Jens Peter Larsen

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Jens Peter Larsen (14 June 1902 – 22 August 1988) was a Danish musicologist and Haydn scholar. In addition to serving as general editor of two major editions of Haydn's music, he researched and published important papers on the works of George Frideric Handel's music and on the stylistic authenticity of Baroque and Classical performances.[1]


  1. ^ Kozinn, Allen. "Jens Peter Larsen, 86, an Editor, Musicologist and Haydan Scholar". New York Times. Retrieved 12 November 2016.