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Year: 1698 (1690s)

Authors: Hoogstraten, Frans van, 1632-1696 Hooghe, Romeyn de, 1645-1708 Solmans, Engelbertus Puer, Hendrik van, fl. 1668-1671

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Mozart's birthplace museum

Salzburg, Austria

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (German: [ˈvɔlfɡaŋ amaˈdeus ˈmoːtsaʁt], English see fn.[1]), baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart[2] (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers.

 

Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood in Salzburg. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17 he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of Mozart's death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons.

 

Mozart learned voraciously from others, and developed a brilliance and maturity of style that encompassed the light and graceful along with the dark and passionate. His influence on subsequent Western art music is profound. Beethoven wrote his own early compositions in the shadow of Mozart, of whom Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years."

 

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVSgx7gKc_k - Jascha Heifetz plays Rondo by Mozart

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart s-a născut la 27 ianuarie 1756 la Salzburg, pe atunci capitala unui principat-arhiepiscopat (germ. Fürstbistum) ce făcea parte din Sfântul Imperiu Roman de Naţiune Germană (după 1804 devenit Imperiul Austriac). Tatăl lui, Leopold Mozart, era un talentat violonist în orchestra de la curtea prinţului arhiepiscop din Salzburg, şi era apreciat pentru aptitudinele sale pedagogice. În registrul de botez, noul născut a fost înregistrat cu numele: Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus. Mai târziu, în Italia, şi-a luat numele de "Amadeus", traducerea latină a lui „Theophilus” („Iubitorul de Dumnezeu”).

 

Încă de mic copil, Wolfgang dă dovada geniului său muzical. La vârsta de 5 ani, înainte de a şti să scrie, compune câteva piese pentru pian, transcrise imediat de tatăl său. În ianuarie 1762, Leopold Mozart obţine de la arhiepiscopul Schrattenbach un concediu de trei săptămâni, pentru "a arăta lumii acest miracol". Acest turneu va dura 9 ani! Prima apariţie are loc la München, unde Wolfgang execută muzică la clavecin în faţa prinţului elector de Bavaria, după care familia Mozart pleacă la Viena, tânărul Wolfgang concertând în faţa familiei imperiale. Urmează un lung turneu european: Augsburg, Aachen, Bruxelles, Paris şi Versailles. Rămâne un an la Londra, apoi se întoarce în Austria, trecând prin Franţa, Elveţia şi Bavaria. Între decembrie 1769 şi martie 1771 întreprinde un lung turneu în Italia: Verona, Milano, Florenţa, Roma şi Napoli au fost principalele staţiuni de concerte. Peste tot publicul era fascinat de talentul acestui copil precoce, între timp devenit adolescent.

  

Mozart împreună cu sora sa Maria Anna şi tatăl Leopold, pe perete un portret al mamei, Anna Maria - Tablou de Johann Nepomuk della Croce, 1780

În serviciul curţilor princiare

Familia Mozart revine la Salzburg la 15 decembrie 1771. Wolfgang împlineşte 16 ani şi pleacă pentru câteva luni la Bologna, unde studiază cu Giovanni Battista Martini (1706-1816), renumit pedagog în arta compoziţiei. La întoarcere este angajat ca maestru de concert (Konzertmeister) de către noul arhiepiscop din Salzburg, contele Colloredo, cu un salariu de 150 de guldeni pe an, ceea ce constituia o sumă apreciabilă. În această funcţie rămîne timp de şase ani, deşi relaţiile cu noul arhiepiscop nu sunt din cele mai bune, acesta tratându-l de servitor şi interzicându-i să părăsească oraşul Salzburg. Nemaiputând suporta umilinţele, Wolfgang îşi dă demisia în 1777 şi pleacă, însoţit de mama sa, la München, unde solicită un angajament la curtea prinţului elector Maximilian III. Acesta însă îl refuză. După o altă tentativă nereuşită la Mannheim, se hotărăşte să-şi încerce soarta la Paris, unde - în timpul turneului din 1763 - avusese mult succes. Publicul parisian nu-şi mai amintea însă de copilul minune de atunci şi Mozart se loveşte de multe greutăţi. La toate acestea se adaugă moartea mamei, care îl însoţise peste tot. Starea lui morală se ameliorează cu greu, compoziţiile sale încep să fie apreciate la curtile domnesti. Lipsurile materiale îl constrâng totuşi să părăsească Parisul şi iată-l la 15 ianuarie 1779 din nou la Salzburg, unde rămâne doi ani. Între timp compune opera Idomenea, cu care înregistrează un mare succes. Se decide totuşi în 1781 să plece la Viena, capitala imperiului.

