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Music is an integral part of German culture and has been for centuries, and is a major influence in the country's art, literature, and even politics

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Music Collection: Composers

Composers Collection
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Music Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
3,193 Items

Background imageMusic Collection: Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms at the piano. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a charcoal drawing

Background imageMusic Collection: Franz Peter Schubert, Portrait (litho)

Franz Peter Schubert, Portrait (litho)
5986910 Franz Peter Schubert, Portrait (litho) by European School (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Franz Peter Schubert, Portrait. Postcard, early 20th century.); © Look and Learn

Background imageMusic Collection: The Symphony of the Cat (Die Katzensymphony) drawing by Moritz von Schwind of 1868

The Symphony of the Cat (Die Katzensymphony) drawing by Moritz von Schwind of 1868
XEE4408107 The Symphony of the Cat (Die Katzensymphony) drawing by Moritz von Schwind of 1868. Staatliche kunsthalle karlsruhe

Background imageMusic Collection: Js Bach at the Keyboard

Js Bach at the Keyboard
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH German organist and composer at the keyboard

Background imageMusic Collection: Austria, Vienna, Silhouette of composers Anton Bruckner and Richard Wagner

Austria, Vienna, Silhouette of composers Anton Bruckner and Richard Wagner
Silhouette of composers Anton Bruckner and Richard Wagner

Background imageMusic Collection: Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert and the Winter Journey (song cycle: Wintereise, 1827)

Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert and the Winter Journey (song cycle: Wintereise, 1827)
3434116 Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert and the Winter Journey (song cycle: Wintereise, 1827). Illustration by Otto Nowak, Austria, c.1910 (postcard); (add.info.: Coll. Part. Music)

Background imageMusic Collection: SCHUBERT, Franz (1797-1828). Austrian Romantic composer. Etching

SCHUBERT, Franz (1797-1828). Austrian Romantic composer. Etching
CUL4864102 SCHUBERT, Franz (1797-1828). Austrian Romantic composer. Etching. by Unknown Artist; (add.info.: SCHUBERT, Franz (1797-1828). Austrian Romantic composer. Etching.); Photo © JBP/AIC

Background imageMusic Collection: Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert. Illustration by Otto Nowak, Austria, c.1910 (postcard)

Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert. Illustration by Otto Nowak, Austria, c.1910 (postcard)
3434120 Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert. Illustration by Otto Nowak, Austria, c.1910 (postcard); (add.info.: Coll. Part. Music. The austrian composer Franz Schubert)

Background imageMusic Collection: Johann Sebastian Bach at the organ, 1725

Johann Sebastian Bach at the organ, 1725. Private Collection

Background imageMusic Collection: MOZART: REQUIEM EXCERPT

MOZART: REQUIEM EXCERPT
Autograph manuscript excerpt of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts unfinished Requiem, 1791, featuring the chorus Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine (Give them eternal peace, oh Lord)

Background imageMusic Collection: Franz Liszt at 30 Years of Age

Franz Liszt at 30 Years of Age
Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886) at the age of 30. Original Artwork: Reproduced from a daguerreotype, the first commercially successful photographic process

Background imageMusic Collection: WAGNER, Richard (1813-1883)

WAGNER, Richard (1813-1883). Parsifal. Poster by Regg advertising the performances at the Zurich Opera (1913). Painting;

Background imageMusic Collection: BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT. Sketches by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT. Sketches by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) for his Ninth Symphony in D Minor, opus 125, with quotes from Schillers " Ode to Joy."

