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JACKMAN (Jeremy, of 'The King's Singers')

Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Noble, hoping "the enclosed isn't too late to help swell the Kidney Unit's funds", 1 side compliments slip, The Noel Gay Organisation, 24 Denmark Street, W.C.2., no date, c.

Item Date:  1975
Stock No:  17464      £10

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JACOBS (Arthur David, 1922-1997, Musicologist, Journalist and Libretto Translator)

2 Typed Letter Signed to Harold Chipp of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, saying "Two or three of the records I wanted to use at Cheltenham I took to America" and are coming back by sea, "I had a tape-recording made of the excerpts ... can one of your members supply a ... half-track stereo [machine]", he lists the items, "John Gilbert of the 'Gramophone' is lending me a Ferrograph Stereo tape recorder", he gives the technical specification, but suggests that a local dealer might lend one for the publicity, ending "there must be a Chinese or Indian restaurant open!" after the lecture, together 4 sides 4to, 53 Friars Avenue, N.20., 24th - 28th November neat filing holes in margins

Item Date:  1967
Stock No:  17467      £15

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JACOBS (Arthur David, 1922-1997, Musicologist, Journalist and Libretto Translator)

4 Typed Letter Signed and 1 Autograph Letter Signed to Harold Chipp of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, agreeing to lecture on 4th February, and suggesting "Elgar - Jingo or Genius?" (7th July 1956), he offers material "casting modesty aside" for advance notice in the papers (24th January 1957), thanks Chipp for the press-cuttings "and for looking after me so well", with his expenses (8th February 1957), they may meet at the Contemporary Music Festival (15th February 1957), together 6 sides oblong 8vo, 132 Woodwarde Road, S.E. 22, 7th July 1956 - 15th February neat filing holes in blank margins

Item Date:  1957
Stock No:  17465      £15

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JACOBS (Arthur David, 1922-1997, Musicologist, Journalist and Libretto Translator)

6 Typed Letter Signed to Harold Chipp of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, offering to lecture on 9th October, on G & S or Britten, he is now assistant editor of 'Opera' (6th May 1961), " 'A new look at Gilbert & Sullivan' will certainly allude to the expiry of copyright ... next year'", Jacobs wrote the book on G & S (1951) and the sleeve notes for Sargent's recordings (23rd May 1961), interested that Chipp had bought the Lotte Lehman record (27th June 1961), hoping he has stereo available (3rd October 1961), "It was a pleasure to receive such keen questions" (11th October 1961), "As for Act 2" of "Die Walküre at Covent Garden ... the actual stage business was even more comic than your friend perhaps realises ... I get very annoyed when producers substitute something much less effective" than Wagner's original (26th October 1961), together 4 sides 4to and 2 sides 8vo, 53 Friars Avenue, N.20., 6th May - 26th October neat filing holes in margins touching one or two letters

Item Date:  1961
Stock No:  17466      £35

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[JACOBS (Arthur David, 1922-1997, Musicologist, Journalist and Libretto Translator)]

Typed Letter Signed from his secretary to Miss M.L. Whichello of the Cheltenham Gramophone Society, confirming 5th February, with 2 copies of Jacobs' list of lecture titles, all 3 bearing Miss Whichello's notes, together 1 side oblong 8vo and 2 sides 4to, 53 Friars Avenue, N.20, no date. and 16th June neat filing holes in margins

Item Date:  1972
Stock No:  17468      £15

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