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Het Stads-Muziek-Collegie te Utrecht (Collegium-Musicum-Ultrajectinum): Eene Bydrage tot de Geschiedenis der Toonkunst in Nederland (English: Urban Music College of Utrecht: A Contribution to the History of Musical Works in the Netherlands) was a Dutch book written by J. C. M. van Riemsdijk and published in 1881. Its subject was the role of the Stads-Muziek-Collegie of Utrecht in the history of music in the Netherlands.
Behind the scenes
- This prop, featured in the Hogwarts library scenes throughout the Harry Potter films, was based on actual 1881 edition of Het Stads-muziekcollegie te Utrecht (Collegium musicum ultrajectinum): Eene bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der toonkunst in Nederland, by Johan Cornelis Marius van Riemsdijk.
Notes and references
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Harry Potter Limited Edition - A Guide to the Graphic Arts Department: Posters, Prints, and Publications from the Harry Potter Films (see this image)
- ↑ Het Stads-muziekcollegie te Utrecht (Collegium musicum ultrajectinum): Eene bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der toonkunst in Nederland on Google Books