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Brodsky Papers

  • GB GB1179 AB
  • Collection
  • 1850s-1981

The Brodsky Papers comprise letters, newscuttings, programmes, telegrams, photograph albums, loose photographs, concert tickets, official documents (marriage certificate, diplomas) and music, which were found in the Brodsky home following the deat...

Brodsky, Adolph Davidovich (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Newscutting of an article on the death of Dr. Adolph Brodsky

The article mentions the fact that all proceeds from Brodsky Quartet concerts were handed over to the sustentation fund at the Royal Manchester College of Music, [2162 pounds in recent years], a fund to aid students who could not continue without ...

Anonymous - unknown creator

Programme of the Brodsky Memorial Concert

This concert was in aid of the fund to establish a scholarship to the memory of the late Dr. Brodsky. There is a list of donations received up-to-date.. This concert took place in the Free Trade Hall on Friday 15 March 1929. The Orchestra was le...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)

Printed letter from Alfred Worsley to Anna Brodsky

There are two copies of this item. Consists of agenda for the next RMCM Club meeting, as well as a voting form for members of the Committee 1910-1911. Adolph Brodsky has made notes on the back of one copy.

Worsley, Alfred (fl.1910s-fl.1920s), composer

Publicity material relating to the Brodsky Quartet

Three programmes of concerts performed by the Brodsky Quartet. The first, dated 26 March 1896, was held at the RMCM, and the quartet consisted of Adolph Brodsky, C Rawdon Briggs, Simon Speelman, and Carl Fuchs. The programme consisted of the Qua...

Brodsky Quartet (1880s-1929)

Autograph letter signed from Frank Merrick to Adolph Brodsky

Mr. Withers has asked if Frank Merrick will continue with the present arrangement regarding rooms until the next Council meeting. Merrick is willing, but would like henceforth to have no.12 for 2 whole days per week - either Tuesday and Friday or...

Merrick, Frank (1886-1981), Pianist, teacher and composer

Autograph letter signed from Clyde Twelvetrees to Adolph Brodsky

Twelvetrees informs Brodsky that he has just accepted the position of principal 'cello in the Hallé Orchestra next season and, as these concerts will hardly provide a living, he asks Brodsky's advice about finding pupils. He has had 15 ...

Twelvetrees, Clyde (1865-1956), cellist

Autograph letter signed from Granville Hill to Adolph Brodsky

Granville Hill apologises for the delay in replying to Brodsky's letter. He will look in at the College on Friday morning at 11 to run through the Mendelssohn or any other pieces Brodsky has selected for next Sunday's concert. The lett...

Hill, Granville (fl.1900s-1920s)

Autograph letter signed from F.E. Weiss to whom it may concern

Weiss writes in his capacity as Vice-Chancellor of the University and Chairman of the Royal [Manchester] College of Music to achieve the release of Brodsky, being held as a non-combatant prisoner of war in Austria. Weiss certifies that Brodsky is...

Weiss, F.E. (fl.1890s-1930s), Professor of Botany and Vice-Chancellor at Victoria University, Chair of Royal Manchester College of Music

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