Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung
The general musical newspaper (short AmZ ) is one of the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik of the most important music journals of the 19th century. It was founded in 1798 in Leipzig by Friedrich Rochlitz and the Gottfried Christoph Härtel music publishers, whose publisher Breitkopf & Härtel she appeared.
The journal has particular the careers of Haydn and Beethoven strongly accompanied, both received a free copy of the magazine. In addition, she has contributed to the fact that Mozart was named after his early death in the third of the great Viennese classics.
For all vintages is the Répertoire International de la Presse Musicale ( RIPM ) processing with Calendar and Index:
- Karl Klügle, General musical newspaper from 1863 to 1869. 7 vols Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI, 1995
Both publications provide detailed introductions to the magazines.
- Barmen: Emil Kamphausen
- Basel: Selmar Bagge
- Berlin: Friedrich Wilhelm Jähns, Philipp Spitta
- Bonn: Hermann Deiters
- Frankfurt: W. Oppel
- Göttingen: Eduard Hille, E. Krueger
- Hamburg: Emil Krause
- Kempten: Adolf Thürlings
- Cologne: S. de Lange, R. E. Reusch
- Copenhagen: Anton Rée
- Leipzig: Franz von Holstein, Albert Tottmann, Gustav Wustmann
- Magdeburg: Alexander Ritter
- Munich: Karl Emil von Schafhäutl, Friedrich Brandstetter, L. Stetter, G. von Tucher
- Potsdam: Paul Waldersee
- Stuttgart: Bernhard Gugler
- Trieste: Eduard Bix
- Vienna: Gustav Nottebohm Martin, A. Tuma