Links to Other Bruckner Sites

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Here are a few of my favorite sites and some other information that you may find useful.

Bruckner Online - Austria

Bruckner Online - Austria
The Austrian Academy of Sciences - Institute for art and music historical research, in Vienna has a new website devoted to Anton Bruckner. It already has many interesting features, including a time line of Bruckner's life and digitized images of the first editions and the Haas/Orel editions from the 1930's.

Access to digitized images of Bruckner's manuscripts (located at the ONB, St Florian, Kremsmuenster, etc.) can be accomplished through the "Werke - Datenbank" link, but you will need to know the library catalog number to find the specific score.


www.bruckner-online.at

The Anton Bruckner Institute Linz

The Anton Bruckner Institute Linz
This site holds a wealth of information on the composer. It contains an online WAB listing of Bruckner's compositions and Franz Scheder's exhaustive Chronological Database of Anton Bruckner's life.

www.abil.at

Hans Roelofs' Bruckner Discography

Hans Roelofs' Bruckner Discography
My friend and fellow Bruckner colleague, Hans Roelofs has posted his Bruckner Discography. Those of you who are interested in Bruckner's vocal and instrumental compositions will certainly welcome Han's work in this area.

http://www.brucknerdiskografie.nl.

The Bruckner Journal

The Bruckner Journal
The Bruckner Journal comes out three times a year and is available worldwide via subscription. It is a wonderful publication for anyone interested in the music of Bruckner. There are some very useful links on the website. The current editor is Dr. Michael Cucka.

Highly recommended.


http://www.brucknerjournal.com

William Carragan's Website

William Carragan's Website
William Carragan, one of the contributors to the Bruckner Complete Edition (as editor of the scores to both editions of the Symphony No. 2) has established his own website which includes many of his critical essays on the music of Anton Bruckner.

www.carragan.com

Amazon.com

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Bruckner Website in Ansfelden

Bruckner Website in Ansfelden
If you are planning on visiting Bruckner's hometown of Ansfelden, then this site will help you plan your visit.

http://anton-bruckner.heimat.eu/index.htm

Stift St. Florian

Stift St. Florian
The spiritual home and final resting place of Anton Bruckner. It is a wonderful place to visit and the monastery also offers rooms and conference facilities.

http://www.stift-st-florian.at/start.html#C

MWV Homepage - Vienna

MWV Homepage - Vienna

http://www.mwv.at/english/index.htm

The Anton Bruckner Institute Linz

 The Anton Bruckner Institute Linz
The ABIL was founded in 1978. The focus was on the exploration of the life and works of Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). In 2006, the duties were extended to the discussion of the Upper Austrian regional musical culture. In addition to basic research, the Institute is engaged in the collection and documentation of sources, the publishing of scientific journals as well as the support and implementation of lectures, symposiums and exhibitions. The Institute has a unique data and document collection and an extensive library. The site is also the home of the ABCD - The Anton Bruckner Chronologie Database maintained by Franz Scheder.


http://www.abil.at/

Bruckner Manuscripts Online

Bruckner Manuscripts Online
Many of Bruckner's musical manuscripts are now online from the Austrian National Library in Vienna. To view the manuscripts, click here to enter the "ONB-HANNA_Kataloge." In the search window, the best way to find a symphony is to type in the WAB numbers (WAB 102 = Symphony No. 2).

Not all manuscripts are online as of this writing, but the ones that are will have a "Digitalisat" link on the page. The resolution is very high and you can zoom in for a very close look.


ONB Library link

Facebook - An Anton Bruckner Group Page

Facebook - An Anton Bruckner Group Page
This Facebook Group reproduces much of the material that is on this website, but they often offer new material of their own. Some of that has been added to this website.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/antonbruckner/

Bruckner Scores Online

Bruckner Scores Online
This site is maintained by the University of Indiana at Bloomington

http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/variations/scores/symphonic.html

Eduardo Chibas' Furtwaengler Website

Eduardo Chibas' Furtwaengler Website
Many of you will be familiar with Eduardo Chibas as the conductor of Bruckner's Symphonies 7, 8 and 9 with the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra. (Those superb recordings are available in my webstore as CDs or as downloads). Mr. Chibas has had a long fascination with the conducting art of Wilhelm Furtwaengler and he has just opened a new website where he is making his extraordinary re-masterings of many Furtwaengler recordings (including Bruckner) available for download.

www.furtwanglersound.com

Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs Website

Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs Website
The conductor, musicologist and publicist, Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs maintains his own website which contains information about his activities including his work on the Bruckner 9th Finale.

http://www.benjamingunnarcohrs.com/

David Griegel's Bruckner Versions


http://www.bruckner.webs.com/versions.html

Jose Marques' Bruckner Versions


http://www.unicamp.br/%7ejmarques/mus/bruckner-e.htm

Lionel Tacchini's Listing of Historic Bruckner Symphony Recordings


http://home.arcor.de/lionel.tacchini/Historical_Bruckner.html

Wilhelm Furtwangler Society


http://www.furtwangler.net/

Bachtrack - Concert-finding Website

Here is a great site to find concerts containing music by Bruckner (or any other composer). It may also help in planning for upcoming broadcasts.

http://www.bachtrack.com/find-a-concert/What/composer=25-Bruckner

Composers Datebook (Audio Features)

This 2 minute daily feature is produced by American Public Media in association with the American Composers Forum. If you go to this site, type Bruckner into the search window and you will see a list of audio essays on Bruckner.

http://composersdatebook.publicradio.org/

Fritz Oeser (1911-1982) Website

Fritz Oeser  (1911-1982) Website
This is a site maintained by Fritz Oeser's daughter in honor of her father. It was officially opened on December 14th, 2010 - the anniversary of her parent's wedding day.

www.fritz-oeser.de

Yahoo! Anton Bruckner Forum

A good place to meet other people interested in the music of Bruckner. Subscription is free.

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/antonbrucknerclub/

Tatsuro Ouchi's Website of Recordings and Performances


http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/%7ehippo/musik/index.html

Yutaka Yamada's Bruckner Website

Yamada-san's site has many interesting links and a discography.

http://anthja.com/br3d.htm

Joachim Neusser's Bruckner Page

In German. Devoted mainly to Bruckner's Ninth Symphony

http://www.antonbruckner.org/

Joachim Wagner's Anton Bruckner Pages (German)

Joachim Wagner's Anton Bruckner Pages (German)
Joachim Wagner is a musician in Germany who has set up a website (Klangerede.de) that includes a great deal of material on Anton Bruckner. It links to reviews of recordings on Amazon.de and it lists his extensive Bruckner collection organized by its version.

http://www.klangrede.de/f%C3%BCr-musikliebhaber/anton-bruckner-aufnahmen-u-a/


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