DescriptionMusical Conductor Arturo Toscanini Autograph Note Signed. One page, 11" x 8.5", Milan, Italy, 1953, written and signed in red ink. In this note, Toscanini sends his congratulations on "the centenary of the House of Steinway." Written on faded staff paper with two punch-holes on left margin. Near very fine.
By 1953, Steinway & Sons had been making pianos for 100 years. Arturo Toscanini, an Italian musician considered one of the greatest conductors of all time, remembers the occasion and praises the Steinway piano on their anniversary for being "known the world over as the finest musical instrument."
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