 

Viena era în acea epocă capitala mondială a muzicii clasice. Mozart se simte în sfârşit independent şi îşi creează un cerc de relaţii, conştient de faptul de a fi un virtuos fără egal al pianului. Înregistrează primul mare succes cu opera Răpirea din serai, fiind felicitat de însuşi împăratul Iosif II cu cuvintele: o muzică prea frumoasă pentru urechile noastre. Mozart dă numeroase concerte publice şi private, executând din propriile compoziţii, improvizează spontan pe teme date, aplauzele nu contenesc, publicul este în extaz. Redescoperă operele lui Bach şi Händel, pe care le face cunoscute publicului vienez.

 

La 4 august1782 se căsătoreşte cu Constanze Weber. La 1785 este vizitat de tatăl său, Leopold, care - până atunci foarte reticent - constată cu satisfacţie reuşita lui Wolfgang. Este încântat să audă din gura lui Joseph Haydn: "Fiul Dumneavoastră este cel mai mare compozitor pe care l-am cunoscut". La sfârşitul unui concert în Burgtheater, după interpretarea concertului nr. 20 pentru pian, împăratul Iosif - prezent în sală - se ridică în picioare agitându-şi pălăria şi strigând "Bravo Mozart !". În această perioadă Mozart compune într-un ritm neobişnuit, lucrează cu obstinaţie la splendidele cvartete dedicate lui Haydn şi la opera Nunta lui Figaro, după o piesă a lui Beaumarchais, operă revoluţionară, ca muzică şi conţinut istoric, reuşind să depăşească dificultăţile din partea nobilimii

  

Ultimii ani

În timp ce Mozart termină compoziţia operei Don Giovanni, tatăl său se îmbolnăveşte şi moare la 28 mai 1787. Leopold a jucat un rol important în educaţia muzicală a fiului său, instruindu-l încă din copilărie şi contribuind astfel la dezvoltarea geniului muzical al lui Mozart.

 

Între 1784 şi 1786, Mozart realizează în medie o compoziţie la fiecare două săptămâni, cele mai multe adevărate capodopere. Premiera operei Don Giovanni are loc la Praga şi este primită de public cu entuziasm. Urmează opera Così fan tutte, reprezentată cu mai puţin succes. Mozart pierde treptat din popularitate, între timp murise şi protectorul său, împăratul Iosif II, care îl numise compozitor al curţii imperiale.

 

În martie 1790 dă ultimul său concert public, interpretând concertul pentru pian KV595. Compune încă opera Flautul fermecat, cu care obţine un succes enorm. Începând din luna noiembrie 1791, sănătatea lui Mozart se degradează însă progresiv. Se pare că suferea de o febră reumatismală recurentă cu insuficienţă renală. Speculaţiile nu au lipsit, suspectându-se o otrăvire pusă la cale de rivalii lui, cum ar fi fost Antonio Salieri. La 4 decembrie starea lui se ameliorează trecător, mai lucrează la compoziţia Requiem-lui, pe care nu va reuşi să-l termine. Există mărturii că Requiemul a fost comandat compozitorului de o persoană necunoscută, care i-a venit în vizită fiind îmbrăcată în straie de culoare neagră. Persoana a fost mai tîrziu identificată-acesta era un slujitor al unui conte vestit. Contele, pe numele Welsegg, avea intenţia de a se interpreta Requiemul compus de Mozart cu ocazia trecerii din viaţă a soţiei sale, reclamînd creţia drept compoziţie proprie. Despre această întîmplare Mozart nu a mai aflat. El era convins că muzica şi-o scrie pentru propria sa moarte! În ziua de 5 decembrie 1791, viaţa scurtă a lui Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart se stinge pentru totdeauna. Avea numai 35 de ani. După un scurt serviciu divin la catedrala Sfântul Ştefan („Stefansdom”) din Viena, trupul neînsufleţit al lui Mozart este dus fără un cortegiu de însoţitori (se pare că aşa era tradiţia la Viena), la cimitirul Sankt Marx, mormântul său rămânând anonim până în zilele noastre.

