A group of 4 printed and manuscript documents, each signed and dated by the composer, granting permission to Eugene and Otto Spitzweg of the publishing firm Jos. Aibl in Munich to publish specific works and acknowledging payment for these works. Ca. 1890. Richard STRAUSS.
A group of 4 printed and manuscript documents, each signed and dated by the composer, granting permission to Eugene and Otto Spitzweg of the publishing firm Jos. Aibl in Munich to publish specific works and acknowledging payment for these works. Ca. 1890

A group of 4 printed and manuscript documents, each signed and dated by the composer, granting permission to Eugene and Otto Spitzweg of the publishing firm Jos. Aibl in Munich to publish specific works and acknowledging payment for these works. Ca. 1890

The documents relate to op. 26 (two lieder for voice and piano), op. 27 (four lieder, including the song Morgen, one of Strauss's best-known works in the genre), and op. 32 (five lieder).

The details of each work are supplied in manuscript by the publisher. With two envelopes addressed in Strauss's hand to Otto Spitzweg in Munich.

Together with a manuscript statement signed by Eugene Spitzweg stating that he has received 1,000 marks from Professor Franz Strauss (Richard's father) as a subsidy for the cost of publishing Strauss's op. 12 symphony, and that this money will be returned from income generated from sales of the score. He acknowledges that 500 marks have already been returned as of November 10, 1890. Item #27695

Price: $3,000.00  other currencies

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