Title: Autograph Musical Quotation Signed.
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
This German violinist played with the prestigious Frankfurt Quartet and played the premiere performance of the Brahms concerto in New York and Paris. AMuQS, 1p, heavy stock 3¼" X 2½", n.p. [Chicago], 1905 December 16. Very good. Slightest of age toning; mounting traces on verso. On a 3¼" X 1" slip neatly tipped to the center of this heavy card, Heerman neatly and boldly writes out several measures of intricate music, identifying it above as "Rondo Beethoven" (it's from the third movement of Beethoven's violin concerto). On the heavy stock card above this slip, he adds, "To Miss F. Maryanna Neumann," and below the slip he writes, "Remembrance of 16 Dec. 1905 / Hugo Heermann." Heerman taught in Chicago from 1906 to 1909, so this was written on the eve of his residency there. Quite attractive and very uncommon. Bookseller Inventory # 20964
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