A F C Kollmann s Quarterly Musical Register 1812

The relationship of the latter two Kollmanns to A. F. C. Kollmann is not known .
Curiously ... The contents of An Essay on Practical Musical Composition are
summarised in The Quarterly Musical Register on pages 105-112 . Today the
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Author: Michael Kassler

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A.F.C. Kollmann (1756-1829) was born in Germany and moved to London in 1782, where he was organist and schoolmaster of His Majesty's German Chapel. He was one of the most profound music theorists of his time, and a pioneer in introducing Bach's music to England. His most extensive effort to inform the public about developments in the whole field of music was The Quarterly Musical Register--the first number of which is dated 1 January 1812. The journal folded after its second number. Only eight copies of the first number and six of the second appear to be extant. This book reproduces in facsimile both numbers, and presents new information about Kollmann's life and works.

A F C Kollmann s Quarterly Musical Register 1812

This book reproduces in facsimile both numbers and their wrappers, and presents new information about Kollmann's life and works.

Author: Michael Kassler

Publisher: Routledge

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Augustus Frederic Christopher Kollmann (1756-1829) was born in Germany and lived from 1782 at St James's Palace, London, where he was organist and schoolmaster of His Majesty's German Chapel. He was one of the most profound music theorists of his time, and a pioneer in introducing Bach's music to England. His most extensive effort to inform the public about developments in the whole field of music - from acoustics to concert performance, from musical patents to books about music - was The Quarterly Musical Register, the first number of which is dated 1 January 1812. It can be regarded as England's first musicological journal. Written almost entirely by Kollmann, this journal included the first substantial English-language biography of Bach, identified anonymous music reviewers in English literary periodicals, gave a retrospect of the state of music in Great Britain and Germany, discussed efforts to improve organs and pianos, critically reviewed two editions of John Wall Callcott's Musical Grammar, and provided an account of Kollmann's own theory and much more. The Quarterly Musical Register folded after its second number. Only eight copies of the first number and six of the second appear to be extant, and just two libraries have the covering wrappers with which each number was issued. This book reproduces in facsimile both numbers and their wrappers, and presents new information about Kollmann's life and works.

The Music Trade in Georgian England

119 According to Peter Isaac, William Bulmer, op. cit. in note 44 above, p 140, '
there is no evidence that Bulmer ever printed ... 1 (1 January 1812) p 6–28 at p
27, reproduced in Michael Kassler, A. F. C. Kollmann's Quarterly Musical
Register ...

Author: Michael Kassler

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ISBN: 1351542168

Category: Business & Economics

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In contrast to today's music industry, whose principal products are recorded songs sold to customers round the world, the music trade in Georgian England was based upon London firms that published and sold printed music and manufactured and sold instruments on which this music could be played. The destruction of business records and other primary sources has hampered investigation of this trade, but recent research into legal proceedings, apprenticeship registers, surviving correspondence and other archived documentation has enabled aspects of its workings to be reconstructed. The first part of the book deals with Longman & Broderip, arguably the foremost English music seller in the late eighteenth century, and the firm's two successors - Broderip & Wilkinson and Muzio Clementi's variously styled partnerships - who carried on after Longman & Broderip's assets were divided in 1798. The next part shows how a rival music seller, John Bland, and his successors, used textual and thematic catalogues to advertise their publications. This is followed by a comprehensive review of the development of musical copyright in this period, a report of efforts by a leading inventor, Charles 3rd Earl Stanhope, to transform the ways in which music was printed and recorded, and a study of Georg Jacob Vollweiler's endeavour to introduce music lithography into England. The book should appeal not only to music historians but also to readers interested in English business history, publishing history and legal history between 1714 and 1830.

The American Organist

The only reliable guide is the fairly standard registration practice for the English
voluntary : 8 ' foundations for the slow introduction and ... A.F.C. Kollmann , “ Of
John Sebastian Bach , and his Works , ” Quarterly Musical Register ( January
1812 ) ...

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Musical Times

That is so ; and still there are many prejudices to overcome before the true status
of music is recognised in the ... our attention to the “Quarterly Musical Register,
written and collected by A. F. C. Kollmann,” January 1, 1812, in which, occur; the
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The Wesley Bach Letters

Kolimann , see Schulze 1972 A. F. C. Kollmann , On Johann Sebastian Bach's
Life , Genius and Works [ = translation of J. N. ... 1799 ) A. F. C. Kollmann , ' Of
John Sebastian Bach and his Works ' , Quarterly Musical Register 2 ( 1812 ) , 105
- 112 J. T. ... S. Wesley & C. F. Horn , A Trio ( Six Trios ) composed originally for
the organ adapted for three Hands upon the Piano Forte ( London , 1809 – 10 )
ed .

