With Beethoven-Haus Vertriebs-GmbH
Editorial: Friederike Grigat
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)
D-53754 Sankt Augustin
Library catalogues: Thomas Berger, Bonn
Hello Beethoven: Virtual, Cologne
Virtual visit: ATplanet IT-Service und Multimedia Bertram Schmidt-Traub, Königswinter
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