RILM abstract: "Consideration of musical venues is often neglected in research on historical performance practice. Many musical works are directly linked to a particular location. The characteristic features (type, size, Acoustics) of the room or building for which the music was written influenced the composer in the creation of his work. A number of venues have had a special place in the musical life of Vienna over the past four centuries. A list of principal Viennese musical buildings (theaters, opera houses, music rooms, concert halls) is included, along with the circumstances surrounding their construction, and the more important musical works--especially premieres--presented in them."
"Musical Venues in Vienna, Seventeenth Century to the Present,"
Performance Practice Review:
1, Article 8.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/ppr/vol8/iss1/8