Bavaria East and South

ITEMNUMBER

REGION OR CITY, CITY OR SECTOR

 

SHORTINFO

d07.7001

OBERPFALZ, Brand i.d. Oberpfalz

 

FO Reger° - J

d07.7011

Weiden

 

J A Reger

d07.7013

Weiden

 

FO Reger

d07.7014

Weiden

 

O Reger

d07.7015

Weiden

 

C Reger

d07.7031

Berching-Erasbach

 

FO Gluck° - C

d07.7041

Berching-Weidenwang

 

C Gluck

d07.7101

NIEDERBAYERN, Altmannstein-Mendorf

 

O Mayr

d07.7111

Ingolstadt

 

N - Mayr

d07.7113

Ingolstadt

 

J military music

d07.7121

Elsendorf-Ratzenhofen

 

K

d07.7131

Rohr

 

K

d07.7141

Kelhem-Weltenburg

 

K

d07.7201

Regensburg

 

O Mozart, Haydn

d07.7203

Regensburg

 

church music ♫

d07.7205

Regensburg

 

Domspatzen

d07.7207

Regensburg

 

N church music

d07.7209

Regensburg

 

E Proske

d07.7211

Regensburg

 

A library

d07.7213

Regensburg

 

A - F. Burgmüller

d07.7215

Regensburg

 

G Kepler †

d07.7217

Regensburg

 

Q

d07.7221

Donaustauf

special

A composers

d07.7231

Straubing

 

O Schikaneder°

d07.7233

Straubing

 

(Orff)

d07.7241

Straubing-Sossau

 

K

d07.7251

Aicha a/d Donau

 

K

d07.7270

Passau

 

musical history

d07.7271

Passau

 

K - EO Muffat a.o.

d07.7272

Passau

 

Q

d07.7274

Passau

 

O Mozart

d07.7277

Passau-Hals

 

O Lehár

d07.7311

OBERBAYERN, Berchtesgaden

 

F Mahler

d07.7321

Inzell-Niederachen

 

O Adlgasser°

d07.7331

Marquartstein

 

O R. Strauss

d07.7332

Marquartstein

 

F - O R. Strauss

d07.7341

Chiemsee

 

B - M. Haydn

d07.7351

Prien am Chiemsee

 

O Reger

d07.7361

Insel Seeon

 

O Mozart - K

d07.7411

Wasserburg

 

Mozart

d07.7412

Wasserburg

 

O Mozart

d07.7421

Valley

 

J K

d07.7441

Egern am Tegernsee

 

F Slezak

d07.7451

Benediktbeuren

 

Carmina Burana -K - E Kaminski

d07.7461

Ried

 

FO Kaminski

d07.7501

Mittenwald

 

N violin making

d07.7503

Mittenwald

 

C Klotz

d07.7505

Mittenwald

special

J violin making - O Klotz

d07.7511

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

special

F R.Strauss (E)

d07.7512

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

 

J A R.Strauss

d07.7521

Ettal

 

K

d07.7523

Ettal

 

FO Prokofiev

d07.7525

Ettal-Linderhof

 

M (Wagner)

d07.7531

Murnau

 

FM - Schönberg

d07.7541

Oberammergau

 

Q passion plays

d07.7551

Polling

 

K

d07.7561

Inning

 

F Egk

d07.7571

Schondorf

 

FO Pfitzner

d07.7601

Dießen

 

G Orff

d07.7611

Andechs

 

E Orff - K

d07.7631

Tutzing

 

C Brahms

d07.7633

Tutzing

 

Brahms

d07.7641

Bernried

 

O Mozart

d07.7701

Kempfenhausen

 

FO Wagner

d07.7711

Berg am Starnbergersee

 

Wagner

d07.7721

Starnberg

 

R harps

d07.7741

Fürstenfeldbruck

 

K

d07.7751

Schöngeising

 

O Lassus

d07.7800

MUNICH, München

 

musical history

d07.7801

München

special

J Residenz

d07.7801A

München Residenz A

 

