On May 1, 1956, the Moravian Music Foundation was chartered in North Carolina as a nonprofit corporation.
Offices closed Jan. 15
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The Moravian Music Foundation (MMF) preserves, celebrates, and cultivates the musical life of the Moravians. Click here to explore the significance of Moravian music and MMF’s mission and work. Click here for Moravian Music 101.
(photo above, original music of the 26th NC Regimental Band from Salem)
Moravian Music Sunday
April 29, 2018
Musicians of Herrnhut
Ideas, examples, templates, and free music for your worship service, available HERE.
Wait Chapel &
Wake Forest University
The Foundation supports two performing/recording level choral ensembles:
Lehigh Valley, PA
MORAVIAN CHORAL ANTHEMS
MMF edits and publishes octavos of the latest Moravian choral editions (music from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries) in the Moravian Star Anthem Series
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Feb. 8 – Back to the Cherokee Nation; Stories from the Archives’ New Publication Records of the Moravians Among the Cherokees, volume 7; Richard Starbuck, Past Archivist, Moravian Archives of the Southern Province, speaker.
Crowdfunding for Cataloging!
MMF is converting its catalog of holdings to a digital online database, called GemeinKat!
Learn more by viewing the VIDEO at gofundme.com/moravianmusic
Moravian music collections, held by MMF, are being digitally cataloged. These records are being added to the WorldCat bibliographic catalog, which is a worldwide searchable database. The MMF online catalog (within WorldCat) is called GemeinKat.