Musical hoax

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A musical hoax (also musical forgery and musical mystification) is a piece of music composed by an individual or group who intentionally misattribute it to someone else.[1]

Ascribed to historical figures[edit]

Ascribed to non-existent or purported historical individuals[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Dan Hill. "Musical Crimes: Forgery, Deceit, and Socio-Hermeneutics". Archived from the original on September 18, 2008. Retrieved February 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ Lebermann W. Apokryph, "Plagiat, Korruptel oder Falsifikat?" Musikforschung 20 (1967): 413–25.
  3. ^ Arthur Hutchings, "Personal View: 2. Du Côté de chez Zak", Musical Times 102, no. 1424 (October 1961): 623–24. Citation on p. 623.
  4. ^ Library of Congress Fritz Kreisler Collection
  5. ^ Rodney Slatford, "Review: Domenico Dragonetti in England (1794-1846): The Career of a Double Bass Virtuoso" Music & Letters 80, no. 2 (May 1999): 297–99
  6. ^ Andrew Porter, "Zak's 'Mobile'", The Musical Times 123, no. 1671 (May 1982): 319.
  7. ^ "INTERVISTA". 
  8. ^ "British Author Espies a Funerary Violin Vacuum and So Fills It". The New York Times. 4 October 2006.