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Rediscovered: Newly discovered autograph of the cantata "Die Fischerin" by Engelbert Humperdinck

We have received the following from Gottfried Heinz-Kronberger (RISM Germany): An autograph manuscript by Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921) has been discovered in the library collections of the Universität der Künste in Berlin: the dramatic cantata Die Fischerin for three solo voices and orchestra...

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New at RISM: Muscat Workshop with Guido Kraus in L'viv (12-14 February 2019)

We have received the following from Angelika Moths: Initiated by the Haliciana Schola Cantorum (HSC), a Swiss association for the promotion of culture in Western Ukraine, an international musicology symposium called "Ex umbra in solem" was held at the Ukrainian Catholic University in...

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Events: Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim at 300

Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim (1719-1803) was a German poet of the Enlightenment who has largely been forgotten today. This is mainly due to the fanciful, galant style of the poems that made Gleim a leading exponent of anacreontics. For composers of his time, though, as well as into the 19th century,...

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New publications: A Most Excellent Selection of RISM Activities.

We humbly announce the Immediate Availability of a most excellent and outstanding booke of Activities & Diversions selected by the accomplished and consummate Editors of the Secretariat Central of RISM. Herein is offered for you a choice assortment of divertissements and meditations upon our...

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New at RISM: 17th-Century Printed Anthologies: The First Decade is Now Online

Have you ever been annoyed that you can't consistently find entries for 17th-century printed anthologies in the RISM catalog? We are working on changing that!The project to revise entries from 1500 and later in RISM's series B/I, which has been underway since April 2017 and which has in the...

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RISM online catalog: Search Strategies for Printed Music

Printed music is one of the "classic" RISM sources, with a long RISM tradition alongside music manuscripts, libretti, and treatises. Searching for printed music in the RISM catalog has only been possible since 2015, when printed editions by a single composer (to 1800) were added along...

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New publications: RISM and Digital Musicology

The most recent issue of the International Journal on Digital Libraries is a special issue called "Digital Libraries for Musicology," and RISM is pleased to have an article in it: Keil, Klaus and Jennifer A. Ward. "Applications of RISM data in digital libraries and digital...

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In memoriam: José Vicente González Valle In Memoriam

It saddened us to learn that the founder of the RISM working group in Spain, Prof. Dr. José Vicente González Valle, passed away on 23 February 2019.José Vicente, as we called him, was an organist, priest, musicologist, a good organizer, and a kind, dear man. He first encountered RISM during his...

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Events: Conference and Workshop: Works, Work Titles, Work Authorities: Perspectives on Introducing a Work Level in RISM

RISM will be hosting the conference and workshop "Works, Work Titles, Work Authorities: Perspectives on Introducing a Work Level in RISM" in May. We are pleased to announce that the program can now be viewed online. The conference is free and open to the public.

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In the news: RISM at the Coding da Vinci 2018 Hackathon

RISM was one of the data providers at last year's Coding da Vinci Rhein-Main Hackathon, which had participation from colleges and universities in Aschaffenburg, Darmstadt, Frankfurt am Main, Gießen, Mainz, Offenbach, Wiesbaden and Worms and was organized in part by the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek...

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