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Rediscovered: Cantatas from Blankenburg (Harz) in the Wolfenbüttel regional church archives

Ca. 95 previously unknown church cantata manuscripts

Foto: Helmut Lauterwasser

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).

Foto: Bibliothèque royale de Belgique

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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