- Johann Strauss II's Godmother Anna Köppel
- The Chess Master Karl Hamppe: A Short Biography
- At the Grave of Adolf Schwarz
- A Concert Report in the Diary of Carl Ludwig Costenoble
- The Death of Chess Master Julius Perlis
- The Will of Carl Ferdinand Pohl
- A Donizetti Discovery
- The Rediscovery of Carl Czerny's original Will
- Two Seals of Joseph Haydn
- An unknown Letter by Aloisia Lange
- A Seal of Franz Schubert?
This list is not complete. For obvious reasons some topics of research cannot be revealed in advance.
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