Background imageMusic Collection: Music Score of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) (pen and ink on paper) (b / w photo)

Music Score of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) (pen and ink on paper) (b / w photo)
XJF107411 Music Score of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) (pen and ink on paper) (b/w photo) by German School, (18th century); Private Collection; German, out of copyright

Background imageMusic Collection: Ludwig Van Beethoven

Ludwig Van Beethoven
German composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827). Original Artwork: Portrait August von Kloeber (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

Background imageMusic Collection: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) in 1746. German composer and organist. Portrait

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) in 1746. German composer and organist. Portrait by Elias Gottlieb Haussman. Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig

Background imageMusic Collection: PMUS2C-00002

PMUS2C-00002
Ludwig van Beethoven with one of his manuscripts. Antique photograph of a painting

Background imageMusic Collection: Brahms Photo

Brahms Photo
JOHANNES BRAHMS German musician with his autograph Date: 1833 - 1897

Background imageMusic Collection: Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven
circa 1800: Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827), German composer, generally considered to be one of the greatest composers in the Western tradition. (Photo by Henry Guttmann/Getty Images)

Background imageMusic Collection: Robert & Clara Schumann

Robert & Clara Schumann
ROBERT AND CLARA SCHUMANN German musicians, at the keyboard

Background imageMusic Collection: Handwritten manuscript by Ludwig van Beethoven, facsimile, published 1885

Handwritten manuscript by Ludwig van Beethoven, facsimile, published 1885
Manuscript of the Variations of a theme from Handel, written by Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer, 1770 - 1827). Facsimile, published in 1885

Background imageMusic Collection: Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt
circa 1865: Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886). (Photo by Henry Guttmann/Getty Images)

Background imageMusic Collection: The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by

The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by
XPH73638 The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) for a production in Berlin, 1816 (w/c) by Schinkel

Background imageMusic Collection: Cover of Sheet Music for Handels Messiah, published in 1742 (engraving) (b / w photo)

Cover of Sheet Music for Handels Messiah, published in 1742 (engraving) (b / w photo)
XJF323039 Cover of Sheet Music for Handels Messiah, published in 1742 (engraving) (b/w photo) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: George Frederick Handel (1685-1759)

Background imageMusic Collection: WAGNER: DAS RHEINGOLD. The Rhinemaidens guarding their gold in the opening scene of Richard

WAGNER: DAS RHEINGOLD. The Rhinemaidens guarding their gold in the opening scene of Richard Wagners Das Rheingold. Line engraving from a German newspaper of 1876 following the first complete

Background imageMusic Collection: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, statue as a boy

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, statue as a boy
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 -1791), Austrian composer and musician, seen here in the form of a statue, as a boy with a violin and bow

Background imageMusic Collection: Jon Bon Jovi, lead singer of rock group Bon Jovi, pictured ahead of concert at

Jon Bon Jovi, lead singer of rock group Bon Jovi, pictured ahead of concert at the Bayreuth Arena, Bayreuth, Germany, 25th August 1993

Background imageMusic Collection: BEETHOVEN: MANUSCRIPT. The title-page of Ludwig van Beethovens corrected ms. of his Symphony no

BEETHOVEN: MANUSCRIPT. The title-page of Ludwig van Beethovens corrected ms. of his Symphony no. 3 in E-flat minor, opus 55, " Eroica" (1804)

Background imageMusic Collection: Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886), Hungarian composer at the piano. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageMusic Collection: Scene from Mozarts opera The Marriage of Figaro. (Le Nozze di Figaro), comic opera

Scene from Mozarts opera The Marriage of Figaro. (Le Nozze di Figaro), comic opera (opera buffa) with libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte (1749-1838) after Beaumarchais

Background imageMusic Collection: Ludwig van Beethoven - studied from the death mask i. e. life

Ludwig van Beethoven - studied from the death mask i. e. life
Ludwig van Beethoven - studied from the death mask i.e. life mask. Photograph of bust statue by Hugo Hagen, based on life mask by Franz Klein done in 1812

Background imageMusic Collection: BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT, 1826. Manuscript page from Ludwig van Beethovens String Quartet in F Major, Op

BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT, 1826. Manuscript page from Ludwig van Beethovens String Quartet in F Major, Op. 135, showing the beginning of the fourth movement, headed by the words Must it be

Background imageMusic Collection: BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT, 1799. Copy of Ludwig van Beethovens String Quartet in F Major Op. 18 no

