Rediscovered the music of James Loeb

    The music collection of James Loeb

     

    The sheet music collection of James Loeb

     

    A REDISCOVERY

    On 24 November 2012 the JAMES LOEB Förderverein Hochried e. V. opened the exhibition The Sheet Music Collection of James Loeb.

    The music came from the music library in the New Municipal Library in Augsburg, where it had been rediscovered.

     

    Place:             Hochried Clinic, 82418 Murnau – Terrace Room

    Music:             Felix Chougrani, Violoncello; Heiko Stralendorff, Piano

     

    The event began at 10.30 am with Sonata no. II, op.58, Allegro assai vivace, by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
    Greeting by Dr. Hermann Mayer, Chairman of the JAMES LOEB Förderverein Hochried e. V.
    Words of Welcome by the patron, Dr. Michael Rapp, First Mayor of Murnau
    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Song without Words
    Introduction to the exhibition (sheet music collection) Dr. Robert Forster, Director of the music library at the New Municipal Library in Augsburg
    Introduction to the exhibition (Collection of Antiquities) Dr. Florian Leitmeir, scientific assistant at the Chair for Classical Archaeology at the University of Würzburg
    Johannes Brahms, Sonata in E minor, op.38, Allegretto quasi menuetto
    Josef Hösl: Memories of James Loeb, read by Ernst Hösl, grandson of Josef Hösl
    Richard Strauss, Sonata in F major, op.6, Allegro con brio
    Opening of the exhibition