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Krumpholtz, Jean-Baptiste, 1747-1790


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    • Krumpholz, Jan Křtitel, 1742-1790
    • Krumpholc, Jan Křtitel, 1747-1790
    • Krumpholz, Johann Baptist, 1747-1790
    • Krumpholz, Jean-Baptiste, 1747-1790
    • Krumpholtz, Jan Křtitel, 1747-1790
    • Krumpholtz, Johann Baptist, 1747-1790
    • Krumpholz, J. B., 1747-1790
    • Krumpholtz, J. B., 1747-1790
    • Krumkholʹt︠s︡, Zh., 1747-1790
    • Крумхольц, Ж., 1747-1790
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    • Krumpholz, Jan Křtitel, 1742-1790
  • Sources

    • found: Baux, M.-F. La harpe en France au XVIIIe siècle [SR] 197-:label (Krumpholz)
    • found: LC manual cat.(Krumpholz, Jan Křtitel, 1742-1790; usage: Johann Baptist Krumpholtz; Johann Baptist Krumpholz; Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz)
    • found: New Grove(Krumpholtz (Krumpholz) Jean-Baptiste (Johann Baptist; Jan Křtitel) Bohemian harpist and composer)
    • found: Kozak, J. Cesko koncertní umělci, 1964:p. 114 (Jan Křtitel Krumpholz)
    • found: Dlabacž, G.F. Künstler-Lex. für Böhmen, 1815, Bd. 2(Krumpholz, J.B.)
    • found: His Sonata III for harp with flute ... c1987:caption (J.B. Krumpholtz, 1745[sic]-1790) cover (Johann B. Krumpholtz)
    • found: Krumpholz, J.K. Kont︠s︡ert no. 5 dli︠a︡ arfy s orkestrom, 1962:t.p (Ж. Крумхольц = Zh. Krumkholʹt︠s︡)
    • found: Müller, Miloš, 1927-. Jan Křtitel Krumpholtz, 1999:English summary (in Czech literature he is sometimes presented as Krumpholz or Krumpholc; he always signed himself as Krumpholtz and the birth register spells his father's name that way, so there is no reason to present his surname in any other way)
    • found: Grove Music Online, 25 July 2013(Jean-Baptiste [Johann Baptist, Jan Křtitel] Krumpholtz; born 5 August 1747 in Prague, died 19 February 1790 in Paris; harpist, composer, and instrument designer; studied music in Vienna; arrived in Paris in 1777; adopted the name Jean-Baptiste; Krumpholtz was the most gifted and acclaimed harp virtuoso of the late 18th century and a prolific composer for the instrument; he is no less important for his efforts to perfect the harp)
    • found: Info. from BL Music Collections, 25 July 2013(most of his music was published in Paris and reprinted in London under the name Jean-Baptiste Krumpholtz)
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    • 1985-06-19: new
    • 2014-04-24: revised
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