BEETHOVEN MANUSCRIPT, 1799. Copy of Ludwig van Beethovens String Quartet in F Major Op. 18 no. 1, with dedication to Carl Amenda in Beethovens hand, 1799

Background imageMusic Collection: Richard Wagner

Richard Wagner
Photograph of composer Richard Wagner. Digitally tinted 19th-century photograph

Background imageMusic Collection: Johann Sebastian Bach, with scenes from his life

Johann Sebastian Bach, with scenes from his life
Composer Johann Sebastian Bach, with Thomas Church (upper left), Leipsig Observatory, and Bach Memorial. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMusic Collection: Wagner / Balestrieri

Wagner / Balestrieri
RICHARD WAGNER Composing his opera cycle, the Ring of the Nibelungen

Background imageMusic Collection: Beethovan Life Mask

Beethovan Life Mask
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Life mask of the German Composer

Background imageMusic Collection: Beethoven / Jk Stieler

Beethoven / Jk Stieler
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN German composer Portrait of him holding a score

Background imageMusic Collection: Beethoven Listening to a Muse, 1912 (charcoal on paper)

Beethoven Listening to a Muse, 1912 (charcoal on paper)
3613243 Beethoven Listening to a Muse, 1912 (charcoal on paper) by Alleaume, Ludovic (1859-1941); 44.6x36.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageMusic Collection: MOZART: MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. Engraved title page of a vocal score depicting the

MOZART: MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. Engraved title page of a vocal score depicting the scene from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts The Marriage of Figaro ( Le Nozze di Figaro)

Background imageMusic Collection: Portrait Of Beethoven

Portrait Of Beethoven
Portrait of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827), after a painting by Christian Horneman, 1803. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageMusic Collection: Germany, Bayreuth, The Rhine-daughters, Sketch for scenic design of The Ring of the Nibelungs by

Germany, Bayreuth, The Rhine-daughters, Sketch for scenic design of The Ring of the Nibelungs by Richard Wagner
Hermann Hendrich (1854-1931), The Rhine-daughters, sketch for the scenic design of The Ring of the Nibelungs by Richard Wagner (1813-1883)

Background imageMusic Collection: Le chevalier aux fleurs (The Knight of the Flowers), 1894

Le chevalier aux fleurs (The Knight of the Flowers), 1894. Found in the Collection of the Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageMusic Collection: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, (1756 - 1791), by Carl Schweninger the Younger (colour litho)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, (1756 - 1791), by Carl Schweninger the Younger (colour litho)
3641260 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, (1756 - 1791), by Carl Schweninger the Younger (colour litho) by Schweninger, Karl or Carl the Younger (1854-1903); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageMusic Collection: Circle Dance, 1910. Creator: Stuck, Franz, Ritter von (1863-1928)

Circle Dance, 1910. Creator: Stuck, Franz, Ritter von (1863-1928)
Circle Dance, 1910. Found in the Collection of Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw

Background imageMusic Collection: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) par Josef Lange (1751-1831), 1789 - Oil on canvas

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) par Josef Lange (1751-1831), 1789 - Oil on canvas
FIA5401077 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) par Josef Lange (1751-1831), 1789 - Oil on canvas, 34, 3x29, 5 - Mozarteum (ISM), Salzburg by Lange, Joseph (1751-1831); Mozart Museum, Salzburg



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Music Collection

Music is an integral part of German culture and has been for centuries, and is a major influence in the country's art, literature, and even politics. Germany has a rich musical heritage that includes classical music, opera, choral music, jazz, rock and pop. The country is home to some of the most renowned composers in history such as Bach, Beethoven and Wagner. Music festivals are popular throughout Germany with many taking place annually in cities like Berlin and Munich. Additionally, Germany has produced world-famous musicians such as David Hasselhoff and Nena who have achieved global success with their unique style of music. Music remains an important part of German life today with new genres being explored by young people across Europe.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

