Manuscript/Mixed Material Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany to unidentified correspondent,
About this Item
- Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany to unidentified correspondent,
- Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886, author
- Menter, Sophie, 1846-1918, addressee
- Rosenthal, Harry, donor
- Harry Rosenthal Collection on Franz Liszt (Library of Congress)
- - Liszt, Franz,--1811-1886--Correspondence
- - Menter, Sophie,--1846-1918--Correspondence
- - Composers--Correspondence
- Personal correspondence
- - Holograph, signed.
- - In ink.
- - Mentions a meeting with composer Louis Grossmann (unidentified, possibly Ludwik Grossmann (1835-1915)) who was recommended to F. Liszt by S. Menter.
- - "The style of the letter suggests the recipient may have been Sophie Menter"--Liszt letters in the Library of Congress.
- - Writing on pages 1-2; pages 3-4 blank.
- - Laid in folder: envelope addressed to H. Rosenthal, post stamped 1950; enclosed in envelope is a typed letter from M. Bach to H. Rosenthal dated March 30, 1950.
- - In German.
- - The material described in this catalog record is located in the Music Division, Library of Congress.
- - Certain restrictions to use or copying of materials may apply.
- - Gift; Harry Rosenthal; 1965/12/30.
- - Liszt letters in the Library of Congress, letter 256, LC No. 210
- 1 folded sheet (4 unnumbered pages) ; 18 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
- ML31 .R67c no. 97
- 86/20,227 (Mus) no. 210 Microfilm
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Chicago citation style:
Liszt, Franz, Author, Sophie Menter, Harry Rosenthal, and Harry Rosenthal Collection On Franz Liszt. Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany to unidentified correspondent. 1880. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018563582/.
APA citation style:
Liszt, F., Menter, S., Rosenthal, H. & Harry Rosenthal Collection On Franz Liszt. (1880) Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany to unidentified correspondent. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018563582/.
MLA citation style:
Liszt, Franz, Author, et al. Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany to unidentified correspondent. 1880. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018563582/>.