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Rud. Ibach Sohn (Firm)

LC control no.n 2004143587
Corporate name headingRud. Ibach Sohn (Firm)
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Variant(s)Ibach (Firm)
Rudolph Ibach Sohn (Firm)
Found inSpeer, Florian. Ibach und die anderen, 2002: p. 5 (Rud. Ibach Sohn)
Grove music online WWW site, 11-18-04 (Ibach: German firm of piano and organ makers; founded 1794 in Beyenburg by Johannes Adolph Ibach; Ibach's sons, Carl Rudolph Ibach and Richard Ibach, joined the firm in 1834 and 1839 respectively; it subsequently became known as Adolph Ibach Söhne, Orgelbauanstalt und Pianofortefabrik [no publications in LC database]; Richard took over the organ building part of the firm in 1869, and Carl's son P.A. Rudolf Ibach was left to run the piano department as Rud. Ibach Sohn, the title under which the firm has continued)
Ibach WWW site, 11-18-04 (Rud. Ibach Sohn)
MGG, 2., neubearbeitete Ausg. (Ibach: Johann Adolf Ibach started the business in 1794; Carl Rudolf Ibach became a partner in 1833 (company name: Adolf Ibach & Sohn [no publications in LC database]); in 1839, he and his brother Richard Paul Ibach were sole partners (company name: Adolf Ibach Söhne [no publications in LC database]); their brother Gustav Adolf Ibach joined in 1844, but left in 1862 to set up his own piano factory; Carl Rudolf and Richard Ibach then led the family business under the name Gebrüder C. Rudolf und Richard Ibach [no publications in LC database]; in 1869, the firm was divided into Orgelbauanstalt Richard Ibach (dissolved after the death of Richard's son Paul in 1904) and Rud. Ibach Sohn)
LC database, 11-18-04 (hdg.: Rudolph Ibach Sohn (Firm))