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Auf-und Ab-Klänge

Step into the vibrant world of pre-war German theatre with this original 1937 poster by artist A. Seitz. Titled "Auf- und Ab-Klänge rund um die Welt" (Up and Down Sounds Around the World). This enchanting piece was created to promote the Philharmonischer Ball at the Tonhalle in Munich. 

Set against a backdrop of a beautifully decorated Tonhalle, the event took place on Fasching-Sonntag, February 7, 1937. The program promised an evening of spectacular performances, including contributions from renowned artists like Anny van Kruyswyk, Julius Pölzer, and the Ornelli-Ballett, alongside the Munich Philharmonic and the Philharmonic Choir. This gathering of illustrious performers highlights the significance of the event in Munich's cultural calendar. 

The poster features a charming illustration of two revelers, one masked, dancing exuberantly. The playful composition is brought to life with bold colors and dynamic lines, capturing the joy and excitement of the masquerade ball. 

Display this poster proudly and let it transport you to a time of elegance, artistry, and festivity in Munich!

Condition: Very Good. Age appropriate toning, fading and wear. Original fold lines gave been professionally conserved. Repaired margin tears of varying lengths with touch ups. Minor toning along fold lines. Light border wear. Conservation mounted on linen. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition. 

Year: c.1937 - 87 years old

Size: 33.5" x 47.0" (85cm x 119cm)


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