Claudia Seidl, born 1990 in Freyung. Already in early youth organist of the home parish and graduated as C-church musician in 2008. Studied law and philosophy at the University of Passau and historical musicology at the University of Tübingen. Research assistant at the Institute of Musicology in Tübingen, intern in the Musicology Department at the German Historical Institute in Rome, trainee music editor from 2014, later editor at Carus-Verlag Stuttgart. Since 2018 freelance musicologist working especially in the field of editorial office as well as publishing critical editions of sheet music and as well as author of various program texts.Since September 2021 also research assistant at the Reger-Werkausgabe.


  • Die Vesperpsalmen von Benedict Anton Aufschnaiter [i. V. 2022].
  • Carl Loewes Oratorium Das Sühnopfer des neuen Bundes, in: Musica Sacra 2019, S. 260—262.
  • Justin Heinrich Knecht, in: Chorkomponisten in Württemberg. 20 Porträts aus fünf Jahrhunderten, ed. by Rainer Bayreuther andNikolai Ott, Esslingen 2019, S. 212—225.

Sheet Music

  • Antonín Dvořák: Requiem op. 89, ed. by Claudia Seidl [i. V. 2022].
  • Caspar Kummer: Trois Duos op. 69, für die Praxis ed. by Claudia Seidl, Ulm 2020.
  • Cécile Chaminade: Sérenade aux Ètoiles op. 142, für die Praxis ed. by Claudia Seidl, Ulm 2020.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Christus am Ölberg, ed. by Clemens Harasim, Revision eines historischen Klavierauszugs v. Claudia Seidl, Stuttgart 2019.
  • Carl Loewe: Das Sühnopfer des neuen Bundes, ed. by Claudia Seidl, Stuttgart 2018.
  • Justin Heinrich Knecht: Der Sechste Psalm Davids, ed. by Claudia Seidl, Stuttgart 2016.