Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich / Monuments of Fine Austrian Music

The Gesellschaft zur Herausgabe von Denkmälern der Tonkunst in Österreich was founded in 1893 on the initiative of Guido Adler.

Its goal is to edit works that are significant for Austrian music history in accordance with the latest academic principles and thereby make them accessible to research and practice. The DTÖ are the oldest enterprise of their kind still existing today. To date, more than 163 volumes of music from the Middle Ages to the 19th century have been published.

Since 1913, the society has also published the yearbook Studien zur Musikwissenschaft as a supplement to the Denkmälern der Tonkunst in Österreich.

Archives, Collections, Management

In addition to a small reference library, the society has a relatively large association archive, a collection of scores that were created in the course of preparing editions, and numerous historically significant handwritten catalogs of music archives from the end of the 19th century.

The first president of the DTÖ was Eduard Hanslick, the head of publications Guido Adler, who remained the soul of the society until its suspension and reorganization by the National Socialist regime. The highest body of the Society was the Governing Commission. During the 120 years of the Society's existence, its members included important personalities from the fields of science and art, among them the composers Johannes Brahms, Gustav Mahler and Richard Strauss.

Members of the Governing Commission (as of 2018):

Maximilian Eiselsberg (president), Otto Biba (vice president), Martin Eybl (director of publications), Erwin Barta (treasurer), Elisabeth Fritz (secretary), Michele Calella, Uwe Harten, Thomas Hochradner, Hartmut Krones, Thomas Leibnitz, Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl, Birgit Lodes, Herbert Seifert, Herbert Zeman.

Orders:

DTÖ volumes from volume 160: Hollitzer Verlag, Vienna.
Studien zur Musikwissenschaft: Verlag Hans Schneider, Tutzing (until 2016), Hollitzer Verlag, Vienna (from 2018).

Website: www.dtoe.at

Gesellschaft zur Herausgabe von Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich
c/o Universität Wien
Institut für Musikwissenschaft
Campus Altes AKH, Hof 9
Spitalgasse 2-4
1090 Wien

Publications manager: eybl(at)mdw.ac(dot)at
Secretariat: elisabeth.hilscher(at)oeaw.ac(dot)at

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Cover Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Five Voices
Scott Lee Edwards , Stefan Gasch , Sonja Tröster

Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Five Voices

New Senfl Edition 3

Scott Lee Edwards, Stefan Gasch, Sonja Tröster (eds.): Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Five Voices. New Senfl Edition 3, Reihenhrsg. Martin Eybl und Birgit Lodes, Wien: Hollitzer Verlag, 2022 (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Band 163.3), 432 S., 24 x 34 cm, English, Softcover

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Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Four Voices (N-V)

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Scott Lee Edwards, Stefan Gasch, Sonja Tröster (eds.): Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Four Voices (N-V). New Senfl Edition 2, Reihenhrsg. Martin Eybl und Birgit Lodes, Wien: Hollitzer Verlag, 2022 (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Band 163.2), 240 S., 24 x 34 cm, English, Softcover

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Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Four Voices (A-I)

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Scott Lee Edwards, Stefan Gasch, Sonja Tröster (eds.): Ludwig Senfl: Motets For Four Voices (A-I). New Senfl Edition 1, Reihenhrsg. Martin Eybl und Birgit Lodes, Wien: Hollitzer Verlag, 2021 (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Band 163.1), 226 S., 24 x 34 cm, English, Softcover

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Allan Badley

Leopold Hofmann (1738-1793). Sechs Konzerte für Tasteninstrument

Allan Badley (ed.): Leopold Hofmann (1738-1793). Sechs Konzerte für Tasteninstrument, Reihenhrsg. Martin Eybl, Wien: HOLLITZER Verlag, 2019 (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Band 161), 300 S., 24 x 34 cm, English, Softcover

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Johann Stadlmayr (ca. 1575-1648). Missae breves 1641

Kurt Drexel, Reihenhrsg. Martin Eybl: Johann Stadlmayr (ca. 1575-1648). Missae breves 1641, Wien: Hollitzer Verlag, 2018 (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Band 160), 99 S., 24 x 34 cm, Deutsch, Softcover

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