Synonyms for musikgelehrten or Related words with musikgelehrten

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Examples of "musikgelehrten"
As a historian Hiller published a series of anecdotes and biographies, the "Anecdoten zur Lebensgeschichte großer Regenten und berühmter Staatsmänner and Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Musikgelehrten und Tonkünstler neuerer Zeit" and the "Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Musikgelehrten und Tonkünstler neuerer Zeit".
For the remainder of the century short biographies of the composer appeared in reference works like Johann Adam Hiller's "Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Musikgelehrten und Tonkünstler neurer Zeit", Ernst Ludwig Gerber's "Historisch-biographisches Lexikon der Tonkünstler" and Friedrich Carl Gottlieb Hirsching's "Historisch-literarisches Handbuch". The descriptions in such biographical articles were nearly exclusively based on the "Nekrolog", often copied with errors.
In 1868 Eitner headed up the establishment in Berlin of the "Society of Music Research" (""Gesellschaft für Musikforschung""), becoming secretary to the association and editor of its monthly magazine, , launched in 1869. Another series of publications from the association was the 29 volume set entitled , although it appears that this was never published in its entirety. There was also a succession of bibliographical works, which reflected Eitner's own enthusiasm for compositions from thee sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In addition, there was a ten volume reference compendiium entitled "Biographisch-Bibliographisches Quellen-Lexikon der Musiker und Musikgelehrten der christlichen Zeitrechnung bis zur Mitte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts", published between 1900 and 1904 in Leipzig, which set out the locations of both printed and manuscript works by early composers and musicologists, and which in the end was sufficiently valued as a research tool to be available in more than 200 major libraries in Europe.
IAML was founded after World War II to "promote international cooperation and standardization in such matters as cataloging, standards of service, personnel training and the exchange of materials between libraries." The founding of IAML was a three-year process from 1949 to 1951. It was part of the United Nations' mission to promote world peace. The founding conferences were held in Basel and Florence in 1949, in Lüneburg in 1950, and in Paris in 1951, the last one conducted by UNESCO. The Accademia Nazionale Luigi Cherubini celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1949, an event that brought around 60 music librarians, musicologists, and museum professionals from twelve countries to Florence. This was the first meeting of music librarians from around the world; plans for a separate organization had been discussed since the founding of the International Musicological Society in 1927, but the Second World War prevented anything from taking shape. The war had caused heavy losses at many libraries, and international cooperation was of utmost importance. Goals of the Florence conference included updating the status and locations of the musical sources described in "Biographisch-Bibliographisches Quellen-Lexikon der Musiker und Musikgelehrten der christlichen Zeitrechnung bis zur Mitte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts" (Leipzig, 1900–1904), establishing a central office in each country responsible for microfilming musical sources from before 1800, and addressing issues related to music cataloging. The first goal was realized in 1952 with the founding of the Répertoire International des Sources Musicales.