Archive / Documentation
As a publicly accessible art ARCHIVE space, the University Archive documents current and historical activities of the Mozarteum University and proactively supports teaching, access to the arts, and research.
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The collection focus of the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum is on the events of the Mozarteum University. In this context, event programs, photos, press reports, posters, folders and other documents on events are primarily collected. Since August 2015, the holdings of the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum have been successively entered into a digital archive information system. Thus, a comfortable search according to a wide variety of criteria is possible. An alumni database allows former students to be searched by name, subject, teacher or graduation year.
Personal memories of an institution
Under the title "Universität Mozarteum - Erzählte Geschichte" (Mozarteum University - Narrated History), in-depth audio interviews have been conducted with former and current members of the university since 2012. The interest is in the interviewees' personal memories of the Mozarteum, of colleagues, of events, of special events as well as of everyday life, the building situation and more. With this oral history project, the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum strives to create a body of testimony that provides insight into the living history of the Mozarteum.
The goal is to collect memories, impressions and experiences, and to use personal narratives as sources for the history of the Mozarteum University Salzburg.
All interviews conducted as part of the project Universität Mozarteum - Erzählte Geschichte (Mozarteum University - Narrated History) are archived in the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum of the Mozarteum University. There, the recordings can be used by researchers as well as an interested public. The interviews are also archived by our cooperation partner MenschenLeben in the Austrian Media Library Vienna.
We would be pleased if you would make yourself available for an interview as part of the project Universität Mozarteum - Erzählte Geschichte! An informal contact meeting will be followed by an interview conducted by a member of our trained team. In the course of this, there is the opportunity to discuss your own memorabilia (photos, etc.).
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Der Arbeitsschwerpunkt Salzburger Musikgeschichte hat sich im Rahmen eines mehrsemestrigen Projektes zum Ziel gesetzt, Kurzprofile zu bedeutenden Persönlichkeiten des 19., 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts aus den verschiedensten Bereichen der Salzburger Musikkultur zu erstellen. Das Projekt wurde an der Abteilung (jetzt Department) für Musikwissenschaft der Universität Mozarteum durchgeführt.
- Klaus Ager
- Anna Bahr-Mildenburg
- Karl Böhm
- Cesar Bresgen
- Otto Dengg
- Friderica Derra de Moroda
- Josef-Friedrich Doppelbauer
- Helmut Eder
- Johann Evangelist Engl
- Heimo Erbse
- Sepp Forcher
- Elisabeth Fuchs
- Martin Grubinger
- Sabina Hank
- Ernst Hinreiner
- Markus Hinterhäuser
- Adriana Hölszky
- Clemens Holzmeister
- Joseph Friedrich Hummel
- Johann(es) Baptist Katschthaler
- Josef Kaut
- Angelika Kirchschlager
- Clemens Krauss
- Georg Laimer
- Peter Lang
- Lilli Lehmann
- Joseph Messner
- Anton Mooslechner
- Alexander Müllenbach
- Carl Orff
- Bernhard Paumgartner
- Heinrich Pflanzl
- Eberhard Preußner
- Tobias Reiser
- Franz Richter Herf
- Wolfgang Roscher
- Landa Ruprecht
- Peter Ruzicka
- Hans Schmid
- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
- Hermann Spies
- Arturo Toscanini
- Erich Karl Paul Valentin
- Gottfried von Einem
- Herbert von Karajan
- Gerhard Wimberger
- Thomas Zehetmair
Sind die Wünsche an das Mozarteum damals wie heute gleichgeblieben? Der Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum zeigt in einer Bildergalerie ein Projekt des Departments für Bildende Künste & Gestaltung aus dem Jahr 2006: im Oktober 2006 wurde das neue Hauptgebäude der Universität Mozarteum am Mirabellplatz 1 nach umfangreicher Generalsanierung mit einem Tag der offenen Tür eröffnet, zu dem 17.000 Salzburger*innen und internationale Gäste kamen.
Die damalige Abteilung für Bildende Künste, Kunst- und Werkpädagogik bat die Gäste, ihre Wünsche an das Mozarteum auf ein Blatt Papier zu schreiben und sich damit fotografieren zu lassen.
1) Self-conception / Legal basis
The Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum is the central archive of the Mozarteum University in the sense of § 3 Abs. 2 Z 3 Bundesarchivgesetz. The Art-ARCHIVE-Room documents the present and historical activities of the University Mozarteum and makes them publicly accessible. As a public institution, the Art ARCHIVE Room supports teaching, development of the arts and research through the
- long-term archiving of all documents accruing at the organizational units (in particular departments, institutes and administrative units) of the Mozarteum University Salzburg and its legal predecessors (including image and sound carriers, plans, printed matter, etc…), provided they are classified as archival.