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Music Book

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Author: De Gruyter

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ISBN: 9783110230253

Category: Reference

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The IBR, published again since 1971 as an interdisciplinary, international bibliography of reviews, offers book reviews of literature dealing primarily with the humanities and social sciences published in 6,000 mainly European scholarly journals. This unique bibliography contains over 1.3 millions book reviews. 60,000 entries are added every year with details on the work reviewed and the review.

Bach s Well tempered Clavier in Musical Thought and Practice 1750 1850

In addition to the music it contains , Kollmann's 1799 Essay also serves notice of
a publication scheme for the entire WTC , a project which , had ... work , is so
highly esteemed by all who can judge of it , that as it is grown scarce , I intend to
offer it to the public analyzed . ... 19 Kollmann himself notes , in his “ Of John
Sebastian Bach , and his Works , ” Quarterly Musical Register ( January , 1812 ) ,
p . ... 20 A. F. C. Kollmann , Essay on Practical Musical Composition ( London ,
1799 ) , pp .

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The British National Bibliography

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A Second Checklist of Books Pamphlets and Periodicals Printed by William Bulmer

B. SERIALS ( This section is very incomplete ; any information to add to it will be
most welcome . ) B1 AFRICAN ... 2nd edn . 3rd edn . Vol i 1812 ii 1818 iii 1820 iv
pt.ii 1821 B61 KOLLMANN , A.F.C. The quarterly musical register . 1st issue Jan.

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The Music Trade in Georgian England

Examined here are the activities of the music seller Longman & Broderip, and the firm's two successors, together with those of their rival, John Bland.

Author: Michael Kassler

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9780754660651

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Recent research has enabled aspects of the workings of the music trade in Georgian England to be reconstructed. Examined here are the activities of the music seller Longman & Broderip, and the firm's two successors, together with those of their rival, John Bland. A review of the development of musical copyright in this period is included, together with an investigation into the efforts of Charles 3rd Earl Stanhope to transform the ways in which music was printed and recorded, and Georg Jacob Vollweiler's endeavours to introduce music lithography into England.

The British Library Journal

100 . century , is eagerly awaited . ... books , QUARTERLY MUSICAL REGISTER
written and both translated from the French and homecollected by A. F. C.
Kollmann . ... Contemporary diarists 1812. 89. ... Musical Register , spared for no
cost nor charge , for my instruction Kollmann was pleased to report that music ' is
in the ...

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Ancients and Moderns

Kassler , Jamie Croy , ' British Writings on Music , 1760–1830 : a Systematic
Essay Toward a Philosophy of Selected Writings ' , PhD , Columbia ... Klima ,
Slava , Bowers , Garry and Grant , Gerry S. , eds , Memoirs of Dr. Charles Burney
1726–1769 , London , NB : University of Nebraska Press , 1988 . Kollmann ,
A.F.C. , Essay on Musical Harmony , London , 1796 . ... A Retrospect of the State
of Music in Great Britian , since the Year 1798 ' , Quarterly Musical Register , 1 (
1812 ) , 6–28 .

Author: Howard Lee Irving

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Irving (music, U. of Alabama-Birmingham) focuses on the thought and influence of William Crotch (1775-1847), Oxford music professor who chronicled the issues involved in the battle between partisans supporting ancient and modern music. The volume provides a brief biography of Crotch, followed by det

The Musical Times

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Grove s Dictionary of Music and Musicians Supplementary Volume Ed by H C Colles

Author: George Grove

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Category: Music

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Grove s Dictionary of Music and Musicians

Author: Sir George Grove

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The Repository of Arts Literature Commerce Manufactures Fashions and Politics

155 MINERVAOFFICE , LEADENUALL - STREET AXCIENT MUSIC . ...
COLILOTION OF ANCIENT MUSIC , consistPrinted for A. K. Newman and Co. ing
of as ous Descriptions of ... THE QUARTERLY JUSICAL REGISTER . This day is
published , closely printed in a hand January 1 , 1912 , is published , Price 36 .
some volume , foolscap svo similar to DOMESNo. ... ( as announced last month )
written and THE NEW FAMILY RECEIPT - BOOK . collected by A. F. KOLLMANN ,
Organist of ...

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Der angehende praktische Organist

Author: Johann Christian Kittel

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Category: Chorale preludes

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