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Library collections: Another Exciting Collection from Spitz an der Donau

We have received the following from Gottfried Heinz-Kronberger (RISM Germany, Munich Office): Soon after completing work on a collection of musical sources from Niederalteich in southwest Germany (RISM siglum: D-NATk), an unexpected offer arose to describe an additional collection that had recently...

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Events: Exhibition: Baroque Musical Life in Grimma, Saxony

We would like to call your attention to a small exhibition that is part of this year's festival of Baroque music in Grimma (near Leipzig), Tage Mitteldeutscher Barockmusik.

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New at RISM: Presentations from Latin America Conference Now Online

The RISM Central Office hosted a conference entitled "Documenting Musical Sources in Latin America" on September 15, 2016. We invited respected musicologists and librarians from throughout Latin America to report on the current state of describing sources in their countries and the state...

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Rediscovered: New Findings on French Polyphonic Masses (1587-1626)

The following is a guest post by Laurent Guillo:In November 2016, a volume gathering 26 music prints published by the Ballard workshop in Paris between 1587 and 1626 was discovered in the early books collection of the Bibliothèque de Fels (Institut catholique de Paris; RISM siglum: F-Pic). At the...

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