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Rediscovered: Two previously unknown works by Johannes Brahms discovered

Two previously unknown early works by Johannes Brahms were discovered in February 2010 while the RISM working group based at the Bavarian State Library in Munich were cataloguing the music manuscripts of the municipal archives of Celle (D-CEsa).

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Library collections: US RISM news

In September, 2008, the U.S. RISM Office embarked on a two-year project to catalog music manuscripts at Yale University and the Juilliard School. This endeavor, which is supported by a grant from the Mellon Foundation, has thus far yielded over 8,000 records. Incipit searching and other tools have...

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New at RISM: New RISM Working Group in Poland

A new RISM working group has been set up in Poland. It is affiliated with the Chair for Polyphonic Sacred Music at the Musicology Institute of the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin. The director is Dariusz Smolarek. Together with Aleksandra Czech, he will work on the collection of the...

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Rediscovered: Discovery of Joseph Haydn's original manuscript for the pieces Hob. XIX:1 and Hob. XIX:2 (Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels)

In February 2007, the Music Division of the Royal Library of Belgium had the good fortune to acquire from private ownership a valuable document that had been previously unknown to researchers.

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