J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians are dealers in classical music autographs and manuscripts; first and early editions of printed music; and rare books, prints, drawings, photographs, and memorabilia relating to music and dance, including opera and ballet, from the 15th through the 21st centuries.
INTERVIEW WITH FINAL NOTE MAGAZINE, JULY 2015
Established in 1977 by John and Jude Lubrano, the firm has issued more than 100 catalogues and specialized lists and has come to be recognized as one of the leading international antiquarian dealers in music- and dance-related material of the 15th-21st centuries.
Our clientele includes collectors, scholars, libraries, and museums throughout the world. We continually strive to offer items that will directly complement our customers' interests. We pride ourselves on individualized service, and actively offer new acquisitions to customers whose particular interests are known to us.
All of our current inventory may be viewed on our website, which is updated regularly. We also publish online catalogues and would be happy to add your name to our mailing list should you wish to receive these. In addition, we invite you to advise us of your most specific interests, which we would be glad to keep in mind as relevant material becomes available.
We unconditionally guarantee the authenticity of all items we offer for sale.
ITEMS TO SELL
We are always interested in purchasing manuscripts and letters of major composers and rare books in our specialities of music and dance.
We are long-standing members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America; the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers; the Professional Autograph Dealers' Association; the Manuscript Society; the Music Library Association; the International Association of Music Libraries; the American Musicological Society; the International Musicological Society; and the Society of Dance History Scholars.
" 'PICK OF THE BUNCH' was how Nicolas Barker described the first catalogue of J & J Lubrano in 1979." The Book Collector, Winter 2018