Weisse, Sophie (teacher of music)
- Existence: 1851-1945
Found in 691 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Letter, August [n.y], Edinburgh, Sophie Weisse to Hubert Foss. Informing Foss that Tovey was a remarkable astronomer, and suggesting he died because of loss of feeling in his fingertips. Holograph signed.
Dates: c 01 August 1941
Scope and Contents Letter, 1 September 1941, Edinburgh, Sophie Weisse to Hubert Foss. Commenting that Tovey did buy himself a big Bosendorfer piano before he died, and commenting on the tragedy of his life. Holograph signed.
Dates: 01 September 1941
Scope and Contents Letter, 18 June 1898, Surrey, Sophie Weisse to Mary Tovey. News of Tovey, suggesting he would have got a better class of degree had he worked harder. Holograph signed.
Dates: 18 June 1898
Scope and Contents Letter, 1 May 1905, Cologne, Sophie Weisse to Mary Tovey. Informing Mrs. Tovey that her son is well and to play in some forthcoming concerts. Holograph signed.
Dates: 01 May 1905
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Sophie Weisse to Mollie Macarthy. Informing Molly Macarthy of Miss. Weisse's memories of being at school with Robert Louis Stevenson and suggesting that her father, Mr. Weisse suggested that Stevenson should pursue a career in literature. Typescript copy.
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Sophie Weisse to Mr. Jekyll. Outlining Miss. Weisse's plans for Tovey's library and requesting that Jekyll send someone to value the books and library as a whole. Holograph incomplete.
Scope and Contents Letter, 12 January 1944, London, Hubert Foss to Robert Trevelyan. Informing Trevelyan that Foss has received a proof for an article in 'Music and letters', and news of Miss. Weisse and her state of health. Holograph signed.
Dates: 12 January 1944
Scope and Contents Letter, , Peterborough, Donald Tovey to Robert Trevelyan. Tovey outlining where and for whom he will perform. Ms. transcript by Hubert Foss.
Scope and Contents Letter, 22 November 1932, Surrey, Sophie Weisse to Robert Trevelyan. Discussion of poetry as an art. Holograph signed.
Dates: 22 November 1932