Franz Körndle studied musicology, medieval history and arts history at Munich unversity since 1980, Dr.phil. (PhD) 1990, habilitation 1997. From 1985 he worked at the musicological institute of Munich university as an assistant teacher. Visiting representation professorships in Tübingen, Regensburg and Augsburg, followed by university teaching at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena in 2001. From 2010 university professor of musicology at Augsburg university, 2012-14 director of the Leopold-Mozart-Zentrum.
From 2007 co-proprietor of the Greifenberger Institute.
The range of his publications span from the middle ages to the 20th century, with a focus on music of the Renaissance and keyboard instruments. Of peculiar interest are organs no longer extant.
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