Media Storehouse offers a vast collection of wall art and framed prints featuring the rich musical heritage of Germany, Europe. The Music collection showcases iconic musicians, composers, and performers who have contributed to the development of classical music, opera, jazz, and pop genres in Germany and across Europe. Our collection includes stunning photographs capturing live performances by legendary artists such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Wagner among others. Additionally, there are vintage posters advertising concerts and operas from famous venues like Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra or Vienna State Opera. These high-quality prints are perfect for music lovers who want to add a touch of elegance to their homes or offices. They come in various sizes with different framing options that suit any decor style. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or an inspiring piece of art for your space - our Music collection has something for everyone.
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What are Music (Germany Europe) art prints?

Music art prints from Germany, Europe are high-quality reproductions of artwork that depict various aspects of music. These prints showcase the beauty and power of music through a range of styles, including abstract, contemporary, and traditional designs. They are created using advanced printing techniques to ensure exceptional clarity and vivid color reproduction. These art prints can feature iconic musicians such as Beethoven or Mozart, famous composers like Bach or Wagner, musical instruments such as pianos or guitars, or even scenes from operas or concerts. They make great additions to any home decor setting and can be used to create a themed room around your love for music. Whether you're an avid collector looking for unique pieces to add to your collection or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of music-inspired art, Music art prints offer something for everyone. With their stunning visual appeal and timeless themes, they are sure to enhance any space with their artistic flair.
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What Music (Germany Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of music art prints from Germany and Europe. These prints showcase the rich musical heritage of these regions, featuring iconic musicians, instruments, and performances. You can find prints of classical composers such as Beethoven and Mozart, as well as modern artists like David Bowie and Ed Sheeran. There are also prints that celebrate famous music festivals such as Oktoberfest in Germany or Glastonbury in the UK. In addition to individual musicians and events, Media Storehouse also offers themed collections that capture the essence of different genres or eras. For example, you can explore jazz music through vintage posters or relive the rock 'n' roll era with photographs of Elvis Presley and The Beatles. Whether you're a fan of classical music or contemporary pop hits, there is something for everyone at our collection of German and European music art prints.
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How do I buy Music (Germany Europe) art prints?

To buy Music art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing your order. We offer a wide range of high-quality art prints featuring iconic musicians and bands from Germany and across Europe. From classic rock legends like The Beatles and Pink Floyd, to contemporary pop stars like Adele and Ed Sheeran, there is something for every music fan in their collection. Whether you are looking for a statement piece for your home or office, or a unique gift for someone special, Media Storehouse makes it easy to find the perfect Music art print. With fast shipping options available worldwide, you can enjoy your new artwork in no time.
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How much do Music (Germany Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Music art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print you choose. Our collection includes high-quality posters, canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints that capture the essence of Germany's rich musical heritage. The cost of our Music art prints is competitive and affordable, making it easy for music enthusiasts to own a piece of history. We take pride in providing our customers with exceptional quality products at reasonable prices without compromising on design or style. Our team works tirelessly to source the best images from renowned photographers and artists worldwide to ensure that every print we produce meets our high standards. Whether you're looking for a classic black-and-white photograph or an abstract painting inspired by German music culture, we have something for everyone. The cost of Music art prints varies depending on your choice of size and type but are competitively priced without sacrificing quality or design.
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How will my Music (Germany Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care to ensure that your Music art prints are delivered to you in the best possible condition. We use high-quality packaging materials and reliable shipping methods to make sure that your order arrives safely and securely. Once you have placed your order, our team will carefully print and prepare your chosen artwork for shipment. We work with trusted delivery partners who will handle your package with care during transit. When it comes to receiving your order, we recommend checking the contents of the package as soon as possible after delivery. If there are any issues or concerns with the artwork or packaging, please let us know right away so that we can assist you. We strive to provide a seamless and stress-free experience when it comes to delivering our customers' orders. Whether you're ordering one print or multiple pieces of artwork, we'll do everything we can to ensure that they arrive at their destination in perfect condition.