Mozart

d07.7801C

München Residenz B

 

Mozart

d07.7801B

München Residenz C

 

QH - Mozart, Weber

d07.7801D

München Residenz D

 

music room

d07.7801E

München Residenz E

 

(Wagner)

d07.7801F

München Residenz F

 

H

d07.7802

München

special

Q

d07.7805

München

 

FO Lachner †

d07.7807

München

 

(Lassus)

d07.7809

München

 

O Mozart

d07.7811

München

 

C Mozart

d07.7813

München

 

F - Mozart

d07.7815

München

 

O Dall'Abaco

d07.7817

München

 

C Hartmann

d07.7819

München

 

A Lassus, Gluck

d07.7821

München

 

E Paumann

d07.7824

München

 

musical history

d07.7825

München

 

C R. Strauss - musical history

d07.7828

München

 

O Th. Böhm

d07.7829

München

 

O R. Strauss

d07.7831

München

 

H

d07.7833

München

 

F - O Weber

d07.7835

München

special

J - instruments ♫

d07.7837

München

 

C folk singers

d07.7839

München

 

J folk singers ♫

d07.7841

München

 

Q marionets

d07.7843

München

 

Q

d07.7845

München

special

J - instruments - H

d07.7847

München

 

H N A

d07.7849

München

 

♫ jazz club

d07.7851

München

 

FO Reger

d07.7853

München

 

FO Pfitzner

d07.7855

München

 

F musical history

d07.7857

München

special

J - instruments, E Lassus

d07.7859

München

 

QH - C Wagner

d07.7861

München

 

C Ludwig II (Wagner)

d07.7863

München

 

O Wagner

d07.7865

München

 

J A theatre

d07.7867

München

 

N H

d07.7869

München

 

N

d07.7871

München

 

A

d07.7873

München

 

FO Rheinberger

d07.7875

München

 

A Orff

d07.7877

München

 

F Orff°

d07.7879

München

 

FO Hartmann

d07.7881

München

 

FO Reger

d07.7885

München

 

A various musicians

d07.7887

München

 

P various musicians

d07.7889

München

 

P Reger, Hartmann

d07.7891

München

 

M - Mozart - ♫

d07.7001

FO Reger° - J

Max-Reger-Straße 16, Brand i.d. Oberpfalz

 

birthplace of Max Reger, °1873  -  exhibition in town hall, diagonally across (nr 7)

d07.7001

d07.7011

J A Reger

Pfarrplatz 4, Weiden

Stadt-Archiv

collection of documents and memorabilia about Reger and his friend and first teacher Lindner

d07.7013

FO Reger

Bürgermeister-Prechtl-Straße 31, Weiden

 

House of the Reger family from 1878  -  at nr. 13 (Jacobuskirche) first grave stone of Reger, † 1916 in Jena  (his permanent grave is in Munich)

d07.7014

O Reger

Schlörplatz 6, Weiden

'Rocky's Pilspub'

favourite pub of Reger (notorious bulk consumer)

d07.7014

d07.7015

C Reger

Friedrich-Ebert-Straße , Weiden

Reger-Park

Reger monument

d07.7015

d07.7031

FO Gluck° - C

Ringstraße 16, Berching-Erasbach

 

birthplace of Christoph Willibald Gluck, °1714  -  on opposite side Gluck monument.

d07.7031a
d07.7031b

d07.7041

C Gluck

Weidenwang A 13, Berching-Weidenwang

 

Gluck monument

d07.7041

d07.7101

O Mayr

Simon-Mayr-Platz 3, Altmannstein-Mendorf

 

birthplace of the opera composer Simon Mayr, °1763, teacher of Donizetti

d07.7101

d07.7111

N - Mayr

Konviktstraße 1, Ingolstadt

Canisiuskonvikt

Simon Mayer studied here.

