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écossaise

Overview page. Subjects: Music — Dance.

Contredanse originating either from France or Germany, performed by four or more couples in 2/4 time. It was based on genuine or imitated Scottish airs and was popular in Europe during the...

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Eulenburg

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Anglo-German firm of music publishers. It was founded by Ernst Eulenburg (1847–1926) in Leipzig in 1874. In 1891 he acquired the miniature score series (comprising over 200 chamber works)...

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Kurt Eulenburg

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(b Berlin, 1879; d London, 1982).

Son of E. Eulenburg. Succeeded as head of firm 1926, enlarging no. of miniature scores and publishing scholarly edns. by Blume, Einstein, and...

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music libraries

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography.

The main purpose of such libraries—the conservation of music, both as text and as sound—forms one point of a triangle. The composition and the publication of music mark the other ...

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