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New publications: Music from Stams Abbey (Austria)

The music archive of Stams Abbey is the musical treasure room of Tyrol. The collection contains several thousand music manuscripts and music printed editions, which fortunately have survived in the abbey despite repeated threats to their preservation. The significance of the archive, which has a...

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New publications: Musical Sources in the Salzburg Cathedral Archive (A-Sd)

We have received the following from Eva Neumayr (RISM Salzburg): A new thematic catalog of the musical sources in the archives of the Salzburg Cathedral (RISM siglum: A-Sd) has been published:Eva Neumayr and Lars Laubhold, eds., Thematischer Katalog der musikalischen Quellen des Dommusikarchivs...

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New publications: The Compositions Attributed to G. F. Handel, 1700-1800

This one is new to our bookshelves: Hans Joachim Marx and Steffen Voss, Die G. F. Händel zugeschriebenen Kompositionen, 1700-1800 / The Compositions Attributed to G. F. Handel, 1700-1800 (HWV Anh. B) (Hildesheim: Olms, 2017). ISBN: 978-3-487-15483-1.This book is the result of a project called...

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New publications: Pietro Nardini Thematic Catalog

New on our bookshelves is a thematic catalog for Pietro Nardini: Federico Marri and Marie Rouquié, Pietro Nardini (1722-1793) da Livorno all’Europa: Catalogo tematico delle opere (Treviso: Diastema 2017). 764 p., ISBN 978-88-96988-46-6.Composer and violinist Pietro Nardini (12 April 1722, Livorno –...

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New publications: New RISM Brochure Available in Portuguese

RISM is pleased to announce that the brochure "RISM: An Overview" is now available in an English-Portuguese version entitled "RISM: Uma visão Geral." It can be downloaded from the RISM website.We would like to thank Beatriz Magalhães Castro (RISM Brazil) and Sílvia Sequeira...

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New publications: The Rokycany Music Collection. A Catalogue of Franco-Netherlandish Sacred Works Preserved in the Oldest Layer of the Repertoire

The Rokycany Music Collection (CZ-ROk) comprises a valuable set of musical manuscripts containing pieces by both Czech and foreign composers that clearly indicate the rise of concertato elements in church music.

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New publications: The Thematic Catalogue of the Music Collection in the Premonstratensian Monastery in Želiv

At the time of its greatest burgeoning in the eighteenth century, musical life in the Czech lands was far from concentrated only in the metropolises. The Czech lands were interwoven with a dense network of monasteries. The monastic choirs were significant rural centres of spiritual and cultural...

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New publications: New RISM Brochure in Spanish Now Available

RISM is pleased to announce that the brochure "RISM: An Overview" is now available in an English-Spanish version entitled "RISM: Presentación general." It can be downloaded from the RISM website.If you want professionally printed copies of the brochure, also at no charge,...

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New publications: New Volume in Series B Published: Trio sonatas

The newest volume in RISM's Series B has just been published:Ludwig Finscher, Laurenz Lütteken, Inga Mai Groote, eds., Die Triosonate. Catalogue Raisonné der gedruckten Quellen. RISM B/XVII. Munich: Henle, 2016. ISBN 978-3-87328-156-1For one of the best-loved chamber music genres of the seventeenth...

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New publications: New Music Edition Series founded at Wilhering Abbey in Upper Austria: Matthias Pernsteiner, Missa posta in musica, edited by Ikarus Kaiser

The following guest post is by our colleague Ikarus Kaiser of RISM Austria:Recently the new music edition series "Sacred Music in Wilhering Abbey" was founded. It is focused on the music tradition of the Upper Austrian Cistercian abbey Wilhering and its large music collection. Ikarus...

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