d07.7113

J military music

Paradeplatz 4, Ingolstadt

Bayerisches Armeemuseum

Museum established in Munich in 1879, now in the Neues Schloß. Department of military music

d07.7121

K

-- Elsendorf-Ratzenhofen

Sankt Anton Kapelle

well preserved organ from 1740, 1 manual and pull-down pedal, 5 stops

d07.7131

K

Abt-Dominik-Prokop-Platz 1, Rohr

Klosterkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt

organ prospect by J. Konrad Brandenstein, 1725

d07.7141

K

Asamstraße 32, Kelhem-Weltenburg

Klosterkirche St. Georg u. Martin

organ by J. Konrad Brandenstein, 1729, 1 manual, 13 stops

d07.7201

O Mozart, Haydn

Weisse-Hahnen-Gasse 2, Regensburg

'Zum weissen Lamm'

visit by Mozart, 25.IX.1790 - visit by Haydn and Elssner, 22.I.1794, on their way to London

d07.7201

d07.7203

church music ♫

Domplatz 1, Regensburg

Dom Sankt Peter

excellent chuch music during Sunday high mass (9:00 p.m.) by Regensburger Domspatzen

d07.7205

Domspatzen

Reichsstraße 22, Regensburg

Musikgymnasium

Choir school of the Domspatzen

d07.7205

d07.7207

N church music

Andreasstraße 9, Regensburg

Kirchenmusikschule

Established in 1874 by F.X. Haberl. The most distinguished training institute of Roman Catholic church music outside Rome. Today Hochschule für Kirchenmusik und Musikpädagogik.

d07.7209

E Proske

Alfons-Auer-Straße 1, Regensburg

Unterer Katholischer Friedhof

monumental grave of Carl Proske, †1861, advocate and editor of a cappellapolyphony when it was still unpopular . He lived at Kapellengasse 6.

d07.7211

A library

St. Petersweg 11, Regensburg

Bisschöfliche Zentralbibliothek

Vast fund of church music manuscripts and prints, collected by Proske, Haberl, Witt a.o.

d07.7213

A - F. Burgmüller

Emmeramplatz 5, Regensburg

Schloßbibliothek

Repertoire of court chapel and -theatre in famous library Thurn & Taxis. St. Rupert: baptism church of Friedrich Burgmüller, °1806

d07.7215

G Kepler †

Keplerstraße 5, Regensburg

 

the astronomer Johannes Kepler died here in 1630; museum (cf. Weil der Stadt > d05) - Kepler monument (round temple) at Ernst-Reuter-Platz.

d07.7215

d07.7217

Q

Bismarckplatz 7, Regensburg

Stadttheater

Theatre built in 1852 - opera, operetta, musical

d07.7221

A composers

Walhallastraße 48, Donaustauf

'Walhalla'

The imposing Walhalla was inaugurated in 1842 as a counterpart of the Parisian Pantheon. The first busts  devoted to composers refer to Händel, Gluck, Haydn ('Heyden') and Mozart. Later on continued by Beethoven (1866), Wagner (1913), Bach (1916), Schubert (1928), Bruckner (1937, unveiled by Hitler!), Reger (1948), R. Strauss (1973), Weber (1978). Plaques of Hildegard von Bingen and the Minnesänger  Vogelweide and Wolfram. Interesting history of appreciations! Where are Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms? - Visit is rewarding.

d07.7221a
d07.7221b
d07.7221c

d07.7231

O Schikaneder°

Zollergasse, Straubing

 

In this street the theatre director Emanuel Schikaneder was born in 1751; plaque.

d07.7231

d07.7233

(Orff)

Petersgasse 50A, Straubing

Friedhof Sankt Peter

Agnes-Bernauer-Kapelle - the story of A.B., accused of witchcraft (15th century), is told in Orff's opera Die Bernauerin

d07.7233

d07.7241

K

Sossauer Platz 15, Straubing-Sossau

Wallfahrtskirche

organ by Caspar König (?), 1715, 1 manual, 10 stops

d07.7241

d07.7251

K

-- Osterhofen-Aicha/Donau

Pfarrkirche St. Thomas

nice double organ front from the 18th century, maker unknown

d07.7270

musical history

 

 

In the 16th century Paul Hofheimer and Ludwig Senfl were active in Passau  -  In 1794 Haydn attended a performance of his Sieben letzte Worte in a vocal arrangement by the Passau musician Joseph Friebert (Gymnasium).

d07.7270

d07.7271

K - EO Muffat a.o.

