RUDOLF ALBERTH - PROGRAM SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: HALINA SIEDZIENIEWSWA - HFSID 112549
RUDOLF ALBERTH and HALINA SIEDZIENIEWSKA The orchestra conductor and accompanying star musician both signed this program in blue ink Program Signed: “Rudolf C. Alberth” and “Halina Siedzieniewska”. 8¾x6¾.
Sale Price $198.00
RUDOLF ALBERTH and HALINA SIEDZIENIEWSKA The orchestra conductor and accompanying star musician both signed this program in blue ink Program Signed: “Rudolf C. Alberth” and “Halina Siedzieniewska”. 8¾x6¾. Biographical information for the two signers included on the program. Program is in Italian. Rudolf Albert (b. 1918 in Frankfurt, Germany) was an orchestra conductor who became director of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra in 1945. In 1950, he began travelling outside of his home country to work with various theaters and orchestras, including the Orchestra of Naples. He was named the Director of the Philharmonic Orchestra in Hanover in 1964. Halina Siedzieniewska (born in Warsaw, Poland) was an accomplished pianist, regularly traveling around the world to perform concerts. Taught by Margherita Trombini-Kazuro, she went on to perform recitals and on television as well. From 1966-1967, she travelled throughout the United States, performing at dozens of locations around the country. Creasing. Otherwise, fine condition.
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