Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Prague, 23 February 1883, and Vysok, 28 June 1889, to [Eduard Hanslick], 1883 Feb. 23.

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Dvořák, Antonín, 1841-1904. Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Prague, 23 February 1883, and Vysok, 28 June 1889, to [Eduard Hanslick], 1883 Feb. 23.

Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Prague, 23 February 1883, and Vysok, 28 June 1889, to [Eduard Hanslick], 1883 Feb. 23.

Mentioning "der böse Mensch" Simrock, saying that he is working on a new trio, thanking Hanslick for his review of Dvořák's symphony, mentioning his and Brahms's decorations and saying that he has Brahms to thank for all his present good fortune, that he has just sent his new piano pieces to Simrock, mentioning Richter, Hellmesberger, etc.

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