Music in Berlin, 1870-1910: An Empire for Absolute Music

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Sanna Pederson, University of Oklahoma, Norman

“An Empire for Absolute Music” focuses on concerts of instrumental music during the Kaiserzeit – when the most celebrated piano and violin virtuosos lived and taught in Berlin, frequently described as the musical capital of the world. Short blog posts introduce protagonists and events presented with images, documents and other primary sources. Other features of the site are, for example, a “Timeline of Music in Berlin” or a “Map of the Stars in 1907.”

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