Table of contents
54 The great symbolic connectionsCosmos - Music - Theology: What remains hidden for separated disciplines.
53 A first official appreciation?The Swiss National Library includes this page in Switzerland's web archive.
52 About the struggle of science for freedom of thoughtResistance from outside and in own ranks
51 Undiminished topicality: WEF Davos 2020
50 Media and educational institutions go astrayAppeal to responsibility
49 IN MEMORIAM EMIL OLBRICH
48 On the index of societyOn the rejection of theological content in the Western sound system
47 Reply to no answerReminder letter to numerous culture editorial offices in Switzerland, Germany and Austria
46 Education Directorate Zurich makes a categorical decisionMusic teachers should decide on the inclusion of the theological content of the theory of harmony
45 The creed of Johann Sebastian Bach in picture and soundNew insight in the art of the fugue
44 Conclusioon the Christian symbolism of Western harmony
43 The Christian-medieval world view and its methodological shortcomings
42 How much Christian symbolism can it be?
41 What became of the Christian symbolism of Western harmony?
40 On the effect of Christian symbolism in Western music
39 The true story of Western music
38 Is music going to be banned now?A contribution to the discussion on the acceptance of religious symbols in classrooms
37 SymbolsMirrors of man
36 What you might not want to tell ...... your music-loving children
35 How the octave got its nameNotes on the presentation of the same title
34 The rediscovery of a world cultural heritageClose to touch and yet far away!
33 Strategy versus wisdom:Basics about dealing with the world
32 A concept at the abyss:Leading culture
31 Autonomy versus synergy:The brexit
30 Papal confessionCommentary on Benedict XVI's speech on occidental music
29 Interdisciplinary cooperation:Secret code of music decrypted.
28 On academic disregard for European cultural heritage
27 What architecture has to do with music.An intense pleading for interdisciplinary work.
26 Commitment to dialogue
25 Benedict XVI about Western musicThanks words of Benedict XVI on the occasion of receiving the honorary doctorate from the Pontifical University of…
21 John Henry van der Meer
16 Museum meets ManagementThe Museum of Arts and Crafts Hamburg went through far-reaching changes in the time before 2000.
12 The conservation of cultural heritage did not begin with musical instruments.Rather, the principles were formulated in the field of architecture.
13 Put to the point with a pencil. Basics of scientific work.
20 A portrait of RameauHere the composer Jean-Philippe Rameau appears in the Elysium of his own composition Castor and Pollux. Detail from…
7 Magical instruments paintingsDiana and Actaeon, painted by Hendrick van Balen (figures) and Jan Tilens (landscape).
15 The ladies instrumentJan Vermeer, Lady standing at a virginal, National Gallery, London
24 Preface to the first editionMonsignor Vincenzo de Gregorio, Preside of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, wrote the preface to the…
23 Patient supportIn its capacity as custodian of the collection of musical instruments at the Royal College of Music in London, Jenny…
10 Stage in ParisFlorence Getreau I owe access to the main testimonies of European Art at the Musée instrumental du Conservatoire…
19 First shooting for the cultural history of keyboard instrumentsCameraman Björn Detre in front of the golden harpsichord by Michele Todini at the Metropolitan Museum New York.
18 Special thanks to Laurence LibinCurators of musical instrument collections have a special access to documents of the historic piano-heritage and…
2 Hundred years of professional experienceEmil Olbrich (left) and Josef Meingast at the Music-fair in Frankfurt.
11 Historic preservation activities concerning instruments: The engagement against the destruction of cultural heritage in crafts.
22 Publication in honor of Grant O'BrienTo celebrate his 70th birthday Grant O'Brien hosted a concert for 2 harpsichords in the Chiesa del SSCrocifisso of…
17 Dutch, especially Flemish mastersare the specialty of Dr. Ursula Härting, who completed her dissertation in 1983 on Frans Francken d. J. (1581-1642)…
9 He never came with a wheelbarrow in the lecture ...
8 Folklore is a science with interdisciplinary profile:
6 Stage in Edinburgh. A tribute to John Barnes.
4 "Prof. Robert Suckale is a rousing teacher ...students learn from him the respect for the original, which questions one has to ask on site and how to reveal one…
14 To support a study in tension between two arts,
5 Searching for clues in AntwerpAs a starting point to explore the cultural history of keyboard instruments, no city in the world is more suitable…
3 After work, it was exciting ...as Dr. Hubert Henkel (* 1937- † 2013) examined a harpsichord which was converted into a fortepiano in the Neupert…
1 A book with consequencesIn 1955, Franz Josef Hirt (*1899 Lucerne - †1985 Bern) published his book: "Meisterwerke des Klavierbaus"…