartette, a Boston group; Miss M.E. Toedt, violin; Mrs. H. M. Smith, Soprano; W. H Feasenden, tenor; H. C. Barnabee, basso; M. Arbuckle, cornetist; Howard M. Dow, piano. Stock#L475x. Good, tops of all copies frayed.

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Boston Music Hall. Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905  
Music Hall. Mr. A. P. Peck Begs To Announce that the Annual Benefit will take place on Wednesday Evening, April 1st, 1874
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, April 1, 1874.
[3] p.; 21 x 14 cm. Theodore Thomas and his Grand Orchestra played Wagner, Raff, Liszt and Weber, and three singers provided interludes. Stock# 47923. Vg

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Boston Music Hall. Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905  
Boston Music Hall. Theodore Thomas' Fifth Grand Matinee. Saturday Afternoon. Feb. 19, 1876
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Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Music Hall, February 19, 1876.
[4] p.; 21.5 cm. Title from page [3]. Cover title: On Wednesday, March 1st, 1876, Theo Thomas's Sixth and Last Symphony Concert. The soloist is Anna Drasdill, Contralto. Stock#47903. Good, dirt creased into vertical fold on front cover.

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Boston Music Hall. Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905  
Mr. A. P. Peck's Benefit Concerts. Wednesday, April 13th [1870]. Theodore Thomas and his Grand Orchestra
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall [1870].
1 page; 21 x 11 cm. A. P. Peck, manager of the Boston Music Hall, presented an annual benefit concert and frequently featured conductor Theodore Thomas, who had formed probably the best orchestra in the U.S. and who in 1890 founded the Chicago Symphony. Good +, paper thin & fragile, torn along fold at Thomas's name. Stock#47921.

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Boston Music Hall. Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905  
Mr. A. P. Peck's Annual Benefit Concert, on Wednesday Evening, April 12th [1871]. Theodore Thomas and His Grand Orchestra
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall [1871].
[4] p.; 21.5 x 14 cm. Performers: Miss Clara Louise Kellogg, Miss Annie Cary, Miss Anna Mehlig, and Mr. E. Perabo …Admission One Dollar. Stock#47922x. Vg.

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36.
Boston Music Hall. Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905. Wieniawski, Henryk, 1835-1880. Rubinstein, Anton, 1829-1894  
Mr. A. P. Peck's Annual Benefit Concert, Boston Music Hall, Wednesday Evening, April 9th, 1878
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 9 April 1878.
1 p.; 20 x 11 cm. "Grand Combination of the Rubinstein and Theo. Thomas Concert Companies. First joint appearance of Anton Rubinstein, Henri Wieniawski, Theodore Thomas and his Unrivaled Orchestra." Stock#47933. Vg

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37.
Boston Symphony Orchestra  
Sixty-Fifth Season, 1945-1946 Concert Bulletin of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Publisher: Boston Symphony Orchestra Boston, 1945.
Good+, Paperback One corner curled; Paperbacks. B&W illustrations, many ads. 80 pp. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 80 pages

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38.
Colcord, Joanna C., editor. [Maitland, Richard]  
'Paddy Get Back' [caption title]

Publisher: American Neptune / Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine, 1942.
[3] p., 25 cm. 'In 'The American Neptune', I (1941), 62, Mr. William B. Sturtevant gives the words of a capstan chanty which he calls 'The Oxford.' It is more commonly known as 'Paddy Get Back.' I believe it to be of late origin (1850 or after). Its rollicking tune, which probably boasts a music-hall origin, has never appeared in print, so far as I know. There are many versions...' 'With the Season's Greetings from the Editors of 'The American Neptune Christmas 1942'. Pink laid paper; inconspicuous closed tear in fore edges (the mailer is also torn) & a light rust mark above title from the mailer clasp; VG in original mailer with 1 1/2-cent stamp. Stock#32537.

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39.
Columbia Records  
COLUMBIA RECORDS A Complete Catalog October 1940

Publisher: Columbia Recording Corporation Bridgeport, CT 1940.
Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edges worn. One page bottom has a tear. Pages yellowing ; B&W Illustrations; 317 pages

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40.
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company  
Colonial Theatre, Boston
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Publisher: Boston, Colonial Theatre, April 18 to 24, 1937.
[10] p. incl. covers; 22.5 cm. Sixteen performances of nine operas in twelve days. Cover title. Stock#47892. Vg.

