by ANTOBAL, Don Mario (Eusebio Azpiazu) (1890-1966)
This Cuban became influential in introducing and popularizing Latin music in the United States first by managing the band of his brother Don Azpiazu and then by taking the stage name Don Mario Antobal and forming "Antobal's Cubans," who toured the U.S. and became popular throughout the 1930s; he later founded a music publishing company. IPS, 7" X 5", n.p., n.y. Very good. Minor silvering. Black and white reproduction of a stylized cartoon rendering of "Antobal's Cubans" performing. Across the lower black area, in bold white ink, he inscribes and signs "Merry Xmas / and a / Happy New Year -- Antobal." A superb example of this uncommon autograph. (Inventory #: 41062)
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