March 1, 2019 The programme for the Fux Festival in the styriarte for the years 2018–2023 is online. Every year, a Fux opera will be performed at the styriarte, including also some little-known compositions which will be presented in a modern premiere (Gli Ossequi della Notte, Psiche, La corona d'Arianna). The Fux team at the ÖAW continues the successful cooperation with the styriarte and produces performance material that will be published in the practical series Fux concertato. Particularly the previously unedited operas will be published as critical-historical editions in the Johann Joseph Fux – Works series.
June 21, 22 and 24, 2018: Fux.OPERNFEST vol. 2 with the opera Dafne in Lauro at styriarte 2019, Graz, Helmut List-Halle.
The Fux team is preparing performance parts for this event which will be available in the Fux concertato-series.
Performers: Vendittelli, Piccinini, Tedla, Pe, Contaldo; Zefiro Baroque Orchestra, Alfredo Bernardini.
January 14, 2019 New release of a complementary study: Ramona Hocker: "Herrliche Victori – Herrliche Music". Versuch einer Verortung der Te Deum-Vertonungen von Johann Joseph Fux, in: Studien zur Musikwissenschaft 60 (2018), Wien: Hollitzer, pp. 7–43.
December 20, 2018 New release of J. J. Fux, Ave Regina (K 208). Score and parts are now available as no. 2 in the series Fux concertato.
December 18, 2018 New page with Fux-references in the Wien(n)erisches Diarium
December 13, 2018 New release: Today, the first opera volume in the series Johann Joseph Fux – Works has been delivered: Giunone placata FuxWV II.2.19 (K 316), edited by Alexander Rausch with a literary historical introduction by Alfred Noe is now available from the publisher Hollitzer.
2018/2019 We are pleased that the work on the Fux edition and the development of Fux-online and the database are again receiving project funding from the City of Vienna, Kulturabteilung, Wissenschafts- und Forschungsförderung (MA 7).
2018/2019: We are grateful for the generous financial support of our editorial work by the Katholischer Medien Verein Privatstiftung (Graz).
Recording of Fux's Concentus musico-instrumentalis by Neue Hofkapelle Graz under the direction of Lucia Froihofer and Michael Hell.
Fux-online offers comprehensive information on Johann Joseph Fux (ca. 1660–1741), the most important composer of the Austrian baroque. It provides texts about Fux and Fux research as well as additions to the scientific edition Johann Joseph Fux – Works. For chosen works, practical performance materials (parts) are made freely available at Fux-online. In addition, the website offers link-lists to digitized manuscripts, portraits and other editions.
The contents of this portal are constantly being expanded. A database with a catalogue of works is in progress, which will enable a quick search for work numbers and titles. Relevant information for performance practice – such as keys, instrumentation and editions – is also recorded. A Fux bibliography is also successively built up along with the database, which can be used as a reference list until the searchable database is published.
For further information, comments and questions, please contact us at info[at]fux-online.at