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41.
Dolby, George, 1831-1900  
Mr. George Dolby's Ballad Concerts at Boston Music Hall, Saturday, October 14… 1871
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Publisher: [Boston] Music Hall [1871].
2 p.; 22 x 15 cm. George Dolby was a leading English theatrical manager, best known for managing the reading tours of Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. The Music Hall was Boston's premier musical venue. Stock#47908. Good+, some edge wear.

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42.
Field, Kate, 1838-1996  
Miss Kate Field in the Musical Monologue Entitled Eyes and Ears of London
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Publisher: [Boston, Massachusetts, 1880].
[1] p.; 23.5 x 15 cm. The multi-talented Kate Field's stage show. "Kate Field brings back with her from London a somewhat novel entertainment-- neither a lecture, nor monologue, nor concert-- but a little of all three." The opera parody was written for her by George Grossmith of Gilbert & Sullivan fame. Performed in Boston, March 19, 1880, it was a great hit. Stock#47911. Very Good.

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43.
Harvard Musical Association. Zerrahn, Carl, 1826-1909. Gade, Niel, 1817-1890  
Harvard Musical Association. Sixth Symphonic Concert (Eleventh Season) at the Boston Music Hall, Thursday Afternoon
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Harvard Musical Association, 1876.
4 p.; 22 x 14 cm. Conducted by Carl Zerrahn, this concert took place on 20 January 1876, featuring the Cecilia Chorus in Niel Gade's Comala. Beethoven's Fidelio Overture, no. 4, opened the concert; his 5th Symphony closed it. Stock#47929. Vg.

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44.
Harvard Musical Association. Zerrahn, Carl, 1826-1909. Spohr, Ludwig, 1784-1859  
Seventh Symphony Concert (Eleventh Season) at the Boston Music Hall, Thursday… Feb. 3, 1876
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Harvard Musical Association, 1876.
3 p.; 22.5 x 14 cm. Zerrahn conducted Ludwig Spohr's Double Symphony and B. J. Lang in Saint-Saens' Second Piano Concerto. Stock#47930. Vg

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45.
Henke, James and Van Der Meer, Ron.  
The Rock Pack.

Publisher: Univerrse Publishing.
Dated 1997, very good condition with CD in pocket on front cover. All popups work. An interactive book of the Rock and Roll Museum's artists. Has many pictures, illustrations and small booklets. CD contains interviews with some of the leaders in the great world of Rock! First Edition Hard Cover

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46.
Kenilworth Inn, Asheville, North Carolina  
Kenilworth Inn, Thursday Evening, April 28, 1892. The Phenomenal Boy Soprano Master Cyril Roderic Tyler...
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Publisher: Biltmore Station, Asheville, North Carolina, Kenilworth Inn.
[2] p.; 22.5 x 14.5 cm. Cyril Roderic Tyler, son of American musicians, was born in Italy and toured extensively. Not much is known of his repertoire; this handbill gives valuable information as well as providing an engraved view of "Biltmore Station". The present Kenilworth Inn was built in 1917. Stock#47909. Very Good.

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47.
Kubelik, Jan, 1880-1940  
Second Recital by Jan Kubelik Assisted by Miss Maria Victoria Torrilhon Solo Pianist Herr Friml Accompanist...
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Publisher: Boston, Symphony Hall, January 1, 1902.
[2] p.; 23.5 cm. The young Czech violinist played three Paganini pieces accompanied by equally young pianist and composer Rudolf Friml, who after 1906 made his career in the U.S. Maria Victoria Torrilhon (1865-1940) provided piano interludes. Stock#47900. Very Good.

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48.
Mechanics Hall, Worcester, MA. Mehlig, Anna, 1846-1928  
Programmes Miss Anna Mehlig's Matinees, March 19th, 22d and 26th...
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Publisher: Worcester, Massachusetts, Mechanics Hall [1873].
[4] p.; 13.5 x 12.5 cm. Anna Mehlig, the German pianist, had successful concert tours in the United States. There was always Listz and Chopin and a good variety of others from Bach to contemporaries. These concerts were reviewed in Dwight's Journal of Music, Sat. 5 April 1873, p. 413. Stock#47936. Vg.

