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Manuscript/Mixed Material Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Pest, to Julius Schuberth,

About this Item

Title

  • Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Pest, to Julius Schuberth,

Names

  • Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886, author
  • Schuberth, Julius, 1804-1875, addressee
  • Edward N. and Lilly L. Waters Collection (Library of Congress)

Headings

  • -  Liszt, Franz,--1811-1886--Correspondence
  • -  Schuberth, Julius,--1804-1875--Correspondence
  • -  Composers--Hungary--Correspondence

Genre

  • Personal correspondence

Notes

  • -  Holograph, signed, in ink.
  • -  Title devised by cataloger.
  • -  In German.
  • -  Includes note in pencil at end in another hand, possibly Schuberth's.
  • -  The material described in this catalog record is located in the Music Division, Library of Congress.
  • -  With: A remarkable series of ten autograph letters, 1859 July 9-1875 January 15.
  • -  Liszt letters in the Library of Congress, letter 209, LC No. 174A
  • -  Gift; Lilly Waters; 1992.

Medium

  • 1 folded sheet (4 unnumbered pages) ; 22 cm

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML31 .W38

Source Collection

  • Holding of: Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886 Remarkable series of ten autograph letters, 1859 July 9-1875 January 15

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2018570950

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Chicago citation style:

Liszt, Franz, Author, Julius Schuberth, and Edward N. And Lilly L. Waters Collection. Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Pest, to Julius Schuberth. 1873. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018570950/.

APA citation style:

Liszt, F., Schuberth, J. & Edward N. And Lilly L. Waters Collection. (1873) Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Pest, to Julius Schuberth. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018570950/.

MLA citation style:

Liszt, Franz, Author, Julius Schuberth, and Edward N. And Lilly L. Waters Collection. Autograph letter from Franz Liszt, Pest, to Julius Schuberth. 1873. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018570950/>.