ALBERT SPALDING - AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL QUOTATION SIGNED 03/1936 - HFSID 280471
Sale Price $450.00
Violinist Albert Spalding signed this small card with two measures from Quartet in Summer in 1936. Comes with a 7x8¾ b/w photo of Spalding from the waist up in a suit and tie and cradling a violin under one arm.
Autograph musical quotation signed "Albert Spalding/March 1936". Typed notations at bottom right corner. 4½x2½ card. With two measures from Quartet in Summer. Ligthly toned and soiled. Tape and adhesive residue on verso (no show-through). Accompanied by: Unsigned photo. B/w, 7x8¾ overall, 6¾x8½ image, mounted to a same-size sheet of black cardstock. Lightly stained at top edge from adhesive. Adhesive residue on back of mounting card (no show-through). Otherwise in fine condition. Violinist Spalding (1890-1953), the son and nephew of the sporting goods pioneers James Walter Spalding and Albert Spalding, made his Paris debut in 1905 at the age of 17 and his American debut in 1908 at Carnegie Hall at the age of 20. He was the first American violinist to enjoy international popularity. He later taught at Juilliard (1933-1944) and composed for violin and piano.
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