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49.
Meionaon, Boston  
Mr. & Mrs. Georg Henschel's Vocal Recitals
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Publisher: Boston, Meionaon, January 1887.
[2]-8 p.; 22 cm. Breslau-born baritone Georg Henschel (1850-1934) married soprano Lilian Bailey (1860-1901) of Boston, which led to Henschel becoming the first conductor of the Boston Symphony in 1881. Released from the BSO after three years, the Henschels continued their vocal careers in Britain but Lilian's family connections brought them to perform in Boston, as in this recital. Stock#47885. Very Good.

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50.
Music Hall / Edinburgh Philharmonic Society.  
Edinburgh Philharmonic Society. Second Season. Second Concert Thursday Evening, 15th February, 1866.
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Publisher: Edinburgh (Scotland) Philharmonic Society, 1866.
[4] pages, 18.5 x 12 cm. Thee program includes the Mendelssohn played by Herr Joachim as well as, appropriately, the composer's "Hebriden" overture. The last page lists the players in the Society. Stock# 47935. Good+, this was mounted on a sheet an inch of which adheres to the top of the last page.

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51.
National Musical Congress  
Annual Convention of the National Musical Congress at the Music Hall, Boston, June 20, 21 and 22, 1871
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], National Musical Congress, 1871.
4 p.; 20.2 x 12.5 cm. Program of events at a gathering of American musical educators meeting at the site of the newly-established New England Conservatory of Music. Initiated by Eben Tourjee in 1869, the Congess advanced the teaching of music in the United States. Stock#47932x. Vg

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52.
Pachmann, Vladimir de, 1848-1933  
Bumstead Hall, Wednesday Afternoon, March 30… Forte Piano Concert by Vladimir de Pachmannn...
 Picture
Publisher: Boston, Music Hall, 30 March [1890].
[3] p.; 23.5 cm. "For the Benefit of the 'Sunnyside Day Nursery'." Bumstead Hall was the smaller auditorium below the Boston Music Hall. The recital consisted of eight pieces by Chopin, the program printing a bar of music for each. Stock#47897. Good, slight tears and nicks along edges.

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53.
Perabo, Johann Ernst, 1845-1920  
First Matinee Given at Horticultural Hall by Ernst Perabo...
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Publisher: Boston, Horticultural Hall, 1870.
[3] p.; 19.5 cm. This recital took place on 28 October 1870. German-born Perabo came to New York with his family in 1852. After 1885 he settled in Boston, where he became Amy Beach's teacher. Stock#47917x. VG.

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54.
Phippen, Joshua, 1857-1955  
Steinert Hall. Three Pianoforte Recitals By Mr. Joshua Phippen...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Steinert Hall, 1889.
[4] p.; 18.5 x 14.5 cm. Phippen-- composer, pianist and organist of Winchester, Massachusetts (his papers are in Salem, the Phillips Library of the Essex Institute)-- played in December 1889 and in January and February 1890 in the Steinert concert hall in the Boylston Hotel which preceded the subterranean one built in 1896. Stock#47907. Very Good.

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55.
Porcaro, Steve Illustrated by: Illustrated by Greg Holford  
Star Licks Master Series : Steve Porcaro
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Publisher: Star Licks Noma Video; Los Angeles: 1987.
Very Good Softcover 23 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; BOOKLET only. This is a 23-page booklet that was originally published with a vhs instructional video on how to use an early computer-based music synthesizer. ; Stiff blue covers, fold-and-staple binding, brief glossary, several b/w diagrams and flowcharts. ; Diagrams and notation by Greg Holford and Wolf Marshall. From blurb: 'Steve Porcaro is an increasingly important force in the evolution of synthesizer technique. His contributions to Toto both as a musical member and accomplished songwriter have helped to develop the enormous popularity of their sound. In this exciting presentation, Steve Porcaro shares many insights and trade secrets which have made his synthesizer work so innovative'. ; Covers are worn around edges, with several tiny chips not affecting text. Interior clean, binding tight. Quite scarce in any condition.

