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Anton Gloetzner Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: GTM-0030

Scope and Contents

Collection of papers that belonged to Anton Gloetzner, including a copyist's manuscript of the opening two movements of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (19th century); autograph manuscript of Rheinberger's Fantasie-Sonate fur die Orgel (before 1872); Gloetzner's Ave Regina (dedicated to Georgetown University in 1889 in honor of the University's centennial) and organ exercises; and a printed copy of his Mass, Op. 12 (1910-1911).


  • circa 1870s-1911


Conditions Governing Access

Most manuscripts collections at the Georgetown University Booth Family Center for Special Collections are open to researchers; however, restrictions may apply to some collections. Collections stored off site require a minimum of three days for retrieval. For use of all manuscripts collections, researchers are advised to contact the Booth Family Center for Special Collections in advance of any visit.

Conditions Governing Use

Researchers are solely responsible for determining the copyright status of the materials being used, establishing who the copyright owner is, locating the copyright owner, and obtaining permission for intended use.

Biographical Note

Anton Gloetzner (1850-1928), Bavarian composer and musician, taught music at Georgetown College from 1873 to 1880.


0.1 Cubic Feet (2 oversized folders)

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Metadata Rights Declarations

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Anton Gloetzner, circa 1910.

Related Materials

The Library of Congress, Music Division, holds an extensive collection of Gloetzner's music manuscripts.

Processing Information

The collection was rehoused in acid-free folders and placed in a shared box in 2024.

John Zarrillo
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Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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