KOCHEL CATALOGUE PDF
Numbers from the first (K1) and sixth (K6) editions of the Köchel catalog are clearly marked in these lists. In all other references, the Mozart Project uses the. minor works from the appendices. The list follows the original Köchel catalog numbering scheme, but new works are designated with the Köchel 6 numbering. chronological catalogue of compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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I’m not really interested in any particular artist, genre, or time period. Instead, I’d rather like to know where to look for data like that in general.
Pointers to explicit lists are nevertheless welcome.
There are a number of other composers with these types of numbering schemes. The best, and always most up to date, place to go for complete works catalogues is the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.
It is available online, but you must have access to a subscription of some sort. Many universities and public libraries have online database subscriptions.
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Grove allows you to search by composer. Each entry includes a complete biographical history, a complete works list, and bibliography of places to go for even more information.
If you are then interested in finding the music listed, the complete works list also includes excellent bibliographic information of all scholarly editions in current publication.
The prefix BWV, followed by the work’s number, is catalpgue shorthand identification for Bach’s compositions.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Florian Brucker 1 5 Wikipedia has a category of music catalog pages. American Luke 5, 5 33 That Bach doesn’t go where it’s supposed to, I think. It worked five years ago: Reina Abolofia 2, 13 Although I’m looking for a publicly available source this is interesting nevertheless. The Grove is publicly available. Check out your local library’s website. I catalgoue mine has a subscription. It’s the most reliable source in music history; it just requires a little kochep work to get to than wikipedia.
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