2ff., one ca. 120 x 190 mm., the other 140 x 225 mm., versos blank. In the same scribal hand. In German.
- "Confirmation of receipt of 60 fl., which I have received on today's date for my Polka 'Wunderfontaine' op. 86, as honorarium from Herr Carl Haslinger in cash and correctly. Vienna, May 14, 1867." Signed "CM Ziehrer" and "[?]Jenasch."
- "Installment of fl. 100 on today's date received from H[err] Carl Haslinger in cash. July 18, 1868" signed "CM Ziehrer."
Both leaves unevenly trimmed; small ink stain to 1867 receipt, obscuring word preceding signature.
Ziehrer was an Austrian bandmaster and composer. "He was... invited to represent Austria at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, which was followed by an extended American tour, and which led to his dismissal for overstaying his leave. Renaming his band the Chicagoer Konzert-Kapelle he toured Germany widely... The greatest rival to the Strauss brothers, Ziehrer's long career was similar to Johann Strauss II except for the periods as a military bandmaster. This experience gave a brashness and swagger to his compositions which, influenced by local folk music, created his unmistakable style." John E. Diamond in Grove Music Online. Item #27085
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