Autograph letter signed, dated : Leipzig Apr. 26 1837, to Moritz Schlesinger, 1837 Apr. 26.

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Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856. Autograph letter signed, dated : Leipzig Apr. 26 1837, to Moritz Schlesinger, 1837 Apr. 26.

Autograph letter signed, dated : Leipzig Apr. 26 1837, to Moritz Schlesinger, 1837 Apr. 26.

Saying it is impossible for him to change ["umwandeln"] his Carnaval by the next day, as he had hoped, and that therefore he will send it in a few days, asking for "die Chargen" of Berlioz, Liszt, and Chopin, saying he will pay however Schlesinger advises, mentioning an article on the Huguenots, Stamaty, etc.

1 item (1 p., with integral address leaf) ; (8vo)

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