  

[modifică] Opera muzicală a lui Mozart

În scurta sa viaţă, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart a compus un număr enorm de opere muzicale, cele mai multe neegalate în frumuseţe sau profunzime. În 1862 Ludwig von Köchel a clasificat şi catalogat compoziţiile lui Mozart, fiind numerotate cu menţiunea KV (Köchel-Verzeichnis = catalogul Köchel). Ultima sa creaţie, Requiem-ul, are numărul 626.

 

Mozart a fost autorul a 41 de simfonii, printre care sunt de menţionat Simfonia nr. 35 Haffner, nr. 36 Linz, nr. 40 şi nr. 41 Jupiter.

 

A compus 27 concerte pentru pian şi orchestră, 7 concerte pentru vioară şi orchestră, concerte pentru clarinet, pentru harpă şi flaut, pentru corn şi orchestră, 2 simfonii concertante, divertismente, serenade.

 

În domeniul muzicii de cameră sunt de menţionat cele 6 cvartete pentru coarde dedicate lui Haydn, sonate pentru pian, sonate pentru vioară şi pian, trios pentru vioară, violoncel şi pian, cvartete pentru instrumente de suflat, sextetul O glumă muzicală etc.

 

Pasionat de operă, a compus 17 opere, dintre care cele mai cunoscute, jucate şi astăzi pe scenele tuturor teatrelor de operă din lume, sunt: Răpirea din Serai, Nunta lui Figaro, Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, Flautul fermecat.

 

A mai compus 19 messe, cantate, motette pentru soprană şi orchestră, oratoriul "Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots" şi, în fine, "Requiem"-ul în re minor.

  

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The Mozart monument was originally erected at the Augustinerplatz, but moved to the Burggarten in 1953. It shows Mozart surrounded by puttis and musical instruments. Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart lived from 27 January 1756 to 5 December 1791. He composed over six hundred works and died at Rauhensteingasse 8 in the heart of the city. The statue is by Viktor Tilgner and dates from 1896.

Stadtpark is devided by a concrete canal and houses many statues. Johann Strauß II has been unveiled to the public on 26 June 1921, gilding was removed in 1935 and laid on again in 1991. Johann Baptist Strauss jr. was born in Vienna on 25 oktober 1825 and died in Vienna, 3 juni 1899.

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Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart

 

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood.

Born: January 27, 1756, Salzburg, Austria

 

Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. Salzburg's "Old Town" is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. Wikipedia

Johannes Chrysostomus

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Title: Vita S. Norberti, canonicorvm Praemonstratensivm patriarchae

Year: 1800 (1800s)

Authors: Sterre, Joannes Chrysostomus van der, 1561-1652 Galle, Théodore, 1571-1633

Subjects: Norbert, of Xanten, Saint, ca. 1080-1134

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood.

Born: January 27, 1756, Salzburg, Austria

 

Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. Salzburg's "Old Town" is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. Wikipedia

Mozarts Geburtshaus, Mozarts birthplace

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Mozart Memorial by Viktor Tilgner

1896.

Originally near sited near the State Opera, moved to Burggarten park in 1955.

  

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, (baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music.

He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers.

 

Born: 27 January 1756 – Died: 5 December 1791."

  

This memorial in the form of a statue of the composer is in the Burggarten in Vienna, Austria.

The pose struck by Mozart in the statue, which was created in 1896, depicts a scene from Don Giovanni.

Bedding plants are laid in the form of a musical clef.

  

The Burggarten was formerly part of the Kaiser's private garden and adjoins the Butterfly House and The Greenhouse "Palmenhaus

  

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Identifier: vitasnorbertican00ster

Title: Vita S. Norberti, canonicorvm Praemonstratensivm patriarchae

Year: 1800 (1800s)

Authors: Sterre, Joannes Chrysostomus van der, 1561-1652 Galle, Théodore, 1571-1633

Subjects: Norbert, of Xanten, Saint, ca. 1080-1134

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Identifier: workoffraangeli00scot

Title: The work of Fra Angelico da Fiesole reproduced in three hundred and twenty-seven illustrations

Year: 1913 (1910s)

Authors: Scottmüller, Frida, 1872-

Subjects: Angelico, fra, ca. 1400-1455

Publisher: New York, Brentano's

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Imagine your ideal dinner party....which 12 famous people / people from history would you invite?