Domplatz, Passau

Dom St. Stephan

Georg Muffat 1690-†1704; his grave and that of his successor Anton Aufschnaiter (†1742) in the cloisters.
The presumedly biggest church organ in the world was built in 1928 by Steinmeyer, using the three existing fronts from 1688 and 1718, and further extended in 1980 and 1993. Today there are five organ bodies, played from a central console with five manuals. In total 233 stops, 17.774 pipes.

d07.7272

Q

Innstraße 4, Passau

Stadttheater

former court theatre from 1783, restored in 1961 - small (350 seats) but exquisite

d07.7274

O Mozart

Oberer Sand 1, Passau

 

the Mozart family probably stayed in 'zum grauen Hasen' 20-26.IX.1762

d07.7277

O Lehár

Marktplatz 3, Passau-Hals

Gasthaus Hofwirt

Franz Lehár stayed here in 1901, composing Wiener Frauen

d07.7311

F Mahler

Kranzbichlweg 8, Berchtesgaden

Villa Hechler

Gustav Mahler stayed in this former 'Schiessberglehen' with his sister Justine and Natalie Bauer-Lechner, summer 1892.  

d07.7321

O Adlgasser°

Schmelzer Straße 40, Inzell-Niederachen

'Beim Neimoar'

birthplace of Anton Cajetan Adlgasser, °1729

d07.7321

d07.7331

O R. Strauss

Enzianstraße 22A, Marquartstein

Schnappenkapelle

wedding of Richard Strauss and Pauline de Ahma on 10.IX.1894

d07.7331

d07.7332

F - O R. Strauss

Burgstraße 6, Marquartstein

 

house of the de Ahma family - Richard Strauss stayed here regularly 1894-1907,  composing several works incl. Salome

d07.7332a
d07.7332b

d07.7341

B - M. Haydn

Frauenchiemsee 50, Chiemsee

Abtei Frauenwörth

Michael Haydn composed the Chiemsee-Messe, devoted to St. Ursula, in 1793 for the benedictine nuns of the monastery on the isle of Frauenchiemsee.

d07.7341

d07.7351

O Reger

Kirchenweg 1, Prien am Chiemsee

 

Max Reger stayed in this house (today a flower shop) in 1906

d07.7351a
d07.7351b

d07.7361

O Mozart - K

Insel Seeon

eh. Stiftskirche St. Lambert

Monastery since the 10th century - rich musical life until 1803 - connections with the composer Max Keller and Salzburg musicians as Adlgasser, Eberlin, M. Haydn and the Mozarts - several visits by Mozart, composition of two responsories (KV. 35 and 72)  -  Organ front by Egedacher and original console from the 1740s (Mozart!).

d07.7361

d07.7411

Mozart

Kirchplatz 5, Wasserburg

Stadtpfarrkirche St. Jakob

The young Mozart played the organ on 11.VI.1763, 'walking' on the pedals  because  sitting on the bench he could not reach them

d07.7412

O Mozart

Färbergasse 1, Wasserburg

'Im goldenen Stern'

Mozart stayed here several times, first in 1763, on his way from Salzburg to München vv.

d07.7412

d07.7421

J K

Graf-Arco-Straße 30, Valley

Orgelzentrum, Altes Schloß

Asylum ausrangierter Orgeln: collection of over 60 disfavoured organs and consoles - > www.lampl-orgelzentrum.com

d07.7441

F Slezak

Überfahrtstraße 3, Rottach-Egern

Café Slezak/Hotel Malerwinkel

The singer Leo Slezak lived in this former farm at the Tegernsee 1909-†1946  -  today a restaurant and hotel with small Slezak exhibition

d07.7451

Carmina Burana -K - E Kaminski

Don-Bosco-Straße 1, Benediktbeuren

Klosterbasilika

The Carmina Burana MS from c. 1300 was found here in 1803; today in München - Organ by J.Chr. Egedacher 1686/A. Jäger 1771, II/p/40 - Grave of Heinrich Kaminski, †1946, at the cemetery.