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56.
Richmond, Aaron, 1895-1965  
Aaron Richmond Presents Ignace Jan Paderewski
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Publisher: Boston, Aaron Richmond, 1939.
PLAYBILL. 20 p. incl. covers, illus.; 23.5 cm. Richmond was an "American performing arts manager, pianist, impresario, and educator, based in Boston." Here he presents the 80-year-old Paderewski, the Polish pianist, in concert, Wednesday, May 12, 1939 at the Boston Opera House. Stock#47841. Vg / program.

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57.
Ruben, L. M., management  
Maud Powell: Her Triumphs in Europe and the United States
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Publisher: NY, L.M. Ruben Management [1887].
8 p.; 21 cm. In August 1887 the young American violinist Maud Powell (1867-1920) signed a contract with L.M. Ruben Management for three years of concerts. This pamphlet announces her first in New York at the Music Hall on Wednesday, October 26 [1887] and Saturday the 29th, and cites her already splendid reviews at the beginning of an important international career for the first American woman violinist of distinction. Stock#47884. Vg / program.

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58.
Shaw, Robert  
The Robert Shaw Chorale: Songs for Christmas Time

Publisher: RCA Victor Extended Play 45 record cover sleeve, [ca. 1950s].
A cardboard 45-rpm record cover sleeve shaped at the top as a round Christmas ornament with hole for hanging on a tree. One side is red and black, the reverse silver and black. Does not contain the actual record, however. The 45 within the sleeve is a Christmas recording by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. A nice little bit of Shaw paper ephemera.

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59.
Spaulding, Georgie Dean, 1843-1905. Thayer, Whitney Eugene, 1838-1889  
Concert of Spaulding's Swiss Bell Ringers, Vocalists, Harpists, Violinists and Comedians at Music Hall...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], City of Boston, 1868.
1 p.; 20.5 x 13 cm. At head of title: "City of Boston Anniversary Celebration July 4, 1868." Recently (i.e. 1865) Boston-based William P. and Georgie Dean Spaulding were early in a successful career of musical performers. There were other bell-ringer acts, but Georgie was "the real thing," playing harp, bells, and singing. That they were featured for Boston's celebration of Independence Day was a measure of their success. The organist was [Whitney] Eugene Thayer, 1838-1889. Stock#47931. Very Good with stain (spilled ink?) along edge.

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60.
The Handel & Haydn Society. Harvard Musical Society Association. Boston Music Hall Association  
Normal Diapason! Boston, May 5, 1869...
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Publisher: Boston [Massachusetts], Boston Music Hall, 1869.
1 p.; 19.5 x 12 cm. With the Great National Peace Jubilee to be held in the city on June 10th, the three most influential Boston musical organizations-- The Handel and Haydn Society, the Associations of the Harvard Musical Society and the Boston Music Hall-- formed a committee to determine standard musical pitch for the events. The Music Hall organ, built in accordance with French normal diapason, became the Boston standard. Stock#47939.

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61.
The Philadelphia Orchestra Association  
The Journal of the Philadelphia Orchestra (incomplete Run of 21 Issues, 1918-1947)

Publisher: The Philadelphia Orchestra Association Philadelphia, 1947.
Very Good, Paperback Age-toning/light edge wear to some issues, dates range from 1918 to 1947 (mostly late 30s & early-mid 40s) ; Paperbacks. B&W illustrations, many ads. Collection of 21 performance programs. Incomplete run - contact us for exact dates. Sold as lot only; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

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62.
The Philadelphia Orchestra Association  
The Journal of the Philadelphia Orchestra (Academy of Music Season 1939-1940, Ninth Program, December 1,2, and 4)

Publisher: The Philadelphia Orchestra Association Philadelphia, 1940.
Very Good, Paperback Paperbacks. B&W illustrations, many ads. Apprx 20 pp. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

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63.
Witmark, Jacob  
Songland, Being a Catalog Devoted to Beautiful Ballads for all Voices : Selected from the Witmark Black and White Series, 1923

Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons; N. Y. : 1923.
Fair Softcover 46 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Flimsy white catalog, fold-and-staple binding, 46 unnumbered pages, each with the first 8 or 12 measures of a popular song, with piano accompaniment, plus the complete lyrics as a poem, plus a small b/w image of the front cover of the sheet music, with current (1923) pri ces for solo, duet, quartet, etc, versions. ; Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. Rear cover and last two leaves discolored from dampness but all readable. Binding tight. Scarce. Sold as it.

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