 

1. Jonas Brothers

2. Saddle Club Girls

3. Ra the Egyptian Sun God

4. Phar Lap (when he was alive.....not his dead stuffed body)

5. Lemony Snicket

6. Mozart

7. Beethoven

8. Taylor Swift

9. Pink

10. Stephanie Rice (Australian swimmer)

11. Dame Edna

12. Dr Seuss

 

As usual, these pics are not mine......they are taken by other flickrites, and assembled here for the My Meme Group where we take part in compiling mosaics based on different themes.

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1. Jonas Brothers rare pick, 2. The Saddle Club - Series 3, 3. Isis Y Ra., 4. Phar Lap, 5. Snarl at Southwold, 6. Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart (January 27th, 1756 - December 5th, 1791), 7. Ludwig Van Beethoven - the 'deaf' man who composed the best music, 8. Taylor Swift- Love Story(explore!), 9. Pink, 10. Steph, 11. Dame Edna Everage, 12. Dr Seuss Letter with drawing #1

 

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Lo prefiero asi blanco no más, pero bueno , trabajos son trabajos.

Born Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart

(27 January 1756 - 5 December 1791)

Scanned from film in 2000.

 

Mozart Memorial by Viktor Tilgner

1896.

Originally near sited near the State Opera, moved to Burggarten park in 1955.

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, (baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music.

He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers.

 

Born: 27 January 1756 – Died: 5 December 1791."

  

This memorial in the form of a statue of the composer is in the Burggarten in Vienna, Austria.

The pose struck by Mozart in the statue, which was created in 1896, depicts a scene from Don Giovanni.

Bedding plants are laid in the form of a musical clef.

  

The Burggarten was formerly part of the Kaiser's private garden and adjoins the Butterfly House and The Greenhouse "Palmenhaus

  

Wikipedia

   

Johannes Chrysostomus: Sermones morales XXV. [Bologna]: Balthasar Azoguidus, 12 May 1475. Front cover of binding: France, 18th-century red morocco decorated with triple gold fillets with a small gold fleuron at each corner. Sp Coll Hunterian Bx.3.13.

 

Identifier: 2historyofrebell07claruoft

Title: The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, begun in the year 1641 : with the precedent passages and actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy end, and conclusion thereof by the king's blessed restoration, and return upon the 29th of May, in the year 1660

Year: 1798 (1790s)

Authors: Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674

Subjects: Great Britain -- History Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660

Publisher: Basil J. J. Tourneisen

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

  

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siinus omnes Inlustrans arles, magne magister, eras ;Artes, el studia intermissae laudis avitae, Testis ubi historiis ire nomisma comesOblrituni plerumque solet, monumentaquc rerum Atque operum, claris nempe coaeva viris.Unus doctorum [iro, Bartbolomace, phalange Ipse videbaris stare alienigenum;Quos facile erudicns, omnique effusus amorc Fecisli ex oleo lumen habere luo.Amnihus emunclum sic in diversa fugaces Flumen agit rivos, atque uiiuistrat opcmTexturae artificuni, multiplicibusque rotarum Deuticulis; minimus sit labor unde manusLanificac pensis properandis agminc fili, Et ^ice perpctua majus ubique lucrum.O ulinam qui merce tua, scriptisque disertis, Et monitis famae convaluere sono,Se tandem gratos faleanlur ! et bujus amici Ilaliae, ac patriae sint rationc pia :Ferme ul nulricem solet ambitiosus alumnus Amplccli a tencris, respicere el juvcnisMo\ cupide, ul matreni. Nam tcllus Itala alcndis Omnibus ingeniis ubera matris babel. — Alois. Chrysostomus Ferruccius. L A L B U M 93

 

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No. 3 - 3: Exploring Ulmer Münster., Germany: (9/5/10)

 

Organs

The cathedral has four organs:

 

- in the rear gallery, a very large factor Walcker organ,

Above is a detail of this Organ.