d07.7451a
d07.7451b

d07.7461

FO Kaminski

Heinrich-Kaminski-Weg 10, Kochel am See-Ried

 

The composer Heinrich Kaminski lived in the villa of the painter Franz Marc from 1914 until his death in 1946. In the garden a Komponierhütte, a gift from his colleague and friend Walter Braunfels.  > www.heinrich-kaminski.de

d07.7461a
d07.7461b

d07.7501

N violin making

Schöttlkarstraße 17, Mittenwald

Musikinstrumentenbauschule

Violin making school since 1858  - today Staatliche Berufsfach- und Fachschule für Geigenbau

d07.7503

C Klotz

Obermarkt Mittenwald

 

Monument (1890) of Matthias Klotz, who founded the Mittenwald violin making tradition in 1683;  it reached its greatest expansion in the 19th century.

d07.7503

d07.7505

J violin making - O Klotz

Ballenhausgasse 3, Mittenwald

Geigenbaumuseum

Museum with a true-to-life workshop and a collection of string instruments

d07.7511

F R.Strauss (E)

Zoeppritzstraße 42 Garmisch-Partenkirchen

 

Villa of Richard Strauss 1908-†49, still occupied by the family.  His ashes are in his bedroom. In the garden a Guntram-Marterl,concerning failed first opera

d07.7511a
d07.7511b

d07.7512

J A R.Strauss

Schnitzschulstraße 19, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Richard-Strauss-Institut

Strauss Museum and Archive since 1999 in former Villa Christina (1893)

d07.7521

K

Kaiser-Ludwig-Platz 1, Ettal

Stiftskirche

Splendid organ by Hans Georg Hörterich, 1763, 2 manuals, 27 stops and Zimbelstern

d07.7523

FO Prokofiev

Werdenfelser Straße 6, Ettal

 

Prokofiev amd his mother stayed here from March until September 1922 and composed the 5th sonata and parts of his opera L'Ange du Feu

d07.7523a
d07.7523b
d07.7523c

d07.7525

M (Wagner)

Linderhof 12, Ettal

Schloß Linderhof

Neo-rococo castle (1870-79), artificial 'Venus cave' with 'Lohengrin's canoe', referring to Wagner's operas. The 'huts of Gurnemanz and Hunding' didn't survive.

d07.7525

d07.7531

FM - Schönberg

Kottmüllerallee 6, Murnau

Münterhaus

Arnold Schönberg spent the holiday of 1914 in Murnau (adress unknown) and visited the painter Kandinsky, who lived here. Meeting point of the avant-garde.

d07.7541

Q passion plays

Theaterstraße 16, Oberammergau

Passionstheater

Passion play every 10 years, with music by Rochus Dedler (1779-1822). In 1995 performance of Strauss' Salome, another kind of 'passion play'...

d07.7551

K

Kirchplatz 4, Polling

Stiftskirche Heilig Kreuz

organ front by Hans Georg Hörterich, 1765  -  in 1967 some 18th century sheet music was found, used to seal the wind chest; a fuga by Padre Martini was one of the finds.

d07.7561

F Egk

Bachnerweg 48, Inning

 

house of Werner Egk 1955-†1983 - medieval scene on bedroom door painted by Egk , in the study he had an acoustic ceiling made of wickerwork.

d07.7561

d07.7571

FO Pfitzner

Pfitznerstraße 2, Schondorf

 

house of Hans Pfitzner 1919-29  -  he was teaching here and composed the huge Eichendorff cantata Von deutscher Seele.

d07.7571

d07.7601

G Orff

Ziegelstadel 1, Dießen

 

