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The Archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Catalogue /
Das Archiv der Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Katalog

On behalf of Sing-Akademie zu Berlin

Ed. by Fischer, Axel / Kornemann, Matthias


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    December 2009
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    With The Archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Cataloguea complete catalogue of the music archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin is now available for the first time since the archive, which disappeared during World War II, was rediscovered in 1999. (The whole work is complete in English and German). Since 2001 the more than 260,000 pages of music manuscripts, copies and first prints (from 17th to early 19th cent.) were revised by two musicologists which compiled an index of shelf marks and an index of composers. Thus detailed searches in the holdings of the archive (which were filmed since 2002 in severeal parts on microfiche at K. G. Saur) are possible for the first time.

    The Catalogue lists 9,735 works of 1.008 different composers. It provides also a concordance signature – microfiche and therefore serves as a cumulated guide to the microfiche editions, all the more the registers have been revised and improved.

    The unique collection is introduced by a number of articles bythe followingmusicologists: Axel Fischer (Archive of the Sing-Akademie, Berlin), Christoph Henzel (Hochschule für Musik, Würzburg), Klaus Hortschansky (University of Münster), Matthias Kornemann (Archive of the Sing-Akademie, Berlin), Ulrich Leisinger (Mozarteum, Salzburg), Mary Oleskiewicz (University of Massachusetts Boston), Ralph-J. Reipsch (Zentrum für Telemann-Pflege und -Forschung, Magdeburg), Tobias Schwinger (Berlin).

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    773 pages
    English, German
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    Music Manuscripts 17th to 19th century; Sing-Akademie
    Academics, Libraries, Institutes

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    Axel Fischer, Berlin; Matthias Kornemann, Berlin

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