 

Walcker, Opus 5000, 1969

 

* 5 manuals and pedal 5 manuals and pedal / 5 manuals and pedal

* pipes 98 games / stops, 161 ranks / ranks, 8.900 ~ pipe / pipes

* Mechanical key action Mechanical key / Mechanical key action

* Electric stop action Electric traction games / Electric stop action

 

The Gallery Organ

 

It is conceivable that organs have existed in the buildings before the present cathedral. The first reference found in the archives, dating back to 1416 when it relates to a report submitted by the organist. As to the reference, it goes back to 1431 when an organ was built by Ludwig factor, Breslau. The instrument will be expanded, by Konrad Rotenburg, once in 1439 and again in 1488.

 

The organ was destroyed during the Reformation. . An earlier report stated that "when they were not able to destroy the pipes and the buffet with their bare hands, they used ropes and chains and even horses to pull them down."

 

From 1576 to 1579, the factor Kaspar Sturm, Schneeberg, was commissioned to build a new organ with 34 stops and over 3000 pipes at cost 11,000 guilders. In 1595 (or 1599), factors Conrad Schott, Peter Grünwald, Nuremberg, and Andreas Schneider, Reutlingen, enlarge the organ to 39 (or 40) heux. Meanwhile, the theologian Martin Luther approved the use of music and the organ during church services.

 

In 1630, the organ was renovated by Johannes Meier. . In 1698, a violent storm sweeps over the ruined tower and 500 pipes. They will be repaired the following year Chrysostomus Baur.

 

After four years of work, Georg Friedrich Schmahl installed in 1735, new keyboards, new mattresses and a division of Rückpositiv. The instrument now has 45 stops over three manuals and pedal. It is this instrument played by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during a stop in Ulm during the summer of 1763.

 

In 1856, Eberhard Friedrich Walcker factor enlarges the organ in 100 games over four manuals and pedal (double pedal) with a mechanical action. To moneut, this instrument is the largest in the world.

 

A new case is made for the instrument in 1880 and in 1930, the mechanical action is replaced by an electro-pneumatic and it adds nine new games.

 

The instrument is completely rebuilt, from 1967 to 1969, the firm Eberhard Friedrich Walcker & Co., Ludwigsburg, while reusing the existing piping. The specifications and design of the buffet are the work of Dr. Walter Supper. The instrument, regarded as the opus 5000, now has five manuals and approximately 8900 pipes.

 

. In 1997, an electronic combination was installed by the factor Reinhard Tzschöckel of Althütte.

 

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The other three Organs

 

- a choir organ with 20 games over two keyboards and pedal factor

 

- Rieger organ in chapel (Kappelenorgel) 14 games over two keyboards and

 

- Tzschöckel pedal factor, and a positive factor Walcker nine games.

 

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in front of Acropora sp. that appear to be covered with algae

Gold-mouth Turban - Turbo (Marmarostoma) chrysostomus Linnaeus, C., 1758 [more of this species]

   

Date: January 13, 2010

Location: London Aquarium [more at this location]

Country: United Kingdom

 

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Identifier: quinquagenasymbo00hant

Title: Quinquagena symbolica, in praecipua capita, et dogmata sacrae regulae SS. monachorum patris & legislatoris Benedicti, omnium justorum spiritu pleni : tanquam vera effigies reverendissimi perillustris ac amplissimi domini, domini Chrysostomi ... : inter ipsa sacerdotij Jubilei solemnia die 23. Julij orbi exhibita ab eXVLtantIbVs DeVotIs LILIgerI greMII sVI fILIIs : inseritur Conspectus edendorum fastorum campililiensium

Year: 1741 (1740s)

Authors: Hanthaler, Chrysostomus, 1690-1754 Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino Winkler, Johann Christoph, 1701-ca. 1770

Subjects: Benedictines Monasticism and religious orders Emblems

Publisher: Crembsij [Krems an der Donau (Austria)] : Typis Ignatij Antonij Präxl ...

Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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CONSPECTUS FASTO

 

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CAMPILILIENSIUM, „ Iribus jultis Tomis, lisque fingulis Bipartitis, 6c Fufldamento Diploma- tico innixis EDENDOROM, Scriptore P. Chrysostomo Hanthaler, Monacho Sc Sa« cerdote Campililienii, ibiddmque Bibliothecario, & p. t. Provincias Ciftercienlis Auftriacse Secretario, Luci datus Amio M. DCC. XLL

  

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