Randegger, Alberto

SKU: 6023475

Sale priceDhs. 283.28 Regular priceDhs. 455.70


Autograph letter signed, one page, 4,5 x 7 inch, Portman Square (London), `Monday morning` (no year), to an unidentified correspondent - concerning the transport of a piano, written and signed in dark ink "A. Randegger", attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph (with a facsimile signature), shows Alberto Randegger in a 2/3 length portrait (altogether 11,75 x 8,25 inch), with two horizontal letter folds, a vertical tear (circa 1 inch) to the upper half, and mild creasing & foxing - in fine to good condition.

"The stupid servant has refused to take in the Piano you sent, because you had no order to take the other away - Please to send it as soon as possible, as I shall (illegible) it by one o`clock - I am very sorry of the mistake, and the trouble I thus give you - yours truly
A. Randegger"

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(1832 - 1911) Italian-born composer, conductor and singing teacher, best known for promoting opera and new works of British music in England during the Victorian era and for his widely used textbook on singing technique

Year of Birth: 1832

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