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The Composer Gabriel Grad – Collection of Sheet Music Booklets and Postcards / A Record Published by "Achva" with ...

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The Composer Gabriel Grad – Collection of Sheet Music Booklets and Postcards / A Record Published by "Achva" with the Song "After My Death" which He Composed – Tel-Aviv, 1930s-1940s
Approx. 30 sheet music, postcards and paper items connected to the composer Gabriel Grad, and a record with the song "After My Death" (Hebrew) which he composed. Tel-Aviv (some of them elsewhere in Israel), ca. 1930s-1940s.
* A record published by "Achva" – a recording of the actor of "HaMatateh" Theater, Yosef Goland performing the song "After My Death" (words: Chaim Nachman Bialik). On its other side, a recording of the Kaddish prayer. In its original paper cover (torn).
* Approx. 20 booklets with songs composed by Grad and their sheet music, including: "Kadimah Tel-Aviv, Maccabee HaPoel" (Onward Tel-Aviv, Maccabee HaPoel); "Mocher Tzabar BeTel-Aviv" (Seller of sabra fruit in Tel-Aviv); "Purim – Shir LaAdloyada" (Purim – a song for the Purim carnival); "Himnon LeNamal Tel-Aviv" (Song of praise for the Tel-Aviv port); "Chamisha Shirim Ivriyim" (Five Hebrew songs – words by Uri Zvi Greenberg), and more.
* Six postcards: three postcards with sheet music of Grad's songs (published by "Israeli Music by the Eliyahu Brothers", 1930) and three postcards with pictures of him (published by "Hebrew Works of Art", the year is not indicated); and more.
One of the sheet music booklets is hand-signed by Gabriel Grad and three of the postcards are stamped with a stamp of the Eliyahu Brothers.
Size and condition vary.

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