Originality and Influence: Charles Gröll’s Role in the Invention of the Double-action Harp

The linked article is an expanded version of the paper Robert Adelson read at the conference “The Early Pedal Harp as a Museum Artefact,” at the Deutches Museum, Munich on 29 November. Entitled "Originality and Influence: Charles Gröll’s Role in the Invention of the Double-action Harp," it will soon be published in its definitive version with illustrations in the Polish musicological quarterly Muzyka, Please cite as follows: Robert Adelson, "Originality and Influence: Charles Gröll’s Role in the Invention of the Double-action Harp," forthcoming in Muzyka, vol. 64, no. 1 (2019).


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Portrait of Charles Gröll in 1802. Detail from group portrait by Aleksander Orłowski. Photo: National Library of Poland, Warsaw.


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