Autograph letter signed from Antonio Pini-Corsi, New York, to unidentified recipient, 1901 March 24.

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Autograph letter signed from Antonio Pini-Corsi, New York, to unidentified recipient, 1901 March 24.

Addressed "Egregio Signore." Mentions having the honor of creating the role of Ford in the first performance of Verdi's Falstaff in Milan in 1893. Quotes both the text and music of the climax of one of Ford's arias in Act II: "Laudata sempre sia, nel fondo del mio cor la gelosia."

2 leaves : music ; 25 x 20 cm.

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