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Website owner

Beethoven-Haus Bonn
Bonngasse 24-26
With Beethoven-Haus Vertriebs-GmbH
Bonngasse 18
D-53111 Bonn

Editorial: Friederike Grigat
Ph: 0228/98175-13
Fax: 0228/98175-24
Webmaster: Thomas Blumann

Julia Ronge (Digital Archive, Hello Beethoven), Silke Bettermann (Digital Archive, Exhibitions), Nicole Kämpken (Exhibitions), Johanna Dombois (Stage for Music Visualisation), Friederike Grigat (web site, Digital Archive), et al.

Translation into English:
Louise Carleton-Gertsch, Vivian Auer

Technology, programming and design

Fraunhofer-Institut für Medienkommunikation
(now Fraunhofer Institut Intelligente Analyse- und Informationssysteme)
Schloss Birlinghoven
D-53754 Sankt Augustin
Ph: +49/(0)2241/14-1907
Fax: +49/(0)2241/14-2597

Startext, Bonn

Library catalogues: Thomas Berger, Bonn

Hello Beethoven: Virtual, Cologne

Virtual visit: ATplanet IT-Service und Multimedia Bertram Schmidt-Traub, Königswinter

Copyright and rights of use

The content of this website (images, audio and video files, text, metadata) is protected by law. The Beethoven-Haus owns the copyright and rights of use for all the texts and original graphics on this website. The Fraunhofer-Institut für Medienkommunikation owns the copyright and rights of use for the website design and processed graphics. There is no objection to single copies of pages or parts of this website being made for private use, provided the copyright notices are retained. Downloading pages or parts of pages for commercial purposes or for publication in works (including online works) is expressively prohibited. Any use of this kind requires a written permission by the Beethoven-Haus.

Technical requirements

The website of the Beethoven-Haus was developed using the SixCMS publishing system and is largely compatible with the HTML 4.01 und CSS 2 standards. It has not been optimized for a particular computer, browser or operating system. All the pages can be viewed at a screen resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and also on large screens. There are deviations from the standard in some places in order to support old and current versions of the most widely used browsers, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Communicator.
You will obtain the best results if your browser supports style sheets and JavaScript. But even without this, you can view the entire content and use all functions. To order items from the online shop, your browser must be set to accept cookies, and it must also support the secure HTTPS protocol.
For your entertainment, we offer a variety of media for which you need special software. The programs can be obtained free of charge, for example RealPlayer to watch the video on Beethoven's life, and Adobe Flash Player to view the internet exhibition.