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Lot 48[MUSIC]
Two letters from composers to Hugo Grüters
, the Artistic Director of the Philharmonic Choir of the City of Bonn. ELGAR, EDWARD. Two-page ALS on Elgar's Plas Gwyn stationery, 18 lines, dated 8 December, 1909. Usual folds; and SAINT-SAËNS, CAMILLE. Two-page ALS on the stationery of the Grand Hotel Beauvau in original envelope, letter dated 1 April 1905. Usual folds.
Grüters was the father-in-law of Adolf Busch, founder of the Busch Quartet of which Rudolf Serkin was a member.

C From the Collection of Rudolf Serkin

Estimate $600-900

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