Visiting card with autograph note signed

ROUSSEL, Albert 1869-1937

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Ca. 63 x 86 mm. In French (with translation). Roussel asks his correspondent to provide a seat for his wife at an upcoming concert."Please provide a seat for Madame Albert Roussel [at] the Colonne concert on February 27, 1932."Remnants of former mount to verso. "In the music Roussel composed after 1925 he achieved his ideal of 'a music willed and realized for its own sake'. An eclectic, he forged a personal, unique style in a modern idiom resting on the foundations of traditional music. Never having wished for disciples, he remained independent and unique." Nicole Labelle in Grove Music Online. Founded in 1873 by French violinist and conductor Edouard Colonne (1838-1910), the Association Artistique des Concerts Colonne, dedicated to the performance of contemporary French music, is still in existence. Bookseller Inventory # 23355

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