- Advising organizational units on the preservation of potential archival materials.
- Securing, appraising, and preserving archival materials from sources other than the University's organizational units (e.g., records of University employees or partner institutions).
- Making archived holdings available for official, scholarly, artistic, and journalistic purposes.
- Supporting or participating in the scientific and artistic evaluation and presentation of archival holdings in publications, exhibitions, and other.
The Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum maintains active contact with national and international professional associations.
2) Archival records
Records are considered in particular written documents, manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, handwritten creative transcripts, sketches, files, deeds, account books, publications, registers, maps, plans, as well as visual, film and audio material, files or other information carriers in analog or digital form. Documents worthy of archiving are those that make essential activities and business processes comprehensible and are of historical, artistic, political or legal significance for the Mozarteum University Salzburg because of their content or because of the persons involved. Documents from private sources (e.g. estates) will be kept as long as they have been handed over to the Art ARCHIVE Room for safekeeping, have been classified as worthy of archiving by the archive or university management, and permanent archiving can be guaranteed.
3) Transfer of archival records
The organizational units of the Mozarteum University shall transfer all records that have been classified as being of archival value to the Kunst-ARCHIVRaum no later than 10 years after the records have been closed. The handing over is based on transfer lists, which are prepared by the offering unit according to the specifications of the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum. Organizational units of the Mozarteum University, which take care of the custody of their archive material themselves by Rectorate decision, are obliged to name a responsible operator and to provide the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum with a written overview of the existing documents as well as the conditions of use.
4) Use of the archive
1) Procedure and duty of care
The use of the archive material can take place through direct inspection, oral or written inquiries and requests for reproductions (for a fee) at the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum. The user must sign the user's book at each visit. the archive material is to be treated with the utmost care. In particular, it is not permitted to add notes, lines or signs to the archive material, to copy it or to alter it by any other means. No change may be made in the order and arrangement of the archival materials. Any disturbances in the order or other discrepancies, as well as any damage or missing parts found, shall be brought to the immediate attention of the supervisor. When publishing contents or reproductions of the archive material, a complete citation of origin and source: "Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum/Universität Mozarteum Salzburg" must be given. In the event of publication, the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum of the Mozarteum University shall be provided free of charge with a specimen copy of works written using archival materials of the Mozarteum University; this also applies to approved diploma and master's theses, dissertations and post-doctoral theses, even if they have not yet been published.
2) Protection periods
The archival records are released for inspection after expiration of the legal protection period of 30 years (§ 8 Abs.1 Bundesarchivgesetz). The date of the last processing marks the beginning of this protection period. Personal files (e.g. personnel files, minutes of meetings, disciplinary files, etc.) are made available with the written consent of the persons concerned or 50 years after the last processing operation. The publication of personal data in works (publications) is only permitted ten years after the death of the person concerned or the demise of the legal entity. If the year of death is unknown, this protection period ends 110 years after the birth of the person concerned (Section 11 (1) of the Federal Archives Act). A reduction of the protection period can only be granted in special cases within the framework of the legal possibilities (§ 8 para. 4 and 5 Federal Archives Act) and after review by the archive management.
The production of reproductions, printouts or electronic copies from data holdings of the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum requires a written agreement with the Kunst-ARCHIV-Raum. The exploitation rights of reproductions remain with the Mozarteum University Salzburg.
Users are liable for all damages caused by their fault to the archival materials of the Mozarteum University or to the rights of third parties in connection with the use of archival materials. The user bears sole responsibility for safeguarding the rights relevant to publication, in particular copyright and data protection rights. The Mozarteum University shall not be liable for any damage to the property of archive users or for any damage to health in connection with the use of archive material of the Mozarteum University.
Subject to other written agreements with the management of the Art ARCHIVE Room, the following tariffs apply:
- Use of reproductions in publications (per reproduction):
Edition up to 2.000: Euro 20.-
Edition up to 10.000: Euro 40.-
Edition over 10.000: Euro 80.-
- Use of reproductions on the Internet (oro reproduction):
Week: Euro 20.-
1 month: Euro 40.-
from 1 year: Euro 100.-
- Use of reproductions in exhibitions (per reproduction):
egional exhibition: Euro 5,-
(Inter-)national exhibition: Euro 15,-
Touring or permanent exhibition: Euro 20,-
- Quantity discount
from 10 reproductions: 25%
from 50 reproductions: 50%
The use of reproductions in unpublished publications such as bachelor, master and diploma theses, dissertations and post-doctoral theses is free of charge.
The use of reproductions (scans) for personal use is free of charge.
University employees and persons commissioned by the university may be exempted from the above rates.
The following can be viewed in the archive on request:
- Annual reports from 1880/81 to 2000/01
- Event programs as of 2013