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Lost and found: editing and performing a quartet attributed to Krause from the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin Notenarchiv

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Walters, SF ORCID: 0000-0002-7610-6544 and Forbes, AM ORCID: 0000-0002-0856-9168 2018 , 'Lost and found: editing and performing a quartet attributed to Krause from the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin Notenarchiv' , Context, vol. 43 , pp. 13-27 .

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Abstract

In December 2001 a collection of over 5,100 music manuscript scores was rediscovered inKiev, having been missing for over half a century since its disappearance during World WarII. This vast collection belongs to one of Europe’s oldest continuing choral societies, the SingAkademie zu Berlin, and soon after its discovery the collection was repatriated and nowresides in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin–Preußischer Kulturbesitz as a permanent deposit ofthe Sing-Akademie (D-Bsa).

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Walters, SF and Forbes, AM
Keywords: 18th century music, quartet, Johann Gottfried Krause, Sing-Akademie, historical performance practice
Journal or Publication Title: Context
Publisher: Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
ISSN: 1038-4006
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2018 © Simone Walters and Anne-Marie Forbes

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