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Max bruch* bruch·, wolfgang amadeus mozart* mozart·/ jascha heifetz , sir malcolm sargent , london sy


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Bruch sold the score to the publisher N. Simrock outright for a small lump sum — but he kept a copy of his own. At the end of World War I , he was destitute, having been unable to enforce the payment of royalties for his other works because of chaotic world-wide economic conditions. He sent his autograph to the duo-pianists Rose and Ottilie Sutro (for whom he had written his Concerto in A-flat minor for Two Pianos and Orchestra , Op. 88a, in 1912), so that they could sell it in the United States and send him the money. Bruch died in October 1920, without ever receiving any money. The Sutro sisters decided to keep the score themselves, but they claimed to have sold it, and sent Bruch's family some worthless German paper money as the alleged proceeds of the alleged sale. They always refused to divulge any details of the supposed purchaser. In 1949, they sold the autograph to Mary Flagler Cary , whose collection, including the Bruch concerto, now resides at the Pierpont Morgan Public Library in New York City . [3]


Max Bruch* Bruch·, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart* Mozart·/ Jascha Heifetz , Sir Malcolm Sargent , London Symphony Orchestra, The - Concerto N.º 1 In G Minor - Concerto N.º 5 In A K.219Max Bruch* Bruch·, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart* Mozart·/ Jascha Heifetz , Sir Malcolm Sargent , London Symphony Orchestra, The - Concerto N.º 1 In G Minor - Concerto N.º 5 In A K.219Max Bruch* Bruch·, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart* Mozart·/ Jascha Heifetz , Sir Malcolm Sargent , London Symphony Orchestra, The - Concerto N.º 1 In G Minor - Concerto N.º 5 In A K.219Max Bruch* Bruch·, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart* Mozart·/ Jascha Heifetz , Sir Malcolm Sargent , London Symphony Orchestra, The - Concerto N.º 1 In G Minor - Concerto N.º 5 In A K.219

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