PHOTOGRAPH OF CLARENCE WHITEHILL POSED AS WOLFRAM FROM WAGNER'S TANNHAUSER ; WITH SEPARATE AUTOGRAPHED NOTE [SIGNED]
by Whitehill, Clarence, 1871-1932 [subject]
1908-09. Postcard photograph of Clarence Whitehill, 9 x 14 cm., posed as Wolfram, torso and head, signed with unidentified quotation, black ink with date "Bayreuth .09", in fine condition; With separately inscribed piece of paper, 9.5 x 7 cm., autograph in pencil, date "Bayreuth 1908", torn at edges; Together in frame, 29 x 34.5 cm. PC Consignment. Clarence Eugene Whitehill (November 5, 1871 - December 19, 1932) was a leading American bass-baritone. He sang at the Metropolitan Opera from 1915 to 1932. He sang on both sides of the Atlantic and is best remembered for his association with the music dramas of Richard Wagner, and for his recordings of well-known music hall ballads such as "I'll take you home again, Kathleen". [Wikipedia]. FP New Rockville Stock. (Inventory #: 15-480-1313741)
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