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Beethoven in the Diaries of Johann Nepomuk Chotek, von Rita Steblin. Bonn, 2013
(Series IV Schriften zur Beethoven-Forschung, Vol. 24)

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Contents:

  • Introduction

  • Johann Nepomuk Chotek (1773–1824)

  • Chotek's Diaries

  • Editorial Principles

  • Prague Residency: 1804–1807

  • Visits to Vienna and Gratzen: 1806

  • Back in Prague in 1806–1807

  • Vienna Residency: 1807–1812

  • "Adelige Liebhaber-Concerte"

  • Haydn’s Last Public Appearance

  • Miscellaneous Excerpts from Early 1808

  • Beethoven's Academy on 22 December 1808

  • Premiere of Beethoven's Cello Sonata (Op. 69) on 21 January 1809

  • War with France in 1809

  • Vienna in 1810: New Musical Instruments

  • Karlsbad and Franzensbrunn in Summer 1810

  • Back in Vienna in Fall 1810

  • Vienna in 1811: Prince Joseph Lobkowitz and Archduke Rudolph

  • Vienna in 1811: Premiere of Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto (Op. 73) on 13 January 1811

  • Vienna in 1811: Lisette (Elise) Barensfeld

  • Vienna in 1811: Premiere of Beethoven's Archduke Trio (Op. 97) on 2 June 1811

  • Vienna in 1811: Concerts at the French Ambassador's Residence

  • Vienna in 1812: Archduke Rudolph, Andreas Streicher, Van der Nüll

  • Prague Residency: 1812–1824

  • 1813 in Prague, Karlsbad and Neuhof

  • 1814, including a visit to Vienna in June (Germania, Fidelio)

  • 1815–1817, including Prince Joseph Lobkowitz in Prague

  • 1818, including a visit to Vienna (concerts in May)

  • Last Years in Prague, 1819–1824

  • Conclusion

  • Bibliography

  • List of Illustrations

  • List of Tables

  • Index

272 pages, 16 figures