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Die Schott Music Group

Die Schott Music Group

250 Jahre Verlagsgeschichte


  • Edition: Festschrift
  • Language: German
  • Order No.: ED 25000
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250 years of Schott! There are only few family businesses that can celebrate such a proud anniversary. This publishing history tells of it: of the beginnings of young Bernhard Schott as a music engraver, of the turbulent times during the French Revolution, of the first heyday under "B. Schott's Söhne" in the 19th century, when important late works by Beethoven like Symphony No. 9 and "Missa solemnis" were published by the publishing house, of the collaboration with Richard Wagner and the enormous financial investments in his stage works "The Mastersingers of Nuremberg", "The Ring of the Nibelung" and "Parsifal". It also deals with the Schott and (since 1874) Strecker families of publishers, the dawn of modernity, the effects of two devastating world wars, the arduous years of reconstruction after 1945 and the consistent expansion into a modern media company and an internationally operating publishing group.
The book is structured chronologically and conveys that the long company history is also a weighty piece of musical, social, intellectual and economic history. It deals with the development of the publishing programme from its early beginnings to the present day and contains portraits of the individual leading figures of the publishing house. The richly illustrated volume is complemented by essays on the most important areas of the publishing house, especially on its educational commitment, as well as on topics such as the publishing archives and sheet music production.
Details
Binding: Hardback/Hard Cover
Content text: Vorwort
Die Anfänge: 1770 bis 1800
Bernhard Schott: Der Verlagsgründer
Ausbau und Wachstum: 1800 bis 1850
Andreas und Johann Joseph Schott: B. Schott's Söhne
Das historische Schott-Archiv
Die Ära Wagner: 1850 bis 1883
Franz Schott: Der Wagner-Verleger
Schott London 1835 bis 2020
Neue Perspektiven: 1884 bis 1918
Ludwig Strecker sen.: Der Erbe
Die Notenherstellung bei Schott
Wechselvolle Zeiten: 1919 bis 1945
Ludwig Strecker jun.: Verleger und Librettist
Willy Strecker: Verleger und Kunstsammler
Der Verlag und seine Komponisten
Der Weg zu Schott Music: 1945 bis heute
Die Sparten des Verlags heute
Peter Hanser-Strecker: Visionär und Erneuerer
Der Verlag der Verlage: Peter Hanser-Strecker im Gespräch
Anmerkungen
Bildquellen
ISBN: 978-3-7957-2055-1
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 144
250 years of Schott! There are only few family businesses that can celebrate such a proud anniversary. This publishing history tells of it: of the beginnings of young Bernhard Schott as a music engraver, of the turbulent times during the French Revolution, of the first heyday under "B. Schott's Söhne" in the 19th century, when important late works by Beethoven like Symphony No. 9 and "Missa solemnis" were published by the publishing house, of the collaboration with Richard Wagner and the enormous financial investments in his stage works "The Mastersingers of Nuremberg", "The Ring of the Nibelung" and "Parsifal". It also deals with the Schott and (since 1874) Strecker families of publishers, the dawn of modernity, the effects of two devastating world wars, the arduous years of reconstruction after 1945 and the consistent expansion into a modern media company and an internationally operating publishing group.
The book is structured chronologically and conveys that the long company history is also a weighty piece of musical, social, intellectual and economic history. It deals with the development of the publishing programme from its early beginnings to the present day and contains portraits of the individual leading figures of the publishing house. The richly illustrated volume is complemented by essays on the most important areas of the publishing house, especially on its educational commitment, as well as on topics such as the publishing archives and sheet music production.
Binding: Hardback/Hard Cover
Content text: Vorwort
Die Anfänge: 1770 bis 1800
Bernhard Schott: Der Verlagsgründer
Ausbau und Wachstum: 1800 bis 1850
Andreas und Johann Joseph Schott: B. Schott's Söhne
Das historische Schott-Archiv
Die Ära Wagner: 1850 bis 1883
Franz Schott: Der Wagner-Verleger
Schott London 1835 bis 2020
Neue Perspektiven: 1884 bis 1918
Ludwig Strecker sen.: Der Erbe
Die Notenherstellung bei Schott
Wechselvolle Zeiten: 1919 bis 1945
Ludwig Strecker jun.: Verleger und Librettist
Willy Strecker: Verleger und Kunstsammler
Der Verlag und seine Komponisten
Der Weg zu Schott Music: 1945 bis heute
Die Sparten des Verlags heute
Peter Hanser-Strecker: Visionär und Erneuerer
Der Verlag der Verlage: Peter Hanser-Strecker im Gespräch
Anmerkungen
Bildquellen
ISBN: 978-3-7957-2055-1
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 144
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