Copyright statement of Johann Strauss for Austria and Prussia, Wien (1835)

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Copyright statement of Johann Strauss for Austria and Prussia, Wien (1835), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Declaration of the Viennese composer Johann Strauss concerning transfer of copyright to the Vienna publisher Tobias Haslinger and declaration of Haslinger concerning the transfer of Prussian copyright to the publisher Traugott Trautwein

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1837: Prussian Copyright Act

Author: Johann Strauss and Tobias Haslinger

Publisher: Tobias Haslinger and Traugott Trautwein

Year: 1835

Location: Wien

Language: German

Source: Private collection

Persons referred to:
Bretfeld-Chlumczansky, Franz Joseph Thomas, Baron von
Haslinger, Tobias
Ripelli, Johann Baptist
Strauss, Johann, Sr.
Talatzko, Johann Adam, Baron von Gestieticz
Traeg, Johann Baptist Adalbert
Trautwein, Traugott
Weymann, Carl

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Institutions referred to:
German music publishers' Union Against Piracy (1830)
Hermann & Langbein, music publishing house (Berlin)
Imperial State Chancery (Vienna)
Lower Austrian Provincial Government
Prussian Embassy, Vienna
Registry Office of the Union Against Piracy, Leipzig


music publishing
music, protected subject matter
societies, copyright
societies, publishers'

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