Lautenistinnen in Deutschland im 18. Jahrhundert
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Farstad, P. K. “Lautenistinnen in Deutschland Im 18. Jahrhundert”. Early Modern Culture Online, Vol. 2, no. 1, Feb. 2018, doi:10.15845/emco.v2i1.1281.

Abstract

"Lautenistinnen in Deutschland im 18. Jahrhundert" contains a descriptive presentation of some of the most outstanding female lutenists in the 18th Century German Countries: Luise Adelgunde Victoria von Gottsched, Anna Maria Wilhelmina von Althan Lobkovitz, Christiane Mariane von Ziegler, Anna Ilsabe Lehmann Brockes, and Friederike Sophie Wilhelmine of Bayreuth. The article is a small contribution to the ongoing international female research within the area of musicology.

Key words:·      Women lutenists

·      18th century German Countries

·      Women's position in the musical life

https://doi.org/10.15845/emco.v2i1.1281
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