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Simrock, Fritz, 1837-1901 Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France German National Library International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)

Simrock, Friedrich August, 1837-1901 Vatican Library National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

Simrock, Fritz National Library of Sweden BIBSYS

Simrock, Friedrich August ISNI

Fritz Simrock Berliner Musikverleger Wikidata

Simrock, Fritz (Friedrich August), 1837-1901 National Library of the Netherlands

Simrock, Fritz (1838-1901) National Library of Poland

VIAF ID: 17328010 (Personal)

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4 Partsongs International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Brev BIBSYS
Briefe an P. J. Simrock und Fritz Simrock National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France BIBSYS Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Sweden Vatican Library German National Library
Briefwechsel German National Library
Concertos International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Correspondance National Library of France
[cover title:] [added by Bruch, with blue crayon: "Vier"] | Männerchöre. | Componirt | und der "Concordia" in Aachen zugeeignet | von | Max Bruch. Op. [struck through:] 48. [corrected with red crayon in: "47", struck through with blue crayon and corrected finally in "48."] | Partitur. International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[cover title, by Max Bruch:] Die Macht des Gesanges. | Gedicht von Schiller. | Für Chor, Bariton-Solo, Orchester | und Orgel | von | Max Bruch. | Op. 87 | (Partitur) <br> [heading:] Die Macht des Gesanges | [right side, with pencil:] Max Bruch, op. 87 International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[cover title, by V. Schurig?:] Original=Partitur | zu | Figaro's Hochzeit | 1. u. 2. Act. | v. Mozart. | Poss. Volkmar Schurig | in | Dresden. <br>[caption title, p. 1:] Sinfonia International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[cover title:] Dem Andenken Schillers | Scene der Marfa | aus Schillers unveröffentlichtem Drama | "Demetrius". | Für hohen Alt mit Orchester | [struck through: "componirt"] von | Max Bruch. | Op. 80. | Partitur International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Demetrius International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Der Herr ist mein Hirte International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Konzertstücke International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Kriegsgesang International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[Letter], 1874 März 16, Wien [to] S. [Simrock] Library of Congress/NACO
[Letter, 1884 Oct. 10, to Keller] Library of Congress/NACO
Le nozze di Figaro International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Seeräuberlied International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
Suite nach russischen Volksmelodien International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[title page:] Dem Arion in New York | zugeeignet. | Seeräuberlied | aus dem Drama "Die Gräfin" | von Heinrich Kruse. | Für Männerchor und Orchester | componirt von | Max Bruch. | Op. 68 N|r 1. | Partitur <br> [heading:] Seeräuberlied | [added with red ink:] Song of the Pirates | (H. Kruse) International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[title page:] III. Violinkonzert | von Max Bruch. | Clav-Auszug. | (Manuscript). | [with pencil:] op. 58 International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)
[title page:] Willy Hess freundschaftlichst | zugeeignet. | Concertstück | (Allegro appassionato und Adagio) | für Violine mit Orchester | von | Max Bruch | op. 84. | Partitur. | [at bottom right:] Abschrift. | Eigenthum von | N. Simrock | in Berlin. | M. Bruch | 1. Januar | 1911. <br> International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM)

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