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German music journal, founded and edited by Bartolf Senff in Leipzig in 1843, ceasing publication in 1941; from 1907 (when the journal was sold to Simrock) to 1919 it was based in Berlin and Leipzig, and from 1920 to 1941 in Berlin.

Its music critics included Louis Köhler (1844–86), Rudolf Schwartz (1887–97), Alfred Heuß (1902–05), and Ludwig Karpath (mid-1900s). Several clippings of reviews from the Signale are preserved in Schenker's scrapbook (OJ 2), all from the 1900s.

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