News archive from the RISM Switzerland

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Collaboration with the Music Library of the University of the Arts Bern

RISM Switzerland starts in late July 2016 to catalog the collection of the Bernese composer Adolf Reichel (1816-1896) that was considered lost until 2013. The collection was donated to the Music Library of the University of the Arts in Bern by his great-grandson Helmuth Reichel. The cataloging of the Adolf...

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End of cataloging in the music archive of the BCU Lausanne

The cataloging of the collections of Henry Plumhof (1836-1914), Paul Juon (1872-1940), Louis Piantoni (1885-1958) and Raffaele d’Alessandro (1911-1959) in the music archive of the Cantonal and University Library of Lausanne was completed by the Swiss RISM office at the beginning of July 2016. The cataloging of manuscript and printed...

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Jubilee concert of the Swiss RISM Association on 14 June 2016 in Berne

The association “Swiss Office of the Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM)” celebrates its 20th anniversary on 14 June 2016 with a public concert. An ample choice from Maurizio Cazzati’s “Messa e Salmi”, op. 36, will be performed by the Basel vocal ensemble Voces Suaves. On this occasion, a speech...

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CD 'From Bologna to Beromünster' with Op. 36 by Maurizio Cazzati

RISM Switzerland is proud to announce the issue of a new CD in co-production. The work recorded here for the first time is the Messa e Salmi Op. 36 by Maurizio Cazzati. It was preserved at the end of the 17th century in the Collegiate church of Beromünster. Unfortunately this...

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End of the cataloguing of the Louis Niedermeyer collection

The cataloguing of the Louis Niedermeyer (1802-1861) collection, preserved by the Niedermeyer Foundation in Nyon, was completed by the Swiss RISM office at mid-January 2016. The cataloguing of the manuscript and printed sources has increased the database by 315 entries. The collection, comprising nearly the whole output of Niedermeyer transmitted...

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