Autograph letters signed (21), autograph postcards signed (8) and telegram, dated : Madrid, Granada, Paris, and Rome, 1919-1927, to Mme Louise Alvar [Harding], (and to Mr. and Mrs. C[harles] Harding), 1919-1927.

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Falla, Manuel de, 1876-1946. Autograph letters signed (21), autograph postcards signed (8) and telegram, dated : Madrid, Granada, Paris, and Rome, 1919-1927, to Mme Louise Alvar [Harding], (and to Mr. and Mrs. C[harles] Harding), 1919-1927.

Autograph letters signed (21), autograph postcards signed (8) and telegram, dated : Madrid, Granada, Paris, and Rome, 1919-1927, to Mme Louise Alvar [Harding], (and to Mr. and Mrs. C[harles] Harding), 1919-1927.

Many of a social nature, discussing concert arrangements, his health, announcing the death of his mother, sending sympathy on the death of her father, thanking her for singing his "Séguidille" in Santa Barbara, mentioning his articles on Debussy and Grieg, El retablo [de maese Pedro], Chansons espagnoles, Vie brève [i.e. La vida breve], Alvar's proposed performance of Psyché (which Falla dedicated to Louise Alvar), [Georges] Jean-Aubry, Durey, Sigrid and Charley [Harding], Salazar, Zuloaga, Halffter, and other persons, etc.

29 items (78 p., with 19 envelopes.) ; various sizes.

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