1 page. Large octavo. Dated Berlin, December 22, 1848. In German (with translation). With the decorative embossed monogram of the composer at upper left-hand corner.
A rather poetic and philosophical letter in which Kullak praises his correspondent's new opera profusely, commenting on the fickleness of the large audience and offering friendship.
Very slightly worn and creased.
Kullak was a noted pianist and teacher, co-founder of what was to become the Stern Conservatory in Berlin and founder of the Neue Akademie der Tonkunst; his pupils included Mozkowski and Xaver and Philipp Scharwenka.
Price: $350.00 other currencies