House of Carl Orff 1955-†1982, built by brother-in-law Alwin Seifert. Exhibition includes display of theatrical works and educational Orff-Instrumentarium.

d07.7611

E Orff - K

Bergstraße 11, Andechs

Klosterkirche

Grave of Carl Orff († 1982) in side chapel - organ front by J. Michael Dietrich, 1715 - yearly Orff festival

d07.7611

d07.7631

C Brahms

Seepromenade Tutzing

 

Brahms monument - also bust of the pianist Elly Ney, who lived here 1930-†1968 - no traces of Reger or Humperdinck, who spent holidays here

d07.7633

Brahms

Marienstraße 14, Tutzing

 

Stay of Brahms in the summer of 1873 - composition of the Haydn Variations and the two string quartets op. 51

d07.7641

O Mozart

Klosterhof 8, Bernried

Benediktinerinnenkloster

Mozart is said to have composed the Ave Maria KV 554 here, but any possible visit by him should have taken place previously; probably written for Bernried.

d07.7641

d07.7701

FO Wagner

Münchener Straße 49-61, Kempfenhausen

Landhaus Pellet

house of Wagner, June-October 1864

d07.7701

d07.7711

Wagner

Wittelsbacher Straße, Berg am Starnbergersee

Schloß Berg

favoured home of Ludwig II, many visits by Wagner in May 1864  -  still occupied by Wittelsbach descendants

d07.7721

R harps

Söckinger Straße 23, Starnberg

Horngacher Harfenbau

harp factory, established in 1928 by Josef Obermayer, moved to Starnberg in 1952 and continued from 1966 by Max Horngacher

d07.7741

K

Kirchstraße 6, Fürstenfeldbruck

Kirche Hl. Maria Magdalena

organ by Johannes Fux, 1736, 2 manuals and 27 stops, incl. 6 stops from 1630

d07.7751

O Lassus

Brucker Straße, Schöngeising

 

Wall painting of Orlandus Lassus. He obtained a parcel here in 1587, on which he had a summer house built with kitchen garden.

d07.7751

d07.7800

musical history

 

 

From middle ages until the 19th century courtly residence - great court musicians working here include the blind organist Conrad Paumann 1450-†1473, Ludwig Senfl 1523-†1543, Lassus 1556-†1594; moreover Kerll, Dall'Abaco, Franz Lachner - frequent visits by Mozart  -  extensive musical life.  For theatres see  www.bayerische.staatsoper.de

d07.7801

J Residenz

Max-Joseph-Platz 3, München

Residenz

built from 16th (Grottenhof, Antiquarium) until 18th century, partly destroyed in april 1944. Lassus plaque (location of his grave) in underpass Franz-Josefs-Platz.

d07.7801A

Mozart

 

Residenzkapelle

built in the 17th century - In February 1775 two masses of Mozart were performed, conducted by father Leopold

d07.7801B

QH - Mozart, Weber

(Residenzstraße 1)

Cuvilliés-Theater

built 1750-53  -  FP of Mozart's Idomeneo ( 1781) and Weber's Abu Hassan (1811)  -  after the war rebuilt (after the interior was brought to safety).

d07.7801C

Mozart

 

Kaisersaal

appearance by Mozart at a Hofakademie 4.XI.1790

d07.7801D

music room

 

Charlottenzimmer

in one of the classicistic rooms (1814) some musical instruments are displayed

d07.7801E

(Wagner)

 

Nibelungensäle

these rooms remind of the first meeting between Wagner and Ludwig II on 4.V.1864, but the Ludwig's nearby Audienzzimmer was destroyed

d07.7801F

H

(Hofgartenstraße )

Herkulessaal

from 1953 until 1985 the main concert hall of Munich

d07.7802

Q

Max-Joseph-Platz 2, München

Nationaltheater

built 1812-18, rebuilt in 1825 and 1965 - with 2100 seats Germany's biggest opera house - FP of operas by Wagner, R. Strauss, Pfitzner, Orff a.o.

