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Bach the court composer

Exhibition from 15th February to 23th June 2019, Bachmuseum Leipzig

Johann Sebastian Bach spent a third of his professional life employed by minor royalty. He served as court organist and Concertmeister at the ducal court in Wiemar (1708-1717) and then as Capellmeister at the... Gehe zur Nachricht.

“Der Mond ist aufgegangen“ – zum 240. Geburtstag eines Klassikers

Sonderausstellung im Heinrich-Schütz-Haus Bad Köstritz – 18. Mai bis 8. September 2019

Öffnungszeiten des Museums: Dienstag bis Freitag: 10-17 Uhr Samstag / Sonntag / Feiertag: 13-17 Uhr... Gehe zur Nachricht.

„Empfindsam, heroisch, erhaben – Händels Frauen“

Händel-Festspiele vom 31. Mai bis 16. Juni 2019 in Halle/Saale

An 17 Tagen feiert die Stiftung Händel-Haus in der Stadt Halle mit über 50.000 Gästen aus Nah und Fern sowie Solisten, Chören und Orchestern... Gehe zur Nachricht.

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Germany possesses musical traditions and legacies of extraordinary value: Handel, Schuetz and Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, and Wagner - to mention only a few names - are composers who are known and treasured throughout the world. Their work has played a significant role in shaping a unique musical landscape.

Numerous orchestras, choruses, ensembles, renowned music festivals and series, music houses with museums, public archives and libraries, but also private collections preserve their musical heritage.

It is necessary to revitalize this inestimable fund again and again and to develop it for the present. At the same time, an important role befits the houses combined in the consortium of music museums of Germany. In them we encounter the work of the musicians and composers who have extraordinarily enriched the cultural nation of Germany. However, beyond the individual portrait, beyond the procurement of individual oeuvres, the music museums also contribute overall to the maintenance of musical tradition. The present brochure underscores this aspect of the synoptic presentation and invites the reader on a journey into the musical history of Germany. I hope this tour guide will be actively used and receive a large response.

Bernd Neumann, Member of the Lower House of the German Parliament
Minister of State with the Federal Chancellor
Commissioner of the Federal Government for Culture and Media

Quoted from: Foreword to the brochure "Music Museums in Germany", 2007.