Heinrich Schwab - Curriculum Vitae#


  • 1938: born at Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Germany)
  • 1957-1964: After high school he studied Musicology, German Studies, History, Philosophy and Education at the Universities of Mainz (1957), Kiel (1958 - 1960: at Anna Amalia Abert and Walter Wiora) and since 1961 in Saarbrücken (in Walter Salmen) and since 1963 as a fellow of the Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung
  • 1963/64: PhD with a thesis on "Sing-ability, popularity and art song" at the University of Saarbruecken at Walter Salmen, August and Herman Long Krings (summa cum laude and Faculty Award)
  • 1964/65:Head of the National Bibliography , the German hymn music history at the Archive in Kassel, Germany
  • 1966-1998: As the successor to Carl Dahlhaus, first officer, since 1972 as executive director of the state Department of Ethnography of the Musicology Department at the University of Kiel
  • 1972-1984:Project manager at the Sonderforschungsbereich 17 ( Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea Research ), Since 1976 the administrative function as a board member
  • 1973-1990:At the Music high school Lübeck in charge of education for secondary school music teachers in Schleswig-Holstein, since 1975 Member of the Scientific Examination Office
  • 1977:Habilitation in musicology at the University of Kiel
  • 1977-1978:Invitation as a representative of Jan Maegaard the semester at the Institute of Musicology at the University of Copenhagen
  • 1982:Appointment as Associate Professor at the University of Kiel
  • Spring 1989: Invitations to research at the Newcomb Department of Music and The Amistad Research Center at Tulane University in New Orleans
  • 1990:Invitation as a "gæsteforsker" at the State Music Academy in Oslo
  • 1997/98:Invitation to the Center for Advanced Study in Oslo
  • 1998:Appointment as professor of musicology at the University of Copenhagen.
  • since 1998:Member of Norske Videnskaps-Akademi in Oslo and the Kungl. Musikaliska academies in Stockholm
  • since 1999:Member of the Royal. Danske Selskab Videnskabernes in Copenhagen
  • since 2002: Together with Nils Holger Petersen, head of the Theological Faculty of Copenhagen University established the Center for the Study of the Cultural Heritage of Medieval Rituals (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond)
  • since 2005: Member of the Academia Europaea
  • 2008:Retirement, the commemorative ceremony with A due and awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany


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