d07.7802

d07.7805

FO Lachner †

Maximilianstraße 24, München

 

Franz Lachner died here in 1880

d07.7807

(Lassus)

Platzl 4, München

'Orlando-Haus'

The name is the only reminder of Orlando di Lasso (Lassus), who lived on this spot; at nr. 9 was his Kantorei - all historic buildings were demolished in the 19th century

d07.7809

O Mozart

Burgstraße 7, München

 

in the house Sonneck Mozart stayed with the oboist Fiala (winter 1780-81) and composed the Oboe Quartet KV 370 - house destroyed in 1944

d07.7811

C Mozart

Hofgraben , München

Alter Hof

Mozart monument in the courtyard of the first Wittelsbach residence

d07.7813

F - Mozart

Prannerstraße 7, München

 

Mozart visited Max Clemens von Seinsheim in Nov./Dec. 1780

d07.7815

O Dall'Abaco

Salvatorstraße 17, München

 

a plaque reminds of the former graves of Evariste Dall'Abaco (†1842) and of François Cuvilliés, the architect of the Cuvilliés theatre (> 7801D)

d07.7817

C Hartmann

Maximiliansplatz, München

 

fountain in honour of Karl Amadeus Hartmann (1905-63), all his lifetime a citizen of Munich

d07.7819

A Lassus, Gluck

Promenadeplatz, München

 

monuments of Lassus and Gluck (the latter had no relation to Munich, but was born on Bavarian territory; > Berching-Erasbach.

d07.7821

E Paumann

Frauenplatz 1, München

Frauenkirche

the gravestone of the organist and composer Conrad Paumann (†1473) is worth seeing - Richard Strauss was baptised here (11.VI.1864)

d07.7821

d07.7824

musical history

Neuheuser Straße 6, München

Michaelskirche

Important centre of church music in the 17th and 18th century and court church from 1773 - Grave of Ludwig II.

d07.7825

C R. Strauss - musical history

Neuheuser Straße 8, München

Alte Akademie

6 m. tall Straussbrunnen (H. Wimmer, 1962) with scenes from Salome - in front of the Alte Akademie, where Jesuit scholar theatre was performed.

d07.7825

d07.7828

O Th. Böhm

Altheimer Eck 15, München

 

house of the instrument maker Theobald Boehm, who evolved in 1832 the flute mechanism to which many modern woodwind mechanisms are indebted

d07.7829

O R. Strauss

Altheimer Eck 16, München

 

Birthplace of Richard Strauss (°1864) had outlived the war but was demolished in the 1960s. - Family house 1866-76, Sonnenstraße 26, was destroyed.

d07.7831

H

Sophienstraße 60, München

Sophiensaal

concert hall for chamber music

d07.7833

F - O Weber

Sendlinger Straße 23, München

 

13 years old Weber stayed here with his singing teacher Valesi in 1799 and composed his first opera (MS lost)

d07.7835

J - instruments ♫

St. Jacobsplatz 1, München

Stadtmuseum

vast collection of instruments from all continents and recordings - performances

d07.7837

C folk singers

Viktualienmarkt, München

 

Fountain devoted to folk singers

d07.7839

J folk singers ♫

Tal 50, München

Valentin-Karlstadt-Musäum

The museum in the medieval Isartor is devoted to folk singers - performances in the nostalgic Volkssängerlokal

d07.7841

Q marionets

Blumenstraße 29A, München

Marionettentheater

specially built as puppet theatre in 1900, but originating from a Kasperltheater that was established in 1859 - today opera performances by marionets

d07.7843

Q

Gärtnerplatz, München

Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz

built in 1865 - comparable to the Volksoper in Vienna: lighter and more adventurous repertoire than in Nationaltheater(opera, operetta, musical, dance)

d07.7845

J - instruments - H

Museuminsel 1, München

Deutsches Museum

extensive collection of instruments - concert hall

d07.7847

H N A

Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8, München

Gasteig HP8

New and better concert hall for the Munich PO: Isarphilharmonie, with 1958 seats. Opened in 2021.  - Branch of the Music Academy (former Richard-Strauss-Konservatorium)

d07.7849

♫ jazz club

Einsteinstraße 42, München

Unterfahrt

oldest and best known jazz club of Munich - daily (except Monday) from 9 p.m.

d07.7851

FO Reger

Wörthstraße 20, München

 

Max Reger lived here, just married, 1902-03

d07.7853

FO Pfitzner

Delpstraße 21, München

 

house of Hans Pfitzner, 1929-43

d07.7855

F musical history

Maria-Theresia-Straße 23, München

Hildebrand-Haus

house (built 1898) of the sculptor Adolf Hildebrand, frequent host of Reger, Pfitzner, R. Strauss and Cosima Wagner

d07.7857

J - instruments, E Lassus

Prinzregentenstraße 3, München

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

musical instruments from the court - Lassus' beautiful gravestone (his remains rest under the Franz-Josefs-Platz; plaque > 7801)

d07.7859

QH - C Wagner

Prinzregentenplatz, München

Prinzregententheater

built in 1901 for yearly opera festival - today theatre academy and theatre, concert hall - Wagner monument (the inscription honours Ludwig II)

d07.7861

C Ludwig II (Wagner)

Maximiliananlagen , München

 

monument of Ludwig II on the planned location of his Festspielhaus, the construction of which was thwarted by Wagner (the inscription honours Wagner…)

d07.7863

O Wagner

Brienner Straße 37, München

 

location of the villa which Ludwig II provided to Wagner, 1864-65; destroyed during World-War II

d07.7865

J A theatre

Galeriestraße 4a, München

Deutsches Theatermuseum

rich museum and archive on Munich's theatre history

d07.7867

N H

Arcisstraße 12, München

Musikhochschule

one of the leading music academies of Germany, originating from a singing school from 1830 - several concert halls

d07.7869

N

Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, München

Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität

Departments of musicology, music pedagogics and dramaturgy,beloncing to the faculty of history and arts of the University.

d07.7871

A

Ludwigstraße 16, München

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

the 'Stabi' disposes of Germany's largest collection on musicology, incl. 27000 MSs - MS Carmina Burana - collections of Michael Haydn, Lachner, Rheinberger

d07.7873

FO Rheinberger

Fürstenstraße 22, München

 

house of Josef Rheinberger from 1867 until his death in 1901

d07.7875

A Orff

Kaulbachstraße 16, München

Orff-Zentrum

former seat of the Günther-Schule, where Orff developed his Schulwerk - today comprehensive documentation on Orff's life and works

former seat of the Günther-Schule, where Orff developed his Schulwerk - today comprehensive documentation on Orff's life and works

d07.7877

F Orff°

Mailinger Straße 30, München

 

birthplace of Carl Orff, °1895 - facing military barracks: hence the frequent thumping rhythms in his works?

d07.7879

FO Hartmann

Franz-Joseph-Straße 20, München

 

house of Karl Amadeus Hartmann

d07.7881

FO Reger

Victor-Scheffel-Straße 10, München

 

house of Max Reger 1905-07

d07.7885

A various musicians

Theresienhöhe 16, München

Ruhmeshalle

In the Munich counterpart of the Walhalla (> 7221) there are busts of Bavarian personalities, a.o. Hans Sachs, Gluck (with erroneous first name), Abbé Vogler, Hartmann, Orff and (!) Lassus. 

d07.7887

P various musicians

Thalkirchner Straße 17, München

Südlicher Friedhof

graves of Peter von Winter, Franz Lachner, Theobald Boehm and court organist Caspar Ett (†1847)

d07.7889

P Reger, Hartmann

Fürstenriederstraße 288, München

Waldfriedhof

graves of Reger (since 1930) and Hartmann

d07.7891

M - Mozart - ♫

Schloßpark Nymphenburg, München

Amalienburg

appearance by the Mozarts at an Abendmusik on 13.VI.1763 in the mirror hall; Wolfgang played keyboard and violin - today concerts during summer